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About Funsho
Funsho Akinwale is a journalist based in Lagos, Nigeria.
I have 15 years in Print Journalism. I am a Writer for The Guardian Newspaper, Nigeria. SEO, and Public Relations Expert.
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Obasanjo honours Abraham Idowu Akanle at 80th birthday

03 Feb 2023  |  guardian.ng
Former President Olusegun Obasanjo celebrated his adopted brother, Chief Abraham Idowu Akanle, on his 80th birthday, acknowledging Akanle's humility, industry, and fear of God as significant contributions to his success. The event took place at the Olusegun Obasanjo Presidential Library in Abeokuta, where Obasanjo spoke highly of Akanle, a successful industrialist and close ally for 40 years.

Akpatas mark 50 years of marital bliss

12 Jan 2019  |  guardian.ng
Professors Enosakhare Samuel Akpata and Victoria Akpata celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a dinner at the Metropolitan Club in Victoria Island, Lagos. The event featured the unveiling of Samuel Akpata's memoir, 'Sand, Sun and Surprises,' which details his experiences in the Middle East. Distinguished guests from academia, business, and the corporate world attended, including former Nigerian UN representative Chief Arthur Mbanefo. Samuel Akpata is a retired professor of Dentistry with a career spanning the University of Lagos, King Saud University in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait University, and Lagos State University.

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How Aisha Babangida Stole the Show at Jonathan’s Book Launch

08 Dec 2018  |  guardian.ng
Aisha Babangida was highlighted for her notable presence at Jonathan's book launch. The article also covers a range of topics including Dangote Oil Refinery beginning to supply petroleum products, Big Brother Naija winner Phyna Otabor's concerns over prize distribution, 9to5Chick's Top 100 Career Women in Africa list, President Bola Tinubu's birthday wishes to Ogiame Atuwatse III, efforts by the Nigerian Correctional Service to reduce congestion, the Federal Capital Territory's budget plans, a strike by the Association of Resident Doctors, political endorsements within the All Progressives Congress, and the Federal Inland Revenue Service's apology for an offensive Easter post.

It’s a rewarding partnership with Glo

28 Jul 2018  |  guardian.ng
Globacom recently hosted a series of events across Nigeria to appreciate its dealers and Enterprise Customers, providing them with entertainment, cuisine, and gifts. The events featured performances by notable artists and comedians, and stakeholders expressed their satisfaction with Globacom's customer relations. Attendees received plasma TVs and cash prizes, further solidifying the positive relationship between the telecom giant and its partners.

Fruitful Mekwunye takes a new leap

28 Jul 2018  |  guardian.ng
Chief Fruitful Mekwunye, also known as Professor, a Delta State-born musician and scribe of the Performing Musician Association (PMAN), is set to release his first album. Despite his long-standing involvement in music, Mekwunye delayed pursuing his musical career due to lack of encouragement and the necessity to survive through menial jobs. He believes that dreams are not dead until one is, and his upcoming album, produced by Yinka Best, features four tracks.

Halima Fernandez and Zubair on honeymoon

21 Jul 2018  |  guardian.ng
Halima Fernandez, the widow of the late billionaire Dehinde Fernandez, has married Rwandan businessman and investment banker Zubair Rudasingwa. The couple recently had a grand wedding celebration in Kano, attended by international guests. Following years of legal struggles over her late husband's estate, Halima is now on a honeymoon with Zubair, marking a new beginning for her.

‘At 60, I don’t have any life-threatening health issue’

26 Mar 2016  |  guardian.ng
Otunba Gbenga Daniel, former governor of Ogun State and Chairman of Kresta Laurel, reflects on his life as he approaches his 60th birthday. He expresses gratitude for his health and denies having any life-threatening ailments, attributing his well-being to good habits and family longevity. Daniel remains open to future political roles, though less active than before, and is focused on his business ventures, including two hotels and Kresta Laurel. He discusses his political legacy, the state of the nation, and his concerns for the future, particularly the lack of progress and knowledge in the political space. Daniel also recalls his most challenging and proudest moments, emphasizing forgiveness and the importance of legacies over personal ambitions.

Chris Oyakhilome, wife reconcile as 'pastor mistress' fights back

03 Jun 2015  |  theeagleonline.com.ng
Chris Oyakhilome, Senior Pastor of Christ Embassy, and his wife Anita Oyakhilome may have reconciled after a period of marital crisis that included allegations of infidelity and a divorce filing. Anita had previously quit her role as Pastor and taken over the UK branch of the church. The reconciliation is reportedly due to family intervention, although a pastor allegedly close to Chris is resisting the move.

Why I exposed my breasts in Aso Rock - Omoni Oboli

30 Aug 2014  |  theeagleonline.com.ng
Nollywood actress Omoni Oboli faced criticism for her attire at the premiere of her movie 'Being Mrs Elliot' in Aso Rock, Abuja, which some said exposed her breasts and cleavages. Oboli responded that the dress's appearance was due to the camera angle and clarified that she did not receive any payment from the Presidency, only seeking their blessings for the industry. She recounted her brief interaction with the President at his brother's burial and emphasized that she returned to Lagos without any further engagement with the Presidency.

Why I exposed my breasts in Aso Rock - Omoni Oboli

30 Aug 2014  |  theeagleonline.com.ng
Nollywood actress Omoni Oboli faced criticism for her attire at the premiere of her movie 'Being Mrs Elliot' in Aso Rock, Abuja, which some said exposed her breasts and cleavages. Oboli responded that the dress's appearance was due to the camera angle and clarified that she did not receive any payment from the Presidency, only seeking their blessings for the industry. She recounted her brief interaction with the President at his brother's burial and emphasized that she returned to Lagos without any further engagement with the Presidency.
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