Thursday, 30 March 2017
Comedian, AY took to his Instagram page to celebrate his wife, Mabel, who turned a year older today. He wrote;
"My holding on to the camera to personally capture this moment is only a reminder of my days as a photographer on the same campus where i first met you. I just can't forget your ability of finding something interesting in an ordinary place. A place that was transformed by the heartwarming charm of a beautiful woman sent down to me from heaven.
On this special day i want you to know that the day you were born was a lucky day for me and so many people who has enjoyed the beauty of your invaluable presence. You enrich my life and i love you more than what words can ever express. Thank you for being my soulmate, my partner and most trusted friend.
Happy birthday to my lovely wife @midas_interiors #mysunshine"
Comedian, Julius Agwu took to his Instagram page to celebrate his wife who is celebrating 35th birthday today. He wrote;
"Happy birthday @ibmac_a May the good Lord continue to bless u more $ more in Jesus Name, Amen ... my Love for you "knows no bounds" ... Keep on shining ‼"
Consumers of Sprite and Fanta have more to worry about than rotting teeth according to a Lagos High Court judge, who ruled that the Coca-Cola products could be "poisonous."
The court held that high levels of benzoic acid and sunset additives in the popular soft drinks could pose a health risk to consumers when mixed with ascorbic acid, commonly known as vitamin C, according to local media.
The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Mr Yakubu Dogara, has said the current face-off between the executive and the legislature is normal in the democracy. Dogara, who spoke to Senior Editors in Abuja on Wednesday, said the nation stands to benefit from it.
International Organisation on Migration (IOM), said 128 migrants, comprising Nigerians and other West Africans, died while crossing Mediterranean Sea to Europe between March 6 and 26, 2017.
The UN agency in a statement by its spokesman Flavio Di Giacomo, stated that the number made it 649 deaths recorded in the first 86 days of 2017.
President Donald Trump’s eldest daughter, Ivanka Trump, has announced that she would take up an appointment in her father’s administration.
Ivanka, in a statement on Wednesday, said she will be a Special Assistant to the President but will not take a salary. This came as her unofficial role has grown in recent weeks, and she was granted security clearance and an office at the White House, according to reports. “I have heard the concerns some have with my advising the president in my personal capacity while voluntarily complying with all ethics rules.
The management of Egbin Power Plc, Nigeria’s largest power plant, has threatened to shut down operation owing to non-payment of N110billion debt. This may throw a huge segment of the population into blackout.
The plant has 1320megawatts (Mw) capacity.
Argentina’s senate has voted unanimously to legalise medical marijuana, joining the lower house and setting the country on course to become the latest to relax its laws on pot.
President Mauricio Macri is all but certain to sign the bill, which garnered an unusual level of cross-party support and was applauded by patients and their families.
President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday changed a plan by which he was due to return to London this weekend for another round of medical treatment, barely two weeks after his return from a hospital there. Instead, his doctors will be arriving on Friday to carry out further medical examination on him.
More cash believed to be part of the London-Paris Club loan refund has been found by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
The US$86,546,526.65 was remitted into the account of the Nigerian Governors Forum (NGF). The account is said to have been depleted to about $17million as at the time the probe started.
A new study has reported that deaths related to extreme heat are expected to keep rising, even if most nations are able to contain global warming at agreed-upon levels. The new study was published online March 27 in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Nigerians should prepare for more deadly heat from climate change, which could lead to rise in cases of illness and death. Already, meningitis which is heat-related has killed 211 persons and affected 1,407 others within three months.
A dozen activists break through security at Stansted Airport in the UK and chain themselves together on runway to stop failed asylum seekers being deported. The left-wing activists were trying to stop a flight taking up to 100 immigrants back to Nigeria and Ghana.
Well this is according to a nigerian facebook user named Blossom Martins she added this 3 new photos with the below caption; Happening now ….. PLS KEEP SHARING TO SAVE LIVES! These people are repackaging expired drip and also changing the dates, this is happening now while we all are in church at fegge port harcourt road at Onitsha, I think the public needs to know about this and let the right Authorities take action… Pls keep sharing to save lives ….
#BMCARES The address is 104 port Harcourt road, beside Venus hotels, am logged at the hotel, not sure of the address.
The little boy above constructed a tricycle popularly known as Keke Napep with slippers. Amazing! More photos below:
E-commerce giants Jumia, has reacted to the death of a delivery man for the company, who was murdered in Port-Harcourt while on duty.
Recall that the Jumia agent was allegedly killed after delivering two iPhones to the suspects – Sodienye Mbatumukeke, Excel Naabe and Joy Eluwa at the Ada-George area of Port Harcourt. Rivers State Commissioner of Police, CP Zaki Ahmed, described the situation as unfortunate.
The Abuja Division of the Federal High Court on Wednesday granted a N10 million bail to Dickson Akoh, the commandant of the Nigerian Peace Corps. Mr. Akoh, 43, was arrested by the police on March 19, after turning himself in.
He faces a 90-count charge of recruitment scam, money laundering and impersonation to the tune of N1.4 billion on him.
The presiding judge, John Tsoho, granted him bail in the sum of N10 million after A.K. Aliyu, a prosecutor in the Office of the Attorney-General, read out the charges. Mr. Akoh pleaded not guilty to the charges.
The Chairman of the Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption, Itse Sagay, has fired blistering remarks at Nigerian Senators after they summoned him for reportedly describing the Senate as ‘childish and irresponsible’ and one ‘filled by people of questionable character’.
Mr. Sagay spoke to PREMIUM TIMES on Wednesday, after the Senate resolved to summon him to appear before its committee on ethics, privileges and public petitions over comments credited to him by Punch Newspaper.
The Central Bank of Nigerian has licensed the Development Bank of Nigeria, owned by the Ministry of Finance, a ministry spokesperson said on Wednesday
The DBN was conceived in 2014, but its take-off had been fraught with delays.
The DBN is a wholesale financial institution which aims to increase access to finance for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) through eligible financial intermediaries (participating financial institutions).
Wednesday, 29 March 2017
Young CEO/COO of a real estate empire Saadiya Aliyu - Aminu who is only in her 30s. 30 under 30 forbes (Thirty unders thirty) In this video -She shared with Aisha B what drives her.