Menswear label, Pappaz Attirez, unveils its capsule range of ethnic inspired Nigerian menswear garments tagged, ‘ Ijinle ’.
Well apart from the clear lack in colour blocking skills and bordering between the lines of it’s not a new design, we’ve kind of seen it alot and oh what’s that material (pink and ash kaftan)? It is pleasing to see a Nigerian menswear label with lookbook pieces that are very wearable/commercial and show moderate finishing. Continue reading
Nigerian born Director/Producer Awal Abdulfatai bagged completed the ‘Descent’ movie in July 2016 and it has already received its first recognition award at the Special Movie Awards (SMA) in the Republic of Gambia.
The film ‘Descent’ is a Pan African production which featured stars from Nigeria, South Africa, Ghana, Angola and Liberia. It starred legendary actors like Zack Orji, Matt Stern, Palesa Madisakwane, JT Medupe, Tayo Faniran, Benedikt Sebastian and host of others. Continue reading
Super Eagles Captain, John Mikel Obi has disclosed that he put his own money to cater for the Dream Team VI in the just concluded Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
He made this known in an interview with Goal.com recently Continue reading
FROM LEFT: FORMER PRESIDENT OLUSEGUN OBASANJO; MANAGING DIRECTOR, NIPCO PLC,
VENKATARAMAN VENKATAPATHY, AND PROJECT MANAGER, NIPCO PLC, RAJESH PRABHU, DURING THE INSPECTION OF VEHICLES USING COMPRESSED NATURAL GAS/LIQUEFIED PETROLEUM GAS AN INITIATIVE OF GREEN GAS LTD IN OGUN ON SUNDAY(12/6/16). 4201/12/6/2016/WAS/HB/NAN/
A former President, Olusegun Obasanjo, on Sunday urged the Federal Government to promote the use of Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) and Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) in the country.
Obasanjo made the plea during a courtesy visit by the management of NIPCO Plc to Obasanjo Hilltop Estate in Abeokuta, on the need by the the Federal Government to promote use of CNG as a vehicular fuel. Continue reading
Human rights lawyer, Femi Falana, has condemned the recent removal of oil subsidy by the Federal government which has caused the pump price of petrol to jump to N145 per liter. According to Falana, Buhari has reneged on his campaign promise of not increasing pump price. Falana said this in a statement he release yesterday May 12th. Read the statement below: Continue reading