REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY:QUEEN WATCHES WHITEHALL SERVICE FROM BALCONY FOR THE FIRST TIME AS PRINCE CHARLES LAYS HER WREATH. —(4 Minutes Read)

It was a remembrance Sunday indeed yesterday-the 12th of November 2017 as the Queen of England watches whitehall service from balcony for the first time as Prince Charles lays her wreath.   In a news report published at 2:11PM on the 12th of November 2017 by TELEGRAPH REPORTER.   The Prince of Wales had led the nation in honouring the Country’s war dead on Remembrance … Continue reading REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY:QUEEN WATCHES WHITEHALL SERVICE FROM BALCONY FOR THE FIRST TIME AS PRINCE CHARLES LAYS HER WREATH. —(4 Minutes Read)

REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY:QUEEN WATCHES WHITEHALL SERVICE FROM BALCONY FOR THE FIRST TIME AS PRINCE CHARLES LAYS HER WREATH. —(4 Minutes Read)

It was a remembrance Sunday indeed yesterday-the 12th of November 2017 as the Queen of England watches whitehall service from balcony for the first time as Prince Charles lays her wreath.   In a news report published at 2:11PM on the 12th of November 2017 by TELEGRAPH REPORTER.   The Prince of Wales had led the nation in honouring the Country’s war dead on Remembrance … Continue reading REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY:QUEEN WATCHES WHITEHALL SERVICE FROM BALCONY FOR THE FIRST TIME AS PRINCE CHARLES LAYS HER WREATH. —(4 Minutes Read)

QUEEN AND ROYAL FAMILY ATTEND THE ANNUAL ROYAL FESTIVAL OF REMEMBRANCE ON ARMISTICE DAY. — (3 Minutes Read).

In a report presented by Nicola Harvey of “The Telegraph” on the 11th of November 2017.   The Queen and other members of the Royal Family are marking the Armistice Day by celebrating the centenaries of women’s service in the Regular Armed Forces.   This year the Royal Festival of Remembrance is being held at the Royal Albert Hall where the Battle of Passchendaele, the … Continue reading QUEEN AND ROYAL FAMILY ATTEND THE ANNUAL ROYAL FESTIVAL OF REMEMBRANCE ON ARMISTICE DAY. — (3 Minutes Read).

REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY:QUEEN WATCHES WHITEHALL SERVICE FROM BALCONY FOR THE FIRST TIME AS PRINCE CHARLES LAYS HER WREATH. —(4 Minutes Read)

It was a remembrance Sunday indeed yesterday-the 12th of November 2017 as the Queen of England watches whitehall service from balcony for the first time as Prince Charles lays her wreath.   In a news report published at 2:11PM on the 12th of November 2017 by TELEGRAPH REPORTER.   The Prince of Wales had led the nation in honouring the Country’s war dead on Remembrance … Continue reading REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY:QUEEN WATCHES WHITEHALL SERVICE FROM BALCONY FOR THE FIRST TIME AS PRINCE CHARLES LAYS HER WREATH. —(4 Minutes Read)

REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY:QUEEN WATCHES WHITEHALL SERVICE FROM BALCONY FOR THE FIRST TIME AS PRINCE CHARLES LAYS HER WREATH. —(4 Minutes Read)

It was a remembrance Sunday indeed yesterday-the 12th of November 2017 as the Queen of England watches whitehall service from balcony for the first time as Prince Charles lays her wreath.   In a news report published at 2:11PM on the 12th of November 2017 by TELEGRAPH REPORTER.   The Prince of Wales had led the nation in honouring the Country’s war dead on Remembrance … Continue reading REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY:QUEEN WATCHES WHITEHALL SERVICE FROM BALCONY FOR THE FIRST TIME AS PRINCE CHARLES LAYS HER WREATH. —(4 Minutes Read)

QUEEN AND ROYAL FAMILY ATTEND THE ANNUAL ROYAL FESTIVAL OF REMEMBRANCE ON ARMISTICE DAY. — (3 Minutes Read).

In a report presented by Nicola Harvey of “The Telegraph” on the 11th of November 2017.   The Queen and other members of the Royal Family are marking the Armistice Day by celebrating the centenaries of women’s service in the Regular Armed Forces.   This year the Royal Festival of Remembrance is being held at the Royal Albert Hall where the Battle of Passchendaele, the … Continue reading QUEEN AND ROYAL FAMILY ATTEND THE ANNUAL ROYAL FESTIVAL OF REMEMBRANCE ON ARMISTICE DAY. — (3 Minutes Read).

THE YORUBA’S AND THEIR AFFINITY FOR OWAMBE. —-(4 Minutes Read).

  Someone foreign to the culture of the Nigeria south-western state might have his or her tongue clipped  having difficulty to pronounce “OWAMBE”.This is really a common parlance used in describing social gathering and any form of party organised in any part of yoruba land in Nigeria.Literally, it simply connotes “I am there” or I witnessed it”.     Every Saturday of every year can … Continue reading THE YORUBA’S AND THEIR AFFINITY FOR OWAMBE. —-(4 Minutes Read).