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2019 Budget: You’re On TV, Comport Yourselves – Buhari Cautions Lawmakers Over ‘Booing’

There was mild drama at the National Assembly as President Muhamamdu Buhari who was presenting the 2019 Budget and was booed by the lawmakers, urged them to behave themselves.  P While speaking at the joint session of the National Assembly during the 2019 Budget presentation on Wednesday, President Muhammadu Buhari, cautioned lawmakers to comport themselves as they are on television and ...

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Nigerian Singer, Runtown Reportedly Banned From Entering US

Runtown’s estranged music record label boss, Johnson Adumike has sabotaged his US visa, hence a ban placed on him.  RFresh reports have indicated that Nigerian singer, Douglas Jack Agu has been banned from entering the United States. According to Johnson Adumike, the General Manager of his erstwhile record label, Eric Many Entertainment, Runtown and his brother’s secured the US visa though ...

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”Thank you for elevating me to the club of motherhood” – Vivian Chiologi-Shittu who welcomed her first child at 51, appreciates God as she turns a year older today

Beauty entrepreneur and socialite, Vivian Chiologi-Shittu is all about appreciating God this morning as she turns a year older. Married to top NFF licensed player agent, John Shittu in 2016, Vivian and he hubby waited for two years before having a child. She had her baby girl in April this year at 51. Vivian is turning 52 today and she took ...

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Lagos company rejects male corp member who applied for a job with them, demanded for “two gorgeous female corp members”

A company in Lagos actually wrote to NYSC rejecting the male corper they sent to them for the one-year mandatory service. According to the company, they are in need of two gorgeous females.

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What does El Rufai mean by this tweet?

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NBA President, Paul Usoro, arrives court for arraignment on money laundering charges (photos)

Paul Usoro(SAN), who is the President of the Nigerian Bar Association, has arrived at the Federal High Court in Lagos for his arraignment on money laundering charges. Mr Usoro was accused by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, of converting and laundering a sum of N1.4 billion belonging to the Akwa Ibom State Government.     Quite a number of lawyers led by ...

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How Davido Traveled To Seven Countries, Violated Other NYSC Bye-Laws

Even though he willingly decided to take part in the National Youth Service Corps scheme earlier this year, Davido ended up breaking some of the scheme’s bye-laws. A Punch Metro report has shown that the National Youth Service Corps says it has communicated with popular musician, David Adeleke aka Davido, over his activities during his service year. The NYSC Director ...

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Over 7,400 Myanmar Women Forced To Marry In China – Report

A new report has revealed the sad story of over 7,400 Myanmar women who have been forced to marry Chinese men for the past four years. More than 7,400 women from Myanmar have been forced to marry Chinese men between 2013 and 2017, the authors of a new study said on Friday. Most of those women were also forced to ...

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President Buhari Considers Cabinet Reshuffle Ahead Of 2019 Elections

There are indications that President Buhari might rejig his cabinet as the 2019 general elections draw closer. t is not exactly clear how soon the President would ring the changes, but a source in the presidency told SaharaReporters that it could happen at Friday’s emergency meeting of the Federal Executive Council (FEC), or it could be delayed for a few ...

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EFCC arraigns Dangote staff for alleged N15m fraud

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Lagos office, on Thursday, December 6, 2018, arraigned Adewale Dalmeida, Ibrahim Lawal and Lukman Adam, who are employees of Dangote Cement, Ibese, Ogun State, and one Afeez Olaniba before Justice O. J. Bamgbose of the High Court of Ogun State, Abeokuta on a two-count charge bordering on conspiracy and stealing to the tune ...

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