• September 30, 2020
Nigerian physician Dr. Tunji Funsho named one of TIME’s 100 Most Influential People in the world

Nigerian physician Dr. Tunji Funsho named one of TIME’s 100 Most Influential People in the world

TIME named Nigerian physician Dr. Tunji Funsho to the 2020 TIME100, its annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world. The list, now in its seventeenth year, recognizes the activism, innovation and…

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Nigerian Student Sets a New Academic Record in Russia Graduating with a rare 5.0 CPGA

Nigerian Student Sets a New Academic Record in Russia Graduating with a rare 5.0 CPGA

A Nigerian lady, Ogechukwu Ozoani has done the nation proud by bagging a first class degree from a Russian University. Ogechukwu graduated from Kazan National Research Technological University with a clean distinction by way of…

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Birth Control Pill Should Have Been Created for Men – Eric Benet. Birth Control Pill for Men Coming in 10 Years – Scientists

Birth Control Pill Should Have Been Created for Men – Eric Benet. Birth Control Pill for Men Coming in 10 Years – Scientists

American Rhythm and Blues (R&B), singer Eric Benèt shakes the table globally when he said birth control pill was created for the wrong gender. The songwriter gain plenty friends who echoed his sentiment that birth…

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Man Busted For Secretly Recording His Best Friend’s Wife In Bathroom

Man Busted For Secretly Recording His Best Friend’s Wife In Bathroom

A young man was busted for secretly planting his phone in the washroom to apparently record his friend’s wife in there. The suspect first denied he didn’t know how his phone was strategically positioned in…

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Cameroonian Soldiers Blinded & Shot To Death Two Woman & Two Children 22 Times: justice is served

Cameroonian Soldiers Blinded & Shot To Death Two Woman & Two Children 22 Times: justice is served

Four Cameroonian soldiers, captured on a video that circulated in 2018, have been sentenced to 10 years for their roles in shooting dead two women and two children in 2015. A fifth soldier was sentenced…

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11-Yr-old Defending Champion Died  During Beer Drinking Contest in Malawi

11-Yr-old Defending Champion Died During Beer Drinking Contest in Malawi

Malawi has come under criticism as an 11-year-old boy, who is defending champion in a drinking contest in Malawi, died during the final stage. The social media is agog with comments that the southeastern African…

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Africa To Become Capital of World Tourism as Egypt Sets to Transform Giza

Africa To Become Capital of World Tourism as Egypt Sets to Transform Giza

The Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities aims to transform Giza into the capital of world tourism by transforming the areas surrounding the Pyramids of Giza and the Grand Egyptian Museum into a unified colossal…

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Boyfriend Helped Woman  Cut Off Her Own Hand To Claim £925,000 Insurance Payout

Boyfriend Helped Woman Cut Off Her Own Hand To Claim £925,000 Insurance Payout

A woman from Slovenia, Julia Adlesic (22) who premeditatedly sawed off her own hand to claim £925,000 insurance payout has been sentenced to two years in prison. The boyfriend, Sebastien Abramov had searched the internet…

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United Nations Reacts as Nigeria Sentences 13-yr-old Boy to 10-years Imprisonment for Blasphemy

United Nations Reacts as Nigeria Sentences 13-yr-old Boy to 10-years Imprisonment for Blasphemy

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has reacted to the sentencing of 13-year-old Umar Farouq to 10 years in prison for blasphemy in Kano, Nigeria. Peter Hawkins, UNICEF representative in Nigeria who released a statement…

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Islamic Movement of Nigeria Battles Pete Edochie for Misrepresenting Their Leader in a Movie

Islamic Movement of Nigeria Battles Pete Edochie for Misrepresenting Their Leader in a Movie

Banned religious group, Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN), has lashed out Nollywood actor, Pete Edochie who raised alarm early this week that his life was being threatened after photos and video clips showing him playing…

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