Nollywood actor Jim Lawson Maduike is dead.

Nollywood veteran actor, Jim Lawson Maduike is reportedly dead.  Maduike died after complaining of body pains at around 12 pm on Saturday, January 9, 2020.  The Nollywood actor, radio broadcaster, writer, voice-over artist, filmmaker and television personality featured in more than 150 movies.

‘Boko Haram insurgency will end soon,’ Buhari assures Nigerians.

President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday assured Nigerians that the Boko Haram insurgency in the North-East would come to an end this year. Buhari, who stated this during the Juma’at prayer held as part of activities marking 2021 Armed Forces Remembrance Day at the National Mosque, Abuja, however, urged the citizens to pray for the country’s … Continue reading ‘Boko Haram insurgency will end soon,’ Buhari assures Nigerians.

NIN Registration: NIMC staff suspend strike action.

Officials and staff of the National Identity Management Commission NIMC, have suspended their strike action. The workers laid aside their tools on Thursday, January 7 to press home their demands for better remuneration as well as the provision of personal protective equipment PPEs to protect against COVID-19. The protesting workers met with the Federal Government earlier today … Continue reading NIN Registration: NIMC staff suspend strike action.

FG may impose fresh lockdown on the country over spike in COVID-19 cases – PTF

Dr. Sani Aliyu, the National Coordinator of the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19, on Thursday said that Federal Government may be forced to impose a fresh lockdown on the country over spike in COVID-19 cases. During the PTF briefing in Abuja, Aliyu said the federal government was concerned over the rising cases of COVID-19 in the country, … Continue reading FG may impose fresh lockdown on the country over spike in COVID-19 cases – PTF

71 suspects arrested for violating COVID-19 safety protocols.

The Lagos State Police Command has arrested 71 suspects for allegedly violating COVID-19 safety protocols in Lekki and Surulere areas of the state by attending and partying in clubs. This is contained in a statement signed on Tuesday by the command’s Public Relations Officer, CSP Olumuyiwa Adejobi. Adejobi said the clubs raided by the taskforce … Continue reading 71 suspects arrested for violating COVID-19 safety protocols.

FG Has No Plan To Impose Fresh Lockdown, Lai Mohammed Assures Nigerians.

The Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, has assured Nigerians that the Federal Government has no plan to impose a fresh lockdown on Nigeria as the country battles the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic Mohammed, who spoke at a conference in Lagos, however, appealed to Nigerians to adhere to all protocols outlined by … Continue reading FG Has No Plan To Impose Fresh Lockdown, Lai Mohammed Assures Nigerians.

The Ogun state police command arrested 3 brothers for allegedly killing a Security guard on Christmas eve (photo)

The Ogun Police Command have arrested three brothers identified as Okiki Mulero (23), Micheal Mulero (21), and Joseph Mulero (17) for beating to death a So-Safe corps officer who was on his duty post at OGD Estate Asero on the eve of Christmas. DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi, the spokesperson of the state police command, stated that, trouble started … Continue reading The Ogun state police command arrested 3 brothers for allegedly killing a Security guard on Christmas eve (photo)

Staff of Shoprite allegedly commits suicide after being suspended from work

A certain Jumoke Kehinde, said to be a staff of Shoprite in Akure, Ondo State capital has committed suicide after her alleged suspension from work. A source told The Nation that she was found dead on New Year’s eve at her apartment in Kajola area along Oda-road, Akure. The Shoprite staff disclosed that Kehinde was suspended after reporting … Continue reading Staff of Shoprite allegedly commits suicide after being suspended from work

SIM card registration along side COVID-19 second wave

Following the announcement by the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) mid-December 2020 for an implementation of new SIM registration rules. which was done to improve the integrity and transparency of SIM registration process. But this coming at the second wave of COVID-19 pandemic in Nigeria, has set panics in the heart of some citizens. this is … Continue reading SIM card registration along side COVID-19 second wave

Niger now exports fuel to Nigeria

Niger Republic, a country that started commercial oil production in 2011, now exports petroleum products to Nigeria. For decades, Nigeria’s three major refineries have been grounded to near-zero capacity utilisation with all of its refined fuel imported from other countries. According to Guardian, data obtained from the African Refiners & Distributors Association (ARA) revealed that … Continue reading Niger now exports fuel to Nigeria

Teenager got bitten by a python while sitting on the toilet

A teenager in Thailand was rushed to the hospital following an encounter he had with a python that bit his penis when he sat on the toilet. The 18-year old, by name, Siraphop Masukarat, who went to the toilet on Tuesday evening, September 8, when he felt a sudden sharp pain in his male member. When … Continue reading Teenager got bitten by a python while sitting on the toilet

A man locked up his 30-year- old son for 7 years, Police released photos

A photo of a man who locked up his son, Ahmed Aminu, 30, for seven years has been released by the Kano state Police command. In a statement made by DSP Abdullahi Haruna, the state police spokesperson, it was said Aminu who is a resident of Farawa Quarters, Kumbotso Local Government area of Kano State, … Continue reading A man locked up his 30-year- old son for 7 years, Police released photos

Shoprite to exits Nigeria After 15 Years

Africa's biggest supermarket chain, South African-owned Shoprite, says it is considering pulling out of Nigeria. It said it was looking at selling all "or a majority stake" of its operations in Africa's most-populous country. Shoprite is the latest South African retailer to look at leaving Nigeria - clothing firm Mr Price announced its exit in … Continue reading Shoprite to exits Nigeria After 15 Years

Dubai Crown Prince pays hospital bills of Nigerian mother stranded with quadruplets

(CNN)Dubai's Crown Prince Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum has paid the hospital expenses of a Nigerian mother and her quadruplets stranded in the city with mounting medical bills, according to the hospital. Suliyat Adulkareem, 29, gave birth to the babies, two boys, and two girls, at the Latifa Hospital for Women and Children on … Continue reading Dubai Crown Prince pays hospital bills of Nigerian mother stranded with quadruplets

FG: Phase two of the eased lockdown as been extended by one week

The federal government of Nigeria extended the phase two of the ease of lock-down in the country by one week, this was announced on Monday July 27, 2020. The Chairman of the Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19, Mr Boss Mustapha, made the announcement. He said President Muhammadu Buhari had approved the extension of phase two of … Continue reading FG: Phase two of the eased lockdown as been extended by one week