Showing posts from October, 2017

Nff approve the appointment of foreign coach for super falcons

. . The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) is set to announce the appointment of a foreign technical adviser for the country's senior women's football team, Super Falcons. . This was made known via a press release statement after the NFF held an Executive Committee meeting at the Plateau State Governor's Lodge on Wednesday, October 18. . During the meeting, the football body approved the appointment of Randy Waldrum of USA as the Head Coach of the Super Falcons, following the recommendation of its Technical Development Committee. . Waldrum, a 61-year-old former midfielder is no stranger to the women's game, having taking charge of several female football teams in his coaching career. . He has coached the University of Tulsa, Baylor University, University of Notre Dame in the U.S; Trinidad and Tobago women's national team and Houston Dash in the National Women's Soccer League. . He will succeed interim coach Florence Omagbemi who guided the Falcons to an unprece…

Duncan Mighty dedicates his second child in church

Nigerian singer Duncan Mighty , popularly known as portharcourt first son and his lovel wife, Vivien held the dedication of their second child the weekend.
The couple who was already blessed with a son, welcomed their daughter, christened Michelle date back in June.


People Often ask me"Buchi why did you choose raggae,why not other genre of music?" Buchi
The truth is, i so love the reggae vibes; i could try describing it. At first, i also wondered where it came from, until 1980 when it dawned on me that its innate i.e inborn. Something about its sound totally agrees with my spirit; i didn't know anything could be sweeter till i met Jesus. But really, you can't compare my love for the sound with my love for Jesus. This is because the latter is an embodiment of everything sweet 'n' nice; reggae inclusive. See that? In 1992, i moved from reggae night club to the church, i gave up everything including reggae music...nothing to live for but Christ. Can you imagine the joy when i found reggae again in HIM (Christ)? Religion didn't give me a chance to enjoy the reggae sound in church but the teaching of the truth; the gospel, did. That's one of the reasons i owe Pastor Chris Oyakhilome a debt of gratitude. …


Still basking in the euphoria of the success of her latest single tittled  'MAMA'. Award winning Nigerian Female R&B music sensational, Fortune Okwuenyia has made her acting  in a yet to to be named series.  In a widely read post on her wall she said, "Am so excited to be part of a series. It was fun working with the crew and the director makes me understand that there is a lot in me. It was a wonderful experience. Watch Out for it".
Her Numerous fans are eagerly waiting to watch her excel in her new found love


In recent times, there have been an upsurge of beauty pageants on the Nigerian soil. Some of them well commended, while many others controversial and criticised . But a contact with Charity ogwutum changed all that, she is not just a beauty to behold but a beauty with brain. Read this thought provoking interview Eric Olusesan had with her.
Your background?
 I was born and bred in Port Harcourt, into a royal home of Chief (Apostle) John Ogwutum in Rumuezolu kingdom, Rumuomasi. I am in my mid-twenties. I had my primary education and secondary education at Community Primary School, Rumuomasi, Port Harcourt and Jumat Secondary School, Port Harcourt respectively. Thereafter I proceeded to Rivers State University of Science and Technology where I bagged a B.Sc in Business Education – Accounting. My growing up was fun being loved by my parents and siblings. They provided me with almost everything I wanted and made sure that I was comfortable in school. I was so attached to my…