It was a weekend of comprehensive joy and praises to God for veteran broadcaster and Head of Editorial department at the African Independent Television, AIT, Mrs. Tonia Ike-Ejeye as her people, the entire Orsu communities living in Lagos converged to honour her for her indelible contributions to the development of her profession, the Media and the community she comes from.

Chief Remi Adiukwu with Sade Tinubu Ojo.
The city of Lagos was agog over the weekend when one of her biggest female politicians, businesswoman and quintessential entrepreneur, Chief Mrs. Remi Adikwu brought her friends from all works of life together to showcase the best of ASO-EBI (party uniforms) with the relaunch of her outfit, "ASO-EBI Gallery and Emperium".

Chief Ikedi Ohakim.

Recently, I wrote an article where I said I heard 'kepukepu' that  Dr Ikedi Ohakim, a former governor of Imo State  was  eying the position of President General of Ohaneze Ndigbo. I said since he was dethroned as  governor  which was perhaps due to his still soaring infamous stubbornness, Ohaklm  has been doing everything humanly possible to be relevant, especially by being in the news.

Gen. Yakubu Gowon.

As a young handsome army officer of less than 32 years of age, General Gowon reneged on Aburi accord (reached on 4th and 5th January, 1967 "at a meeting attended by delegates of both the Federal Government of Nigeria (the Supreme Military Council) and the Eastern delegates, led by the Eastern Region's leader Colonel Ojukwu. The meeting was billed to be the last chance of preventing all out war") when he came back to Nigeria to give tacit support, with the backing of Britain and her allies, in a carnage that stood - at that time - only, second to the holocaust.

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