EFCC arrests 80 PoS vendors in Ondo for selling naira
It’s the devil, says man who impregnated daughter in Ogun
‘We are sorry ‘ — 594 ex-insurgents beg Nigerians
Sokoto pioneer APC chairman, Danmadamin Isa, dead
Plateau residents decry impact of cash shortage on lifestyle
Violence that marred 2023 elections
Bus-train accident: Lagos to charge driver with manslaughter
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Youth leader, four others killed in fresh herders attack in Benue
By Peter Duru, Makurdi A youth leader and four others have been reportedly killed in a fresh suspected armed herdsmen attack on two communities in Agatu and Otukpo Local Government Areas, LGAs, of Benue state. It was gathered that the affected communities in the latest incidents which occurred Thursday evening were Atakpa in Agatu LGA […]
Gorillas put farmers on edge in C’River
Communities in Boki and Akamkpa Local Government Areas of Cross River said stray gorillas and elephants are posing risk to them and their means of livelihood. They also expressed concern that the animals were beginning to pose threat to the lives of people in the communities, especially older women and children. Members of the communities […]
Convicted Nigerian woman extradited to U.S. over illicit payment
A convicted Nigerian fugitive, Florence Enwerim Onyegbu, was on Thursday, extradited to the United States of America, where she is wanted to answer to criminal charges bordering on the violation of the U.S. law involving the offer and payment of illegal remuneration in a health care matter.
Man breaks up with girlfriend for receiving ‘lap dance’ from Chris Brown
An unidentified man from Tiktok has announced that he has broken up with his girlfriend after she got on stage with Chris Brown and received a lap dance from the American singer. According to the Mirror, the livid boyfriend unleashed the footage of his ex-girlfriend receiving a lap dance from Chris during a concert in […]
Nnamdi Kanu’s brother appeals extra-rendition’s case in UK – IPOB lawyer
“The UK High Court has now joined the Nigerian High court and Court of Appeal and the United Nations in recognising, correctly, that my brother was subject to extraordinary rendition. That is something of importance.
Charles III visit to France postponed over protests
A planned visit to France from Sunday by King Charles III has been postponed due to ongoing protests over pension reform, the French presidency announced. “Given the announcement yesterday of another national day of protests against pension reform on Tuesday March 28, the visit of Charles III, initially scheduled from 26-28 March, has been postponed,” […]
South Korean fugitive cryptocurrency boss arrested in Montenegro
Kwon has previously denied he was in hiding but never revealed his location, but news of his arrest was first shared by Montenegro’s interior minister Filip Adzic, who said on Twitter that “one of the world’s most wanted fugitives” had been detained at Podgorica’s airport.
US, Canada sign pact to reject asylum seekers
The new US-Canada agreement could take effect quickly as it does not require the approval of the US Congress.
French protesters allegedly set Bordeaux town hall ablaze
Protesters in their continued demonstrations against the French government’s plans to raise the pension age has set Bordeaux town hall on fire.
U.S, Canada reach deal on asylum seekers
The United States and Canada have reached a deal aimed at stopping asylum seekers from entering the shared land border via unofficial crossings.
Police arrest Pastor for alleged rape, murder in Ondo
A 37-year-old pastor, Kayode Salami, has been arrested by police detectives over the alleged rape and murder of a nursing mother, Adejoke Oloje in ldanre, Ondo state.
Ekweremadu, wife, doctor found guilty of organ trafficking in UK
A former Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu, with his wife, Beatrice, and their doctor have been convicted of organ trafficking, in the first verdict of its kind under the Modern Slavery Act.A former Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu, with his wife, Beatrice, and their doctor have been convicted of organ trafficking, in the first verdict of its kind under the Modern Slavery Act.
ICPC to re-arraign ex-Jamb registrar, Ojerinde in Court
The Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission, ICPC, will today (Friday) re-arraign a former Registrar of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, JAMB, Prof. Dibu Ojerinde before Justice Inyang Edem Ekwo of the Federal High Court, Maitama, Abuja.
Trump gave ‘false expectation’ of arrest — New York prosecutor
Donald Trump created a “false expectation” of his imminent arrest, the New York prosecutor investigating the ex-president over hush money said Thursday, as tensions build over a possible indictment. The comments come amid uncertainty over when a grand jury hearing the case will take a vote on charging Trump, a historic move that would inflame […]
Ukraine children held by Russia reunited with parents
Moments after the bus returning him and more than a dozen other children from Russian-held territory arrived in Kyiv, a ten-year-old boy jumped straight into his father’s arms. Denys Zaporozhchenko held his son and kissed his forehead, before also hugging his two daughters who were among the 17 children separated from their parents for months. […]
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