Archive: May 2015

Aisha Buhari closes beauty parlour in Kaduna

Aisha Buhari

Situated along Camp Road, a high brow area of Ungwan-Rimi Government Residential Area in Kaduna, Hanzy Spa and Hanzy Beauty Institute was always a beehive of activities all week long. It is the first beauty institute in northern Nigeria, a National Board of Technical Education accredited vocational training centre and registered by the Ministry of Education with the aim of exploring the untapped wealth in the emerging beauty industry.

However, since the victory of her husband in March and his eventually swearing-in in Abuja, Aisha has since closed down the beauty parlour to take up the new role of Nigeria’s First Lady. The spa and beauty institute patronised by individuals across class, was sighted close to the private residence of the immediate past Vice President, Namadi Sambo.

‘I am President Of Everyone’ Sepp Blatter blast as he becomes FIFA President 5th time

Blatter's glamorous girlfriend Linda Barras (right) and his daughter Corinne (left) look elated with his win, but former players and officials have condemned his victory

Sepp Blatter with his girlfriend and daughter

Everyone is angry and yours truly not so happy after much controversies and corruption allegations rocking the FIFA house, Sepp Blatter was re-elected yesterday for the 5th time to FIFA presidency.

Sepp Blatter declared himself the ‘president of everybody’ following his re-election as FIFA boss – and claims to have a ‘secret plan’ to improve the football organisation following wide spread corruption problems around the world.

He pulled in a massive  133 to 73-vote victory which saw wide spread condemnations both from within and outside the football organization.

Even British PM Tony Blair has hit hard on the President.

Blatter’s extraordinary comments came moments after securing a fifth term as president, when he told opponents and supporters in Zurich: ‘It is my congress, I have the right to make the closing remarks. This is a very important congress.

But he was in a jubilant mood, adding: ‘You see I am in a good mood. I was a little bit nervous today, but now I am the president of everybody, I am the president of the whole FIFA.’

And in his first TV interview since, the 79-year-old promised to unveil his ‘surprising’ scheme to ‘fix FIFA’ on his first working day.

Adding: ‘I cannot disclose it now but we will do it as from tomorrow morning. We have a meeting of the executive committee and they will listen to me.

He had enough people who cheered abd booed his win but got a samurai sword from the Palestinian FA and family too was supportive

Celebration: The President of the Palestinian Football Association

Lets see how it goes