The goodnews in Chelsea FC and Super Eagles camps is that one of their own is now a dad. The newest dad is Victor Moses, whose girlfriend just put to bed today – a bouncing baby boy in the United Kingdom.
The 21 year-old Victor Moses was excited to be a father and gave he God all the glory as he named the boy Brentley Moses.
Congratulations to Victor Moses!
Owelle Rochas Anayo Okorocha is the Executive Governor of Imo State, Nigeria. He was born in Ogboko, Ideato South in Imo State on the 22nd day of September 1962 and was elected by the people of his state to be their governor in 2011.
Owelle Rochas Okorocha is a successful businessman, philanthropist, believer and politician that has strong networks with all the major ethnic regions in the country.
As the people of Imo State wishes you a glorious-golden 50th birthday, Delesdiary prays that ‘may your days be long’ in the land of the living.
Congratulations, Owelle Rochas Okorocha.
The former President of Ghana, Jerry Rawlings has declared that the death of President John Evans Atta Mills occurred as a divine intervention so as to propel the ruling party, National Democratic Congress, to retain power in the forthcoming election in December 2012. The outspoken former leader said ‘divine intervention created a great deal of goodwill for President John Mahama…’
While addressing the Volta Regional House of Chiefs in a meeting, he said President Mahama has revive the party from its dwindling position in the heart of Ghananians through the exemplified leadership qualities and the will to carry the party and citizens along in policy formulation and governance.
It should be noted that President Jerry rawlings is the founder of National Democratic Congress and his wife Lady Nana Konadu Agyeman Rawlings was alleged to have sponsored the formation of the National Democratic Party (NDP). His comments could be viewed as a political statement to win support for President John Mahama
Is Jerry Rawlings making these statement as a party member or as a godfather in Ghana?
Indications from the presidency shows that President Goodluck Jonathan may instruct the Central bank of Nigeria Governor, Mallam Sanusi Lamido Sanusi to suspend the printing of the N5,000 banknotes and the conversion of some banknotes to coins (Project Cure) till further notice because of its unpopularity among Nigerians. This could be as a result of the meeting held by the leadership of the National Assembly and the President; in which the printing of the N5,000 banknote was one of the top issues discussed.
Sources said no categorical statement was made by the President Jonathan to Senator David Mark and Alhaji Tambuwal, but there are indications that the Presidency will discuss with the CBN governor and the Economic Team on the need to abandon the project since most Nigerians opposed the printing of a higher banknote.
President Barrack Obama rose from a middleclass American citizen in 2004 to become a multi-millionaire at the end of 2010 through well-focused investment and returns from savings, treasury notes and royalties.
As at 2004, his salary as a Senator from Illinois State was $80,287 and he also earned $32,144 as a lecturer at University of Chicago Law School.
After the Democratic National Convention of 2004, Obama struck a deal for two books – The Audacity of Hope and Of Thee I Sing (children nonfiction book).
The Federal Government of Nigeria has concluded plans to honour 149 Nigerians with National Awards ranging from MON to GCON. The list comprises names of men and women from various disciplines and states across the country. Just like Alhaji Aliko Dangote was conferred with the second highest honour of GCON last year, Dr Mike Adenuga will be confer with same this year 2012.
Well, Nigerians look forward to when citizens without ‘big pockets’ will start receiving National Awards. When will the artisans, teachers, nurses, social workers, bus-drivers and other low-income earners start getting honours?