Updated Top 10 Richest Nigerian Female Actress in 2019 Nollywood is believed to make billions of U.S. dollars every year, and its top Nigerian actresses make a good fortune for every role they play. Some ladies are luckier than others in terms of their financial checks, and the most fortunate are also the most popular and influential. Are you looking for the current and updated list of richest female actress in Nigeria 2019, then you are on the right page as we have researched and compiled just for you the Top 10 wealthiest female actresses in Nigeria and their net worth ALSO READ: Burna Boy, Davido Dominate Top 10 Most Played Songs Of 2019 In Sub-Saharan Africa Below you will find a list of top 20 richest Nigerian female actress names that are loved by millions of our countrymen
Most skillful footballers of all time in Nigeria; We found out that no matter what criteria we used to compile the list of “the Best of the Best Nigerian footballers of all time,’ it will still remain arguable. The reason being Nigeria has a lot of great players and it isn’t that easily to choose from the lot. But rather than use the rule of thumb in choosing players that made the list, we decided to establish some kind of criteria: Those players who won some prestigious individual laurels like CAF African footballer of the year or BBC African footballer of the year Awards… Those who through their individual performances brought so much fame to the sport in Nigeria as well as globally. We also established that organized football began in Nigeria since 1945, when Nigeria Football Associ
In the period between its independence in 1960 to 1998, Nigeria had, in terms of heads of State, two elected, one appointed, one military successor and 7 [coups d'état] powers. In 1979, they moved to a presidential system in order to properly instate the right of choosing who rules them with a new constitution. This constitution guarantees fundamental human rights that are constantly in violation. The Human Rights, Nigerian security forces are frequently alleged to carry out arbitrary arrests, torture, forced disappearances, assassinations and extrajudicial summary executions. These abuses typically occur within the context of the Nigerian government's security operations or are directed against political and religious organizations and individuals. The protection of citizens’ human righ
Before and after the independence in 1960 till date armed robbery attack in Nigeria has been challenge to our dear country and the big question is WHY? Robbery is a crime of taking or attempting to take something of value by force, threat, or by instilling fear in the victim. It is used here exclusively for acts committed against individual persons for the forceful theft from commercial venues. The armed robbery rate in Nigeria is alarming and the rate at which youths take to crime is a serious cause for concern. The rate at which robbery attacks in Nigeria is growing is quite amazing and keeps growing by the day despite efforts by the security forces to curb crime. In a democratic system of government where lots of challenges have led to economic recession or a downturn, such a nat...
Anti-Progress Stance Of The Nigerian National Assembly Seeing the way things are moving in this country, the lawlessness, no rule of law has resulted in some people describing Nigeria as a 'jungle where the right and privileges of citizens are trampled upon with outright disregard with no repercussion of any sort', however, some people still believe in the practice of fundamental human rights despite the realities of human right abuses we face daily in the country. From the successive governments, both military and civilian have denied Nigerian good governance, protection of their rights and visionary leadership, the citizens on their own ends, have always agitated and stood against the government to provide these benefits. The brutality and inhumanity of military governments did no...
The month of December comes preloaded with a heavy dollop of special. It’s just such a celebratory season, for everyone regardless of race, religion or orientation. If you’re not celebrating Christmas, you’re celebrating Hanukkah. If you’re not into those two, there’s New Year’s Eve waiting for you with fireworks and firecrackers. Oh! You just must love December! To get you to catch this love bug, we’ll share with you ten reasons why this month is such a darling. See them below: Reasons Why You Must Love December Here are some special reasons why you should love December period: Before every other reasons, lets take a look at the very inspirational story of the birth of Jesus, the purpose of His coming and how he teaches us to be good, kind, love and give, that’s the best reason of a
Your Guide To Social Media: Disconnect To Connect According to several research studies done in 2011 and 2012, 39 percent of Americans spend more time on Facebook than in face-to-face relationships and 10.5 billion minutes per day are spent globally on Facebook alone. The warp speed shift in social relationships and how we interact is due to social technologies, according to a July 2012 study, “The Social Economy: Unlocking values and productivity through social technologies.” The study states that there are greater than 1.5 billion networking users globally and 80 percent of them regularly interact through social networks causing sweeping cultural, social and economic change. People participate online in daily gossip, forming, maintaining and breaking social bonds and even getting marr