FEMI ARIBISALA/ Paul’s bogus rapture

By Femi Aribisala There has never been, and there will never be, a “rapture” of Christians. Moses tells us how to identify a false prophet. He says: “You may be asking yourselves, ‘How can we […]

Some verbs can be very troublesome

If my use of ‘troublesome’ in the topic above sounds hyperbolical, you just have to bear with me. I am only trying to stress how problematic the category of the verbs being referred to can […]

Acting is just fun for me –Ann Adeniyi

’Nonye Ben-Nwankwo, and Ademola Olonilua Up and coming actress, Ann Adeniyi, tells Saturday Beats the reason she joined the movie industry Was there any reason why you decided to become an actor? I’ve been acting […]

Bukky Ajayi will be missed – Kate Henshaw

One of the people who had the opportunity of spending some time with the late veteran thespian, Bukky Ajayi, recently was actress Kate Henshaw. Kate sometime last month, along with a few colleagues, had visited […]

Theresa May becomes British PM as Cameron resigns

Theresa May on Wednesday became Britain’s new Prime Minister after David Cameron gave an emotional farewell address, hugging his wife, Samantha, and children, Elwen, Florence and Nancy, on the steps of 10, Downing Street. Cameron […]

Buhari’s appointments: A tilt towards the North

LEKE BAIYEWU examines the controversy that has continued to trail President Muhammadu Buhari’s appointments, which are seen as lopsided to favour a particular section of the country Amidst grievances from the different parts of the […]

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