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Hon. (Dr) Temitope Olatoye Sugar Commended for His Philanthropic Gestures

By Chief Mike Osagie De Cerutti (SMS LINE: +234 7072631895  / ) A London based equality champion and youth leader, PRINCESS Bose Adebayo has commended   Hon. (Dr) Temitope Olatoye Sugar in conjunction with Olatoye Sugar Foundation  for their effort to begin another masses oriented empowerment programme to cut across all the nooks and crannies of Oyo State. According to the Adebayo, such move must be commended for the fact that , Hon. Olatoye-Sugar being a very passionate Federal honorable that Oyo State ever produced recentely  kick off the  OSF FREE HEALTH-CARE Mission in Ibadan on Thursday, 24th August, 2017. The train shall thereafter route Oke-Ogun, Oyo, Ogbomosho and Ibarapa zones respectively. Despite the fact that Hon Sugar represents the good people of Lagelu / Akinyele federal constituency at the House of Representatives, Abuja but with his love and kindness as a grassroot politician, he deliberately spread his tentacles to other l

The Pragmatic Philosophies Of Atiku Abubakar (1) ' WHY HE WANTS TO RULE NIGERIA

* By Chief Mike Osagie De Cerutti                      (SMS NETWORK : +234 7072631895 / )  He is one of the Presidential front runner for 2019 presidential race .Over the years a lot has been said of Alhaji Abubakar Atiku GCON, in this philosophical piece, he speaks why he desires to be Nigerians  next president  Hear him :  'It's always disturbing to me when I read on social media and national dailies that I want to be President because I want to loot the treasury. One, it'll be quite unfortunate if at this age of mine I've such a devilish motive. My Creator won't be happy with me after sparing my life and blessing me with good health and riches.  "The truth is that my business empire can sustain me and my family comfortably. I've no reason whatsoever to steal. No reason at all. My ambition to be President is anchored on my sincere desire to prove to Nigerians that life could be much more better with a c

Sad End Of Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, the billionaire who bankrolled Leicester’s Premier League triumph with His Time & Money

A Special Cerutti Media tribute (1) Indeed,  Marcus Aurelius was right to submit that    “It is not death that a man should fear, but he should fear never beginning to live” Such is the fact about  the man who  made a miracle happen: Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, the billionaire who bankrolled Leicester’s Premier League triumph, forged a deep bond with the club’s players and fans, as t earful Leicester City fans have gathered to lay flowers at the King Power Stadium today after reports the club's owner was on board a helicopter which crashed and burst into flames on Sunday. The helicopter - feared to have been carrying popular owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha - and two pilots crashed in the corner of a car park moments after taking off from the centre circle after a Premier League game yesterday. Early reports said Mr Srivaddhanaprabha's daughter was on board with him at the time, although sources at Leicester FC have since denied this. The BBC has reported

Tony Anenih :Exit Of A MASTER Political Strategist

·          “When beggars die, there are no comets seen; The heavens themselves blaze forth the death of princes.”-Act II, scene 2, line 30..- Julius Cæsar  (1599 By Chief Mike Osagie De Cerutti (SMS LINE: +234 7072631895 / ) “It is not death that a man should fear, but he should fear never beginning to live”-. Marcus Aurelius ·          “When beggars die, there are no comets seen; The heavens themselves blaze forth the death of princes.”-Act II, scene 2, line 30 - Julius Cæsar  (1599 THE respected oxford dictionary described a strategist as …. a person skilled in planning action or policy, especially in politics or business Such is how one can vividly tag former works minister political juggernaut and huge philanthropist, high chief Tony Anenih, the IYALASE of Esanland who gave up the ghost last night   His death was confirmed by multiple sources including his son who said the family would release a statement later to

Renowned Banker, HRH Muhammadu Sanusi II Speaks At the Eminent Speakers' Seminar of the African Development Bank

  The African Development Institute, the knowledge promotion and capacity development department of the African Development Bank will host an Eminent Speakers' Seminar on 29 October 2018, at the Babacar N'diaye Auditorium in the Bank's headquarters in Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire. WORLD LEADERS can reveal today that His Royal Highness (HRH) Muhammadu Sanusi II, The Emir of Kano, Nigeria, will speak at the Seminar on the theme, "Regional Integration, Energy and Industrialization," which reflects three of the Bank's High 5 priority development agenda. The President of the African Development Bank Dr. Akinwumi Adesina will deliver the introductory and welcome remarks, while Dr. Celestin Monga, Chief Economist and Vice President for Economic Governance & Knowledge Management will deliver the closing remarks. Prior to his coronation in 2014, the Emir had a successful career in banking and held several top-level positions including Managing Direc

STATE OF THE NATION : Yusuf: The insolent child of impunity

By Louis Odion, FNGE Those tempted to view corruption only in materialist terms, overlooking the abstract subversion of norms and values, will perhaps be forced to have a rethink by simply following the farcical drama currently unfolding at the National Health Insurance Scheme. Equating his kinship with President Buhari to a talisman, Usman Yusuf was not content at only breaking all extant service rules as the Executive Secretary; he went a step further by daring constituted authorities at the health ministry to hold him to account. Directed by the then Acting President (Yemi Osibanjo) to examine a slew of petitions against the NHIS Executive Secretary, Minister Isaac Adewole had little or no difficulty in asking him to proceed on a three-month suspension to enable an unimpeded investigation. Unsatisfied with the defence made by the embattled ES to the weighty charges, Adewole wrote: “Consequently, you are directed to proceed on three months suspension with immediate