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My plea to the people of Israel: Liberate yourselves by liberating Palestine by Desmond Tutu

desmondThe past weeks have witnessed unprecedented action by members of civil society across the world against the injustice of Israel’s disproportionately brutal response to the firing of missiles from Palestine.

If you add together all the people who gathered over the past weekend to demand justice in Israel and Palestine – in Cape Town, Washington, D.C., New York, New Delhi, London, Dublin and Sydney, and all the other cities – this was arguably the largest active outcry by citizens around a single cause ever in the history of the world.

A quarter of a century ago, I participated in some well-attended demonstrations against apartheid. I never imagined we’d see demonstrations of that size again, but last Saturday’s turnout in Cape Town was as big if not bigger. Participants included young and old, Muslims, Christians, Jews, Hindus, Buddhists, agnostics, atheists, blacks, whites, reds and greens … as one would expect from a vibrant, tolerant, multicultural nation. Continue reading My plea to the people of Israel: Liberate yourselves by liberating Palestine by Desmond Tutu

Are they real humans? No. Artworks. It’s unbelievable…


London-based sculptor, Ron Mueck dey unique.  Em mind-blowing artworks na wetin we fit term ‘larger-than-life’ sculptures of the human body.  You go believe say na real life person you dey see. Na lie o.

















Ron Mueck yarn about em Artworks: “I don’t think of them as mannequins. On one hand, I try to create a believable presence; and, on the other hand, they have to work as objects. They aren’t living persons, although it’s nice to stand in front of them and be unsure whether they are or not. But ultimately, they’re fiberglass objects that you can pick up and carry. If they succeed as fun things to have in the room, I’m happy. At the same time, I wouldn’t be satisfied if they didn’t have some kind of presence that made you think they’re more than just objects.”

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Ah-ah-ing assets of the World’s Richest President


The  President wey rich pass for the world na Sultan of Brunei and em name na Hassan .

According to Wikipedia, “Brunei (officially the Nation of Brunei, the Abode of Peace)‎ is a sovereign state located on the north coast of the island of Borneo, in Southeast Asia.59109228-sultan-brunei

Hassan dey use gold in every single thing since dem born am. Eats only with golden spoons,forks and knifes and all of em clothes dey covered with gold and silver. Continue reading Ah-ah-ing assets of the World’s Richest President

Tallest-ic Naija: That 11 year old London-based Nigerian girl wey be 6 feet

If-U-Miss-Am, Nnenna Eronini wey be London-based young Nigerian girl wey reach 6ft height for age 11 last year na one of the many ways to yarn weselves say Nigeria na very very very very blessed country. Look around…
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First ‘Naija’ Sports Awards

John Mikel Obi wey dey play for Chelsea na em win the Sports Man of The year award for the first Nigerian Sports Awards wey dem do for Palace Hotel in Victoria Island on Thursday.

Feyisetan Are na em win the  Coach of the Year award, beating Edwin Okon and Ayo Bakare, while Ike Diogu win the Ball Sports Year award.

Francesca Ordega – women’s Footballer of the Year award.

Super Falcons – Team of the year.

Folashade Oluwafemiayo – Sports Woman of the Year award.

Tobi Emmanuel – Sports Journalist of the Year, Print.

Cecilia Omorege of Galazy  – Sports Journalist of the Year, Electronic.

Former Commonwealth champion, Modupe Oshikoy – Lifetime Sports Award.

Top-ranked Novak Djokovic downs Roger Federer to win ATP World tour finals

While Roger Federer get the lead, na Novak Djokovic get the answers.


Initially, e no easy for Djokovic but he came back up on beating Federer 7-6 (8-6), 7-5 on Monday in the championship match at the ATP finals.

Federer first break Djokovic’s serve to take a quick 2-0 lead in the first set, and then again to open to the second, but both times the world’s No. 1 player rebounded to get back into the match.

“It’s not the first time that Roger starts against me so well,” Djokovic yarn. “I’ve experienced before his aggressivity, really trying to put his mark on the match. It’s what he’s done again.”