Jul 19, 2009


French's First Lady,Carla Bruni

Steve Wonder...singing his hit track Happy Birthday

Alicia keys..supported by the Soweto Gospel Choir
Nelson Mandela
It was the sage's 91st birthday yesterday. South African's president,Jacob Zuma described Mandela as an 'inspiration to the world',in a .

And also,on Saturday night at the Radio City Music Hall in New York,a gala was held in commemoration of Mandela's birthday.The big stars were there and they performed.The Queen of soul, Aretha Franklin,who is looking very radiant and far from her 67 years in age, received the loudest ovation for her scintillating performance.Alicia Keys,Steve Wonder,Lil' Kim,Cindy Lauper,Queen Latifah,Soweto Gospel Choir and wait for this-Carla Bruni,wife of the French Prime Minister,Mr Sarkozy, all performed,in the show hosted by Hollywood star,Whoopi Goldberg,but could not be attended by the celebrant.

Jul 12, 2009


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The above is the message I get each time I try logging on to Oyin's site of recent.I am lost as to what went wrong.I really missed reading her crazy postings especially her 'Wordless Wednesdays'. Please can someone tell me how to reach Oyin?


Madonna with Mercy and David in Paris recently

David and Mercy James

Remember the controversies that almost stopped pop Icon,Madonna from adopting those children from Malawi? I have followed the lives of these kids with so much keen interest since they moved in with Madonna and I know their lives just couldn't have been better off for it.Seeing a recent picture of the two kids in an outing in Paris I just concluded that these kids were destined by God to escape the tragedy that life in Malawi would have unleashed on them.For Mercy James,it is quite true that some few months back getting to eat a nice meal at the orphanage where she was kept in Malawi was almost a mere wish.But today,this little kid is having the entire woprld at her finger tip.This speaks so much of the ways of God.You just never know what He has in stock for you next moment.
Keep the faith.


Who say Nigeria was not well represented in Ghana during President Obama's visit? Some groups of Nigerians were there with placards and flags in support of Biafra.But what I don't understand is how the Biafran issue concerns Obama and Ghana. Just like the Hausa proverb that goes thus;ina ruwan Angulu de kiso
? What is the Vultures business with hair plaiting?