- 23rd May, 2013 15:37“Violent And Extreme Sickening Acts Of Terror Cannot Divide Us”, British PM Says
- 22nd May, 2013 5:032 Arik Air Hostesses Nabbed For Drugs In London!
- 21st May, 2013 21:28“Release Detained Boko Haram Suspects”, Jonathan Orders!
- 21st May, 2013 15:37Senate Backs Jonathan On State Of Emergency!
- 21st May, 2013 13:53America Blames Nigerian Govt Officials For Boko Haram Insurgency!
- “Tourism And Rural Development In Ogun: A Call For Rescue”- Wale Odunsi
- “Tourism And Rural Development In Ogun: A Cal…Posted 9 hours ago
Ogun State is regarded as a leading municipality in the country. This is in recognition of its pioneering role in education, medicine, law, divinity among others. On the other hand,…
- “Violent And Extreme Sickening Acts Of Terror Cannot Divide Us”, British PM Says
- “Violent And Extreme Sickening Acts Of Terror…Posted 10 hours ago
British Prime Minister David Cameron after chairing the second Cobra Response Committee meeting said on Thursday that there was no justification for the attack carried out by the sickened individuals…
- EFCC Arraigns Fake Policeman For Forgery!
- EFCC Arraigns Fake Policeman For Forgery!Posted 2 days ago
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, on Monday, arraigned Damola Orimogunje before Justice Adeniyi Onigbanjo of Lagos High Court, Ikeja on a 16-count charge bordering on forgery and possession…
- 2 Arik Air Hostesses Nabbed For Drugs In London!
- 2 Arik Air Hostesses Nabbed For Drugs In Lond…Posted 2 days ago
The management of Arik Air on Tuesday admitted that two of its staff were arrested at the Heathrow Airport in London, England for suspected drug trafficking.
The issue was first conformed…
By NewsAdmin on April 22, 2013
Many Nigerians who tuned their radio sets to the Federal Radio Corporation on Sunday, April 22, 1990 for the morning news were shocked to hear martial music, an indication that there had been a military coup. In place of the FRCN Network News, what came was a speech read by Major Gideon Gwaza Orkar. Orkar [...]
By NewsAdmin on April 19, 2013
The mortal body of Tribune Publisher, Chief Oluwole Bolade Akanni Awolowo was on Friday interred in his hometown, Ikenne in Ogun State. He was buried at the St. Saviour’s Anglican Church cemetry after a funeral service which was well attended by people from all walks of life. While stressing that the deceased lived a fulfilled [...]
By NewsAdmin on April 5, 2013
One of the most important foundations of any civilization is history. If we do not know our own history, who we are, who and what our forefathers were and where we came from then we are truly lost. In the film production of J. R. Tolkien’s famous book titled ”Lord Of The Rings” one of the most compelling yet [...]
By NewsAdmin on March 19, 2013
One of the intentions that preceded the creation of the Federal Capital Territory was that the new city would be fashioned out in a way that problems would not arise about city planning in the future. In the master plan, provisions were made for “green development” in order to boost environmental conservation and add to [...]
By NewsAdmin on March 18, 2013
Street Journal has gathered that the second marriage of Aisha, first daughter of Nigeria’s former military President, General Ibrahim Babangida has hit the rocks. Aisha who was married to Alhaji Aliyu Shinkafi, the former Governor of Zamfara State had earlier been married to Basheer Nalado Garba, a nephew to the late Head of State, General [...]
By NewsAdmin on February 12, 2013
February 13, 1976 was a black Friday that Nigerians were jolted by the news of the death of General Murtala Ramat Mohammed, Nigeria’s then Head of State and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces. He was killed along with his Aide de Camp, Lt Akintunde Akinshehinwa on his way to work . Col Ibrahim Taiwo, the [...]
By NewsAdmin on February 9, 2013
. To Focus On 5 Major Areas Determined to give back to the society in ameliorating the problems facing many African countries, former President Olusegun Obasanjo has launched another international charity organisation in London known as Olusegun Obasanjo Foundation on Friday 8th February,2013. President Obasanjo who dressed in a white Agbada with a black shoe stated his [...]
By NewsAdmin on January 25, 2013
The ongoing trial of the former Chairman of the Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP) Prince Vincent Ogbulafor and one Emeka Ebila who were accused of defrauding the Federal Government of N 107 million with the use of fake documents, was on Friday stalled due to the bereavement of one of the defence counsels, Dr Awa Kalu. [...]
By NewsAdmin on December 27, 2012
The Abeokuta home of Nigeria’s former President, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo caught fire on Thursday afternoon. Though the extent of the damage at the multi-million Naira Hilltop mansion, as the house located opposite the famous NNPC entrance is often referred t
By NewsAdmin on December 13, 2012
The lingering debate on whether it is right for a “man of God” to own a private jet has opened the eyes of many Nigerians to the fact that religious institutions have since metamorphosed into business centres. Many fans who describe the legendary Fela Anikulapo Kuti as prophet have seen sense in the lyrics of [...]
By NewsAdmin on November 30, 2012
The last will of the late Ikemba Nnewi, Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu was on Friday presented to members of his family by the Chief Registrar of the Enugu High Court, Mr Dennis Ekoh. Those who witnessed the presentation included the deceased’s widow, Bianca, his first cousin, Val Nwosu, and Mr Mike Ejemba. In the
By NewsAdmin on November 8, 2012
The use of the social media has obviously gone beyond just ordinary the mere interaction between individuals. For the business and politically minded, it has become a tool to reach wider audiences. Many follower of the American President, Barack Obama started celebrating his re-election when a picture of the President hugging his wife
By NewsAdmin on October 22, 2012
The Federal Government on Monday announced Thursday 25th and Friday 26th October as public holidays to mark the 2012 Eid El-Kabir celebrations.
By NewsAdmin on October 6, 2012
The Report That Indicted Him! The Petroleum Trust Fund was inaugurated by the Abacha administration in March 1995 and General Muhammadu Buhari was appointed to head the Fund which was formed sequel to the increase in the pump price of petrol to N 11 from N 3.25. The then Head of State, Gen Abacha had [...]
By NewsAdmin on October 4, 2012
Justice Adeniyi Adebajo of the Lagos High Court is in the midst of a brewing controversy as his 87-year-old mother has accused him of assault and threat to life. In a petition to the police and the National Judicial Council, the judge’s mother, Irene Adebajo begged to be saved from her son whom she accused [...]
By NewsAdmin on September 28, 2012
The Secretary General of Nigeria’s leading Islamic body, the Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs, Dr Lateef Adegbite is dead. 79-year-old Adegbite passed away in Lagos, on Friday evening and his demise was officially announced by the Governor
By NewsAdmin on August 26, 2012
Getting to Idi Ape Baptist Church, Ejigbo on Saturday, August 25, 2012 posed no problem, even for first time visitors. The Church which was established in the town in 1892 is one of the oldest in Ejigbo. As this reporter drove into the ancient town and asked for directions, he was told to “just drive [...]
By NewsAdmin on August 4, 2012
Over the past one year of the Goodluck Jonathan administration, a number of women have shot into prominence, most of them because of the positions they occupy. Incidentally, some of the women have found themselves at the end of sharp criticisms from the populace especially in view of their past actions over which aspersions have [...]
By NewsAdmin on July 25, 2012
Unknown to most Nigerians, the First Lady, Dame Patience Jonathan is locked in a messy legal battle with her predecessor, Hajiya Turai Yar’Adua over a parcel of land in Abuja. Street Journal gathered that the Certificate of Occupancy of the disputed land, Plot 1347 at the Cadastral Zone A00, Abuja was awarded to a Non-Governmental [...]
By NewsAdmin on June 9, 2012
It has become an agreed fact that the only other business bigger than running a church in Nigeria is politics. No thanks to the intoxicating effects religion has on Nigerians which have gone a long way to prove that Karl Marx was not mistaken when he defined religion as “the sigh of the oppressed creature, [...]
By NewsAdmin on June 2, 2012
Some days ago, Lagos State Commissioner for the Waterfront Infrastructure Development, Prince Adesegun Oniru stated that those being called prostitutes at Kuramo Beach might be tourists. The Honourable Commissioner also volunteered to visit the place and clear it up if he gets any evidence of either a market or brothel sited there. Street Journal’s findings [...]
By NewsAdmin on April 22, 2012
In the 1970s, when Afrobeat maestro, Fela Anikulapo Kuti sang, “VIP: Vagabonds In Power”, many Nigerians though their country had seen the worst and that corruption had attained its height with the misdeeds of some of the nation’s power brokers. But more than three decades after Fela sang the song, it has become obvious that [...]