Follow Us So Joe Mafela has left us. He was 75. ‘Bra Joe’ as he was fondly known passed on in the last evening of Saturday, March 18, after the car he was traveliing in was heat by a bakkie from behind. As a South African-based international actor, songwriter, film producer, director, singer, and a […]
Follow Us The concept of a Family Business is one that is seriously underrated. But the truth is that, it is the most viable business venture that the ordinary folk on the street is likely to succeed in. Some people may nit know that Coke started […]
Follow Us President Buhari was in good spirits, joking with senior officials and journalists.But as his address went on the president appeared to ramble, referring to the importance of technology and education. He even urged Nigerians not to self-medicate.These comments will do little to […]
Follow Us Nigeria is experiencing the worst smog in years in Port Harcourt…
Follow Us The Federal Government has approved the sack of all the directors in the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) with immediate effect. All nine directors were dismissed by the Minister of State for Aviation, Senator Hadi Sirika. Those affected are: Alhaji Salawu Ozigi (Director of Finance and Accounts), Dr. Joyce Nkemakolam (Director of Aerodrome […]
Follow Us By Heaven Kalu AST STAFF REPORTER The New York Times, through a Freedom of Information Act request, has obtained documents containing detailed accounts of how slain Al Qaeda leader, Anwar al-Awlaki, mentored a Nigerian, Farouk Abdulmutallab, who tried to detonate a bomb hidden in his underpants, on a flight from Amsterdam in the […]
Follow Us High Chief Priest Dr. Ifagbenusola Atanda, from Osogbo, Nigeria, is in New York City to give workshops on the ancient Yoruba spiritual system of Ifá. The first workshop, “Finding your Guiding Spirit Through the African Spiritual System of Ifá,” is offered on Tuesday, February 21. Chief Priest Atanda will also conduct a two-part […]
Follow Us African countries are finally stepping up and protecting the democratic process without the help of the west. Senegal and Nigeria are powerhouses and will step up and keep Africa moving forward.