Showing posts from September, 2018

Gallant D"Tigress bows to USA

Gallant D'Tigress lost to USA
 71-40 in the quarter final of the 2018 FIBA World Cup in Spain.

They have defied the odds by qualifying for quarter final and been the first African team to win three matches back to back.
The journey was cut short, but thankful for the opportunity. We did not just participate, we made statement.

First African team in FIBA Basketball World Cup to win three consecutive matches. First African team in history to reach the quarter finals and more..

We made it.

Thanks to our beloved coaches Otis Hughley, Peter Ahmedu, Shola Shomola and the technical crew and staffs.

Let's continue to continue.

Fom we celebrate your gallantry.

D'Tigress qualifies for Quarter Final

Significant day!!!!

It was a sigificant day as D'Tigress became the first African team to get to the quarter final of the world cup and a perfect  succour for Head Coach, Otis Hughley whose family was involved in an auto accident less than 24 hours to the game.

What a sweet victory.

Final Score

Nigeria 57
Greece 56

Keep on  moving D' Tigress

D' Tigress make History

DTigress make history again as Nigeria becomes the first African country to win two games at the Group stage of the Women’s World Cup.

They defeated Argentina 75-70 to advance to the next round of the Federation of International Basketball Association, Women's World Cup.
Well done girls!! All the best!! love you all.

Anthony Joshua knocks out povetkin in round 7

Anthony Joshua successful defended his world tittles as he knocked out his challenger Alexander povetkin.

The fight saw Alexander Povetkin give Anthony Joshua an early scare  with a cut in the nose in the second round but Anthony Joshua dug deep and bounced back to get a Knock out povetkin in Round 7.

Congrats, the King of Boxing!


Esther Une is the CEO of STY-FASHION WORLD. In this interview with, she reveals her love for millinery.

What do you love most about Millinery?
I Love Millinery because it add beauty to a woman.
How did you get into Millinery?
I got into millinery because i Love fashion and designs.

How you would describe your designs?
My designs are Exceptional, not a regular designs in the market.

What inspires you?

Fashion , beauty , hard work and commitment in Whatever you are doing inspires me.

What is your ideal customer?
My ideal customers are those who want to make the world of fashion a better place.

What's your best millinery tip?
My best millinery tips are creating of designs.

What's your favourite material to work with?

My favourite materials are fine and colourful materials.
If you had to make your last hat what would it be?
No last in my dictionary, all my hats must be unique.
Famous Word to live by?

Don't let your background  put yourr back on…

Celebrating Ada on her birthday

Celebrating a great woman of God that inspires excellence,   awesomeness, class through her songs. wish  Ada today September 18, we wish you a blessed year ahead filled with supernatural blessings and far reaching influence beyond human comprehension,
doing what only he can do Keep rising Keep shining Keep ministering, we love you!

Linda ikeji welcomes son

Linda Ikeji welcomes Son, baby J. Congratulations from

Passion for Arts inspires me- Kelly Jossi Ede

Nollywood actress and producer Kelly Jossi Ede  in this interview reveals her how far she is gone in her Acting Career.

How it all began? 

I started acting during my secondary school days. Then I was able to feature in "ripples" the then soap opera by Zeb Ejiro, alongside Franca Aernan & late Mohammed danjuma in 1993.

What inspires you?
 Passion...for the arts is what inspires me. Be it stage performance or screen. That I can make people happy with what I do is a driving force
What's the unique selling point of your outfit?
 I run a production company "black and proud productions". Our uniqueness is our ability to identify talents and give them a chance to grow. We believe so much in nurturing talents and putting them out there
 How fulfilled are you in your chosen career? 
To be candid I haven't gotten the fulfilment I want both career wise and financially. The only fulfilment I get is the encouragement from my fan…

Ifeyinwa Olumba, Md\Ceo Opulent Stitches celebrates birthday with stunning photos

Ifeyinwa olumba, MD/CEO of Opulent Stitches  on 13th September 2018 celebrates her birthday.
To celebrate her special day, Ifeyinwa  released adorable photos of herself. The pretty lady dazzled in well tailored dresses as she posed for the camera.  wish her a new level of glory and attainment, shine on super star designer!

Saraki visits AGN

Senate President, Bukola Saraki, has pledged to assist the Actors Guild of Nigeria Foundation, disclosing that he would soon make a case for the movie industry at the National Assembly. He made the promise when members of the association led by its President, Emeka Rollas paid him a courtesy visit in Lagos. Saraki, who described actors and actresses “as great ambassadors of Nigeria”, stated that they deserved to be encouraged and supported. The Senate President described the current situation where the practitioners are not given the necessary environment to operate as unacceptable, pledging to, “initiate all necessary legislative framework towards making this a reality”. He added: “I commend the association for putting Nigeria on the global map of entertainment through various movies which has received global acceptance. “The welfare of its members should be a priority of any government in power”. In his address, Rollas explained that the N500m foundation was set up because of the v…


The Beauty Queens from Canada, Ghana, USA, Lebanon, Great Britain, Italy, India and South Africa were in Nigeria on a tourism visit tagged, “Experience Lagos: Queens on a Mission”, the organiser of the tour is Miss Tomi Salami ex Miss Tourism Nigeria and the Founder of Aurora International Charity Foundation, in partnership with SPAR Nigeria hosted them on a VIP Humanitarian and Tourism visit to Nigeria. The Beauty Queens were in Nigeria for various activities, these include the Aurora Free Market Initiative set up to commemorate the United Nations International Day of Charity and a 'Day Out' with SPAR Nigeria amongst many other outlined program

Arsenal signs Nigeria wonder kid

Nigeria-born Adetiba has signed a deal with the Gunners, after spending five weeks on trial, under the watch of the club’s academy bosses. The wonderkid, who has lived in the UK previously, has spent most of his life in South Africa, where he played for SuperSport United Soccer School. Adetiba’s father, John, shared an image of the youngster signing his deal on his Twitter account. He wrote: “The little man joins the big club!!” Speaking to The Sun UK, the nine-year-old said: “I thank God and my parents for this. I am very happy. “I train three times a week at the academy and we have a match at the weekend. “The amazing thing is, I have always been an Arsenal fan and I will work hard every day to make the first team.”

Elo's parents Testify of God's faithfulness

The September 2018 Global Communion Service with Pastor Chris kicked off with an inspiring testimony of prevailing faith as the parents of Elo Ogidi, the 5-year-old who was missing for 7 weeks, joined the man of God on set. The parents of Elo Ogidi bear witness to God's faithfulness before a global congregation. “I’m going to let them define faith for you,” Pastor Chris said, introducing the family that had a witness of God’s faithfulness, a story of prevailing faith and a song of praise to God. Afo and Rita Ogidi, both members of the Christ Embassy LCA Church, testified to the efficacy of God’s Word in the return of their daughter. Pastor Joy Amenkhienan shares the story of prevailing faith concerning young Emmanuel. The esteemed Zonal Director of Christ Embassy Port Harcourt Zone 3, Pastor Joy Amenkhienan, also shared an inspiring testimony of a young boy, Emmanuel, who was restored to his parents after being kidnapped. Remarkably, it is reported that as the family prayed, Emmanu…

Education is to Impart and not to Impresss-Tony Adokiye Ekine

Dear Parents,
EDUCATION is to IMPART and not to IMPRESS. Give your children the best of Education YOU CAN AFFORD. Do well to strike a balance with the standard of the school and your budget.

Please Note:

Don't be carried away by class, friends, size, school fees, etc. What yardstick have you used to determine the choice you have made?

Some schools are only operating in past glory, others are enjoying a good corporate image (Public Relations and Branding). Some are leveraging on the status of the proprietors (e. g. Wife of former president, etc).
Many schools are simply business centers.

Do your research, find out what exactly they are offering. Ensure that you will be assured of true VALUE. That's what truly matters. Be sure the school in question can spur your child or ward to expressing innate gifting. Please, let's put our priorities right. Their future truly matter; Not all that glitter is gold …