Skip to main content

Posts

Showing posts from February 16, 2018

PHOTOS: Obasanjo meets Goodluck Jonathan and his wife Patience in Otueke

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo met with former President Goodluck Jonathan and his wife Patience Jonathan at their Otueke residence.

The former president arrived in Yenagoa, the state capital, on Friday and was received by the state governor, Seriake Dickson, in company with some top government officials in the state.

Shortly after his arrival, he unveiled the Bayelsa Heliport which was renamed after the first military administrator of the defunct Rivers State, Alfred Diete-Spiff, and then proceeded to the venue of the inauguration ceremony before heading to visit Goodluck Jonathan.


Nigerian Foreign Trained Doctors Fail Woefully In MDCN Assessment Exam

No fewer than 447 of the 686 foreign trained doctors who wrote the assessment test of Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria (MDCN) failed.

The Federal Government decried the poor performance of the foreign trained medical and dental graduates as only 249 were successful in the examination conducted in November 2017.


Prof. Isaac Adewole, Minister of Health, said in Abuja on Thursday at the induction of the 243 successful medical doctors and six dental graduates that participated at the remedial course and assessment; aimed at ensuring that the standard of training obtained abroad by candidates measured up to the standard of training in Nigeria.

Adewole represented by the Permanent Secretary of the ministry, Mr Clement Uwaifo, attributed the poor performance of the candidates to poor standard of foreign institutions they were trained.


He, however, urged parents to be mindful of the kind of institutions they send their children or wards for medical training, adding that majority of thos…

UK declares Pastor Chris Oyakhilome’s Christ Embassy church insolvent

Pastor Chris Oyakhilome

The United Kingdom branch of Christ Embassy, owned by popular Nigerian televangelist, Chris Oyakhilome, is broke and has been declared insolvent by the Charity Commission, the agency that regulates charity organisations in the country.

The ministry also admitted in its belated 2015 financial Statement (the church’s last annual return, which it published in 2017) that its subsidiary, Christ Embassy Limited, valued with a net asset of more than N1 billion (£2 million) entered into liquidation from November 1, 2016.

On its website, the Charity Commission flagged Christ Embassy as “charity insolvent”. According to the commission, a charity is considered as being insolvent when it is “unable to pay its debts.”

“In practice there are two separate tests for insolvency and failure of either might be an indication of insolvency: The charity cannot pay its debts as they fall due for payment; The value of its liabilities exceeds its assets.

“Charities will be flagged as …

It’s Over! Victoria Inyama’s Marriage Hits The Rock

Nigerian Nollywood veteran actress Victoria Inyama is not happy in her marriage as she is striving for a divorce.

The actress speaking on the marital battle she is facing with her husband after he brought in an in-house lover and yet still has refused her from getting divorce.

The actress is speaking about her marriage publicly for the first time after she has been married for a long time.

In her post on Facebook she went further to claim that her husband is a demon in a human form as he manipulates the law to his favor.

She wrote

“What’s on my mind hmmm? Happy to be alive, healthy and getting better, brighter and standing up for myself. Regardless of the demon in human form that I have to deal with, legion lawyer if not for god psychotic beast with his never ending drama he wouldn’t even grant me a divorce even with the poor bitch living with him. May god give her sense she’s so dumb, miserable pair.”

When a fan commiserated with her she let hell lose by telling what she is going th…

Buhari recommissions drone commissioned by Former President Goodluck Jonathan in 2013

▪Jonathan unveils Nigerian-made droneFEMI AJASA

ABUJA— President Goodluck Jonathan, yesterday, unveiled the first indigenous unmanned aerial vehicle, UAV, named GULMA, built by the Nigerian Air Force in Kaduna.

UNVEILING OF ‘GULMA’ NIGERIA’S FIRST INDIGENOUS UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLE IN KADUNA

He declared that the giant technological breakthrough of various sectors, particularly the Armed Forces, are pointers to the country’s potential for greater deeds.

“Today marks another landmark moment in our nation’s history, as we gather here to witness the unveiling of our country’s first indigenous unmanned aerial vehicle, which has been designed and constructed by the Nigeria Air Force.

“Besides its diverse military application, unmanned aerial vehicle provides mankind with a range of benefits in disaster management, power line surveys, law enforcement, telecommunications, weather monitoring, and aerial imaging/mapping.
“It is also rapidly becoming an important tool in news coverage, environm…