We’ll Support SWAN To Enhance Sports Devt, IGP Pledges

The Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, has promised to support the Sports Writers Association of Nigeria (SWAN) in all its efforts towards the enhancement of sports development in the country. Idris, while receiving a delegation of the SWAN National Executive Committee (NEC) on a courtesy visit, also canvassed the sports media’s support for the…

North Korea ‘Gotta Behave’ – Trump

Donald Trump said North Korea has “gotta behave” as tensions between the two countries have become increasingly strained. Mr Trump made the remark while speaking during festivities at the annual White House Easter egg roll. In the past, Mr Trump has taken to Twitter to say North Korea was “behaving very badly” and “playing” with…

Trump Congratulates Erdogan On Turkey Referendum, Discuss Assad Regime Attacks

US President Donald Trump congratulated Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan on his referendum campaign in a phone call late Monday and vowed close cooperation on Syria, Iraq and the fight against Kurdish militants, Turkish presidential sources said. The two leaders discussed the Assad regime’s chemical attack on April 4 that killed around 100 civilians and injured…

Trump’s Presidency In Focus: Day 89

Trump Blames Obama For Allowing Violent MS-13 Gang To Form In The US President Donald Trump is back to his pre-dawn tweeting. Yesteray morning, Trump attacked former President Barack Obama for “allowing” a Central American gang to form in the United States. However, the new president’s facts are lacking in accuracy. Trump tweeted at 5:39…

Trump, Putin, Jong-Un As Complete Circle Of ‘Mad Men’ In Power

The world has been on the edge since Donald J. Trump joined the two most controversial political figures; Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong-Un, as the 46 President of the United States on 20 January, 2016. The recent tension in diplomatic circle seems to be proving bookmakers right. OMONU YAX-NELSON writes. When Donald John Trump attained…

Turkey’s Referendum Fell Short Of Democratic Standards, International Observers Say

Findings cast further doubt on legitimacy of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s narrow victory in bid to expand executive power. referendum in Turkey had a “significant imbalance” tilted toward supporters of sweeping constitutional changes, international observers said Monday. Both the campaign period and actual vote Sunday failed in numerous ways to live up to international standards…

Police declares manhunt for gay suspect,Steve Ogunjimi

One Steve Ogunjimi, a former banker is wanted by the police following allegations of his involvement in homosexuality. Ogunjimi narrowly escaped from men of the Nigerian police when he was caught in the act with his gay partner, Olumide Akinbo on 21 December 2016. According to sources, trouble started for the gay partners, when Ogunjimi’s […]

Pastor Confesses:I Lied Against Oyedepo,Oritsejafor

Barely one year after his allegation that ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, allegedly gave out N7 billion to the leadership of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) and Pentecostal Fellowship off Nigeria (PFN), to facilitate and support his reelection, controversial Pastor and Executive Director of the Voice of Northern Christian Movement (VNCM), Kallamu Musa Dikwa, has eaten […]

Stanbic IBTC staff,Kehinde Oyelade charged to court over N3 Million Fraud

A bank staff of Stanbic IBTC, a new generation bank in Nigeria has been arrested and charged before a Magistrate’s court sitting in Ejigbo for allegedly diverting the bank’s customer’s N3m in the account in Lagos State Western Nigeria. The 29-year old Kehinde Oyelade allegedly tampered with the bank’s computer and diverted the money belonging […]