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FULL LIST: Check out the winners at the 2015 Golden Globes awards

Here are the winners of the 72nd Golden Globe Awards, see below… Best Motion Picture – Drama Winner: Boyhood Foxcatcher The Imitation Game Selma The Theory of Everything Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama WINNER: Eddie Redmayne – The Theory of Everything…

12th January 2015

Nigeria’s VP ‘Namadi Sambo’ Booed in Kaduna -Sahara Reporters

SAHARA REPORTERS claim that Nigeria’s Vice-president, Namadi Sambo was reportedly booed in hos hometown Zaria, Kaduna state. Sambo was reportedly attending the 40th year anniversary of Alhaji Shehu Idris on the Zazzau’s throne when the booing incident occurred. According to undisclosed sources, Sambo arrived…

12th January 2015

Nigerian Prostitutes Endorse Buhari For President

The National Association of Nigerian Prostitutes, NANP have come forward to endorse APC Presidential candidate Gen. Muhammadu Buhari. And as a Matter of fact they have declared 3 days of free s*x nationwide if he wins!!! They made the declaration in a statement signed…

9th January 2015

I’ll ensure stable power supply if elected – Gen. Buhari Muhammadu

APC Presidential candidate Gen. Buhari, has delivered the usual Nigerian promise to ensure stable power supply for all and also expand Nigeria’s economy if the people elect him as the next president. According to Punch, Buhari said this at the Govt Sec. School in…

8th January 2015

Yemi Alade Becomes First Female To Cover Blingz Magazine.

Having had a successful year in 2014; “King Of Queens” diva Yemi Alade started the new year with another bench mark for other female artistes as she becomes the first female to cover Blingz Magazine, following the likes of Davido, Ice Prince Zamani, eLDee etc.…

7th January 2015

Lagos Assembly Passes N489.7b As Budget For 2015

The Lagos State House of Assembly on Tuesday evening passed the state 2015 Appropriation Bill of N489, 689, 869, 621. The budget is summarised into a recurrent expenditure of N241, 976, 638, 387 and a capital expenditure of N247,713,231,234. Sectoral allocations show Works as…

7th January 2015