The executive secretary, Nigerian Christian Pilgrim Commission, NCPC, Rev Tor Uja, has called on the federal government to review the minimum wage with preference to teachers, stating they are the bedrock of every society.
While receiving a delegation of the National Association of Christian Re [...]
Head, European delegation, Amb Ketil Karlsen, has revealed that a lot of attention will again be drawn to Nigeria's climate challenges during the European Climate Diplomacy Week 2018, in Abuja.
According to him, human activities have a direct effect on nature which must be corrected with th [...]
Even after once benefiting from billionaire celebrity blogger, Linda Ikeji’s wealth during her incarceration in Port-Harcourt, controversial blogger cum journalist, Kemi Olunloyo, has finally opened up on why she dislikes the blogger who recently welcomed her first child in Atlanta.
She m [...]
It was an evening of fashion and glamour as fashion designers within the FCT, had their models charm the runway, with eye catching Nigerian designs as the fashion rebirth held its yearly fashion show.
The event which had the theme ‘’Embracing Our Own’’ showcased top FCT [...]
United States Ambassador to Nigeria, Mr. W. Stuart Symington, has urged young people to ensure that their votes count in the next election through active participation.
The ambassador noted that Nigeria is a primary strategic partner of the United States in Africa, as both nations share wide-ra [...]
On Thursday, September 12 2018, 28 years old Nurudeen Ilyasu, was brought down from the top of a 50 meter high mast at the Asokoro district of Abuja, after his 24 hours one man protest against President Muhammadu Buhari's government.
Mr. Ilyasu, an undergraduate of the National Open Univers [...]
Ex-drummer accuses Beyonce of ‘extreme witchcraft’
A female drummer is accusing superstar Beyonce of ‘extreme witchcraft’ and casting ‘spells’ on her.
Kimberly Thompson, who in court documents obt [...]
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