‘2004 Block 42’ is the world’s most expensive wine

Does this look like a wine bottle to you? Definately NO. At a first glance it may not seem like a wine bottle but this glass and metal cone contains the world’s most expensive wine and it is now on sale for a staggering £109,000. The special edition ‘2004 Block 42’ cabernet sauvignon red wine is the only wine encased in bottle with no cork or screw cap, according to Australian winery Penfolds. The red wine, which is limited to just 12 bottles, comes in an Ampoule which is hand-blown…

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Olu Jacobs, Bimbo Akintola, Joke Silva and others confirmed to attend Canuks dinner in the UK

Nigerians and friends  are all  cordially invited to the Team Nigeria Welcome event billed to take place on Sunday, July 8. The event will be chaired by our High Commissioner, Dr Sarki Dalhatu Tafida OFR, CFR while the Special Guest of Honour is the Federal Minister of Sports, Mallam Bolaji Abdullahi and the Chief Host is the President of the Nigeria Olympic Committee, Engineer Sani Ndanusa. Nollywood “A” List actors and actresses, attending the event includes Joke Silva , Olu Jacobs, Segun Arinze, Kepy Ekpeyoung, Bimbo Akintola, Justus Esiri,Okechukwu ukeje, Kemi “Lala…

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Pastor Chris Okotie ends second marriage

Rev Chris Okotie’s second marriage has ended after only four years. The Head Pastor of the Household of God announced in church yesterday, Sunday, June 24 that he has separated from Stephanie Henshaw whom he married in August 2008. He told his congregation that he wanted to be the one to break the sad news to them and hoped for their understanding. He also said there was no going back,that the marriage was over. This is Rev Okotie’s second failed marriage. It would be recalled that a lot of controversy…

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‘What is my sin? Life has not been fair to me’

My family is not rich but we have love. That kept us together until that fateful day when my moth-er was diagnosed of breast cancer. It was the saddest day in our lives. Although the lumps were discovered a bit late, however the doctor advised that she should start her chemotherapy. My mother refused, insisting that it was expensive and that her family cannot afford it. “Doctor, thank you but you see I will prefer to endure the pains until God calls me home. My husband cannot afford the treatment.…

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Comfort is my style – Theodora

Theodora Dike got her name stuck on everyone’s lips when she strut the runway half nude with two pythons wrapped around her neck and waist in the much talked about Zizi Cardow’s ‘Jungle Renaissance’ fashion show in 2002. This fashionista whose fashion label is simply Theodora, told http://www.angeladaviesblog.blogspot.com/ in this interview that her style is comfort, among other issues. What is your most memorable runway moment/experience as a model? It is the Jungle Renaissance fashion show which was organised in 2002 by Zizi Cardow where I was half nude with…

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‘I can’t recollect marrying Wale; he lured me with charms!’

I woke up two months ago and saw a man sleeping beside me. “Where am I and who could this man be?” I wondered. I looked at him straight in the face for about 30 seconds, I could not place him. So, I gently got up from the bed and looked out through the window. Still the environment looked unfamiliar. Quietly, I tried to make my way to oth-er parts of the house. When I got to the sitting room, the place was well arranged and beautifully decorated. But what…

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Another plane crash averted

Passengers on an Aero Airline flight from Lagos to Uyo in Akwa Ibom State were panic-stricken yesterday as the jetliner ran into bad weather in an attempt to land at Uyo airport. According to reports, the aircraft missed the runway on its initial attempt to land and had to make a second attempt several minutes later before landing safely. This development came just four days after a Dana Air plane crashed into a residential area in Lagos, killing over 153 people. Aviation officials revealed that the aircraft had ran into…

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Crashed Dana air plane: It was supposed to be Captain Peter Waxtan’s last flight

Captain Peter Waxtan, the American pilot who flew the ill-fated Dana plane on Sunday, was on his last flight and last day in Nigeria before returning to his country, friends and former colleagues said. A former pilot for Miramar-based Spirit Airlines, Waxtan resumed work with Dana Air in March 2012, Oscar Wason, the airline’s director of operations said. Captain Waxtan while he was being brought out of the crahsed Dana plane In all, Waxtan had flown Dana planes for 30 days and was off duty for 15 days, Pat Squires,…

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