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Thursday, 14 July 2016

Comedian Alibaba slams Nigerians who ego won't allow them to greet the African way


Comedian Ali Baba shared this photo above showing the newly appointed UK prime minister, Theresa May, as she courtesies to greet the queen of England shortly after her appointment yesterday July 13th. According to him, if Theresa May isn't ashamed to express herself culturally, Nigerians should not be ashamed of greeting as our culture demands. 

He wrote:

‘Not every move is a breakup’ - Ubi Franklin speaks on Iyanya’s record label


According to the MMMG co-owner, he is very much aware of the development and was actively involved in setting up the new label – an idea Iyanya had told him about a year ago.

He made this known in an Instagram post on Thursday, where he also said Iyanya’s new label is not a break away from Made Men Music group rather it would be under the group but with “a different structure and a different focus, aiming at growing our industry.”

PDP sets date for their National Convention (See Here)


he Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has fixed August 17 as the date for its national convention in the city of Port Harcourt, the Rivers state capital.

The decision was taken at a meeting of the party’s expanded caucus held at the Yar’Adua Center in Abuja.

Kemi Olunloyo take down all Her social media accounts, says she wants to move into real life


US trained journalist, Kemi Olunloyo, has deleted all her social media accounts. The controversial daughter of Victor Omololu Olunloyo – a former governor of Oyo State, had disclosed last month that there will be something big on July 14th. She said the big thing has already started with the deleting of her accounts.

According to Daily Post, the 51-year-old social critic said, “I am deleting all my social media accounts. I want to get out of the computer and move into the real life.

Man United was "My First Family" ... Real Madrid is a "Great Club" - Paul Pogba


Paul Pogba has called Manchester United “my first family” - but claims he does not know if he will rejoin them.

Pogba admits he is uncertain where his future lies with United prepared to pay a world record £100million to bring him back to Old Trafford from Juventus.

The France star quit United on a Bosman four years ago because he was unhappy at being ignored by Sir Alex Ferguson and says the club remains dear to him.

When asked during an interview with ESPN in Spanish about United, he replied: “It was my first family.”

5 confirm dead, 18 injured in road crash in Kano


The Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) in Kano on Thursday said that five persons died and 18 others were injured in an auto crash along Kano-Wudil road.

The Public Relations Officer of the FRSC, Mr Kabiru Ibrahim told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Kano that the accident, which occurred at a village called

Say What! Eight remanded for kidnapping Reverend Sisters in Ondo


An Akure Magistrate Court, sitting in Ondo State capital, on Thursday remanded eight persons, including a woman for allegedly kidnapping two Reverend sisters along the Benin-Ijebu Ode Expressway at Kajola village in Odigbo Local Government Area of the State.

The victims, Apo Perpetual and Roseline Familade, with their driver Zwugwa Zibai were abducted on May 15, while they were traveling to Ogun State for a programme.

They spent one week in the den of their abductors before they were rescued by a team of police in the state and men of the intelligence squad sent from Abuja, by the former Inspector General of Police (IGP), Mr. Solomon Arase.

Choi! Super Eagles drop nine places on New FIFA ranking


This is not good for Nigeria football. Nigeria is now 70th in the world, according to the new FIFA ranking released on Thursday.

It represents a nine-position drop for the former African Champions, who finished June in 61st place. The Super Eagles are now the 16th best team on the continent.

Algeria, who are in Nigeria’s 2018 World Cup qualifying group are the highest-ranked nation in Africa.

DISCOs says they will appeal order stopping them from increasing tariff


The Association of Nigerian Electricity Distributors (ANED) on Thursday said that it has appealed against the judgment of a Lagos Federal High Court annulling the 45 percent electricity tariff hike.

Mr Sunday Oduntan, the Executive Director of ANED, announced the decision in a telephone interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos.

ANED is the association of the 11 Electricity Distribution Companies (DISCOs) operating in Nigeria.

Antonio Conte unveils as Chelsea FC Boss, set target on winning the title


Antonio Conte insists he is willing to adapt his methods in a bid for Premier League glory. The 46-year-old faced the cameras for the first time as Chelsea boss on Thursday and claims the Blues are one of seven teams who can win the title.

Conte preferred playing a 3-5-2 formation during his time in charge of Italy but refused to confirm which tactics he will adopt at Stamford Bridge.

He said: "Usually when I arrive in a new team I search to find the right position for the players.

Governor Oshiomhole says PDP has disowned Osagie Ize-Iyamu


Governor Adams Oshiomhole of Edo State says the PDP has already rejected the candidate of one of its factions, Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu, with the cold shoulder he got from Governors and other leaders of the party at the flag-off of his campaign, two weeks ago. 

Speaking at a stakeholders’ meeting of the All Progressive Congress (APC) in Benin City, Wednesday, he said “the campaign of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) for the forthcoming governorship election in the State is dead on arrival”. 

He said the APC is the only party that offers hope to all our people, adding “whether you like it or not, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) engine is dead on arrival. The early morning signals are clear. 

Just In: Donald Trump to Pick Mike Pence as Presidential Running Mate


Donald Trump is planning to announce that Indiana Gov. Mike Pence is his choice for his vice presidential running mate, according to a Republican with direct knowledge of the decision. 

According to Roll Call, as Trump narrowed in on his choice of Pence, the two men spent time at both Trump's golf resort in New Jersey in early July and at the Indiana governor's mansion this week.

In addition to testing the men's chemistry together, Trump was reportedly impressed with Pence's calm demeanor, his experience on Capitol Hill and as a governor, and Pence's potential to assist Trump in governing, should the ticket win in November. 

President Buhari's Daughter, Halima called to bar today (PHOTOS)

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Congratulations to Halima Buhari as she was called to bar today. Her mother, Aisha Buhari, her brother and sisters were in attendance at the call to bar ceremony which held in Abuja.

Senates Today: Five bills pass First Reading (See Bills)


The Senate on Thursday, July 14 passed five bills for first reading. The bills include Prevention of Water Crime Act (Amendment) Bill 2016, Water Resources Act (Amendment) Bill, 2016 and National Agricultural Land Development Authority Act (Amendment) Bill 2016. Others include Bee (Import Control Management) Act (Amendment) Bill and Agricultural and Rural Management Training Act (amendment) bill, 2016. 

All bills presented on the floor of the Senate were sponsored by Ali Ndume, the Senate leader. However, the Senate received the report of the joint committee on ethics, privileges and public petitions, appropriations and finance were also presented. 

Please Help Her! This Girl needs a Husband Who Earns N32 to N45 Million Monthly


Lol, I am very sure even his mom never went that far ... This young lady, Princess Mimi took to her Twitter handle to post the qualities she expects from her Nigerian husband saying: 
“Looking for a Nigerian husband preferably Igbo! Age range: 25-30, Salary Range: “£70k – 100k. Please RT the man of my dreams may be on to your Time Line.”

My wife starve me of s*x, food - Husband tells court


A 42-year-old businesswoman, Oluwabunmi Balogun, has told an Igando Customary Court in Lagos that her husband, Rasak, once attempted to rape their teenage housekeeper. 

Oluwabunmi made the disclosure when she testified in a divorce petition filed by her husband on Thursday. She accused her husband of being a flirt, saying, “my husband attempted to rape my teenage housekeeper. 
“When I went for a vigil, my 12-year-old housekeeper rushed to meet me in the church at about 12 a.m. half naked, telling me that my husband wanted to rape her. 
“She stayed with me through the vigil and the following morning, I took the girl to my husband’s room to have her repeat herself in his presence.’’ 

Buhari’s alleged Secret Igbo Mistress EXPOSED ... (See Nigerians Reactions)


An unknown Nairaland user posted a story from the Guardiannewsusa.com which has to do with Mr President's secret mistress.

The story reads: 
“There is a mystery first lady in Nigeria, widening the existing gap between President Buhari and the official First Lady, Aisha. The “Young Igbo Girl” as Buhari’s close confidants would call her had often visited the president from Canada where she lived as a spy-agent, until she was finally relocated to Abuja to be close to him. Since her arrival Aisha has been kept away from the president, with excuses about his deteriorating health, it was gathered.” 

Super Eagles, Odion Ighalo lands major endorsement deal


Super Eagles and Watford striker Odion Ighalo has been announced as the brand ambassador for one of MultiChoice Nigeria.

Ighalo will feature in a soon to be launched DStv campaign which includes TV, Out-of-home, digital, radio and press adverts and makes special guest appearances at major DStv events amongst other activities.

A statement by Multichoice says the endorsement deal was signed recently at the MultiChoice head office in Victoria Island.

Unbelievable! 4,000 ghost workers discover in Enugu State


The Enugu state government recently set up a local government audit panel to look into worker payrolls for the state. 

According to Today, the audit panel has discovered nearly 4,000 ghost workers in the 17 local government councils of the state. 

The panel revealed that 3,916 workers whose names were in the payment vouchers could not be traced. They submitted their report to the state governor, Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi, adding that this would save the state about N161, 494, 570 monthly or N1.938 billion annually. 

Breaking: Popular Nollywood Actor and Former Chairman of PMAN is dead


What a year! 2016 is one year that has seen lots of lives lost from our entertainment industry and we are just in July, God helps us.

Nollywood actor, Master of Ceremony (MC) and former chairman of the Performing Musicians Employers’ Association of Nigeria (PMAN), Abuja chapter, Mr Collins Adeyemi has died. It was learnt that Adeyemi who celebrated his 19th wedding anniversary three weeks ago died on Wednesday, July 13, in Abuja.

Tony Attah takes over from Babs Omotowa as NLNG Boss


The Board of Directors of Nigeria LNG Limited (NLNG) has approved Tony Attah as successor to Babs Omotowa, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, who after nearly five years at the helms of affairs of NLNG will be returning to Shell International in the Hague, ‎Netherlands.

A statement by Kudo Eresia-Eke, General Manager, External Relations, stated that Omotowa leaves Nigeria LNG Limited in a stronger position and well positioned for the next chapter of the company’s growth.

“He will take great pride and satisfaction in his numerous achievements including consolidating the company’s position as a reliable supplier of LNG and a major player in the global LNG market, restarting the Train 7 expansion program and with NLNG becoming ranked as the number one home-grown company in Nigeria.”

Acting Police IG orders audit of police investments, subsidiaries


The Acting Inspector-General of Police (I-G) , Mr. Ibrahim Idris, has engaged the services of two audit firms, Messers Nsebot William & Co. and Gbenga Abimbola & Co. to undertake the audit of Police Investments and subsidiaries.

The order is contained in a statement issued by the Force spokesman, Deputy Commissioner of Police, Don Awunah in Abuja on Thursday.

Idris gave the order while addressing the Board and Management of Police Investments Bodies and subsidiaries at the Police Force Headquarters.

China plans $30m weather modification programme


China has allocated 199 million yuan ($29.76 million) to spend on its weather modification programme as part of efforts to combat drought and reduce the impact of natural disasters.

The finance ministry said on Thursday in Shanghai that the additional funding had been made available in order to help China’s regions respond to the large number of “extreme weather events” this year.

It said it would also include heavy flooding in south and central regions as well as drought in the northwest.

Ayo Oritsejafor launches South Africa Chapter of CAN


The President of Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor, has called on the South African chapter, CANSAF, to work for the unity of the church.

Oritsejafor made the call at the inauguration of the chapter on Wednesday night in Johannesburg, South Africa.

He said as Christians, members should love one another and obey God`s commandments.

The president also urged them to avoid evil in all endeavours.

Just In: Senator Dino Melaye holds Press Conference over allegation on threat to beat Tinubu


Senator Dino Melaye held a press conference over the allegation that he said he will beat up Senator Oluremi Tinubu, a fellow Senator at the upper chambers. 

During the press conference, Melaye dismissed the allegation of using “insolent, abusive, degrading & unmannerless language against any Senator.”

Pastor Seeks To Divorce Wife Of 22 years For Always Embarrassing Him in Public


Christ Apostolic Church’s Pastor Segun Adeyinka has begged a Customary Court in Alimosho Lagos to end his marriage of 22 years to his wife, Mrs Folake Adeyinka because she is always disgracing him in front of his church members.


Yesterday, at the Alimosho Customary court, he said:

“My wife usually disgraces me in public and in my church. She has made many church members to leave the church. She doesn’t want to see people around me. She is making people run away from me.

7 year old boy reunite with his mom after been detained for over a month for accidentally killing


Finally, Chibuike Miracle Oramalu has been released to his mother in Enugu State. The primary two pupil has been detained since May 30, after accidentally firing a gun, which killed a 12-year-old boy, Oluebube Boniface, in the Independence Layout area of Enugu.

The gun belonged to Edwin Oforma, who employed Chibuike’s mother as a cleaner and housekeeper in his house. He accidentally fired the shot after discovering the gun in Oforma’s room while making the bed, as he was instructed by Chukwunanu, Oforma’s son.

Murdered RCCG Preacher: Burial rites Postponed, Family Seeks To Carry Out Independent Autopsy


Today, July 14th was supposed to be the Burial Ceremony of murdered RCCG Evangelist, Eunice Olawale, but it has been postponed as the Family of the deceased wants to carry out a post-mortem examination on the body of the deceased. They also want the police to carry out thorough investigation into the murder.

A pastor at the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Biola Egebeyemi, who disclosed this to newsmen in Abuja yesterday July 13th, said the decision was taken by the family of the deceased so that the police can carry out a thorough investigation into the murder.

Federal Government gives guidelines on prosecution of corruption, criminal cases


In a bid to ensure prompt and successful prosecution of ongoing corruption and other criminal cases in courts, the Federal Government on Wednesday issued a set of directives and guidelines to aid prosecutors handling such cases.

The directives and guidelines are contained in a document – National Policy on Prosecution, which also includes Code of Conduct and National Guidelines for Prosecutors – just released by the Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami (SAN).

The National Policy on Prosecution (NPP) prescribes statements of good values, best practices and a guide towards rendering efficient, effective, accountable and professional prosecutorial services in the country.

Theresa May's first speech as Britain's new Prime Minister (READ HERE)


Theresa May just gave her first speech as the British Prime Minister at around 6:00PM (Nigerian time)
She said, “In David Cameron, I follow in the footsteps of a great modern Prime Minister”.
His true legacy, she says, “is not about the economy but about social justice” - including the Lib Dem policy of taking the poorest out of income tax.

Ali Modu Sheriff: INEC can’t disqualify my candidate for Edo election


Factional National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, Sen. Ali Modu Sheriff, has said that the Independent National Electoral Commission cannot reject the candidate of his faction for the Edo governorship election.

He therefore described as rumour the adoption of Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu by the commission as the party’s candidate for the September 10 governorship election in the state.

Sheriff’s faction of the party had presented Mr. Matthew Iduoriyekemwen who emerged winner at his faction’s primary, as the party’s candidate for the election.

Nigerian set to be executed in Indonesia


Indonesia plans to execute this year at least two foreign convicts, one from Nigeria and another from Zimbabwe, the attorney general said on Wednesday.

President Joko Widodo has pledged to increase the number of executions this year and next as part of his crackdown on drugs.

Asked if there were any foreigners on the list of convicts to be executed, Attorney General H.M. Prasetyo told reporters: “We have foreigners, among them from Nigeria and Zimbabwe.”

Leicester boss, Ranieri compares Ahmed Musa Speed to that of an aeroplane


Ahmed Musa, Nigerian international who joined English premiership champions has been described by the club’s coach, Claudio Ranieri as an ‘airplane’.

Leicester signed Musa from CSKA Moscow for a fee of £18million last week, and Ranieri believes the Nigerian will be an important part of his squad ahead of the upcoming campaign.

Ranieri, speaking at the Foxes’ pre-season training base in Austria, said Musa will bring lots of speed to an already rapid strike-force and called his team ‘the RAF’, due to their abundance of pace and style of play.

President Obama deploys US troops to South Sudan


President Barack Obama on Wednesday announced the deployment of 47 troops to crisis-ridden South Sudan to protect the US embassy and its staff.
“Although equipped for combat, this additional personnel are deployed for the purpose of protecting US citizens and property,” Obama wrote in a letter to Congress released by the White House.
Obama also said that 130 more personnel were propositioned in Djibouti and ready to deploy if necessary. While US troops will not have a combat role, their presence will not go unnoticed by rival factions.

Top Commander of IS killed in Iraq (PHOTO)


A top Islamic State group commander, Omar al-Shishani, has been killed in Iraq, the jihadist-linked Amaq agency said on Wednesday.

The Pentagon announced in March that Shishani was believed to have died of injuries received in an air strike targeting his convoy in northeastern Syria — details at odds with Amaq’s account. Citing a “military source,” Amaq said Shishani was killed “in the town of Sharqat as he took part in repelling the military campaign on the city of Mosul”, referring to the last IS-held city in Iraq. 

Iraqi forces are conducting operations to set the stage for a final push to Mosul, the country’s second city that fell to IS in June 2014. Sharqat lies on the road north to Mosul, but Iraqi forces recently bypassed the area to recapture a key military base in the Qayyarah area farther north that the Pentagon said will be a “springboard” for the push toward the city. Amaq did not specify when Shishani was killed, but the loss of the commander is a blow to the jihadist group, which has suffered a string of setbacks in Iraq this year. 

Buhari: Easy and Free Money Making Era in Nigeria is gone for good


President Muahmmadu Buhari on Wednesday said that the era of free and easy money in the country had gone for good.

Buhari made this known when he inaugurated road and drainage projects in Tsafe Local Government Area of Zamfara. He inaugurated the 20km township road and 40km drainages in Tsafe Local Government amounting to N2.1 billion.

The president also inaugurated the 75-kilometre Wanke- Danjigba-Kucheri-Kigama-Bilbis Road with seven bridges valued eight billion naira.

He vowed that his administration would enthrone good governance through vigorous prosecution of the ongoing war against corruption in the country.

Fayose to Aisha Buhari: 'Wait till 2018 to sue me for 'character assassination'


Ekiti State Governor Ayo Fayose has advised wife of the President, Mrs. Aisha Buhari, to wait till end of his tenure on October 16, 2018, to sue him for defamation on her alleged link with the Halliburton scandal.

Fayose, in a letter by his counsel, Mike Ozekhome, a copy of which was made available to reporters in Ado-Ekiti yesterday, said he enjoys constitutional immunity from civil and criminal proceedings as governor.

The governor said the statement he made regarding the alleged involvement of Mrs. Buhari in the Halliburton scandal was “correct and justified in law, having regards to a court judgment convicting Mr. William Jefferson of bribery in the case”.

The counsel to Mrs. Buhari, Mary Ekpere & Co, had written to Fayose on June 22, demanding a retraction of the governor’s statement that her client (Mrs. Buhari) was involved in the Halliburton scandal.

Secretary to the Government of the Federation explain why FG can’t implement 2016 budget


The Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Babachir David Lawal, on Wednesday declared the Federal Government cannot fully implement the N6.06 trillion 2016 budget as passed by the National Assembly.

Lawal told a joint Senate committee on Appropriations, Finance and Ethics, Privileges and Public Petitions that the revenues of the government had dropped by 50 to 60 per cent contrary to projections.

The SGF was invited by the Senate to explain his comment that the 2016 constituency projects as captured in the budget would not be implemented.

Niger Delta Revolutionary Crusaders announces two-week ceasefire


A militant group, Niger Delta Revolutionary Crusaders, NDRC, based in Bayelsa State, yesterday, declared a two-week ceasefire within which it urged President Muhammadu Buhari to review his hard-line stance to dialogue with militants and first-rate leaders of Niger Delta to prevent total devastation of crude oil export facilities in the region.

This came as the Niger Delta Avengers, NDA, accused ExxonMobil of telling lies about the bombing of its Qua Iboe 48-inch crude export pipeline on Monday.

Spokesperson of Avengers, self-appointed Brig-Gen Murdoch Agbinibo, stated: “ExxonMobil can deny or fool the general public about their export pipeline blown up on Monday. How long can they lie to their investors? Just in matter of days, the whole world will see the truth.

Rivers States APC opposes N9Billion loan for Wike


The Rivers State chapter of the All Progressives Congress has condemned the approval of N9bn loan for Governor Nyesom Wike by the state House of Assembly.

The party, which described the loan as unconscionable and wicked, alleged that the state government planned to use it for the July 30, 2016, rerun election in the state.

The state APC Chairman, Chief Davies Ikanya, made this known in a statement, on Tuesday.

According to Ikanya, the action is a sign of desperation by the governor ahead of the forthcoming election.

Group slams Melaye for allegedly threatening to beat Tinubu's wife


The Lagos chapter of the #BringBackOurGirls group has lambasted Dino Melaye for his threat to “beat up” his colleague, Oluremi Tinubu, during a disagreement in a closed-door session held by the senators.

In a statement issued Wednesday and jointly signed by Yemisi Ransome-Kuti, Aisha Oyebode, Ayo Obe, and Habiba Balogun, the group described Mr. Melaye’s actions as “disgusting”.
“While the issues of the senate and their disagreements remain strictly their issue, it is pertinent to put an end to this recurring act of threat of violence against women,” the group said in the statement also signed by Yemi Adamolekun, Abiola Akiyode-Afolabi, Ngozi Iwere, Olalere Babasola, and Adwoa Edun.

Pandemonium as DSS allegedly kills innocent female traveller in Kaduna


There was an uproar in Kaduna state on Wednesday following the killing of a woman by an operative of the Department of State Services (‎DSS).

A witness told newsmen that the incident occurred around 2pm close to Jere, a town in the state.

The security official was said to have killed her in error, as his main target reportedly escaped.

$200 Billion scam: EFCC seals First Group office in Abuja


The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) yesterday sealed a Dubai real estate firm, The First Group, over a phoney $200 billion deals.

Several documents, including a list of high profile patrons, were recovered from the premises.

The anti-graft agency is screening the list. A prominent Nigerian may have lost about $402,000 (N136.6 million).

This is the second in some of the deals, it was learnt time since May the EFCC has raided the firm, which is allegedly involved in assisting politicians to launder money in the United Arab Emirates(UAE).

Militants debut first South-west Pipeline Bombing under Buhari Regime


Weeks after killing and maiming innocent residents while raiding communities in Ogun state, suspected Niger Delta militants have blown up a gas pipeline in PZ Estate in the Ogijo area of the state.

Members of the community told Channels Television that the incident, which is the first known attack on a pipeline in the south-west under President Muhammadu Buhari, occurred late Tuesday.

Apart from Imo state in the south-east, where a Shell pipeline was blown last month, all other attacks in recent times have happened in the south-south, mainly Delta state.

The suspects in Ogun were said to have attacked the facility while pretending to be officials of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) on maintenance patrol.

Buhari's Impeachment: Ohanaeze, Afenifere, others condemn threat


The pan-Yoruba socio-cultural organisation, Afenifere, has kicked against the purported plot by a section of the Senate to impeach President Muhammadu Buhari.

The Secretary-General of Afenifere, Pa Sehinde Arogbofa, said the solution to the problem facing the country was not the impeachment of the President. He called on the National Assembly to settle whatever the problem it had with the President for the country to move forward.

Arogbofa added, “What have they done to correct the situation of the country? It is their government, it is an APC government. What have they done within their party internally to make things better? We have been hearing of corruption everywhere even among them. I don’t think they (members) are sincere with the move of saying they want to impeach the President.

Emir Sanusi: Why Fashola is a mere figure Head as Minister of Power


The Emir of Kano, Muhammad Sanusi II, has reiterated his stand that the position of power minister in Nigeria has no weight.

According to him, virtually all arms of the electricity value chain had been taken away from the control of the minister, leaving the occupant of the office with nothing to control.

The Emir stated this during a stakeholders’ workshop on Road Transport Management and Mass Transit Operations in Nigeria, organised by the Federal Ministry of Transportation in Abuja yesterday.

Herdsmen can't do without carrying daggers or machetes - Leader says


Ardo Basso, leader of the Fulani community in Enugu state, says it is not possible to prevent herdsmen from carrying “machetes and daggers”.

He said so long herdsmen do not harass residents, they can go about armed in residential areas and market places.

Basso was however opposed to the carrying of guns, calling on security agencies to arrest those caught with firearms without licence.

Basso said this on Wednesday while testifying at the commission of inquiry into the Nimbo killings in the Uzo Uwani local government area of Enugu.

Nigerian Communication Commission says they generated over N1.4trn in 90 days


Nigerian Communication Commission (NCC) has realised over N1.4 trillion in its operations in the first quarter of 2016.

Umar Danbatta, professor and executive vice chairman of the commission, said in Kano on Wednesday while paying a courtesy call on Abdullahi Ganduje, governor of the state.

Dambatta revealed that the generated money was part of their contribution to the country’s gross domestic product (GDP).

He also said “multiple taxation, coupled with obstruction of right of way for development in states of the federation has been identified as the major challenge militating against the growth and development of telecom service providers in the country”.

Conspiracy theorists says "The world will end on 29th of July"


After several predictions of the end of the world have come and gone, fresh predictions have revealed that the world would now be ending on July 29, 2016.

Conspiracy theorists have come up with fresh theories indicating that the end of days will be hitting us in another 16 days.

Armageddon News reports that the earth’s magnetic poles will flip and an extremely angry Jesus Christ will return, bringing about the end of the world.

Nigeria's Ogenyi Onazi bags brace in Lazio’s 19-0 pres-season win


Nigeria’s Ogenyi Onazi was on target twice as Lazio spanked Italian fourth division side Auronzo 19-0 in a pre-season game.

The midfielder’s strike in the 85th and 86th minute after coming on as a substitute contributed to his side’s massive win at the Rodolfo Zandegiacomo Stadium.

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