Nigerian Afro-Pop recording artist and performer Adekunle Temitope, better known as Small Doctor on stage has urged both Remo Stars and MFM FC to win the 9th edition of the Ogunjobi Gold Cup pre-season tournament holding in Ikenne. The " Omo It's Teacher" was a surprise guest at the Remo Stars Stadium, Venue of the high profile Southwest derby.
The Yorubas is one of the most celebrated tribes in the world, their culture, languages and traditions are worth emulation. Earlier today, the Owu town in Ogun state celebrated Owu day today and people from far and near came to celebrate with them. While reacting to the event, the executive governor of Ogun state, His Excellency Dapo Abiodun has taken to the verified Instagram page to share some lovely pictures of the events and also to celebrate the political leaders that graced the occasion.
Pounded yam is a very special food in Yorubaland.According to Yoruba tradition, pounded yam is associated with the elite.
In Nigeria or the whole world at large, anywhere someone raises the point "Money Cannot Buy Everything", some people totally reacts in disagreement saying it is a poor man mentality to think that money cannot buy everything because they haven't made money to see what it can do. BIG Question: Can money actually buy everything ?. The whole truth to the answer to this famous question is "NO". If money can actually buy everything, this 3 Nigerian billionaires would still be alive today to continue enjoying their
Chief Olusegun Obasanjo had served the Nigerian government all his life. He was born in Owu, an area in the suburbs of Abeokuta in Ogun state. His recent announcement to once more further his studies in law, after he had successfully bagged a doctorate in religion shouldn't be a thing of surprise.
Photos Credit: Google Obasanjo advises traditional rulers to promote unity Former President Olusegun Obasanjo has advised traditional rulers in Ogun State to promote unity among themselves. Obasanjo also charged traditional rulers and stakeholders to promote cultural heritage and make it a tourism attraction. Photos Credit: Punch Newspaper
Bolu Akin-Olugbade, is a Nigerian billionaire businessman has died of COVID-19 in Nigeria. Bolu Akin-Olugbade is a rich man in Nigeria, he also holds the traditional title of the Aare Ona-kankanfo of Owu kingdom. He was a lawyer and his business interest in property development, construction, manufacturing, logistics, distribution, mari-time and offshore services and investment banking. Here is amazing pictures of the billionaire businessman, and his luxurious cars and mansion. The late billionaire has his master
It is no longer a rumour that Nigerian billionaire and businessman, Bolu Akin-OLugbade has died on Wednesday, 13th January 2021. According to multiple reports, the Nigerian billionaire died from COVID-19 complications in one of the Isolation Centres in Ikeja. When the news of his death was announced, many Nigerians took to social media to mourn him. More than 1000 people have been dead as a result of COVID-19 complications in Nigeria. Before his demise, Bolu Akin-Olugbade held a big traditional title called
Nigerian actress has continued to build her brand since she came into the movie industry. Jumoke Otedola is one of the most sort after stars and she currently serves as brand ambassador to several brands in the country. Mrs Jumoke Otedola got the attention of her fans earlier today after pictures of the actress surfaced online in the midst of popular Yoruba monarch and some elites.
Bolu Akin-Olugbade is a billionaire business man who recently passed on. And after his death and also to celebrate his service of songs, after Bolu Akin Olugbade passed on, some of the billionaire properties, his library, and some of his personal belongings including a collection of luxury car known as Rolls Royce were used to decorate the hall, at Bolu Akin Olugbade service of songs. It can also be recall that the Billionaire business man had passed on, after battling with a brief sickness. Bolu Akin Olugbade
With the ugly develpment and happenings in the country, former president Olusegun Obasanjo has now described the actions and inactions of the Nigerians not worthy of God's Kingdom! Little did Nigerians know that the military former head of State is a Pastor. Recall that he had a PhD in Biblical and Theological from the National Open University. So, he might have talked from the spiritual angle when he said Nigerians are not preparing for God's kingdom! Obasanjo, who was the Guest of Honour during the dedication
Below are three adorable places in Kwara State one can visit for vacation or tourism purposes. 1.Owu Waterfall.Owu Waterfall is a waterfall located in Owa Kajola in Ifelodun Local Government Area of Kwara State, Nigeria.It's the highest waterfall in West Africa measuring 120m above the water level and cascades 330 feet down an escarpment, with rocky out crops to a pool of ice-cold water below.
Although, death had to be accepted by humans as one of the characteristics of a living being. Maybe, if humans have the ability to detect or tell when this death will come knocking, just maybe, some people wouldn't have died. Life sometimes looks empty and worthless to the living when they remember that an entity as evil as death exists. But nature is something we can't cheat, humans can't question God's authority so we ought to accept life the way it is. Bolu Akin-Olugbade, billionaire businessman, has died
Corona virus has been a death threat to many successful men and women as the death of the successful ones is far above the middle men. It has leads to the death of so many wealthy being both in Nigeria and oversea. Recently, the death of Bolu Akin-Olugbade has been referred to as a result of corona virus. Akin-Olugbade is a successful lawyer with a doctorate in company law from Cambridge university and the chairman of Bolu Akin-Olugbade limited. He is a lover of a high end car brand (Rolls-Royce). His passion
RIP: Have You Seen This Book That Late Billionaire Boluwatife Wrote Before He Died? Just yesterday, the news of the demise of an illustrious Nigerian Billionaire Aare Boluwatife Akin-Olugbade swept across the globe to the shock of everyone. The late Billionaire legal luminary cum businessman was a native of Owu kingdom in Ogun state. One of the things he was known for was his acquisition of Rolls Royce Cars. Billionaire Boluwatife is also known as the Aare Onakakanfo (Field Marshal) of Owu Kingdom. He got
The rise in cases of Covid-19 and the resultant fatalities are becoming so disheartening. The Covid-19 issue is compelling various countries to start working on immunization inorder to curb the unfortunate impacts of the virus on the national resources. Moreover,the present Covid-19 reality is what informed the Nigerian university lecturers to cry out against reopening nations' universities for academic activities without the commensurate Covid-19 guidelines in place. News reports have revealed that a Nigerian
Reports reaching us just now is that pupolar Nigerian billionaire businessman and rolls royce collector Aare boluwatife Akin olugbade is no more. Widely known as a stylish socialite, he is from Owu, in Ogun state. His death was as a result of complications arising from coronavirus. Records have it that in the course of his life, he was one of the world's greatest Rolls-Royce gatherers. So enamored was he with the intriguing car that he purportedly has around twelve, with all conveying modified number plates.
The Nigerian Billionaire That Died Yesterday, See Photos Of The Beautiful Wife He Left Behind. It is no longer news that the Nigerian billionaire, Bolu Akin-Olugbade has died from COVID-19 complications. His death occurred yesterday, Wednesday 13th January, 2021 at the Isolation facility in Lagos, Lagos State. Bolu Akin-Olugbade was given birth to on the 2nd day of April, 1956. He died at the age of 65. Bolu Akin-Olugbade was born of a wealthy businessman, late Babatunde Akin-Olugbade the Balogun of Owu. Not
Luxury is a great thing to have, although it might not be able to save you from some particular things, like death, but it at least gives you comfort while you’re still here. Yesterday we heard about the death of the Nigerian socialite who doubles as a billionaire. It was reported that he died in a COVID19 center from COVID19 complications. He was quite the popular type during his life. He was known to be a man with class and really good taste. This showed clearly in his choice of cars. Bolu Akin-Olugbade
(Photos) Nigerian billionaire is gone, see what happened to him. One of Nigeria's finest billionaire named Chief Bolu Akin-Olugbade has passed away. According to the report, the businessman kicked the bucket on Wednesday, 13th January at the Paelon COVID Center at Ikeja Lagos. The deceased was born on April 2nd 1956 to the family of late Baba Tunde Akin-Olugbade a wealthy businessman and Balogun of Owu(traditional prime minister). He holds the title of the Aare Onakakanfo of Owu kingdom before his unfortunate