Interview

Most Nollywood Actors Can’t Speak English-Wale Adebayo

Ace actor, producer and Film maker, Wale Adebayo is famous for his lead role as Sango in the epic movie “Sango, The Legendary African King”. Also known as “Corper Francis” because of his role in Wale Adenuga’s Super Story, Adebayo is a law graduate from Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife. In this interview with our Correspondent, FRANCIS OGBONNA, he speaks ...

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Ladies Made Me Hot –Flavour

Chinedu Okoli popularly known as Flavour Nabania is our guest for the Special interview this week, the sensational award winning artiste and Baby Oku crooner explains why his music is essentially for ladies and how it is capable of winning a Grammy award. He spoke with our editor DESMOND EKWUEME…Excerpts  Why do you shoot almost all your videos in South ...

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Running An Orphanage Is A Spiritual Call –Dele George

 We met with the proprietor of Little Saints Orphanage and president, Association of Orphanage Owners in Nigeria (ASSOON), Rev. Mrs. Dele George. She throws more light on these issues and tells us more about orphanages in Nigeria, their association ASSOON and more. Exerpts… What motivated you to establish an orphanage? I am a minister of the gospel of our Lord ...

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I Am Back To Rule-Adaz

Adabamu Abel, popularly known as “Adaz” had to leave the music scene for about 3 years due to contractual issues he had with his then record label, an action that he regrets. However, in a bid to make his way back, Adaz sprang into action, releasing some singles and videos to go with, which made it look like he never ...

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I Discuss Sex Only With My Husband –Mercy Johnson Okogie

Screen diva and A-class actress, Mercy Johnson is our guest this week. After months of hunting for her, our editor DESMOND EKWUEME was lucky to pin her down as she speaks on several issues that makes this interview a must-read…Excerpt…Enjoy MOTIVATION I must confess that God has been faithful to me and my family has strongly been behind me. Each ...

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We Can Replace Knee Cap-Dr. Olurotimi Odunubi, CMD, Igbobi

Dr. Olurotimi Odunubi is the Chief Medical Director (CMD), National Orthopedic Hospital Igbobi, Lagos How long have you been in the medical practice sir? I have been in the medical practice for about 34 years now. For exactly how long have you been the chief medical director of this hospital? I have been in this office for a year and ...

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I’m Free And Ready To Mingle-Queen Ure

Ure Okezie popularly referred to as “Queen Ure” is a woman of many parts. As a banker, she plied her trade with some of Nigeria’s A-list new generation banks for over a decade before her foray into the Christian ministry as a Pastor, while also involved in Personal and Life coaching activities. In this interview with our correspondents, STEVEN AYA ...

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My Reason For Being Alive-Orits Wiliki

Veteran Reggae Artist; Songwriter and Producer, Orits Wiliki is a self acclaimed Koleman revolutionaire. He stormed the industry in the mid-80s with his album “Tribulation” and has gone on and on churning out amazing reggae sound tracks, using his unique style of playing the talking drum with his songs. In this interview with our correspondent, FRANCIS OGBONNA, he shares about ...

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Boko Haram is not in Lagos –Ngozi Braides

Police Public Relations Officer, Lagos Command, Ngozi Briades spoke to our correspondent STEPHEN AYA. In the interview she reveals that at the moment Lagos is one of the safest cities in the country, that lack of information from the public is the major bane of crime fighting in the state and how the notorious criminal Godogodo was nabbed late last ...

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UNILAG Carnival

What started as an ordinary course practical a few years ago has become a popular event in the University of Lagos (UNILAG).   The visionary of the festival and lecturer of the course, Dr. Onikaba Cornelius speaks on the need to study Afri-Carribean Theatre Laboratory, the connection between Caribbean countries and Africa and the need to maintain and celebrate the cultural ...

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