Monday 1 May 2017

Kunle Ayo Live in London II (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

South African based Nigerian Jazz guitarist Kunle Ayo staged his 2nd London concert. The Concert also featured Lokua Kanza a singer-songwriter from the Democratic Republic of the Congo. He is known for his soulful, folksy sound. Nigeria Saxophone Meastro Mike Aremu. Some upcoming artists Deena Ade, Or Moore.

Kunle Ayo

See more pictures after the cut.

MTN Nigeria sacks 280 long-serving workers, others

In one fell swoop, South African telecoms firm, MTN, on Friday sacked 280 of its employees in Nigeria, in a major job cut that affected about 15% of the company’s entire Nigerian workforce.

Dead man grabs brother’s hands in mortuary in Plateau

There was panic today at the mortuary of Plateau Specialist Hospital when the hand of the corpse of a  man being  prepared for burial suddenly grabbed  his living brother’s hand.

Anthony Joshua backed to becoming boxing’s first billionaire and out-earn David Beckham

Anthony Joshua has been backed to become boxing’s first billionaire by promoter Barry Hearn, who also claims he will overtake David Beckham’s brand after beating Wladimir Klitschko on Saturday night.

NUJ demands justice for murdered journalist

The Nigeria Union of Journalist (NUJ) has urged the Inspector General of Police, Idris Abubakar, to ensure the arrest and prosecution of the killers of Mr. Famous Giobaro, a broadcast journalist in Bayelsa State.

IPOB Names Fayose Biafra Governor As Police Warn Group Against Protesting In Abuja

Nnamdi Kanu-led Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, has bestowed Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti state, with the title of honorary governor of what it termed Biafra Republic.

May Day: Dogara wants workers salaries increased, Kogi civil servants protest

The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Yakubu Dogara, on Sunday said the Nigerian parliament would enact a new wage bill for Nigerian workers.

EFCC arrests Military officers for diverting Soldiers’ death benefits

For allegedly opening fake accounts to divert N339m benefits, The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has arrested two military officers and four others for allegedly opening fake accounts to divert N339million benefits of next-of-kin of deceased military officers and men within two months.

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