Cleaning of Ogoniland begins soon:

President Muhammadu Buhari has assured the people of Niger Delta that his administration would commence the clean up of oil spill in the region in three weeks time.

Vanguard reports that the special adviser to the president on Niger Delta and coordinator of the presidential amnesty programme, Brig- General Paul Boroh (retd), made the disclosure on March 24 in Enugu state. Speaking at the commissioning of the skills acquisition and training in automobile technology and manufacturing of plastics by about 200 former Niger Delta militants under the sustainable reintegration programme in the presidential amnesty initiative, he said the clean up will start from Ogoniland. Continue reading

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The Deadly Disease Most Women Ignore

Rosie O’Donnell says it’s a “miracle” that she survived, after ignoring heart-attack warning signs because she didn’t recognize her danger. When the former talk-show host, 50, developed soreness and aching in her chest and arms after helping “an enormous woman” out of a car, she chalked it up to muscle strain. Continue reading

Brazil Trip “I can work from anywhere!” – Jonathan

Following the heavy criticism that followed his decision to travel to Brazil despite the current crisis in Kaduna and Yobe state, president Goodluck Jonathan had on Wednesday reacted to people’s different opinions on the matter, stating that he can work from anywhere in the world, considering that it was equally important for him to have embarked on the trip which he said was of great national importance. Continue reading

MBGN 2012 will not represent Nigeria in Miss World Beauty Pageant, 1st runner up will take her place.

The management of Silverbird, organisers of the annual Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria and Africa’s longest running beauty pageant will be sending MBGN First Runner up, Miss DIAMETTE CHARLES GRANVILLE, to represent the country at the Miss World pageant holding in Mongolia, China in August. Continue reading