Police rescue 50 stranded foreigners in Lagos building

Police in Lagos State have rescued at least 50 foreigners, from neighboring African countries, some of them children, from a duplex on Omola Road, in the Edemola area of Epe, Lagos. According to Report, the rescued persons, all foreigners, were kept in the building by a gang of job scammers Findings at the Okeoyibo Police Division where the rescued persons were taken, revealed that they were from Cameroon and Gabon. Investigations, according to the police, indicated that they were deceived by the ring leaders of a Cameroonian job scam gang that there were job opportunities in Nigeria. The victims, as

By |March 17th, 2024|Categories: News|0 Comments

“She no fine reach my baby at All” – 2Face replies fan who compared Tiwa Savage with Annie Idibia

  Veteran singer, Innocent Idibia, popularly known as 2Baba or 2Face, responds to a comparison made by a fan between his wife, Annie Idibia and singer  Tiwa Savage. The actress who has been out of the country for a while posted photos on her Instagram page to announce her return to Nigeria. Among the pictures she shared in a private jet was a screenshot of a fan’s comment comparing her to Tiwa Savage. The fan, identified as Chikwado, expressed admiration for Annie’s style and questioned why she was giving off Tiwa Savage’s vibe, showing love and appreciation for her. “Mummy why

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Tinubu Sacks Buhari’s Son-in-law

    President Bola Tnubu has sacked the son in-law of former President Mohammadu Buhari, Junaid Abdullah as the Director-General of the Border Communities Development Agency (BCDA), just under 2 years to wrap up his second four-year term as that Agency’s head.   Tinubu in his place, approved the appointment of Dakorinama Alabo George, an ex-Commissioner for Works in Rivers State as a replacement to Junaid Abdullah.   Alabo George holds a PhD in Construction Management; an MSc in Quantity Surveying and Construction Engineering, and a B.Tech in Quantity Surveying.   He is a fellow of the Certified Institute of

By |March 15th, 2024|Categories: News|0 Comments

Tinubu Sacks Buhari’s Son-in-law

  Nigerian President, Bola Tinubu President Bola Tnubu has sacked the son in-law of former President Mohammadu Buhari, Junaid Abdullah as the Director-General of the Border Communities Development Agency (BCDA), just under 2 years to wrap up his second four-year term as that Agency’s head.   Tinubu in his place, approved the appointment of Dakorinama Alabo George, an ex-Commissioner for Works in Rivers State as a replacement to Junaid Abdullah.   Alabo George holds a PhD in Construction Management; an MSc in Quantity Surveying and Construction Engineering, and a B.Tech in Quantity Surveying.   He is a fellow of the

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Oba Olakulehin To Emerge New Olubadan Of Ibadan

    By Yetunde Ogunmola The Balogun of Ibadanland, Owolabi Olakulehin is set to become the next Olubadan of Ibadan following the passing of Oba Dr. Mohood Lekan Balogun, Alli Okunmade II, the 42nd Olubadan of Ibadanland. However, this will be subject to the approval of Governor Seyi Makinde. Olakulehin, the Balogun of Ibadanland, is the head of the military line of the Olubadan system. Olakulehin, who heads the Balogun line, is older than his predecessor. But his actual age could not be determined as of press time. He hails from Ita Baale in Ibadan North East Local Government and

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FG TO PARTNER ONDO GOVT ON LOW-COST HOUSING PROJECT

        The federal government says plans are underway to build 1000 units of low-cost houses in Ondo State as part of the first phase of its affordable housing initiative.   The Managing Director and Chief Executive of the Federal Housing Authority, Hon. Oyetunde Ojo, disclosed this during a courtesy visit to the Governor of Ondo State, Hon Lucky Orimisan Aiyedatiwa, in Akure.   He was accompanied on the visit by the FHA's Executive Director, Business Development, Alhaji Umar Abdullahi Dankane, Executive Director, Estate Services, Arch. Ezekiel Ntok, the General Manager, Legal and Secretary to the Board, Barrister

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Lawyer dragged to court for refusing to pay for sex worker’s service

  By Miracle Ogunde A sex worker, Queeneth John, has reportedly dragged a 26-year-old lawyer, Ekunife Emmanuel to court in Abuja for refusing to pay for her service. The lawyer was accused of breaking the law by not paying her, hurting her, and causing trouble. The problem started when the woman, Queeneth John, who works as a sex worker in Wuse Zone 5, Abuja, reported to the police on March 12. She said that on March 11, around 10 p.m., Emmanuel approached her while she was selling things in Wuse. He took her to Bannex Plaza, promising to pay her

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Ondo govt approves N3.47b for rural access, agricultural marketing project

    Ondo State Government has approved the sum of N3.47 billion counterpart funds for the Rural Access and Agricultural Marketing Project (RAAMP).     The fund was approved during Ondo State Executive Council meeting held on 13th of March, 2024.     Addressing newsmen at a press briefing in coco conference hall on Thursday, The Special Adviser on information and strategy to Governor Aiyedatiwa, Akogun Olugbenga Omole added that the Project would see many feeder roads asphalted to connect rural dwellers to cities and drive the economy of the State through Agriculture, while other life impacting community projects are

By |March 14th, 2024|Categories: News|0 Comments

Bandits Demand N1Billion Ransom For Abducted Kaduna Schoolchildren, Workers

      Gunmen who kidnapped 286 students and staff in Kaduna have demanded a sum of N1 billion for their release.   The schoolchildren, some older students and members of the school staff were abducted on March 7 in the town of Kuriga, in Nigeria's northwestern Kaduna State, in the first mass kidnapping in the country since 2021.   According to Reuters, a community leader, Jubril Aminu, who acts as a spokesman for the families of the hostages, said he received a call on his phone from the kidnappers on Tuesday.   "They made a total of a 1

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Budget Padding Allegation: Senators Finally Reveal Amount They Received

  By Our Correspondent In the ongoing debate over alleged misallocation of funds for constituency projects, senators have come forward to clarify the amounts they received from the 2024 budget. Contrary to earlier claims of receiving N500 million each, a Labour Party lawmaker, Senator Tony Nwoye and Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe disclosed receiving lower sums. Senator Nwoye, representing Anambra North, stated that he was allocated N250 million for intervention projects, while Senator Abaribe, representing Abia South, confirmed receiving N266 million. These revelations contradict previous assertions made during a heated Senate session, where Senator Jarigbe Jarigbe alleged that some senior senators had

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