Thursday, 8 June 2017

Mercy Johnson, Sarah Hipson, Paul Sambo Others Dazzle in 'Soil'

When you can't control your home and you can't manage your marriage anything can happen. Sexy ladies can make prey of your husband.

Also Read:Mission Accomplished! Benin Film Academy Takes Off

Mission Accomplished! Benin Film Academy Takes Off

All is now set for the grand take off and orientation class for the first set of aspiring Nollywood greats at Benin Film Academy as the Vice Chancellor and other top management team of Igbinedion University went on a tour of the Academy's permanent site at 69 Airport Road, GRA, Benin City, to see their level of preparedness. 

P&G Expands Footprint In Nigeria

Procter & Gamble, a leading FMCG company, has expanded its footprint in Nigeria by commissioning a state of the art production line for its Always brand at the P&G manufacturing site in Agbara, Ogun State The manufacturing line was formally declared open by Prof.YemiOsinbajo, Vice President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria during a site visit to the manufacturing plant recently.


Chief Operating Officer Quadrant MSLGroup/ VivaWomen Lead, Tosin Adefeko, Chief Future Officer, Troyka Nigeria Solomon Ikhioda;  CEO Biola Alabi Media/Founder Grooming for Greatness,  Biola Alabi; and Creative Director, Insight Publicis Nigeria, Simisola Hughes during the VivaWomen Quarterly Talks held recently at Insight Publicis Nigeria Office, Lagos

The CEO of Biola Alabi Media and Founder, Grooming for Greatness has stated that while entrepreneurship is a rewarding venture, it is not meant for everyone.

Must Read! 5 Indicators of Tourism’s Potential in Africa

The continent of Africa is beautiful. Have you taken a tour round its major African cities? You can definitely tell why Africa is home to lots of beautiful and amazing tourist destinations. Indeed, the future of Africa’s economy is dependent on how the potential of tourism is properly harnessed. Jumia Travel, the leading online travel agency shares 5 interesting indicators of tourism becoming the biggest contributor to Africa’s tourism.