P-Square’s Peter Okoye first born Cameron turned 8 years old yesterday and a birthday party was thrown for him.
P-Square’s Peter Okoye first born Cameron turned 8 years old yesterday and a birthday party was thrown for
An excited Peter Okoye this morning shared this photo of his son, Cameron, holding up his certificate for achievement as the top scorer at his football academy. Congrats to Cameron.
“I’m so proud of my son for receiving a medal for Top scorer of his football academy @littletigersfc
IPOB, The Indigenous People of Biafra on Saturday announced the launching of ’Biafrexit’ as its campaign slogan. Spokespersons of the group, Barrister Emma Nmezu and Dr. Clifford Chukwuemeka Iroanya, who announced this in a statement accused British Prime Minister, David Cameron of exhibiting hypocritical attitude towards the Biafran course.
The statement was entitled: “THERE MUST BE ‘BIAFREXIT’ IN LINE WITH THE JUST CONCLUDED ‘BREXIT’”.
It read: “The British Government, which is the closest ally of the Nigerian Government must, as a mark of […]
President Buhari says the British Prime Minister, David Cameron was being honest when he said Nigeria was a fantastically corrupt country. President Buhari said this in an interview with CNN’s Christine Amanpour
“I think he is being honest about it. He is talking about what he knows about the two of us, Afghanistan and Nigeria and by what we are doing in Nigeria by the day. I don’t think you can fault him. I hope he did not address the press.
David Cameron, British Prime Minister on Wednesday attempted to reverse his unguarded remark about Nigeria and Afghanistan, two countries which on Tuesday, he, described as “fantastically corrupt”, when he was briefing Queen Elizabeth II on the ongoing anti-corruption summit being hosted by the United Kingdom.
While briefing Members of Parliament (MP) in the House of Commons Wednesday, the British PM said Nigeria and Afghanistan had taken “remarkable steps forward” on corruption, reported the BBC.
The PM said the countries’ leaders were “battling […]
It was gathered that President Goodluck Jonathan on Friday congratulated Prime Minister David Cameron and the Conservative Party of Great Britain on their victory in the country’s general elections.
The congratulatory message was contained in a statement made available to journalists in Abuja by the President’s Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Dr. Reuben Abati.
Jonathan assured Cameron and the Conservative Party of the best wishes of the government and people of Nigeria as they prepare to form a new British Government […]
Report gathered that,GLOBAL leaders and organisations have congratulated Nigerians, especially the President-elect, Maj.Gen. Muhammadu Buhari(retd.), President Goodluck Jonathan and the Chairman, Independent National Electoral Commission Chairman, Prof. Attahiru Jega, for the successful conduct of Saturday’s presidential and National Assembly polls.
They said in separate statements on Wednesday that the orderly conduct of Nigerians during the elections and the acceptance of defeat by Jonathan were remarkable.
The leaders and organisations are the United States President Barack Obama; the United Kingdom Prime Minister, David […]