Shirley Frimpong Manso is the embodiment of an individual who satisfies the adage “What a man can do, a woman can do even better”. Shirley is a multi-talented writer/producer/director who has single handedly written, produced and directed excellent Ghanaian movies like “Scorned”, “Life and Living It”, Perfect Picture” and most recently “ A Sting In A Tale”.
She is also the CEO of Sparrow Productions and her company produced two semi finalists (unprecedented) at the Miss World beauty… Continue
Added by obour amankwa on December 21, 2009 at 5:08am —
Mr Raji Babatunde Fashola,Pls never mind the way i address you,other than to let you know that The most difficult phase of life is not when no one understands you, it is when you don't understand yourself and If you lose the support of those around you, it is a setback. If you lose your own support and confidence, it is a tragedy.
Believe in yourself, in your vision for the people of lagos state, and in your ability to take a small step each day toward achieving your vision for the poor… Continue
Added by Adetunji Kadir on December 19, 2009 at 12:58pm —
Seems to me an insensitive choice. So don’t be so selfish; don’t be a sloth; Come back so we all can rejuice! We Miss You!and pray for you to get well soon,want u to get back to the office.....i keep praying for u.
Added by Adetunji Kadir on December 16, 2009 at 11:44am —
i WILL LOVE SOME ONE TO TELL ME WHAT THE LAW OF THE FEDERAL REP. OF NIGERIA, 1999 CONSTITUTION, SAYS ABOUT THE VOID IN THE PRESIDENCY.
AND IF YOU REALLY PLAY CHESS.
WHAT MOVE WOULD COUNTER THIS POSITION OF THE LAW OR DO WE SAY CHECKMATE IT OR STALL THE POSITION OF THE LAW.
Added by zil okontah on December 15, 2009 at 1:02pm —
Noting to say about nigeria cuz d country itself are well bless it only problem is people on it.when i say people on it i mean the rulers they are disgrace to ther citizen. imagine nigeria passport is noting to d world. nigeria with all the resoursorces still we are in pain and one of the poorest country in d world shame to our goverment.
Added by chinno xcel on December 15, 2009 at 11:43am —
The other day, I was watching a video tape of Oprah Winfrey opening her school in South Africa, “Leadership Academy for Girls”. I asked myself why Oprah didn’t consider Nigeria as a desirable place for this gesture. Does Nigeria as a country have the credibility to attract such gestures, not only from Ms Winfrey but from other philanthropists who are looking to bring Africa up to developmental speed with other continents? Besides these questions, what struck me to the core was when these girls… Continue
Added by Hamilton Odunze on December 14, 2009 at 12:43am —
“Put your heart, mind, intellect and soul even to your smallest acts. This is the secret to success”
Added by patrick okonkwo on December 10, 2009 at 7:57pm —
On Tuesday, the 8th of December, The Future Awards released its much-awaited list of nominees for the 2010 edition of the awards. “It’s a rich list!” said Emilia Asim-Ita, the awards’ PR Director. “I am so proud of it; it took two months of gruelling work and research, but I look at the list of another 160 high-achieving young Nigerians and I think to myself: wow, we have been representing!”
The long list was released after two months of calling for nominations, and having town hall… Continue
Added by femi Olubosi on December 10, 2009 at 4:38pm —
I agree with you that your salary is not enough. Unfortunately, without mincing words, it would never be. Even that pay raise you are vehemently praying for would not transport you to financial bliss. In fact, the stats are bleak; if I told 100 people that their salary would double in six months, a staggering 99 percent of them would double their expenditures immediately in anticipation of the actual funds. They would immediately nurse ideas of moving to a better apartment, changing their car,… Continue
Added by Iboro Hogan on December 10, 2009 at 1:18am —
Wanted to bring to the attention of this community a new doc**entary coming out called "Cocaine Mafia."
In case you haven't heard, Europe is now consuming more cocaine than anywhere else in the world.
In recent years a major trafficking networks have sprung up to meet the demand, devastating the lives of thousands of West Africans caught up in the dangerous trade.
A reporter from Al Gore's Current TV travels to southern Italy to investigate how Europe's growing… Continue
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Added by Valerie Mercedez on December 4, 2009 at 2:24am —
The Nigerian nation has had more than its fair share of conflicts. From inter-ethnic, intra-ethnic and religious conflicts to land disputes etc. e.g. Shagamu (Yoruba vs Hausa in July 1999; Aguleri vs Umuleri in Anambra State in April, 2000; the Ikulu vs Baju in Zango Kataf; the ethno-religious fracas in parts of Jos, in Sept. 2001, July 2002, and Nov. 2008; acts of militancy in the Niger Delta and most recently the attacks on innocent Nigerians that started in Bauchi and sporadically spread to… Continue
Added by Mwakuk Jang on December 3, 2009 at 6:42pm —
The ATM is a veritable and very interesting way to get quick cash without going through the usual hassle and problems associated with having to go to the banking hall. It is also a very good method of obtaining cash in emergency situations. In fact I dare say that the technology which has been in use in developed countries of the world and very recently introduced here in Nigeria qualifies for one of the greatest inventions for all times because of the ease, and comfort associated with… Continue
Added by Chukwuka Anaziah on December 3, 2009 at 2:13pm —
Environment has always been the whipping boy of the Niger Delta dilemma. Everyone knows that there is oil spillage here and there; that there is degradation of the soil structure thereby making Agriculture and indeed fishing less attractive as an occupation for the people. Each year the ecological fund is given to States and budgeted into embankment, jetties, erosion control and the like. The international community represented by the World Bank, the DFID, etc and oil companies conduct research… Continue
Added by Nwokedi Nworisara on November 29, 2009 at 8:22pm —
Nigeria needs a revolution in every aspect of life especially in the political, social, mental and spiritual spheres if she must survive the vagaries of the millennium. A branding revolution in the political sphere is preeminent as it points the way to all others. Nigeria needs to measure up in terms of the caliber of leadership she throws up at a globalized world. She needs a leader who is competitive in every respect, someone who can participate effectually at United Nations deliberations for… Continue
Added by Nwokedi Nworisara on November 29, 2009 at 1:20am —
In a classic illustration of how rumours and hearsay work, Mark Twain described in his autobiography how news that a cousin was dying quickly metamorphosed into the "scoop" that Twain himself was dead. His response became instantly famous: "The report of my death was an exaggeration." Were he alive today, Twain would probably be amused to observe how, in this Internet age, celebrities and well-known figures are confronted by "news" of their own demise on a regular basis.
A premature… Continue
Added by Akintokunbo Adejumo on November 28, 2009 at 10:32pm —
NEWS: “SENATOR Smart Adeyemi, representing Kogi West Senatorial Constituency at the National Assembly, has called for a law prescribing death penalty for public officials found guilty of corrupt practices, saying such stiffer punishment would encourage the ongoing fight against corruption”.
Everybody knows my views on corruption in Nigeria. I totally abhor it and would do a lot of things to fight corruption. The fact realistically remains that in any society, we cannot have… Continue
Added by Akintokunbo Adejumo on November 28, 2009 at 10:31pm —
Since the BIG news broke, I have been agonising. I don’t know whether I should consider this as a victory, justice, retribution, or insult. Like many Nigerians, home and abroad who heard or read the news of Bode George and his co-conspirators’ conviction and sentencing, the news was met with mixed feelings.
On the one hand, I was actually happy and felt good to know that a man of Bode George’s standing and calibre in Nigerian society and politics, could be convicted in our… Continue
Added by Akintokunbo Adejumo on November 28, 2009 at 10:28pm —
For the past half-century years of my life, I never knew I was wasting my time in this world, or maybe as a Nigerian. My parents spent time, energy money etc on me to have a very good education so that I may get a very good job and be useful to my family, my community, my people and my country.
Fifty three years later, I have been in different jobs, made very little money and still trying to find the right job that will adequately feed my family. Now, at this stage, I should not even… Continue
Added by Akintokunbo Adejumo on November 28, 2009 at 10:26pm —
You must avoid two common extremes in reacting to events. How you respond to the world and issues around you can affect the rate your government or office respond to crisis and most importantly people's perception of your character personality, and eventually your genueity and capacity to succeed. Mindfulness means being able to notice the content of your thoughts, emotions and motivations as they appear.
Prof Martha Maznevski, Cyril Bouquet and… Continue
Added by JOHN ALLISON on February 15, 2009 at 6:00pm —