Saturday 29 April 2017

Nigeria Police confirm attempted assassination of Dino Melaye, arrest suspects

The Nigeria Police Force has circulated a press statement confirming that suspected assassins indeed made an attempt on the life of Senator Dino Melaye.

Linda Ikeji inspires young entrepreneurs

Thousands of young women gathered last weekend at the Oriental Hotel, Victoria Island to witness the maiden edition of Linda Ikeji’s self-made conference an off-shoot of the “I’d rather be self made” project. The event, which targeted aspiring and established female entrepreneurs, was organized by Africa’s famous blogger, Linda Ikeji.

Why I begged Buhari’s CSO, Bashir Abubakar — Punch Reporter

Lekan Adetayo, the Punch reporter at the heart of the latest State House expulsion controversy, has explained why he apologised to President Buhari’s Chief Security Officer.

BURN! 'The Simpsons' lampoons Donald Trump over his 100 days in White House

The Simpsons do it again and US President Donald Trump ain't gonna be pleased, at all. Trolling hard over his first 100 days, the 84-second clip aired on Fox Animated Comedy's twitter account left no stone unturned to take a dig at Donald trump and his crew.

Lai Mohammed says Senegal has the best jollof rice (VIDEO)

Minister for Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed was interviewed last night by CNN's Richard Quest who is currently in Nigeria. Quest told Lai Mohammed that there is currently a debate on which country has the best Jollof rice and asked Mohammed which country he thinks has the best jollof rice. To the uttermost surprise of Nigerians, Lai Mohammed responded Senegal.

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Saraki Threatens To Resign As Senate President Next Week

Ahead of the fulfillment of the promise to open the budget of the National Assembly to the Nigerian public, (#Opennass), the President of the Senate, Bukola Saraki, has vowed to resign, if the 2017 budget that would be sent to President Muhammadu Buhari, did not contain the details of the line by line disclosure of the budget of the National Assembly.

Customs Paid N12m Into Justice Ofili-Ajumogobia’s Account – Witness Tells Court

Musa Omale, a witness, in the trial of Justice Rita Ofili-Ajumogobia, a judge of the Federal High Court in Lagos, has alleged that the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) paid N12 million into the account of the judge.

Fyre Festival organiser explains disaster in open letter: 'We weren't experienced enough to keep up'

The co-organiser of Fyre - the festival that descended into chaos amid reports that guests were stranded at an unfinished site - has written an open letter detailing how it became such a disaster.

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