BREAKING: Protest rocks Osun over petrol, electricity hike

Youths have trooped to streets in Osogbo, capital of Osun state to protest the hike in petrol and electricity tariff. The Federal Government on Wednesday through the Petroleum Pricing Marketing Company (PPMC) increased the ex-depot price of petrol from N138 to NN151.56 per litre, triggering marketers to increase pump price from N148 to N162 per […]

Man Harrass Nigerian Lady For Wearing A Short Dress In A Foreign Country (Video)

In the video, the Nigerian man was heard threatening to assault the lady who he accused of losing her African morals upon arriving the country. A video has surfaced online showing the moment captured an unidentified Nigerian man harassed a Nigerian lady for wearing a short dress. In the incident which happened in a foreign […]

Graphic Photos Of Two Policeman Who Died In Oshiomhole’s Convoy Accident

Two police officers died a most horrible death during an accident involving the convoy of Adams Oshiomhole. Photos of the two police officers who died during an accident involving the convoy of Adams Oshiomhole have emerged. One of the police officers was identifeid as Akoms Ability. Adams Oshiomhole mourned the two policemen saying that one […]

Nigerian Mother Of Five Opens Up On Why She Dumped Her Newborn Baby

The single mother of five has revealed what led her to abandon her new child A single mum of five, Dupe Alabi who was recently apprehended after she dumped her newborn baby just after delivery in Ogbomosho, Oyo state, has opened up on why she took the drastic decision to dump her own child. In […]

UK Court Grants Nigeria Relief From $9bn Judgment Debt

Nigeria has won its case against the Process & Industrial Developments Limited and will no longer pay the $9 billion judgment debt. Recall that in August 2019, a British judge ordered the Nigerian government to pay $9 billion in assets to the firm. The P&ID had reached a deal with the Nigerian government in 2010 […]

Resident Doctors Threatens To Kick-Start Indefinite Strike On Monday

The National Association of Resident Doctors will kick start an indefinite nationwide strike next Monday. The National President of the association, Dr. Aliyu Sokomba, in a communique issued at the end of the virtual National Executive Council meeting of the association, held on Wednesday said the strike would continue until its demands were met.available to […]

Coronavirus: Belgium’s steady decrease slows down

An average of 439.4 people per day tested positive for the new coronavirus (Covid-19) in Belgium during the past week, according to the latest figures by Sciensano on Friday. The trend of new infections per day decreased by 8% over the 7-day period from 25 to 31 August. The average number of new confirmed coronavirus […]

Man nabbed for attempting to cut off woman’s breast in Anambra motel (Graphic photos)

41-year-Old Ogbonna Nwankwo has been arrested by operatives of the Anambra State Police Command for allegedly attempting to kill a woman, Bella Joseph, aged 29, and cutting off her breast yesterday. Disclosing this to newsmen, spokesman of the command, Haruna Mohammed, said Ogbonna took Bella to Dollar Inn Motel in Ihite, Orumba South Local Government […]

President Buhari okays 5000MT of maize for farmers at subsidised rate

Amid complaints, President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the release of 5000 metric tonnes of maize from the Strategic Grains Reserve to the Poultry Association of Nigeria (PAN) at a subsidised rate of N90,000. The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), recently, removed importers of the grain from its forex list, resulting in price hike of N170,000 […]

100 days of protests against police violence, racism in Portland

Portland this weekend marks 100 days since protests erupted in the western US city to denounce police brutality and racism, shining a spotlight on a deeply polarized America as it prepares for high-stakes elections. The nightly protests, sparked by the death of George Floyd while in police custody in Minneapolis in May, escalated sharply in […]

Brazil’s coronavirus cases top four million

More than 7,000 healthcare workers have died worldwide from coronavirus, according to Amnesty International, with Mexico logging the highest death toll among medical staff. Brazil’s caseload topped four million as Australia extended its ban on international travel for three more months and New Zealand announced it will retain current restrictions until mid-September as a precautionary […]

Daniel Prude: Officers suspended over death of black man in New York

Seven police officers have been suspended over the death of a black man in New York who suffocated after being restrained. Daniel Prude, 41, died a week after police put a spit hood over his head and held him down for two minutes until he stopped breathing. He was taken off life support in hospital […]

Berlusconi hospitalised as ‘precaution’ after positive virus test

Italy’s former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi, who recently tested positive for the novel coronavirus, has been hospitalised “as a precaution”, a statement from his entourage said Friday. It said the media tycoon was taken to San Raffaele hospital in Milan on Thursday night after suffering “certain symptoms”, but there was “no cause for concern.” The […]

France shuts 22 schools after Covid-19 outbreaks

French education minister Jean-Michel Blanquer said on Friday 22 schools were closed in France due to cases of COVID-19. “In mainland France, there are currently 12 schools closed out of a total of over 60,000, which is a small figure. Adding 10 schools in La Reunion (island), that makes it 22,” Blanquer told Europe 1 […]