Showing posts with label interview. Show all posts
Showing posts with label interview. Show all posts

Sunday, June 29, 2014

"I’m a virgin, I know nothing about s3x" — Seyi Hunter

When Afro-pop singer, Adokiye declared she was avirgin in a talk with Vanguard's Potpourrirecently, many thought she could possibly be the last of the virgins in the Nigerian entertainment industry. But it appears there are others, one or more(probably), as another entertainer, Seyi Hunter has emerge to declare she is really a virgin as well.

Seyi-Hunter-Pix-2A Performing Arts, Industrial and Labour Relations'graduate from the Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State, Seyi, born of an Igbo father and Akwa-Ibom mother, began her career in the Yoruba sector and has since featured in near twenty films in both Yoruba and English language movies.

In this interview with Showtime Celebrity, the wave-making actress discusses her career, passion, secrets and fears, among other conditions:

Tuesday, November 26, 2013

"I Hate Being Called A Yoruba Actress" - Binta Ayo Mogaji (a.k.a Igbanladogi)

Binta Ayo Mogaji is one of the several actresses who need no former introduction in Nigeria's movie industry. The actress who's lovingly known as Igbanladogi, a name she got from her role in Late Toba Opaleye's hit movie entitled ‘IGBALADOGI'years back, in a meeting speaks about
her career and other sundry issues.

Sunday, November 3, 2013

"I’m having hand bag orga**sm", Says Singer Waje

Singer, Ebele Aituaje Iruobe, popularly known as Waje tells Ademola Olonilua about her fashion style

When it comes to fashion, what would you say is your weakness?


Sunday, October 13, 2013

"I wanted to be a nun but..' - BBA Beverly Osu reveals in new interview

BBA contestant Beverly Osu revealed in a interview published today that she'd wanted to become a nun but abandoned the vision in her fifth year in a convent school...

Beverly tells Punch

I attended Daughters of Divine Love Convent, Enugu State. I thought I would be a reverend sister but I abandoned the vision when I dropped out in my fifth year. I finished my secondary education in a secular institution before moving to Babcock University.  I could not finish from Babcock because I had some personal issues. Again, I dropped and enrolled at the National Open University.

Saturday, July 27, 2013

Video: Watch Governor Amaechi's Complete Interview on BBC Hardtalk

Governor Rotimi Amaechi is sure determined to be his own man in the hot political configuration in Nigeria. So far, it is working for him, especially with the recent verdict by the Senate indicting President Goodluck and his wife, Dame Patience in the crisis rocking Rivers State. But, will Amaechi continue to defeat his enemies? The battle is on.....

Sunday, July 14, 2013

Just In:Popular TV Presenter, Gbenga Aruleba of AIT Sacked for Interview Right Activist on Al-Mustapha’s Release

Owner of AIT, has sacked Popular Presenter, Gbenga Aruleba for interviewing Rights Activist on Al-Mustapha’s Release.

The ‘authoritarian’ Chairman of AIT,Dr Raymond Aleogho Dokpesi sacked two senior editorial staff, Gbenga Aruleba and Imoni Amarere over the interview of Mr.Richard Akinnola,frontline social critic and human rights activist with Aruleba on AIT two days ago on the acquittal of Major Hamza Al Mustapha where Mr.Akinnola strongly condemned the ‘miscarriage of justice’ of the judgment as a political judgment to pacify the North ahead of 2015 general elections.

From a reliable source,Chief Dokpesi threw caution to the wind as he stormed the studio even when the bulletin was still on and stopped the bulletin after which he lambasted Aruleba over this controversial interview which he said was in bad taste.


Sunday, May 12, 2013

Video: Recent Interview With Asari Dokubo

Thursday, April 18, 2013

Video: Okonjo-Iweala's interview with CNN's Christiane Amanpour

Monday, February 25, 2013

Countries will start to shoot down US drones - exclusive interview with Rick Rozoff ( MUST READ)

"The US and its NATO allies, and its NATO allies are, we have to recall, all the major colonial powers that had formally divided up and ruled the African continent: Britain, France, Spain, Portugal, later on Germany and Italy, also Turkey during the Ottoman period, and this is a force that is not going back to supposedly restore order or pacify Africa again. I am sure the Africans on the ground, if not their governments, are nervous, they recollect what happened the last time these guys were there."

The world is just starting to take notice of the expansion of US drone usage worldwide. US drones are becoming increasingly larger, deadlier and greater in number (now at approximately 8,000) and pose a threat to world peace. In addition for NATO’s AFRICOM and the US, Mali is important due to its strategic location near uranium reserves, hence the recent military operations in the country, which are characterized as another “energy grab” by Voice of Russia regular contributor Rick Rozoff.

Friday, February 1, 2013

Watch Wizkid’s Interview With BBC

One of Nigeria's hottest stars, Wizkid visited BBC Africa's studios in London earlier this week, where Komla Dumor asked him some few interesting questions.

Interview With Nollywood Actress Mimi Quaker: I’m Not a Lesbian, I Only Organise Girls…

Mimi Quaker isn’t really a rookie anymore, since featuring in “Evil Mind” some two years ago. The beautiful, curvaceous girl from Port Harcourt has got enough under her belt to rub shoulders with the very best in the industry. Unlike most of her peers, she has seen the two worlds of music and movie. Having featured in close to ten movies, Mimi also has a stake in the music world as a music video vixen. In fact, she was named as one of the top ten video vixens in 2012 by a popular blogger.

Thursday, January 24, 2013

Watch Video: Christiane Amanpour's full interview with President Jonathan

In an interview with CNN’s Christiane Amanpour on Wednesday, President Goodluck Jonathan answered a series of questions that bothered on Boko Haram, corruption, indiscriminate security measures, and poor electricity.


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