Nancy Reagan, wife of former President Ronald Reagan, and former actress who was fiercely protective of her husband through a Hollywood career, eight years in the White House, an assassination attempt and his Alzheimer's disease, died today at age 94.
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Minister of state for Labor and Employment, James Ocholi, died in a fatal motor accident along the Kaduna-Abuja express road this afternoon. He died along with his son while his wife who was in his car is currently lying in a critical condition in a hospital
We will not Tolerate Nigeria- IPOB warns Buhari
Following President Muhammadu Buhari’s assertion on Al Jazeera that Nigeria would not tolerate the activities of pro-Biafra agitators, the Indigenous People of Biafra, has issued a responses, stating that Biafra would also not tolerate Nigeria.
Buhari confirms that Nigeria has joined the Islamic Coalition against Terrorism
President Buhari during his recent interview with Al Jazeerah, said Nigeria has joined the Islamic Coalition against terrorism being championed by Saudi Arabia. “We are part of it because we’ve got terrorists in Nigeria that everybody knows which claim that they are Islamic. So, if there’s an Islamic coalition to fight terrorism, Nigeria will be part of it because we are casualties of Islamic terrorism,” he said When asked whether Nigeria joined the coalition during his meeting with King Salman Bin Abdul-Aziz of Saudi Arabia recently, Buhari said “yes.”
The Grand Finale of Down Town Abbey
Downton Abbey ended its six-season soapy gallop at its stateliest, and with its many loose ends tied up as neatly as a child’s shoelaces on their first day of school.
It was also a victory lap: the good ended well, the bad ended repentant or outclassed, and Dame Maggie Smith had not only a final arsenal of zingers, but even the last spoken line—its wry ambivalence of time and change perhaps speaking volumes for the show’s creator and sole writer, Julian Fellowes. Change—the chief theme of the show; familial, social, historical—was everywhere: characters and time itself were, as the show had emphasized from its first moment as its primary preoccupation, moving on.
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It was an emotional moment on Saturday, March 5, 2016 at the fourth edition of the Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards, when Nollywood veteran Bukky Ajayi received her "Industry Merit Award." A standing ovation greeted the announcement of the 82-year-old actress who was wheeled to the stage to receive her award.