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Sunday, 25 January 2015

Radisson Blu Lagos Temporarily Shuts down for Renovation

In a bid to continue its unrivaled world class services to its customers and retain its standards, 5-star, water-front Radisson Blu Anchorage Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos, has temporarily suspended operations to conduct extensive renovation of its facilities.

According to an official statement by Anchorage Leisures Limited, owners of the hotel, the extensive renovation of its facilities will “cover areas such as power generation, cooling system as well as other critical equipment”. “The magnitude of the renovation work has however necessitated shutting down of business operations for the duration of the renovation”, the statement further stated.

The Management of Anchorage Leisures Limited has also noted that even though the renovation activities have led to disengagement of staff given the required duration for the renovation, it will abide by all contractual terms by ensuring payment of all that is due to the staff. They further explained that unfortunately, the magnitude of this renovation work has compelled a total shut down of business activities.

The Management of Anchorage Leisures has however assured its numerous guests in Nigeria and across the world that Radisson Blu Anchorage Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos, will re-open with increased focus on delivery of superior quality service. 

Anchorage Leisures Limited was founded to promote hospitality, tourism and culture through active participation and strategic partnerships with global leaders in hospitality industry. Anchorage Leisures is the owner of the 170-room, 5-star Radisson Blu Anchorage Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos.

Friday, 9 January 2015

Sunday, 4 January 2015

Ayodele Arowosegbe's Crimson Clouds


Figures of speech, choice of language, grammatical structure and plot; yum! A reader’s delight! It is no longer the synopsis of Ayodele Arowosegbe’s Crimson Clouds is whetting my appetite already.  

SAVIOR by Best Okoduwa




I am one of those firm believers that the power to steer this blessed Nation Nigeria in the right direction lies in our hands. Yes, it’s quite convenient to point fingers at our leaders who quite honestly deserve every bit of it and maybe even some of those fingers poked in their eyes

Friday, 24 October 2014

Horn free Lagos Possible?

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So a wonderful friend, Enitan Odetayo thought to share her thoughts on a Lagos without horns. Enjoy!

Sunday, 12 October 2014

Soul Orange Vintage goes to Mente de Moda


Heavy lifting, setting up racks, sorting through boxes of endless vintage pieces, cleaning tables and chairs on an empty stomach yet a broad smile on my face, this was me last Sunday. It was Soul Orange Vintage’s first exhibition at the Mente de Moda fair. This is beginning to seem like a combination of Greek and French; let me explain.

Saturday, 28 June 2014

Neo-Soul: A Colourful Night of Soul for one-of-a-kind Music Lovers

Hey people! How have you all been? Busy week? Mine’s been super busy and guess what; I can’t guarantee next week will be any less busy. However, I’ve got a remedy to help you relax, soothe your nerves, mesmerize your senses and calm you soul. The best  part is that it’s free! 

Sunday, 22 June 2014

A Little Piece of Us

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By Lucky Igbomor


It was sometime in 2005. We had no worries, and no fears. In our eyes, we were the kings of the world and we made the rules.  Life in Uniport had a lot of troubles, but as long as we stuck together, we were untouchable. People often thought that there had to be something behind our surefootedness. We were cocky and confident. We often went places and did thing we shouldn’t have done, not because we were ‘blended’ or connected but because we were blissfully ignorant.

Tuesday, 3 June 2014

Akaraka (The call of Destiny)




I visited a cinema yesterday and saw X-men. I was gripped till the movie was over. I had often wondered why we did not have our own version of super hero movies, animation, cartoons or comics. One rooted in the Nigerian culture and rich folklore such as Sango the god of thunder, Oya the goddess of lightening and Ogun the god of iron; there are lots more. But guess what, not long after that that movie; I had stumbled on this amazing online comic site called Akaraka. Akaraka is an online bingo weekly comic owned by Afrinolly. I t is written by the talented writer Okorafor Obi and really impressive art by Baba Maco and team.

Monday, 2 June 2014

Bring them Home

Bring them Home

By Jennifer Jude (Jenniferjudes.wordpress.com)



When did our children become mere figures?
When did 234 represent the lives of our young ones?
When did our future turn to past?
234 or 274, we want answers.
Bring back all of them: dead and captured
Release them! Release them all! Release our own!