Wednesday 6 September 2017

Robbery suspect expresses shock over burglary of his house

A robbery suspect, Azeez Folarin, has narrated how his house furnished with the proceeds of crime was burgled in Ibadan and the items carted away by robbers who apparently had no respect for one of their own.

Swizz Beatz joins Olamide’s #WoChallenge (Watch)

Nigerian top act Olamide‘s latest track “Wo” has been trending for quite a while now and getting wide acceptability in the pop space.

Female Sales Manager, Brother Arraigned Over Alleged Theft Of Employer’s N7.3M

A female Sales Manager with Curiosity Underwears Limited, Surulere, Lagos, Southwest, Nigeria, Muyibat Adedoyin, Suleiman, 34 is facing trial at the Igbosere Magistrate Court for allegedly conniving with his brother to steal her employer’s N7, 393, 475 proceeds she realized from sales.

How Nigeria Exited Recession – Lai Mohammed

The Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, has said that taking Nigeria out of recession did not happen by accident but a culmination of hard work and fidelity to well-articulated economic policies.

The minister spoke in Kano on Wednesday at the Fourth Annual Conference of the Association of Communication Scholars and Professionals of Nigeria.

Recession exit report not doctored – Kale

The National Bureau of Statistics on Wednesday said that its Gross Domestic Product report which showed that Nigeria exited recession in the second quarter was not politically motivated.

The Statistician-General for the Federation and Chief Executive, NBS, Dr Yemi Kale stated this during a chat with journalists in Abuja.

Another hurricane hits US, Caribbean Islands

Hurricane Irma threw its first 185 mph punch at land early Wednesday on the islands of Barbuda and Antigua and was headed for the Virgin Islands later today and then toward Puerto Rico, the National Hurricane Center said.

Group declares AI enemy of Nigeria

A Human Rights group under the aegis of Coalition in Defence of Sovereignty and Human Rights has declared an international organization, Amnesty International ( AI ) an enemy of Nigeria.

The group was reacting to the recent revelation that amnesty international had set aside over N10bn to distribute to civil society organizations (CSOs), senior lawyers to destabilize Nigeria.

US Issues 65-Day Ultimatum To Nigerian Airlines

The United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has given Nigerian airlines a 65-day ultimatum to resolve specified security issues or risk being barred from flying to its country.

The ultimatum was issued on August 24 following a visit by a team of US FAA officials who recently carried out an audit for the renewal of Nigeria’s category one safety status.

Stocks Refuse To Respond To Exit From Recession As Market Closes In The Red

Despite Nigeria exiting recession on Tuesday, the equities market closed in the red, shedding N35bn.

On the release of the second quarter Gross Domestic Product data, the market opened this week’s trading with a loss as Seplat Petroleum Production Company Plc, Julius Berger Nigeria Plc, Lafarge Africa Plc, Cadbury Nigeria Plc and Total Nigeria Plc emerged as the top five losers.

Nigerians Protest As Political Party Hijacks Nigerian’s House In South Africa

The Nigeria Union in South Africa has protested against the hijack of a house belonging to a Nigerian Baptist missionary in that country.

Barcelona president Bartomeu: Messi's Contract Has Been Signed By His Dad

Lionel Messi's contract renewal is a matter of concern for Barcelona fans, but president Josep Maria Bartomeu insists: the Argentine will continue at the club, as was announced in July.

What's going on with Leo Messi's renewal?

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