Oldest Man in Nigeria
The oldest person in Ireland, Mary Coyne, has passed on. The woman who was honoured with centenarian medal from Irish president in 2011 has died at age 108.
Europe's oldest woman recently died at age 116. Maria’s health slowly deteriorated during her final days and she had to move to another home. Prior to her death, Maria was dubbed the world’s second oldest person.
The federal government has registered 3,031,065 individuals and 755,112 households in the ongoing National Social Register (NSR) being handled by the National Social Safety-Nets Coordinating Office (NASSCO).
Abimbola Olayinka Idowu, popularly known as Segilola Grey, is a 71-year-old Nigerian woman who is making her marks in the modeling industry. She is undaunted by the criticism she received at the beginning of her modeling career.
A Japanese woman identified as Kane Tanaka has been recognised as the oldest person living in the world. The woman was officially confirmed by the organisation at the nursing home where she resides in Fukuoka, Japan.
A young lady has taken to Facebook to share pictures of how a man tried to scare people from plucking and eating his fruits. According to Honour Faith Ukomah, she disclosed that the man tied a red piece of cloth on his guava tree.