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India struggles with Covid 2nd wave, 50 more bodies wash up on river bank

Dozens more bodies have washed up on the banks of the Ganges in northern India as the country struggles with a second COVID wave. More than 50 bodies have been discovered in Gahmar, Uttar Pradesh over the past few days. On Monday, at least 40 bodies were pulled from the river some 55km (34 miles) downstream from Gahmar. How the ...

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Police denies plot to release Baba Ijesha today, as Princess, Iyabo Ojo, others kick

kick The Police Command in Lagos State has debunked the rumours that there were plans to release Nollywood actor, Baba Ijesha, who was arrested for alleged defilement.Nollywood actress Iyabo Ojo, comedian Princess and others had stormed the SCID, Panti, to protest alleged plans to release Baba Ijesha by the policeThe Police Public Relations Officer ( PPRO) in Lagos, CSP Olumuyiwa ...

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See what Lagos amputee hawker wants to do with over #40m donations

The Kogi-born Pure water selling amputee is already planning big! With over #40 million in her kitty, Mary Daniel is transformed.. She is also set to establish a supermarket with donations she received from within and outside Nigeria. Daniel’s status took a dramatic turnaround after her moving story was reported and made viral by social media. Daniel went through difficult ...

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Words of caution for #40m richer- Pure water selling Amputee, on 27th birthday

Am sure you all remember her,that Amputee that was discovered some weeks ago and her story set the cyberspace agog. Today is her birthday as she clock 27years on earth. You may be moved to say “Nobody is ugly,money makes everything bright” Mary dropped out in Jss 3. And is a single mother. She survived an accident in 2006 that ...

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MAN CUTS OFF HAND OF 16-YEAR-OLD STUDENT FOR RESISTING RAPE ATTEMPT

A 16-year-old senior two student in Bududa District, Uganda, has narrated how she was waylaid and attacked by a machete-wielding man who cut off her hand after she resisted his attempt to rape her. Evelyn Namasopo told Mbale Chief Magistrate, Mr James Mawanda, during a session at Bubulo Magistrate’s Court in Manafwa District on Wednesday, April 7, that the suspect ...

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Tribute): GERMANY BIDS FAREWELL TO ANGELA MERKEL

With six minutes of warm applause, on the streets, balconies, windows, the whole country applauded for 6 minutes – spectacular example of leadership and defense of humanity, chapeaux ! The Germans elected her to lead them, and she led 80 million Germans for 18 years with competence, skill, dedication and sincerity. She did not utter nonsense .. She did not ...

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Lagos accounts for 12.15% as states debts hit N4.2tn

The total states and Federal Capital Territory domestic debt profile hit N4.2tn with Lagos State accounting for 12.15 per cent of the debt stock as of the end of 2020. According to the report by the National Bureau of Statistics in its report on ‘Nigerian domestic and foreign debt (Q4, 2020) on Monday, Jigawa State had the least debt stock ...

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Helen Prest excited, appointed ED Bank Nevis International

Barely a month after the death of her second husband and the attendants controversies that followed, Helen Prest has a new least of life, and she is excited,about her appointment as ED Bank Nevis International “I am delighted to accept my appointment as a non Executive Director of Bank Nevis International Trust Services Ltd. BONITS. “I have long been an ...

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NPA seals three illegal jetties

NPA seals three illThe Nigerian Ports Authority has sealed three illegal jetties in its bid to clamp down on unseaworthy barges following increasing reports of abuse of process in the operation of barges and private jetties. A statement issued by the authority on Monday said that the decision followed the establishment of an inter-agency committee comprising of representatives of the ...

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BIZARRE: Bobrisky, Actress Tonto Dikeh set to become first ‘lesbians’ to wed in Nigeria

Nigerian cross-dresser, Bobrisky has asked for Tonto Dikeh’s hand in marriage in an attempt to make history together. The controversial celebrity who was rumoured dead weeks back said she wants to marry the actress so they can be the first lesbians to have a wedding ceremony in Nigeria. Bobrisky also shared a note of warning to people who intend to ...

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PRESIDENT BUHARI CONGRATULATES DOTUN OLADIPO ON 50TH BIRTHDAY

President Muhammadu Buhari joins the media in celebrating the 50th birthday anniversary of renowned journalist and communication consultant, Dotun Oladipo, wishing him long life, good health and more wisdom in projecting the nation. President Buhari felicitates with all friends, family members and professional associates of the journalist, who had served the country for more than 25 years, writing for many ...

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LG to prosecute Lebanese using Lion as guard in V.I..how govt removed it

The Lagos State Government has invited a Lebanese living on Caging the Lion on Muri Okunola Street Victorial Island ,Lagos who has been keeping wild lion like security dogs. Lagos State Environmental Sanitation and Special Offences..enforcement unit, saw to it that the lion was removed around 1.30pm on Monday The lion was first tranquilized before tying its hands ,legs and ...

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Sanwo Olu drops “Your Excellency” title, issues executive order

Babajide Sanwo-Olu Governor Lagos State is damn serious about dropping ‘Your excellency ‘prefix. Not in the mold of Ogbeni, or Arakunrin..he prefers Mr Governor. “In the last five months that I have been privileged to exercise the mandate freely given to me by the great and hardworking people of Lagos State, it has come to my consciousness to review certain ...

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World’s First Malaria Vaccine launched in Malawi..introduced in Ghana,Kenya

The world’s first malaria vaccine, RTS,S pilot programme was launched in Malawi on Tuesday. This makes Malawi the first of three countries in Africa in which the RTS,S vaccine will be made available to children up to two years of age. RTS,S is a scientific name given to the malaria vaccine and represents its composition; the ‘R’ stands for the ...

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Electricity dips by 1,087mw due to gas rupture

THE Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) yesterday said that the Nigeria Electricity Supply Industry (NESI) lost 1,087Mega Watts (MW) owing to gas pipeline rupture and challenges with Shell gas wells. The situation, according to TCN General Manager, Public Affairs, Ndidi Mbah, culminated in load-shedding nationwide to stabilise the grid. The statement noted: “As a result of gas pipeline rupture on ...

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Yahoo Messenger To Shut Down July 17

Yahoo Messenger known for connecting family and loved ones will bid farewell to its fans on July 17. The Iconic instant messaging application gave no explanation for shutting its messenger down as it made the announcement on its website. ‘’ Yahoo Messenger will no longer be supported after July 17, 2018. Until then, you can continue to use the service normally. ...

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What do you think of this Statue Of MKO Abiola in Ojota,Lagos ?

The Lagos State Government on Tuesday, unveiled a statue of the late politician, Moshood Kashimawo Abiola, as part of activities to mark the June 12 celebrations. Across some states, the day was marked as a public holiday in memory of Mr Abiola. In Lagos state, a lecture as well as the unveiling of the statue which is situated at the ...

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7 key lessons on mentorship from First Bank’s 1st female chairman

The first female Chairman of First Bank of Nigeria (FBN), Mrs Ibukun Awosika is as inspirational as they come. Mrs Awosika started her own furniture manufacturing company, Quebees Ltd, (now known as the The Chair Centre Ltd) at the age of 25. She sits on several boards and is a former President of Women in Management and Business (WIMBIZ). Mrs ...

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Senate wants Tribal Marks Outlawed in Nigeria

A  Bill for an Act to ban Facial Mutilation, Offences, Prosecution and Punishment of Offenders passed to second reading in the senate on Tuesday, March 21, 2017. The bill will also be providing protection of victims under threat of facial mutilation and other related matters. Sen. Dino Melaye (APC-Kogi), who sponsored the bill, said that although Africans of old used ...

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