Kano State sponsors mass wedding; 1,520 couples tie the knot together The Kano State Government has spent over N200 million in a mass wedding. This wedding happened on Sunday, 26th of February 2017, and it involved 1,520 couples. The Kano state government established this mass wedding scheme to help the less privileged. So far, it
Hello guys. It’s a beautiful day today; last weekend was beautiful too. In fact, so much exciting football happened during the weekend that I can’t say them all for fear of bursting into song. However, it is my pleasure to bring to you some of the exciting things that happened during the weekend. Let’s get
You would remember how Arsenal began the week with a hard-fought 2-0 victory over Sutton United. On Sunday before that, Lincoln City FC defeated Burnley and qualified for the fifth round of the FA Cup. That’s just a quick glimpse of how the lower levels of English football are bringing the game to their seniors.
Fufu is gradually killing Africans, says pastor Guys, fufu is gradually killing Africans. Wait, that doesn’t sound right. How can fufu be killing Africans? Please ask Pastor Mensah Otabil, founder of the International Central Gospel Church in Ghana. According to the pastor, the process of preparing fufu is too difficult and unhygienic. Furthermore, while pounding
The first leg of the Champions League Round of 16 has ended. There have been awesome games; we have watched great goals. Well, last night’s games weren’t the goal-filled games we expected, but you get the idea; the whole first leg was exciting. Remember the first two games? Benefica surprised group stage hot-shots Borussia Dortmund.
Do not eat Indian Garri, says NAFDAC Have you heard about the so-called Indian garri? The stuff is produced was produced in Ghana and packaged in the UK. Well, the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) has urged Nigerians not to consume this product. Well, it’s not clear whether NAFDAC needed