LIFE STYLE

'I made my first shoes when I needed one' —Adebayo Apapa

Adebayo ApapaAdebayo Apapa is creative and daring. He left a well paid job to follow his passion – making shoes. The 25-year-old graduate of Economics from Babcock University is also a member of the Nigerian Institute of Management and Planning.

Ijala Are Ode: Ekiti’s weird world of hunters

Some performers at the eventPoetic skills and mystical powers provide entertainment in the rural community of Itapaji, Ekiti-State. GBOYEGA ADEOYE writes about the recently held traditional hunters’ festival called Ijala Are Ode

Yuletide travels of economic pangs, fears, frenzy

 A section of East-West Road in Niger DeltaTherein, the President promised that some traditionally very busy roads during the yuletide such as a the Sagamu-Ore-Benin road will be made very motorable during the Xmas period.

Day Ogunjobi's daughter tied nuptial knot with Olumuyiwa

The groom and the bride, Olumuyiwa and AjibolaIt was a role call of who is who in the society recently on the invitation of Chief Kolapo Ogunjobi, his wife, Jumoke and the families of Mr. Akinlolu Akinola who celebrated the love of their children, Ajibola and Olumuyiwa in grand style first at the Methodist Church of Nigeria, Opebi and Ostra Hall, Alausa, Ikeja.

Alaafin commends Ifa icon, urges him to do more

ADVENT of Christianity and Islam, with its attendant Western influence on the customs and traditions of Africa has been identified as major inhibition to the development of Yoruba culture.

Nigeria’s Got Talent: Amarachi’s day of glory

Last week, history was made when Amarachi Uyanne  an eight year old dancer took her other contestants unawares and swept the audience off  their feet when she emerged the winner of  Nigeria's got talent show season one,winning a whooping sum of  Ten million naira.