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A good season for Basketmouth

Top Nigerian Basketmouth who recently had a sold- out concert in Port Harcourt, Aberdeen, Manchester, London, Johannesburg , Ghana, Lagos and recently Atlanta, has landed another. Comedy Central has selected Basketmouth and John Vlismas to represent Africa at The biggest ...

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Diana King paints Lagos red

As mobile network MTN winds down to the launch of the it’s Music + app, legendary reggae-fusion” singer-songwriter, best known for her 90s hit jam, “Shy Guy”, Diana King, who arrived the country on Sunday ahead of the event as ...

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Kefee to be buried today

Over the week, burial arrangements for late Pop-Gospel singer, Irikefe Obareki Don-Momoh have was announced on behalf of the family, by the Kefee Memorial Committee (a coalition of Kefee’s family & friends in the Gospel Music & Entertainment Industry). The ...

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15 years after Shata

Wednesday, June 18 marked the 15th anniversary of the death of Alhaji Mamman Shata Katsina, Hausa land’s foremost musician. It is an apt time to remember the man who was said to have sung “for everything” – man, nature, machine ...

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Shuku shuku or coconut balls

Shuku Shuku is a great Nigerian delicacy that doubles as a dessert and a snack. If you have ever tasted coconut and bread (chewed together), that’s what Shuku Shuku tastes like. It is the perfect way to recycle the chaff ...

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6 styling tips for short women

If you are a short woman, then you have some advantages in the fashion world. Sometimes it can be difficult for a tall woman to find clothing, especially the fashionable clothes for the season. You can just add some length ...

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My life and folk tales, by Bukar Usman

. Bukar Usman, OON, President of the Nigerian Folklore Society (NFS), was born in Biu, Borno state.  A philanthropist, public policy analyst and culture-enthusiast, he has written 20 books on different subjects barely seven years after his foray into the ...

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Ugly truth behind Mandela’s final days

Sensational new details have emerged about vicious squabbles during former President Nelson Mandela’s last months alive In “Good Morning, Mr Mandela” – Zelda la Grange’s highly anticipated memoir, which is to be released this week – the late statesman’s personal ...

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Prehistoric animals

The world is full of all sorts of animals. Dogs, birds, snakes, frogs, whales, and ants are just a few kinds of animals alive today. But the animals we have today did not always exist. They developed from other animals ...

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U.N. Charter is signed

In the Herbst Theater auditorium in San Francisco, delegates from 50 nations sign the United Nations Charter, establishing the world body as a means of saving “succeeding generations from the scourge of war.” The Charter was ratified on October 24, ...

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Who is Tuface referring to?

That is the big question many have been asking since the musician a controversial tweet this week on twitter. Tuface posted on his twitter page “No Be Prick we Come Measure For hear o! So No Dey Involve Me for ...

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15 years after Shata

Here are some twenty things you knew – or didn’t know – about Hausa land’s leading folk singer By Ibrahim Sheme Wednesday, June 18 marked the 15th anniversary of the death of Alhaji Mamman Shata Katsina, Hausa land’s foremost musician. ...

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Laughter is serious business!

Laughing is no laughing matter. If you want to be healthy; if you want to be positively connected to others; if you want to be happy, you gotta laugh, laugh, laugh. Why? Because: • Laughing is an antidote to depression, ...

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9 type of men to stay away from!

If you’re a woman looking for a committed relationship and you’re currently dating, there is an unfortunate group of men who are not worth your time. You can’t change them or fix them, and you absolutely shouldn’t be pursuing a ...

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Rising hope for promoting domestic tourism

Ibrahim Ramalan writes on the renewed effort by the NTDC to promote demestic tourism in Nigeria The director general, Nigeria Tourism Development Corporation, Mrs. Sally Mbanefo has upped the hope of many Nigerians when she highlighted some of great potentials ...

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