• Sex For Grades in Nigerian Institutions

    Sex For Grades in Nigerian Institutions0

    Sex for grades is only a part of many issues bedevilling Nigeria as a nation. Sex for grades and related vices come with power in the country. For instance, lecturers are believed to be more powerful than the students; religious leaders see themselves as more powerful than their flock; employers and employees share the gap

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  • FG warns travellers and tourists against Bobrisky

    FG warns travellers and tourists against Bobrisky0

    Travellers and tourists visiting Nigeria have been asked to be careful of Bobrisky when they share public facilities with him, following report of the cross-dresser using the female toilet at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport in Abuja. The Federal Government said Bobrisky now constitutes a threat to women and also appealed to the leadership of

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  • Eagles kick, Zambia cancel South Africa friendly – Xenophobic attack

    Eagles kick, Zambia cancel South Africa friendly – Xenophobic attack0

    Nigerian players have taken to the social media to condemn the xenophobic attacks on Nigerians and citizens of other countries living in South Africa. Their reactions came in the wake of recent images and videos that surfaced online showing alleged killings of other countries’ nationals in South Africa. South Africans commenced fresh attacks, looting and

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  • Oil prices fall on weak global economic data

    Oil prices fall on weak global economic data0

    Oil prices fell on Wednesday on weak global economic data and a rise in the US crude inventories, almost erasing the previous session’s strong gains which followed the United States’ move to delay tariffs on some Chinese products Brent crude was down $1.81, or three per cent, at $59.49 a barrel at 1323 GMT, after

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  • Police, Youth clashes as one death recorded in Anambra

    Police, Youth clashes as one death recorded in Anambra0

    One person was shot dead on Tuesday while others seven others were wounded in a clash between the police and some youths in Onitsha, Anambra State. The incident followed attempt by some miscreants to disarm police at the new Aba park, Owerri road. NAN gathered that traffic along the Owerri/Onitsha road were paralysed traffic for

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  • Sallah: FG declares August 12th, 13th as public holidays

    Sallah: FG declares August 12th, 13th as public holidays0

    The Nigerian government has declared August 12 and 13 as public holidays for the 2019 Eid-el-Kabir celebrations. According to a statement on Tuesday, the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Interior, Georgina Ehuriah, made the declaration on behalf of the government. She congratulated Muslims on the occasion and advised Nigerians, at home and in the Diaspora, to

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