Friday 1 September 2017
Posted by Editor. at 20:13
Barely two months after popular TV game show, Who wants to be a Millionaire, went off air, it is expected to begin airing again across major TV stations on Sunday.
Following a partnership with Airopay, which is a global international payments operator, the show’s producer, Ultima Studios Limited, said the show has been revamped.
There is now a timely succor for the apathy and lack of interest in one of Nigeria's, albeit Africa's most spoken native languages, the Yoruba Language. It is obvious that among the younger generation and those who have never had the opportunity to learn the language the knowledge and depth for proper use of Yoruba diction has not been a proud tale, the Yoruba People can recount.
@ibwellstm, who is a fitness enthusiast and a tattoo lover, shared a photo of his back with the new tattoo and explained why he got it.
Connie Serbu, a mother of two, called police herself after the attack, and told them she had confronted her victim, 18-year-old Xavier Sierra, about the rape of her daughter, who was six-years-old at the time, and then shot him dead.
The ugly incident however led to protest by okada operators in the town, as many of them took to the streets to protest the killing of their colleagues.
SARO The Musical showcased in the United Kingdom at the Shaw Theatre London from Thursday 24th to Tuesday 29th August.
SARO is a musical stage play by Bolanle Austin Peters, legendary producer & director of critically acclaimed WAKAA. SARO The Musical was well accepted.
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