2012 Jan 08 By admin 0 comment

The Lagos State Government yesterday held its annual thanksgiving service at the open field of the Lagos House in Ikeja.

In attendance were Governor Babatunde Fashola; his wife, Dame Abimbola; Senator Oluremi Tinubu; House of Assembly Speaker Adeyemi Ikuforiji  and his wife; former Governors Mobolaji Johnson, Ndubuisi Kanu and Lateef Jakande; State Chairman of the Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN) Chief Henry Ajomale and officials of the state government, among others.… Read the rest

2012 Jan 08 By admin 0 comment

It was a star-studded evening as a recent charity concert organised by Leave a Donation (LAD) berthed at the Civic Centre in Lagos on December 23. The event was another feather in the cap of a non-governmental organisation created by Laolu Adeoyo, Damilola Animashaun and Anjola Amosun, daughter of Ogun State governor. The teenage organisation proved its mettle by ensuring a balance of magnanimity and entertainment.… Read the rest

2012 Jan 03 By admin 2 comment

THE joy of the people of Lagos Central Senatorial district knew no bounds when their representative in the Senate, Senator Oluremi Tinubu empowered rural women and awarded scholarship to many of her constituents.

This gesture was made through the Senator’s constituency initiatives tagged; Post-Secondary School Scholarship Scheme PSSS and Petty Traders Empowerment Capital Scheme PETECS.

The aim was to assist brilliant but indigent youths acquire university education as well as to give supplementary capitals to some petty traders to improve on their standard of living.… Read the rest

2012 Jan 02 By admin 0 comment

THE popular Expo Hall, Eko Hotel, Lagos was full to capacity, Wednesday, December 21, 2011 with kids taking the lead at an inter-denominational service of praise and worship meant to portray the Nigerian unity through the innocence of children camaraderie.

Convened by the former first lady of Lagos State, Senator Oluremi Tinubu, the Musical Youth Fiesta, otherwise called One Church, was the first of its kind; it was an impressive gathering of children of school age under one umbrella wherein they freely gave praise and worship to God without denominational bias.… Read the rest