Friday, March 18, 2016

Ghanaians need to pay attention to terror attacks - Mahama


President John Mahama address Ghanaians in Scotland

President John Mahama has charged Ghanaians to be alert for any form of terror attacks in the country.

His warning follows attacks in Burkina Faso and Ivory Coast last week, which killed several people and destroyed properties.
According to him, the National Security Council has assessed the threat that terrorists pose to Ghana.
The National Security Council of Ghana on Wednesday issued a warning on a possible terror attack, asking Ghanaians to be wary and security conscious.

Windows 10 Mobile replaces Windows Phone 8.1 from today.


That's it, smartphones using the penultimate version of the Microsoft OS will finally be able to be upgraded to Windows 10 Mobile, the latest release.

And to do that, we must first ensure that the device is compatible.

Nike starts mass-producing self-lacing sneakers

It's been a long time since we've been promised the hoverboards and self-lacing Nikes that we saw and loved in the Back to the future movies. To be fair, we've already seen both hoverboards and self-tying sneakers, but they were only prototypes, so it wasn't anything that we could actually get our hands on. Now, Nike has finally announced that it teamed up with Michael J. Fox and has started mass-producing its first sneaker with "adaptive lacing" technology, the HyperAdapt 1.0.

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Dangote Opens Tomato Factory In Kano To Vie With Chinese Imports

The Dangote Group, owned by Africa’s richest man, Aliko Dangote, has opened a tomato-processing factory near Nigeria’s northern city of Kano aimed at vying for the local market with imports from China.

I'll Expose How Elite Conspired To Ruin Nigeria: Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari has said that Nigerians would soon see how some of the elite conspired to ruin the country. Speaking in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea yesterday at an interaction with members of the Nigerian community, the president emphasised that he would be relentless in pursuing all those who abused public trust.
Buhari, who was on a two-day visit to the country for talks with President Obiang Nguema Mbasogo on measures to protect the people and resources of the Niger Delta and Gulf of Guinea, reiterated that his administration’s war against corruption would remain “fearless, relentless and merciless”.

FG's N3.1 trillion revenue loss traced to an individual

Apparently believing that he had heard and seen the worst of how corrupt practices have brought Nigeria to her knees, President Muhammadu Buhari, last week, almost lost his cool when it was brought to his attention that a whopping $16 billion – at the official exchange rate of N196, this comes to N3.136 trillion; while, with the parallel market rate of N315, it comes to a whopping N5.04trillion) of the nation's crude oil revenue loss could be traced to some sharp practices by some individuals in Nigeria's oil and gas sector.

The quantum of funds in question are revenue that ought to have accrued to the Federal Government of Nigeria through oil-lifting deals which are now subject of intensive investigations.

We have Return $723 Million Abacha Loot To Nigeria In 10 Years :Switzerland

The Swiss government has confirmed that it has so far returned $723 million (about N142.43 billion) of stolen funds ceased from the family of the late former head of state, Sani Abacha, to the Nigerian government over the last 10 years.
The amount excludes $321million (about N63.24 billion) which the Swiss authorities recently said recently it was planning to repatriate to Nigeria.
These details are contained in the agreement signed on March 8, 2016 in Abuja by representatives of the Swiss Federal Council and the Nigerian government.
The agreement, titled “Letter of Intent on the restitution of illegally-acquired assets forfeited in Switzerland,” was signed by Nigeria’s Attorney-General and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, and the Swiss Head of Foreign Affairs Department, Didier Burkhalter.

Am On Tour To Understand Causes Of Nigeria’s Epileptic Power Supply: Fashola

Nigeria’s Power Minister, Babatunde Fashola, has stated that he’ll do all in his power to end the epileptic power supply bedeviling the nation.

When quizzed recently by newsmen whether there would be an end to the epileptic power supply in the country, the minister noted that having been properly briefed “in papers, files and memos” since he assumed office, of the situation in the sector, he had taken it upon himself to go round the country and have an on the spot assessment of the situation.

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

We’ve Overcome Boko Haram, Buhari Tells Investors

President Muhammadu Buhari on Monday told investors that Nigeria had overcome the security challenges hitherto posed by terrorists and extremists in the North-East.

Buhari spoke in Abuja at the 6th African Petroleum Congress and Exhibition which had the theme ‘Positioning African Petroleum for Global Development and Value Addition.’

The President, who was represented by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, urged investors at the international gathering to consider investing in Nigeria, as he assured them that the country was safe for their investments.

Fani-kayode, Falae, Udenwa, Nenadi, Onwuliri In N3.145billion Fraud

Investigators at the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission said Monday they had uncovered evidence showing how prominent politicians, mostly from the opposition Peoples Democratic Party, allegedly shared N3.145billion in the build up to the 2015 presidential election.
Named in the alleged bazaar are a former aviation minister and director of media for the Goodluck Jonathan Campaign organization, Femi Fani-kayode; former Secretary to the Government of the Federation and leader of the Social Democratic Party, Olu Falae; a former finance minister, Nenadi Usman; a former Imo state governor, Achike Udenwa; former minister of state for foreign affairs, Viola Onwuliri and politician Okey Ezenwa

Oil And Gas Exploration To Begin In North-East – Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday disclosed that his administration has plans to extend oil and gas exploration into new fields in the Lake Chad Basin in the North East and in the coastal states, like Lagos, where oil has been discovered in commercial quantity.

The president, who was represented by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, disclosed that, as part of strategies to reposition the Nigerian oil and gas industry, his government had commenced the process of implementing carefully conceived initiatives which would see the country hitting a production target of 2.8 million barrels per day (bpd) of crude oil.


Sir, in more civilized climes and especially in the event of a catastrophic loss of lives, sensitive and politically astute Presidents fly back from foreign trips or cancel international meetings altogether, no matter how important. Their goal is to take charge of the situation back home and calm the public's fears and concerns. Not you Mr. President. You are about to jet off again. This time to Equatorial Guinea.

Two weeks ago, I provided detailed reports about the carnage in Benue State. Reports that were later confirmed by the media. Last week, several towns and villages in Adamawa State were sacked by Islamist Fulani herdsmen. This weekend, the Rector of Ekiti University announced the destruction of millions of Naira worth of farmland and crops by Fulani herdsmen. Also, this weekend, none other than former Nigerian Senate President David Mark and his security detail were brazenly attacked by Fulani marauders while inspecting Agatu and surrounding areas in Benue State. Such is the defiance, fearlessness, and determination of the Fulani nomads. They really don't give a rat's behind about who is or is not in any convoy.

Provide Pre-paid Meters To Nigerians Now, FG Orders Discos

ENUGU – The Federal Government has given marching orders to Electricity Distribution Companies, DISCOs, in the country to supply pre- paid meters to electric consumers without further delay.

The Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Mr Babatunde Fashola, SAN, made this known at the end of his third monthly meeting with operators in the power sector at the Ugwuaji Transmission Station, Enugu, Monday.

Fashola said that the meeting discussed the issue of availability of gas, volatility of the foreign exchange market, financial capability of discos as well as difficulties in of pricing gas in dollars instead of the local currency among others, adding that discos must meet their responsibilities of meeting the demands of their customers to supply them with pre-paid meters to avoid estimated billings.

Mixed Fortunes As Electricity Generation Hits 4,068MW

Fashola urges Discos to provide metres

Electricity consumers in the country may not be smiling yet as generation yesterday hit 4,068 mega watts still assessed as abysmally low.

Though consumers were expected to be experiencing some respite from the recent days of darkness the transmission line that tripped from Egbin Power Station yesterday may have further dampened rising hopes.

This is coming as the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) confirmed that about 21 power plants were presently operation across the country, while some units are facing setback due to transmission, water management and rainfall challenges.

Monday, March 14, 2016

Nigerians To Be Deported From UK For Earning Less Than £35K

Nigerians, from next month, non-EU migrants in the UK earning less than £35,000 will be deported.

The new Home Office policy, which comes into force on April 6, applies to all overseas workers who have been in the UK for five years on a Tier 2 visa.

If they can’t prove that they’re earning more than £35,000, they will be denied settlement and will face deportation.

Teachers, IT professionals and journalists could all be badly affected.

CBN suspends deputy governor, directors for fraud

The CBN had on Thursday night said it had uncovered what it described as a highly sophisticated plot to defraud the bank by some people.
The bank said in a statement by the Acting Director, Corporate Communications, Isaac Okoroafor, that while preliminary investigations had not revealed any accomplices within the bank, some personnel within the CBN had been placed on suspension.
The nature of the fraud was not specified in the statement.
It, however, said the need to place the officials on suspension was to allow for proper investigations by the relevant authorities.

Breast Cancer Trial Kills Tumours In 11 Days

Breast cancer chemotherapy research
Around a quarter of women given a combined treatment of drugs in a clinical study saw their tumours shrink or disappear.
Using Herceptin together with another powerful breast cancer drug before surgery could shrink or destroy tumours in just 11 days, a study has found.
Some patients may be spared chemotherapy if they are given a combination of the drugs Tyverb (lapatinib) and Herceptin (trastuzumab) immediately after diagnosis, according to the research by a team of British doctors.
The medics, who presented their study to experts at the European Breast Cancer Conference in Amsterdam, said their findings had “groundbreaking potential”.

Olajumoke Orisaguna Officially Become's Face Of Payporte's 1KStore

Payporte and Olajumoke's relationship continues to grow stronger as the fast growing model has become the official face of Payporte's Customer favorite and highly successful 1k-Store. With the current economic realities, Payporte continues to show its customers that no matter the situation of things, they will still have the best products at the best prices.

Police in Kenya bursts and ban house parties where “No one goes back home a virgin”

Everyone in Kenya has been talking and screaming about these parties, especially parents. 

"One night to lose your mind", No one goes back home a virgin”, these are  some of the ‘catchy’ words used in the “Project X” posters to attract as many teens as possible to attend a type of wild, daring parties that have become a trend among Kenyan teens.

In these parties, attendees ared allowed to do anything they want (by ANYTHING, they mean; drink like never before, have sex and do all ratchet things under one roof).

Manufacturers forced by dollar scarcity turn to local raw materials.

The scarcity of foreign exchange has forced some manufacturers to look inwards for raw materials, investigation has shown.

Manufacturers who spoke to our correspondent said they had embarked on urgent search for raw materials and substitutes that could be sourced locally because access to forex through the official route was near impossible while getting it through the black market was very expensive.

The fall in global oil prices has weakened the naira against the dollar while the Central Bank of Nigeria maintains an official exchange rate of N197 to a dollar.

Sunday, March 13, 2016

Women raped 'as reward for fighters' in South Sodan

Militias allied to the South Sudanese army have been allowed to rape women in lieu of wages while fighting rebels, a UN report says.Investigators found that 1,300 women had been raped last year in oil-rich Unity State alone, it said.
The army operated a "scorched earth" policy to deliberately target civilians for killing and rape, which amounted to war crimes, the UN said.
The government denies its army targeted civilians but says it is investigating.

US President Barack Obama warned White House contenders against campaign anger

"What the folks who are running for office should be focused on is how we can make it even better - not insults and schoolyard taunts and manufacturing facts, not divisiveness along the lines of race and faith," said Obama.

US President Barack Obama has warned White House contenders to avoid raising tensions, a day after a rally by Donald Trump was called off amid clashes.

Friday, March 11, 2016

Dr. Ben Carson Endorse Trump His Former Rival

Ben CarsonFormer Republican candidate Ben Carson has endorsed onetime rival Donald Trump, boosting the tycoon ahead of what could be the decisive week in the race for the party’s presidential nomination.

The retired neurosurgeon joined Mr Trump in a news conference on Friday morning at the real estate tycoon’s Mar-a-Lago club in Palm Beach, Florida.
Mr Carson said: “I’ve come to know Donald Trump over the last few years. He is actually a very intelligent man who cares deeply about America. “There’s two different Donald Trumps. There’s the one you see on the stage and there’s the one who’s very cerebral.”

Boko-Haram: Jonathan Spent N2.2bn On Prayers

Fresh revelations emanating from the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) have it that ex-president Goodluck Jonathan spent about N2.2billion on prayers to fight Boko Haram.
The Nation gathered from an executive director of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Aminu Baba-Kusa, that the money was spent on prayers in Nigeria and Saudi Arabia to win the war against insurgency in the country.
This latest development is not part of the $2.1billion arms fund for which former National Security Adviser (NSA) Colonel Sambo Dasuki is being tried.
The monies for the prayer, it was gathered, was disbursed through t

22,000 ISIS members names, addresses, family details, date of birth and next of kin Leaked

In what could be the biggest breakthrough in the fight against Terrorism, a cache of documents containing the personal information of 22,000 ISIS jihadists in Syria and Iraq has been retrieved by U.K intelligence chiefs after a disgruntled recruit stole the memory card of ISIS' leader.

Lekki Gardens MD Richard Nyong, detained at Panti over building collapse

Following the collapse of a five-storey building under construction on Kushenla Road, Ikate Elegushi, Lekki on Tuesday, the Police on Thursday said Richard Nyong, the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Lekki Gardens, the construction company behind the collapsed building, has been detained at Panti Police Station.

Police Public Relations Officer in Lagos, Mrs. Dolapo Badmos, who confirmed Nyong’s arrest, said he will be charged to court as soon as investigations are completed.


Behind The Scenes pics from Mania magazine's shoot with former bread seller Olajumoke, shot by Kelechi Amadi-Obi.

Buhari Lied, Boko Haram Still Holds Territory In Nigeria - US Commander

Boko Haram is still holding territory in Northern Nigeria, commander of the US Africa Command (USAFRICOM), General David Rodriguez, has said.

General Rodriguez’s claim challenges Nigeria’s official position on the seven-year old insurgency that has so far claimed about 20,000 lives and displaced 2.5 million people.

Rodriguez’s assertion comes almost two months after President Muhammadu Buhari told the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Mr. Ban Ki Moon, that the terrorist group was no longer “holding any territory as we speak.”

Buhari Relocates 184 Officials Over Budget Padding

President Muhammadu Buhari Thursday, made good his threat to deal ruthlessly with top civil servants who altered figures in the 2016 budget thereby making nonsense of his zero budget plan. No fewer than 184 top budget officials were flushed out of budget duties and sent to establishments that have little or nothing to do with budget, as a punishment for their roles in padding this year’s fiscal document, now before the National Assembly.

A top official in the Budget office confirmed that 22 top officers from the Budget Office of the Federation were affected in the mass deployment. The rest were moved away from budget-related duties in other Ministries, Departments and Agencies, MDAs. Vanguard learnt that out of the 22 top officials indicted in the budget office, four were directors on Level 17, six were deputy directors while 12 were Assistant directors.

Nigeria To Create 400,000 Jobs Via Pencils Making

Nigeria plans to open the first pencil plant in West Africa in 2018
Government officials believe this will create at least 400,000 jobs
Pencils are seen as a way to kickstart a manufacturing industry

(CNN)With the value of oil and the Naira currency in decline, Nigeria is turning to old-fashioned pencils to provide relief.

The Minister of Science and Technology, Ogbonnaya Onu, recently announced that the first pencil plant in West Africa would start production in 2018.


Troops of 7 Multinational Joint Task Force Brigade Quick Response Group (QRG) stationed in Baga and 118 Task Force Battalion, sprang an ambush along Daban Masara axis used by Boko Haram terrorists elements to convey logistics on Thursday. At the encounter, one of the suspected wanted Boko Haram terrorists leaders who is serial number 95 on the first Nigerian Army wanted list of 100 Boko Haram terrorists leaders, was fatally wounded in the exchange of fire.

See The Bill That Made It To The 2nd Reading At The House of Representative

A bill for an Act to reduce incident of unsolicited telephone calls and text messages received by consumers, on Thursday in Abuja, passed the second reading in the House of Representatives. The bill, sponsored by Rep. Aliyu Madaki (Kano-APC), was intended to provide a legal framework to stop the sending of unsolicited ringtones and text messages to mobile phone subscribers.

Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Chelsea to lose at least £40m if they fail to qualify for Champions League...

Chelsea squad train ahead of their Champions League last-16 second leg clash against Paris Saint-GermainIt's all or nothing for Chelsea against Paris Saint-Germain on Wednesday night in a Champions League last-16 second leg that can be considered last chance saloon to make this a successful season.
Failure to qualify for Europe's elite competition next term is set to cost at least £40million and even more if sponsors jump ship, while transfers in and out of the club could take a hit too.

George Martin, ‘the fifth Beatle,’ dies at 90

George Martin, the man often considered to be “the fifth Beatle” and who signed the world’s most beloved band when no one else would, has died at 90.
Martin, a producer and musician himself, produced a majority of The Beatles’ music and was behind 23 of the band’s No. 1 singles in the U.S. and 30 in the U.K., making him Guinness World Records’ most successful producer ever.

Beatles drummer Ringo Starr shared the news on Twitter, writing “Peace and love… George will be missed.

Building Collapse: Lagos halts Lekki Gardens' Construction

Read the press statement below...
The Lagos State Government has expressed its condolences over the death of construction site workers who lost their lives on Tuesday as a result of the collapse of a five-storey building under construction on Kushenla Road, Ikate Elegushi, Lekki. In a press release issued on Wednesday and signed by the Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Mr. Steve Ayorinde, the Lagos State Government also announced that 

Housemaid And, Artisans To Pay Taxes In Lagos

The Lagos State Government on Tuesday announced that it had widened its tax net to include domestic workers and artisans.

The Chairman of the Lagos State Internal Revenue Service (LIRS), Mr Olufolarin Ogunsanwo, made the announcement at a news conference in Alausa.

He said that the new tax regime was in line with Gov. Akinwunmi Ambode administration’s inclusion of every resident to the growth of the state.

Ogunsanwo said the agency had commenced the process of overhauling the informal sector with a view to ensuring voluntary compliance by all tax payers.

Buhari Unbundles NNPC Into 7 Units

President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday approved the immediate unbundling of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, into seven independent operational units.
The Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Ibe Kachikwu, who announced the unbundling of the national oil company in Abuja, said five of the seven operational units will be strictly business-focussed in line with global best practices of national oil companies.
The new units include those for Upstream, Downstream, Gas & Power, Refineries, Ventures, Corporate Planning & Services and Finance and Accounts.

Switzerland Gives Nigeria Conditions For Returning $321m Abacha Loot

Switzerland has given conditions for repatriating $321m looted fund to Nigeria.

Part of the conditions is that the fund will be used for projects that will benefit Nigerians and they (the projects) must be monitored by the World Bank.

The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Geoffery Onyeama said that the government was working on the modalities for the repatriation.

Oil Price Hits Three-months High At $41.43

Oil prices rose one per cent yesterday with benchmark Brent prices hitting a three-month high on hopes for a coordinated approach by major producers to support prices.

Brent crude futures were trading at $41.43 a barrel at their highest since Dec. 9, up 59 cents on the day.

On Monday, the contract had climbed by 5.5 per cent in intra-day trading and it has now gained more than 50 per cent since this year low on Jan. 20.

U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) futures were up 38 cents at $38.28 a barrel.

Buhari Orders Re-negotiation Of Mtn’s N780bn

ABUJA —President Muhammadu Buhari, yesterday, ordered re-negotiation of the N789 billion fine slammed on South African telecoms company, MTN, by Nigeria Communications Commission, NCC.

The President gave the order at a joint news conference with South Africa’s President, Jacob Zuma in Abuja, following which Nigeria and South Africa signed over 30 bilateral agreements.

This came as the South African President promised to return Nigeria’s confiscated arms purchase funds seized by the South African government.

Intensify Effort On Chibok Girls Rescue, Senate Urges Buhari

ABUJA— THE Senate, yesterday, asked President Muhammadu Buhari to intensify efforts to ensure the release of the over 200 Chibok schoolgirls abducted by Boko Haram insurgents 690 days ago. According to the Senate, the Federal Government should also come up with micro-economic policies that will encourage women to participate in small scale businesses. It expressed readiness to reform relevant laws to ensure that certain quota was reserved exclusively for women in the three arms of government. These resolutions were sequel to a motion on International Women’s Day by the Chairman, Senate Committee on Women Affairs, Senator Oluremi Tinubu, APC, Lagos Central.

READ Lekki Gardens Management Statement On Collapse Building that killed 18 in Lagos

The Management of Lekki Gardens has confirmed the unfortunate incident, Tuesday March 8th 2016 where a building collapsed at about 4a.m. in the morning, at one of its residential estate projects in Lekki. The building which was under construction was meant to house a number of apartment units.

Rescue work started immediately and so far 18 people have been reported dead and others injured. The exact cause of the incident is not known at this time. All of our incident response procedures have been initiated, our support services have been mobilized and relevant authorities have been advised. As regards the said building, investigations are being carried out to ascertain the cause of the collapse. In line with our usual safety standards, all sites are closed off by 6pm daily and it is mandatory that every worker leaves at that time.

Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Aww Email Inventor Ray Tomlinson Dies At 74

Email inventor, Ray Tomlinson is dead. The US computer programmer who came up with the idea of electronic messages in 1971 died of an apparent heart attack over the weekend.
His invention included the ground-breaking use of the @ symbol in email addresses, which is now standard. He was the first person to send an email while working in Boston as an engineer for research company Bolt, Beranek and Newman.

Hulk Hogan Seeks $100m Damages After Magazine Publishes His S3x Romp With His Best Friend’s Wife

Hulk Hogan was "completely humiliated" after a secretly-recorded s3x tape was published on a gossip website, a court heard on Monday.
The wrestling star is seeking $100million (£70million) in damages from Gawker, who leaked the footage of his romp with the wife of his then-best friend, radio shock jock Bubba the Love Sponge.
The court case will test celebrity privacy rights and freedom of the press in the digital age.
Hogan, 62, said the publication of the one-minute, 41-second clip of his consensual s3x with Heather Clem deeply affected his personal and professional life.

Nike suspends Maria Sharapova after admitting to failed drugs test

SportsWear manufacturing giant Nike have suspended Maria Sharapova's $50m deal after the Russian athlete admitted to using a banned drug. The WTA ranked World No. 7 admitted in her press conference yesterday that she had been using performance enhancer drug meldonium for the last 10 years as part of a doctor's prescription for health issues and didn't know it was banned by the World Anti-Doping Agency in December.

Check out these amazing hyperrealism paintings by Oresegun Olumide a Yabatech graduate

PDP Asks Sheriff, Others To Quit may 21

The National Executive Committee of the Peoples Democratic Party has fixed May 21 as the exit date for the party’s National Chairman, Sen. Ali Modu Sheriff and other members of its National Working Committee.
On that date, the party would hold its national convention which the NEC said would take place in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, where new national officers are to be elected.
This information was contained in the communique issued after the party’s NEC meeting, which was held at its national secretariat at Abuja on Monday.
The communique was signed by Sheriff and the party’s National Secretary, Prof. Wale Oladipo.
Sheriff, who read an abridged version of the communique, also said that the NEC approved the timetable for the party’s congresses.

Monday, March 7, 2016

US Raid On Al Shabaab Camp 'killed 150 militants'

The militants were about to conduct a "large-scale attack" when they were "eliminated" in an airstrike, an official says.
Al Shabaab terroristsA US airstrike on an Al Shabaab training camp in Somalia is believed to have killed 150 militants, according to the Pentagon.
The camp, about 120 miles (195km) north of the capital Mogadishu, was hit by missiles fired from drones and manned aircraft over the weekend.
"The fighters were there training and were training for a large-scale attack. We know they were going to be departing the camp and they posed an imminent threat to US and (African Union) forces," Pentagon spokesman Captain Jeff Davis said.

Guess who was with Funke Akindele at the recently held Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards.

Funke AkindeleNollywood actress, Funke Akindele was spotted with her rumoured lover, Abdul Rasheed Bello a.k.a JJC at the recently held Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards.

The two were spotted displaying affection for each other publicly as they left the Eko Hotel Conference Centre venue of the awards ceremony together on Saturday, March 5, 2016.

President John Dramani Mahama of Ghana showers praises on Abraham Attahw who was featured in "Beasts of No Nation”.

Abraham Attah won Best Actor at Independent Spirit AwardsPresident John Dramani Mahama of Ghana has stated that Ghana’s teen actor, Abraham Attah has made the continent proud for the success the youngster has chalked after starring in “Beasts of No Nation”.

This Prophet says a Governor might die next after Ocholi

As a few of his predictions seem to have come to pass, General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministries, Apostle Johnson Suleiman, has urged Nigerians to pray ceaselessly..

In his new year predictions released in December 2015, Apostle Suleman stated that Nigeria would witness serious political developments.

He said some ministers would be absent from cabinet meetings in 2016 due to health related issues while some won’t return alive.


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President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the appointment of Mrs. Adejoke Orelope-Adefulire as his Senior Special Assistant on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Mrs. Adejoke Orelope-Adefulire served as Deputy-Governor of Lagos State in the last administration and is an accomplished politician with many years of experience in public service.


A 64-year-old Ghanaian woman was convicted for attempting to smuggle drugs into the US and sentenced to twenty seven months in prison by a New York City court.