Thursday, September 29, 2011


A young lady passing by a dangerous pit which is capable of claiming one`s life at Ojodu/Akute road Alagbole Ogun state Nigeria on September 29, 2011

Wednesday, September 28, 2011


Season two of the Nigerian Idol starts on December 4, 2011. The Nigerian Idol is a reality music show aimed at discovering young people with musical talents. The first season of the reality show was won by Onka yeka a twenty six year old woman. The show is sponsored by etisalat Nigeria. The winner of season 2 will go home with one hundred thousand US dollars says  Femi Pedro Managing director Optimal media group.Picture above is Enitan Denloye the director of brands etisalat addressing newsmen at the Oriental hotel in Victoria Island Lagos Nigeria on September 28, 2011.

L-R: Enitan Denloye brands director etisalat Nigeria, Femi Pedro managing director optimal media Wael Ammar chief commercial officer etisalat, Charles Oputa aka Charley boy, Yinka Davies performing late Chrisy Essien Igbokwe`s song Omomi seunrere and Jeffrey Daniels. The last three are Judges for season Two Nigerian Idol.

The hosts of season 2 Nigerian Idol, Tiwa Savage and Il Rymz showing the stuff they are made of at the event

L-R: Enitan Denloye brands director etisalat Nigeria, Femi Pedro managing director optimal media and Wael Ammar chief commercial officer etisalat.

Onka Yeka winner of the first Nigerian Idol, performing the song she said made her win the competition on stage.

Onka Yeka`s stage performance thrills the audience

The chief commercial officer etisalat Nigeria Wael Ammar left and Yinka Davies, one of the Judges of season Two Nigerian Idol in a chat.

Enitan Denloye brands director etisalat Nigeria, Tiwa savage, Il Rymz host of season Two Nigerian Idol and Wael Ammar chief operating officer etisalat looking forward to December 4, 2011.


Etisalat Nigeria had it`s 3G exhibition at the Silverbird Galleria in Victoria Island on September 28, 2011. The 3.75G according to Paul Mosimabale, manager data services Etisalat Nigeria moves at 42mb per second. It is very fast he says. When tested, it was actually proven that was he said was true.Picture above shows the aerial view of the exhibition.

Paul Mosimabale Manager data services etisalat Nigeria explains to reporters how fast etisalat 3.75G moves.

The lady showing people how fast the etisalat 3.75G is.

L-R: Festus Irenonse, Training manager South West Samsung Electronics Paul Mosimabale manager data services etisalat Nigeria Kingsley Ojimba Huwei Technology sales manager and Jerry Jenfa Nokia solution activator


The Lagos fashion 2011 exhibition will hold from October 5 to October 7, 2011 at Eko hotel from 10.00 – 18.00 daily. The purpose of the exhibition is to bring manufacturers of fashion products from Turkey to Nigeria to enable them meet with potential investors and partners. Picture above: L-R Lekan Atoyebi Director of Finance and Administation Billoption Limited, Sami Cevik project Director Meridyen, Otokiti Feyi of the Nigeria Association of Chambers of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture and Biodun Olorunsogo Director of project Billoptions at the briefing which was held on September 28, 2011 and Eko Hotel Victoria Island Lagos Nigeria.

Tuesday, September 27, 2011


Google partners with Eko Bank and MTN to launch getting Nigerian businesses online at Eko hotel on Sepember 27, 2011. With this initiative, small and medium scale businesses can own their websites for free. The only condition attached to opening a free website is that you must have a gmail account. Picture above is Juliet Ehimuan, Nigeria country manager Google, addressing the partcipants at the occasion.
Small and medium scale businessmen and women trying to get their business websites opened at the event.

Saturday, September 24, 2011


The institute of public management`s induction and investiture`s ceremony took place at the Nigeria Institute of Medical research, 4/6 Edmond Cresent Yaba Lagos Nigeria on September 24, 2011. The Theme of the lecture was making Tomorrow a better day and the Topic was Imperatives of Democratic good governance. The guest speakers were Barrister Austin Osakue, Chairman Coalition of NGO`S ( Edo State) and Barrister Ugochukwu Agballah former commissioner of works Enugu State. The special guest of the occasion was Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola, executive governor of Osun State who was ably represented by the deputy governor of Osun State, Otunba Grace Titilayo Laoye Tomori. Arch. Bishop Magnus Atilade, the president of the Christian Welfare Initiative who was also made a fellow of the institute was the Chairman of the occasion. Picture above is Arch. Bishop Magnus Atilade, welcoming the deputy governor of Osun State, Grace Tomori to the occasion

L - R: Arch. Bishop Atilade, Grace Tomori and Chief host Pastor Awajiokinor M. Mfiangh observing Nigeria`s national anthem

The deputy governor of Osun state, Grace Tomori, delivering the executive governor of Osun State`s speech

. One anthem. of the speakers Barr. Austine Osakue, delivering his speech

The second guest speaker, Barr. Ugochukwu Agballah delivering his speech

The cross section of the participants.

Arch. Bishop Magnus Atilade left been decorated as a fellow of the institute by the President/Chairman governing council of the Institute of Public Management, Pastor Awajiokinor M.Mfiangh

L – R : Arch. Bishop Magnus Atilade, Pastor Awajiokinor and Colonel Bala Mohammed, member of the council of Institute of Public Management

. The Inductees right taking the oat.

The deputy governor of Osun State, Otunba Grace Titilayo Laoye Tomori departs the occasion.

Friday, September 23, 2011


 A yam seller at Lagos Ibadan Expressway close to Otedola Estate (Jubilee) answers the call of nature at the expense of his busness, his face cap and his pair of canvass on September 23, 2011.

His business....

His face cap, his trainers and the old Jerycan he uses as his seat.....


This is a drainage system in Obafemi Awolowo way Ikeja Lagos Nigeria. It was obviously designed to allow free flow of water, but unfortunately, it has been turned into a dumpsite by Lagosians. This photograph was taken on September 23,2011.

Thursday, September 22, 2011


A  groundnut seller by the side of the gabage at Tafawa Balewa Square in race course Lagos Nigeria on September 22, 2011.
 A customer buying groundnut by the side of the gabage at Tafawa Balewa Square in Lagos on September 22, 2011.
    The heap of gabage at Tafawa Balewa Square, Race Course, Lagos, Nigeria, on September 22, 2011.


Pot holes that leads to death are now the order of the day in Nigerian roads. This pit of hell is situated in front of the United States Information Service(USIS) situated off Broad street in Lagos Nigeria.This picture was taken on September 22, 2011.


A crayfish seller in Broad street Lagos, Nigeria, waiting for customers on September 22, 2011. 

Wednesday, September 21, 2011


 The government of Lagos State organised a mentorship and leadershop workshop for Lagos State traffic mangement authority(LASTMA) at Martinos hotel situated at no 1, Otunba Jobi Fele way Alausa Ikeja Lagos Nigeria on September 21, 2011. Picture above shows LASTMA personnel listening to Mr.Oluseyi Coker, permanent secretary,ministry of transport lagos State, who is on suit in the high table.
 Lagos State governor, Babatunde Raji Fashola in a hand shake with Sheikh Abdur-Rahman Ahmad, national Missioner/Chief Imam Ansar-Ud-Deen society of Nigeria and overseas, while Dr. Sunday Ola Makinde, Prelate of the Methodist Church of Nigeria in the middle smiles.
 L-R: Dr. Mariam Masha, senior special assistant to the governor of Lagos State on transport education, governor of Lagos state, Babatunde Raji Fashola and Mr. Oluseyi Coker, permanent secretary, Ministry of transport Lagos State at the event.

Babatunde Raji Fashola executive governor of Lagos state middle, trying to stand up to deliver his speech.

Babatunde Raji Fashola addressing LASTMA officials at the workshop.

LASTMA personnel at the workshop.

Pastor Sam Adeyemi senior pastor of Day Star Christian Church, left,kitted with the special traffic Mayor kit by the executive governor of Lagos State, Babatunde Raji Fashola.

Lagos State Traffic Management Authority staffs, applauding one of the facilitators at the event.

Monday, September 19, 2011


A young Nigerian in his prime, sleeping at the middle of the day as a result of unemployment in a cubicle constructed for traffic wardens on Awolowo way in Ikeja Lagos Nigeria on September 19,2011.

The homeless and helpless young man, controlling traffic in the realm of the dream on Awolowo way in Ikeja Lagos Nigeria.

Thursday, September 15, 2011


The Nigerian Vice President, Arch. Mohammed Sambo, left in a hand shake with the head of protocol, The Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority, Mr. Afolabi Oduniyi at the Presidential wing of the Muritala Mohammed Airport Ikeja Lagos Nigeria on September 15, 2011 before  departing Lagos for Abuja.

Wednesday, September 14, 2011


L-R: Ven. Yemi Agbelusi, Rev. Dr. Bishop Peter Awelewa Adebiyi and Mr. Olutoyin Okeowo addressing newsmen  on September 14, 2011 at the Bishop Vining Memorial Church cathedral in GRA Ikeja Lagos Nigeria on the Tenth General Synod, coming up in Lagos Nigeria on the 21st September to the 24th September 2011.

Monday, September 12, 2011


Amazing Grace Penticostal Church, Worldwide on September 10, 2011 at the Women prison in Kirikiri commissioned the multi-purpose hall it built and officially handed it over to the prison authorities. Picture above: Dr. Tunde Opeibi, Special adviser to the deputy governor on media affairs and inter government relations who represented the deputy governor and Bishop (Mrs) Chioma Grace Dauji, president and founder, Amazing Grace Penticostal Church Worldwide at the occassion.
Amazing Grace Choir in a worship session

Some female inmates display some of their works at the occassion: They aquired the skills in prison custody.

Commissioning of the Multi-purpose Hall was done by the representative of the deputy governor of Lagos State, Dr. Tunde Opeibi with the microphone, to his right is Akinwale Folashade Olukemi, deputy Comptroller in charge of female prison, to his left is Bishop Chioma Grace Dauji and Apostle Edward Baba Dauji.

The commissioned Multi-Purpose Hall built by Amazing Grace Penticostal Church for the Women prison in kirikiri.

 Bishop Chioma Grace Dauji, presenting the keys to the hall to D.C.P. in charge of female prison, Akinwale Folashade Olukemi and in the middle of the two women is Dr. Tunde Opeibi.

Akwa Ibom women in yellow, admiring the craft displayed by some female prison inmates at the occassion of the commissioning of the Multi-Purpose Hall on September 10, 2011 at the Women prison in kirikiri Lagos Nigeria.

Some female prison inmates dancing at the occassion.

D.C.P in charge of female prison, Akinwale Folashade Olukemi and Bishop Grace Dauji, President and founder of Amazing Grace Pentcostal Church Worldwide dancing to the glory of God at the commissioning of the Multi-Purpose hall at the Women prison in Kirikiri on September 10, 2011.

Some female inmates in front of their hostel in Kirikiri prison on September 10, 2011.

The prison authority disclosed that seven children live with their mothers in prison. This young baby carried by the mum is one of them.

Time to depart. L-R: Bishop (Mrs) Chioma Grace Dauji, Dr. Tunde Opeibi and Apostle Edward Baba Dauji.

In front of the women prison gate situated in Kirikiri Lagos Nigeria on September 10 2011 are from left, Bishop (Mrs) Chioma Grace Dauji, President and founder Amazing Grace Penticostal Church Worldwide, Dr. Tunde Opeibi, special adviser to the deputy governor of Lagos state on media affairs and inter government relations and Apostle Edward Baba Dauji.