Category Archives: Breaking

Pulse Africa Editor-in-Chief, Osagie Alonge Bows Out After Five years

Journalist and media executive Osagie Alonge has announced he’s leaving his job at Pulse Africa, to take up a new challenge. Alonge, who worked as chief correspondent at Nigerian Entertainment Today, before joining Pulse Nigeria as editor, says he’s now moving to ORide, an Opera company, as Director of Growth. Osagie who is also the…

Read more

Hotlines To Call For Potholes and Road Repairs Will Be Released Soon, Says Babajide Sanwo-Olu

Lagos State Governor, Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu has said the state would soon release hotlines for commuters to call and report road challenges to the government. He pledged commitment to collaborating with Lagos residents to ensure the implementation of his administration’s policies and programmes. The Governor made this known on Wednesday when he hosted the Muslim…

Read more

Seyi Makinde Gives Ajimobi’s Aides 48 Hours To Return Government Vehicles

Oyo State Governor, Seyi Makinde has given former governor Abiola Ajimobi’s aides a 48-hour ultimatum to return government vehicles with them. The state government in a statement by the Chief of Staff to the Governor, Chief Bisi Ilaka, On Wednesday said the former state officials must comply with the directive. The statement read: “Governor Seyi…

Read more

FFK Threatens to Move Motion For Yoruba Oduduwa’s Independence If Fulinisation and Islamisation Agenda Continues

Former Aviation Minister, Femi Fani Kayode has threatened to move a motion for Yoruba Oduduwa’s independence amidst the talks of Fulinisation and Islamisation in the country. The former minister took to his twitter page to make a threat to start a movement for Oduduwa’s independence from Nigerian colonial rule – Fulanisation and Islamisation. Femi recalled…

Read more

Newspaper Headlines Of The Day!-Thursday 6/06/19- Punch, Guardian & Business Day

“Presidency Meets Power Firms Over Electricity Crisis“ – The Punch Holidays are over and it’s another beautiful and lovely day to resume work and as usual, we give you the front pages of your favorite newspapers for Thursday, 6th of June 2019, ranging from Punch, Guardian and Business Day.   “Nigeria’s Yearly Stolen Fund Worth…

Read more

NFF Denies Bribery Allegation Against Flying Eagles Male U-20 Team Head Coach, Paul Aigbogun

Following the disappointing display of the U-20 Male Nigerian football team toppled by the unusual exit from the World cup holding in Poland, furious football fans are calling for the head of the head coach, Paul Aigbodun, with rumours spreading that the tactical head was involved in bribery as regards the selection of the team.…

Read more

Traditional Medicine Practitioner Predicts Atiku’s Victory At Tribunal, Says He Will Be President This Year

A traditional medicine practitioner in Anambra State known as Igwe Onyeachonam Ofomba, has predicted that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar will defeat the current President, Muhammadu Buhari at the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal and will in turn become Nigeria’s President this year, as he is destined to do so. Ofomba, speaking…

Read more

Newspaper Headlines Of The Day!- Wednesday 5/06/19-Punch,The Guardian,Daily Sun & Business Day

 “Reactions as UK Seizes Fresh N82bn Abacha Loot“ – The Punch The front page of major newspapers are looking busy this cozy holiday morning . As usual, we are here with the newspaper headlines for Wednesday, 5th of June 2019, ranging from Punch, The Guardian, Daily Sun, and Business Day. Godfathers May Hijack Ninth N’Assembly,…

Read more

Federal Government Approves Local and State Police, Dismiss 37 Police Officers

President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the setting up of state and local government police. Mr President also approved the dismissal of 37 police officers as recommended by the National Human Rights Commission Presidential Special Panel on SARS Reforms. This was embedded in a statement by the Executive Secretary, National Human Rights Commission and Chairman Presidential…

Read more