Category Archives: Breaking

Osaze Odemwingie Apologises To Kanu Nwankwo And His Family: “I Read Too Much Into The Greetings”

It’s not too late to say sorry. Former pro footballer, Osaze Peter Odemwingie has apologized to Kanu Nwankwo, his wife Amara Kanu and their family after making unfounded claims about them. Days ago, the ex-Nigerian international went on an Instagram rant accusing his colleague’s wife, Amara of “chasing” him “relentlessly” and “harassing” him to respond instead of through her…

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Breakdancing Officially Declared A New Sport At The 2024 Paris Olympics

It seems the 2024 Olympics is going to be more interesting, because the Olympic committee is now including breaking as a sport during the 2024 games to be held in Paris, according to CBS. The decision which was confirmed on Monday December 7 seeks to attract a younger audience to the competition. Meanwhile, Breakdancing, is a…

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ICYMI: Fuel Price In Nigeria Reduced From N168 To N162.44 Per Litre

The Federal Government has announced the reduction of the Premium Motor Spirit (PMS), popularly known as petrol from N168 to N162.44 per litre. This was disclosed by the Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr Chris Ngige, at the end of a meeting with the organised labour on Tuesday. According to the Minister, a technical committee…

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Benue Governor Ortom Condemned After Reconciling Domestic Abuse Victim With Her Husband

Benue state governor, Samuel Ortom is facing an increasingly mainstream backlash after reconciling Channels TV reporter, Pius Angbo, with his wife, Ifeyinwa, who over the weekend, accused him of domestic violence. On Sunday, Ifeyinwa, a medical doctor, shared a video online alleging that Pius was repeatedly assaulting her up in their six years of their marriage. Appearing with a bloodstained face,…

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ICYMI: US Government Includes Nigeria To Religious Freedom Blacklist

The United States government has added Nigeria to a religious freedom blacklist, paving way for potential sanctions if there is no improvement on the record. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo who disclosed the news on on Monday December 7 said the US designated Nigeria which is an ally as a “Country of Particular Concern” under the International Religious…

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COVID-19: Nigeria Records 390 New Cases, Infection Toll Almost 70,000

Nigeria’s daily count of COVID-19 infections has increased again — the highest in the past 15 weeks, amid concerns of a second wave of positive cases. The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) who confirmed 390 new cases in 19 states and the federal capital territory (FCT) on Monday, said this is the country’s highest daily count since…

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#EndSARS: Abuja Sees Fresh Protest Despite Inspector-General Of Police’s Warnings

Over hundred of FCT residents attended an #EndSARS protest in the country’s capital on Monday, following widespread rumours that a second wave of the anti-police brutality demonstration was in the works. In videos being shared by the protesters on Twitter, a mammoth crowd was spotted shocking many social media users. This is because just a month ago the Inspector-General of Police…

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Buhari Encourages Peaceful Protests Amid Claims Of Second Wave Of #EndSARS Demonstrations

President Muhammadu Buhari has reiterated that those willing to protest are at democratic liberty of doing so but his administration will not tolerate any acts of hooliganism. The president who spoke in a virtual arrangement at the Chief of Army Staff’s Annual Conference 2020 on Monday said hooligans hiding behind lawful and peaceful protests will be dealt with decisively…

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Again, Lagos Police Warns Residents Against Staging Another #EndSARS Protest

The Lagos State Police Command is warning residents once again to desist from embarking on any  form of gathering, procession or protest. According to a press release from authorities, this is as a result of “some unpatriotic individuals and groups” who are planning to stage the “replica of the recent destructive and violent EndSars protest that left…

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