Wednesday, 11 December 2013
Fred Amata, Dr Sid, Daniel Amokachi in Celebrity Soccer For Zero Stigma Against people living with HIV
In a football event commemorating the World AIDS Day and tagged, Play to Zero, several celebritiess showed their colors for charity. Kitted up in red jerseys, Fred Amata, Dr. Sid, Sound Sultan, Wale Rubber, Celestine Babayaro, Daniel Amokachi and many others played for the goal on ending stigma aganst People Living With HIV/AIDS. Good one...
Isabella, 2face's daughter with Annie Idibia was 5 yesterday and having very social parents and family friends, she received lots of shout outs on Twitter and Instagram wishing her a happy day. 2face posted this picture of them in matching tracksuits and said, "Yayyyyyÿ! Ma baby is 5 2day o.
We have noted the publication on several websites today of a letter recently written by Chief Olusegun Obasanjo to President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan.
The Presidency acknowledges that it has indeed received the said letter from Chief Obasanjo.
We however find it highly unbecoming, mischievous and provocative that a letter written by a former Head of State and respected elder statesman to President Jonathan has been deliberately leaked to the mass media in a deplorable effort to impugn the integrity of the President and denigrate his commitment to giving Nigeria the best possible leadership.
While many patriotic, objective and well-meaning Nigerians have already condemned the leaked letter as self-serving, hypocritical, malicious, indecent, and very disrespectful of the highest office in the land, President Jonathan has directed that none of his aides or any government official should join issues with Chief Obasanjo over it.
The President himself will, at the appropriate time, offer a full personal response to the most reckless, baseless, unjustifiable and indecorous charges levied against him and his administration by the former Head of State.
Special Adviser to the President
(Media & Publicity)
December 11, 2013
The body of late anti-apartheid revolutionary Nelson Mandela this morning arrived at South African government Union Building, Pretoria, where it will lie in state for three days.
If this bill, which has the support of majority of the House and the president of the country, is passed, Uruguay will be the first country to legalize a trade that is illegal everywhere else in the world.
After the trade is made legal, Uruguay will then draft regulations imposing state control over the cultivation and distribution of marijuana. Anyone who wants to go into the business would have to be licensed and registered, with government monitors keeping tabs to enforce limits, such as the 40 grams a month that any adult will be able to buy at pharmacies for any reason.