Naira Marley caps Detty December with Marlian fest.

It is safe to say that ‘Lord of Lamba’ (LOL), the 6-track Extended Play (EP) released by Azeez Fashola aka Naira Marley, a fast-rising Nigeria musician, and songwriter, was the perfect way to cap his 2019. He came to limelight after the release of his hit track ‘Issa Goal’ in collaboration with Olamide and Lil[...]

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U.S. has been accused of Sowing Mistrust Seeds in Nigeria

The Federal Government has accused the U.S. of attempting to sow seed of religious mistrust among the various religious groups in Nigeria with its recent report. In a statement issued in Abuja on Sunday, the Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, said the Federal Government rejected the U.S. designation of Nigeria as “a[...]

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Deji Adeyanju flown to Dubai for medical treatment after sustaining severe injuries from attacks from pro Buhari touts (photo)

Prominent human rights activists and "Our mumu don do" civil society activists Deji Adeyanju has been flown to Dubai for medical attention. Deji sustained injuries after he was attacked by Pro-Buhari group while protesting for the release of Omoyele Sowore and other politically motivated incarcerated persons. Deji's protest and Sowore's public malhandling in court and[...]

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Atiku Rebrands, putting all his Businesses under group name Priam

In order to centralize operation and pursue better efficiency in his businesses, former Vice President of Nigeria, Atiku Abubakar has announced migration of all his business outfits into an umbrella brand known as the Priam Group. Atiku, a business tycoon and industrialist is the founder of a number of businesses spanning several sectors of the[...]

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Lafarge MD leaves to become MD at Dangote Group, here are the Details

Michel Puchercos, the former managing director of Lafarge Africa, has been announced as the new managing director of Dangote Cement Plc. In a statement released on December 20, Lafarge had notified the investing community that Puchercos tendered his resignation which would be effective January 17. The French national will resume to his new position on[...]

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Ship Owners Association attempt to Prevent Embezzlement by Advocacy

The Nigerian Ship-owners’ Association (NISA) has called on the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) to ensure that the procedure for the disbursement of the $124million Cabotage Vessel Finance Fund (CVFF) to Indigenous Ship-owners will be transparent and all encompassing. Speaking when members of the steering committee of NISA paid a courtesy visit on[...]

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Shocking Reactions to Ban of Opposite Sex in the Same Tricycle in Kano

Mixed reactions have continued to trail Kano State government’s plan to ban the opposite genders from entering the same tricycle in the state from January 2020. The state government had said beginning from January 1, 2020, opposite sex riding on the same tricycle, without a proven relationship would be arrested. Speaking at the close of[...]

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The plight of Female Politicians in Nigeria, Akpoti Debacle

The November 16, 2019 governorship election in Kogi State did much to reveal the contradictions in Nigeria’s practice of democracy, especially in the area of managing multi-party elections. Although the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) had to announce results of the election, the electorate is yet to come to terms with the profiles of winners[...]

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How to Monetize and Properly Utilize your iPhone

If you got a new iPhone for the holidays, you’ve probably already gone through some of the initial setup and configured things like Face ID. But, there’s a whole lot more you can do with your new iPhone, thanks to the latest iOS 13 update that rolled out in September. You can do a lot[...]

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Amazon Record Breaking Christmas Cash-in

Amazon stock gained more than 4% Thursday after the company claimed a record holiday shopping season. This was the best day for Amazon stock since January 30th, putting the company positive for December after a bumpy start to the month. The e-commerce giant issued a statement Thursday morning that went over many claimed accomplishments, but[...]

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How to recognize Child Abuse

As we come to the end of the year and the Christmas vacation draws near, we will be surrounded by our family members and our children home from school. The following is an important question to bear in mind. Child sexual abuse is the involvement of a child in any sexual activity where consent is[...]

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Is Wakanda a Real Place? Shocking Details Below

An American agency listed Wakanda, the fictional country in the hit superhero movie Black Panther, as a trade partner. A spokesperson for the United States Department of Agriculture said the fictional east African country was added to the list of trade partners by mistake. The glitch was first noticed by Francis Tseng of the Jain[...]

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Big Brother Naija Stars get Engaged

Two months after the Big Brother Nigeria reality show, former housemates of Big Brother Nigeria Khafi Kareem and Gedoni Ekpata are engaged. Gedoni proposed on Christmas Day while the lovers were on a vacation in Cape Verde. Khafi announced the news of the proposal in a post on her Instagram page. In the image, Khafi[...]

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Did America get involved for Sowore Release?

We write to you regarding Mr. Omoyele Sowore, a New Jersey resident, who was arrested on August 3rd and charged with treason, money laundering and cyber-stalking associated with his call for demonstrations. We are deeply concerned that established legal procedure and the rule of law are not being followed in his case. We understand that[...]

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Employees sue their Employers for 10billion over Defamation

Six employees of the Leadership Group Limited have dragged their employers to court demanding N10billion from it for defamation following publications describing them as thieves. The company had at different dates this month published the names of Olusunle John, Hannatu Dickson, Gloria Raphael, Onyinyechi Ogbonna, Yusuf Adebayo and Gloria Okwum declaring them wanted. The publication[...]

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Employees sue their Employers for 10billion over Defamation

Six employees of the Leadership Group Limited have dragged their employers to court demanding N10billion from it for defamation following publications describing them as thieves. The company had at different dates this month published the names of Olusunle John, Hannatu Dickson, Gloria Raphael, Onyinyechi Ogbonna, Yusuf Adebayo and Gloria Okwum declaring them wanted. The publication[...]

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Ecowas endorses Adesina for Second term as AfDB President

The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) has endorsed the candidacy of Akinwumi Adesina, the president of African Development Bank (AfDB), for a second term. The decision was announced in a communique signed by Jean-Claude Kassi, the commission’s president, at the end of the 56th ordinary session of the Authority of Heads of State[...]

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