See Photo As 128 Nigerian Deportees Return From Libya

The National Emergency Management Agency on Thursday received 128 stranded Nigerians who voluntarily returned to the country from Libya. After profiling, NEMA said the returnees were 126 males and two females, among them two females and four males had health issues. The returnees who were brought back by the International Organisation for Migration and handed … Continue reading See Photo As 128 Nigerian Deportees Return From Libya

ASUU Strike Looms Over Controversial 2009 Agreement

University teachers are set for another strike over the controversial 2009 agreement they reached with the Federal Government among other issues. A meeting of the National Executive Committee (NEC) of ASUU will hold today in Abuja ahead of the action. Yesterday, all chapters of the union nationwide held a congress as directed by its national … Continue reading ASUU Strike Looms Over Controversial 2009 Agreement

Kcee Gives Fans A Tip Of His Forthcoming Album In ‘Vanessa’ Video

Off his forth-coming album titled “Attention To Detail” the Limpopo master himself, Kcee, comes through with this stellar number and accompanying visuals titled “Vanessa“. Vanessa is produced by super-producer – Mystro. The Five Star Music senior man came through with a brand this brand new song shortly after the release of “We Go Party” featuring … Continue reading Kcee Gives Fans A Tip Of His Forthcoming Album In ‘Vanessa’ Video

Fela’s First Daughter Yeni Kuti Claims She Still Sees Fela In Her Dreams

Fela Anikulapo Kuti’s first daughter, Yeni, did take after her dad. told Jimi Disu’ of the Classic FM 97.3 during a radio show that the Federal Government should consider adopting traditional African medicine (also known as ‘juju’) as a tool for fighting corruption, especially in official circles. In her words:. “Just as Sophie Oyewole has … Continue reading Fela’s First Daughter Yeni Kuti Claims She Still Sees Fela In Her Dreams

Russian court jails investigative reporter for ‘extremist’ action

A Moscow court jailed a Russian journalist on Thursday after finding him guilty of organising an extremist group and attempting to overthrow the authorities in a trial denounced by human rights groups as politically motivated. Investigative reporter Alexander Sokolov, 29, who was arrested in July 2015 when he worked for the RBC media group which … Continue reading Russian court jails investigative reporter for ‘extremist’ action

US slaps new sanctions on Venezuela

The United States imposed new sanctions on crisis-hit Venezuela on Wednesday, targeting members of a controversial, all-powerful, loyalist assembly installed last week to bolster what Washington calls the “dictatorship” of President Nicolas Maduro. The measures were aimed at six members of the so-called Constituent Assembly — among them the brother of late president Hugo Chavez … Continue reading US slaps new sanctions on Venezuela

Trump attacks Senate leader over healthcare failure

U.S. President Donald Trump attacked his own party’s Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell for a second day running on Thursday, venting frustration over Republicans’ dramatic failure to repeal and replace the Obamacare healthcare law. Trump assailed McConnell on Twitter both Wednesday and Thursday. He was responding to a speech in which the Senate leader said … Continue reading Trump attacks Senate leader over healthcare failure