Celebrity News

Too Much Money?

June 1, 2017 Joshua Samuel

Dear fellow Nigerian, what do you say to this mouth-watering picture considering we are still ‘technically’ in recession and life generally tough in the country. How far do you think you can go with just one or two bundles on that table? Look closer, those are in foreign currency and, {Read More..}

Technology

World’s Largest Aircraft Unveiled

June 1, 2017 Joshua Samuel

Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen’s company, Stratolaunch Systems, announced plans for test flights with the massive airplane in August 2015. Since then, nothing has been heard about it until recently when he tweeted a picture of the gigantic aircraft coming out of the equally gigantic hanger today. Allen stated that the {Read More..}

World News

Meghan, Fit for a Prince

June 1, 2017 Joshua Samuel

Prince Harry, the second son of Charles, Prince of Wales and late Princess Diana, are rumored to be ‘seeing’  the very pretty Meghan Markel, in what seems to be strictly royal outings that normally end in tying of the knot. We wish them all the best. But come o’, isn’t {Read More..}

Politics

Politics is Contentious – Abdullahi

June 1, 2017 Joshua Samuel

The National Publicity Secretary of the All Progressive Congress (APC), Mallam Bolaji Abdullahi on a mid-term scorecard of the APC government said the success of the party in the 2015 polls gave meaning to democracy in Nigeria. He stated that the single exercise of an opposition party taking over from {Read More..}

Nigerian news

Calabar safe for Acting President – Gov. Ayade

June 1, 2017 Joshua Samuel

The Executive Governor of Cross River State, Prof. Benedict Ayade has pronounced Calabar, the state’s capital, safe for the Acting President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo’s visit following the fracas that broke out between some officers of the Nigerian Police Force and the Nigerian Navy yesterday in the area. The fracas which {Read More..}

Nigerian news

76,925 JAMB Results Withheld (UPDATED)

June 1, 2017 Joshua Samuel

The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has withheld 80,889 following allegations of malpractices at some exam centers across the country during this years matriculation exams. The registrar of JAMB, Prof. Ishaq Oloyede said that asked the candidates effected to exercise patience since some of the results will be released {Read More..}

Crime

Rep. Garba Durbunde Released!

June 1, 2017 Joshua Samuel

A recent report getting in indicates that the House of Representatives member, Garba Durbunde, who was abducted early Tuesday has been released from captivity. Recall that Hon Garba Durbunde, who represents Sumaila/Takai federal constituency of Kano State, was abducted on Tuesday along Kaduna- Jere road on his way to Kano {Read More..}

World News

Kabul bombing: 80 killed, hundreds wounded

May 31, 2017 Joshua Samuel

Reuters has reported that a powerful bomb hidden in a sewage tanker exploded in the morning rush hour in the center of the Afghan capital, Kabul, on Wednesday, killing at least 80 people, wounding hundreds and damaging embassy buildings. The unusually strong blast which shattered windows and blew off doors {Read More..}

Features

What Smoking does to You

May 31, 2017 Joshua Samuel

Do you know that the human lungs are like sponges with millions of tiny air sacks to transfer oxygen? And for the cigarette smoker, every puff damages the sacs making it harder and harder to breathe. When the air sacs are completely damaged due to prolonged smoking, the chronic smoker {Read More..}

Crime

All Allegations False – Akoh

May 31, 2017 Joshua Samuel

The national commandant of the Peace Corps of Nigeria, Dr. Dickson Akoh has on Tuesday, 30th May, at the commencement of hearing on a suit he filed against the Nigerian police, denied all allegations of misconduct leveled against him by the police. Recall that on Tuesday, February 28 this year, {Read More..}

Nigerian news

Niger to Employ 250 Graduates – Gov. Bello

May 31, 2017 Joshua Samuel

The Executive Governor of Niger State, Abubakar Sani Bello, has ordered 16 Permanent Secretaries in the state;s civil service to proceed on retirement leave with immediate effect as he announced the appointment of 19 others to replace them as well as take charge of three new ministries created by the {Read More..}