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Lazy youth always around Bourdillon for free money – Remi Tinubu

Senator Oluremi Tinubu, representing Lagos Central at the National Assembly, has criticised youth who always flock her husband’s popular mansion at Bourdillon Road in...

Sanwo-Olu’s wife attends commissioning of Remi Tinubu widow’s home

Dr Ibijoke Sanwo-Olu, wife of the Lagos State governor, on Friday attended the commissioning of Patience Home, a facility built for widows by New...

We don’t trust Igbo people – Remi Tinubu

Senator Remi Tinubu, representing Lagos Central at the National Assembly, sparked controversy on Saturday when she told an Igbo voter that she does not...

Slavery: Remi Tinubu warns against futile search for greener pastures

Senator Oluremi Tinubu representing Lagos Central Senatorial District has urged young Nigerians intending to leave the country illegally in search of greener pastures abroad...

Dino Melaye commits blunder in condolence message to Tinubu

The senator representing Kogi West at the National Assembly, Dino Melaye, once again betrayed his dodgy knowledge of the English Language in a condolence...

Hammer House of Horror

Unpopular side with Thomas Oti Email: thomasoti@qed.ng We are what we watch. When we were growing up, our nights were terrifying. Sleep was sometimes impossible. Especially...

As a Christian, I have forgiven Melaye – Remi Tinubu

Oluremi Tinubu, the Senator representing Lagos Central, says as a Christian she has forgiven her Kogi West counterpart, Dino Melaye, for allegedly threatening to...

Melaye said he would rape me – Remi Tinubu

The Senator representing Lagos Central at the National Assembly, Remi Tinubu, has petitioned the All Progressives Congress (APC) and the Senate over her clash,...

Apologise to Remi Tinubu or risk criminal trial, protesting women tell...

Scores of women under the aegis of Concern Group on Monday staged a protest in Lagos where they condemned in strong terms the alleged...

Theresa May, Melaye and the leader’s wife, by Reuben Abati

“Have you been to Bourdillon? Or rather I should ask when are you going to Bourdillon?” “What’s happening?” “I hear people are paying solidarity visits to...