Category Archives: Discreet

NBA Faults Moves To Regulate Social Media As Nigerian Government Persists

The President of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), Olumide Akpata has said the timing of the Federal Government to further regulate social media is suspicious and wrong. Gracing an interview on Channels TV’s Sunday Politics, Apata who admitted that there are people who are “irresponsible” in their usage of social media, noted that the country has laws to…

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Femi Gbajabiamila Wants Federal Character Laws To Include Age, Gender & Religion

Femi Gbajabiamila, Speaker of the House of Representatives, on Saturday proposed that the extant definition of Federal Character in the Nigerian constitution be reviewed. Gbajabiamila who made the remark while declaring open the Young Parliamentarians Forum (YPF) National Strategy Meeting and Retreat in Abuja, said the need has become more pertinent. “In thinking outside the box,…

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Williams Uchemba And His Longtime Girlfriend Brunella Oscar Are Engaged!

Nollywood child star Williams Uchemba is engaged! On Saturday, the Instagram comedian happily announced his engagement to longtime lover girlfriend Brunella Oscar. “There comes a time in a man’s life when he needs to settle and there is no better time than now,” he began, sharing photos of them together without unveiling Oscar’s face. “For years, my…

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Yvonne Jegede Celebrates Her Son Xavier’s Second Birthday: ‘You Are My Precious Gem’

Happy Birthday, Xavier Jegede-Fawole! On Sunday, Yvonne Jegede shared sweet tribute posts to her birthday boy, who celebrated his second birthday. “Happy birthday son @xavierandchoco. There is a deep connection between a mother and son that starts from the time a woman gives birth to her son,” she began her post. “You make my joy complete. #MyJoyMyPride. Xavier Jegede-Fawole you…

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Nigeria Centre For Disease Control Records 111 More Coronavirus Cases

The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) on Sunday November 1 recorded 111 new cases of the novel Coronavirus, bringing the country toll to 62,964. According to the latest update which was shared by the disease agency on Twitter, Lagos remains the epicenter with 49 new infections. Other breakdown of the new cases are as; FCT-30, Rivers-11,…

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Lagos Finally Lifts Restriction Of Movement, COVID-19 Curfew To Remain

Lagos state has lifted the curfew imposed following the statewide violence which occurred after hoodlums hijacked the peaceful #EndSARS protests with immediate effect. According to a statement released on Saturday by the state Commissioner of Information and Strategy Gbenga Omotosho, the 12 a.m. to 4 a.m. curfew that the Federal Government declared to stop the spread of COVID-19 still remains. “Lagosians are…

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Africa CDC Warns The Continent Of Second Wave Of COVID-19 Infections

Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC) has urged African countries to brace itself for possible second wave COVID-19 infections in light of the continent confirming almost 2 million cases. The specialized technical institution of the African Union on Friday said in a statement that the death toll related to the pandemic stood at 42,336…

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Scottish Actor And ‘James Bond’ Star, Sean Connery, Dies At 90

Sir Sean Connery, the Scottish-born actor who rose to fame for his portrayal of James Bond and became one of the movies’ most popular and enduring international stars, has died. According to BBC, his passing was made known by his family on Saturday October 31. He was 90. His acting career spanned decades and his many awards included an…

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2Baba Idibia Slams Nigerian Government Over Proposed Regulation Of Social Media

2Baba has criticised the Nigerian government over the proposed regulation of social media, which recently became a widely debated topic between politicians and youths. The legendary singer — real name Innocent Idibia — has been particularly outspoken during the anti-police brutality protests and shared a video on Saturday of him calling out the irresponsibility of government officials. According to him, they should have…

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