Friday 21 April 2017

Nigerian Pastor Arrested in South Africa

The wanted Nigerian pastor Tim Omotoso who was accused of sexually molesting his own church members in South Africa has finally been arrested.. A manhunt for the pastor was launched after he was accused of sexually molesting his congregants. His arrest was greeted with cheers as he was being taken away by security operatives at Port Elizabeth Airport yesterday.

CBN Reverses Cashless Policy

The Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, on Friday announced the suspension of its earlier directive on the implementation of cashless policy issued after the 493rd bankers committee meeting that held on February 8.

New & Banging: Phyno Out With New Video, So Far So Good

Unilag Female Student Abducted!

A female student of the University of Lagos has been reportedly kidnapped.

According to an eyewitness, the girl was kidnapped in front of her Kofo Hostel a few minutes ago.

New Telegraph learnt that she was bundled into a blue Toyota, with tinted glass, sometime after 4pm and whisked out of the campus with some other cars in hot pursuit alerted to the alarm raised by the abducted girl.

We further learnt that the car had been parked for some time near the hostel ostensibly waiting for their victim, who was just returning from writing her exam.

Buhari appoints new chair for Nigeria’s electricity regulatory body, NERC

President Muhammadu Buhari has nominated James Momoh, a professor, for the position of Chairman of the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC), a statement by the presidency has said.

How CBN gave NIA the N13 billion uncovered in Ikoyi, Lagos, apartment

The controversial haul of cash in local and foreign currencies recovered by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) from a residential apartment at Osborne Towers, Ikoyi, Lagos, is part of the N57.2 billion released to the National Intelligence Agency (NIA) by the Nigerian government in February 2015, Premium Times can report.

Man Sues Ex-Wife For Refund Of Wedding Expenses

A divorcee, Yusuf Saidu, on Friday approached an Upper Area Court at Karu in Abuja to seek refund of the money he spent on the wedding of his former wife.

To Ace Your Job Interview, Get into Character and Rehearse

You’ve landed an interview for the job of your dreams. You’re ideally suited for the position, and your resume is bulletproof. You’ve researched the company, the culture, the job, and the person who will be interviewing you. (Thank you, LinkedIn.) You’ve got your answers ready and selling points lined up. But when the interview starts, something’s “off.” You want to be commanding, but your nervousness gets in the way. Your voice sounds stiff. You hear yourself trying too hard, but you can’t seem to stop yourself. As the minutes tick by, your answers sound more and more like canned monologues. And your interviewer isn’t warming up — the job opportunity is slipping, slipping, slipping out of reach. 

How to Work with Someone Who Isn’t a Team Player

Do you work with someone who isn’t a team player? Maybe they’re overly focused on completing and promoting their own work. Or they don’t chip in when everyone else is scrambling to meet a deadline or pulling a presentation together. This isn’t simply frustrating; it can affect your entire group’s performance. How do you work with this person in a way that doesn’t make you resentful? And how can you encourage them to think more about the team?

CC’ing the Boss on Email Makes Employees Feel Less Trusted

Ali is sitting at his desk, clearing out his email inbox. Tamika, a colleague, has sent him a question about a client they share, and Ali isn’t entirely sure of the answer. So when he replies, he figures he’ll cc their team leader, so that she can chime in if he’s gotten anything wrong. Ali thinks nothing of it — it’s a collaborative work environment, and transparency is a good thing, right? But Tamika sees it differently. Five minutes later, she’s at Ali’s desk: “Why did you loop our boss in on that email? She’s going to think I can’t handle clients on my own!”

Cuba Gooding Sr dies: Soul singer and father of Hollywood actor found dead, aged 72

Soul singer Cuba Gooding Sr, the father of Oscar-winning actor Cuba Gooding Jr, has died.

No Phones For My Kids Until 14 - Bill Gates

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates has revealed that he limits his children’s exposure to technology.

Assassins Strike In Sokoto, Nigeria, Kill Businessman, Son

Some unidentified gunmen have killed a 50-year old businessman, Bello Danbuba and his teenage son, Aliyu, in Gandi village, Rabah Local Government Area of Sokoto State.

Sexism: Men Who Use Sexist & Homophobic Jokes Have psychological Problems - Study

There is a certain man who thinks it’s funny to suggest a woman get back in the kitchen. Or tells her not to cry when something goes slightly awry. Or asks whether it’s her ‘time of the month’ if she’s annoyed.

Mass Electrocution: Manchester United Consoles Nigerian Fans

At least seven Manchester United fans were killed and several more injured in a mass electrocution in Nigeria on Thursday night while watching their team's 2-1 Europa League victory over Anderlecht.

Another Politician In Trouble As EFCC Strikes Again

The federal government resolve to deal mercilessly with the corruption in the country may have yielded another fruit as the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) is considering declaring wanted Kantigi Liman, a former Commissioner of Local Government in Niger State, for another batch of N2billion traced to his United Bank for Africa account.

The Blind Mystic Who Predicted 9/11 Has Issued A Harrowing World War III Warning

Deep in the Balkans in Eastern Europe, a blind fortune teller saw the future, predicting several massive world events well before they even happened. Based in Bulgaria, Baba Vanga (born Vangelia Pandeva Dimitrova) was revered in Russia, and over the years, she’s predicted global warming, the 2004 Tsunami, as well as the September 11th attacks on the Twin Towers in New York. In recent times, Baba Vanga’s visions have also foreshadowed the very first African American President of the United States, as well as the rise of Islamic extremism in Europe.


Nigerians can’t receive more than 4,600MW of electricity no matter volume generated – Official

The Association of Power Generation Companies, APGC, Thursday, said it has the capacity to generate 12,000 MW to reduce the electricity needs of Nigerians.

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