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Former first lady Victoria Aguiyi-Ironsi dies at 97

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  Wife of late Nigerian Military Head of State, Major General J.T.U. Aguiyi-Ironsi, Victoria, is dead. The former First Lady died peacefully on Monday morning, August 23 at the age of 97. She would have been 98 on November 21, 2021. Her husband, and the Supreme Commander of the National Military Government, was killed on July 29, 1966. Chief Mrs. Victoria Aguiyi-Ironsi never re-married.

FCMB empowers Agribusiness, Healthcare, and others with AFDB's $50M Credit

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  Women empowered businesses and local enterprises involved in agribusiness, manufacturing, health care, and renewable energy will have access to long-term funding from First City Monument Bank (FCMB), courtesy of a $50m credit facility from the African Development Bank (AfDB).   The $50m credit line will narrow the lending gap to underserved segments and complement FCMB's lending efforts and operations in the Nigerian market. AfDB will disburse the funds to FCMB before the end of this year.  Mrs. Yemisi Edun, Managing Director, FCMB, thanked the African Development Bank for having confidence in the Bank, saying the credit line would help it increase lending to high-impact sectors of the Nigerian economy.   She said, "The $50m credit line will increase access to finance for women empowered businesses and enterprises involved in agribusiness, manufacturing, renewable energy, and healthcare, enabling them to build back better post-COVID.   "We are delighted that a minimum o

Veteran actress, Patience Ozokwo, breaks down in tears following the demise of her friend and colleague Rachel Oniga

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  Veteran actress, Patience Ozokwo, has expressed sadness over the demise of her friend and colleague, Rachel Oniga who sadly passed away today July 31 after a short battle with a heart-related ailment. Patience who has been heartbroken by the news of her demise, shared a video online as she wept over the sad news. She recounted how Rachel was a great friend and colleague to her and apologized for not calling the actress while she was ill. Patience said no one told her Rachel was ill, and that she feels sad she wasn't there to tell her friend ''sorry.''

Carrie and Boris Johnson announce they are expecting a second child

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  UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and wife Carrie Johnson are expecting a second child. Carrie announced the news on Instagram today, July 31, while also revealing that she suffered a miscarriage months ago. She said that she was expecting to give birth to the new child in December. Carrie wrote on Instagram: "At the beginning of the year, I had a miscarriage which left me heartbroken. "I feel incredibly blessed to be pregnant again but I've also felt like a bag of nerves. "Fertility issues can be really hard for many people, particularly when on platforms like Instagram it can look like everything is only ever going well. "I found it a real comfort to hear from people who had also experienced loss so I hope that in some very small way sharing this might help others too." The couple got married on May 29, 2021. They already have a son together. He was born in April 2020.

Blessing Okagbare suspended from Tokyo Olympics after failing drug test

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  Nigerian athlete, Blessing Okagbare, has been provisionally suspended after failing a drug test at the ongoing Tokyo Olympics on Friday, July 30. The Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU), the independent body created by the World Athletics that manages all integrity issues for the sport, announced the decision. According to the body, Okagbare tested positive for Human Growth Hormone. “Growth Hormone is a non-specified substance on the 2021 World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Prohibited List and a provisional suspension is mandatory following an adverse analytical finding for such substance under the World Athletics Anti-Doping Rules. The AIU collected the sample from Ms. Okagbare during an out-of-competition test on 19 July. The WADA-accredited laboratory that analyzed the sample notified the AIU of the adverse analytical finding at mid-day Central European Time yesterday, Friday 30 July. The athlete was notified of the adverse analytical finding and of her provisional suspension this morning

Hushpuppi to be sentenced in October- US court

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  The sentencing of self-confessed internet fraudster, Ramon Abbas aka Hushpuppi, has been slated for October this year. This is according to the United States Attorney’s Office at the Central District of California. Hushpuppi was arrested in Dubai in July 2020 for a multi-millionaire dollar fraud perpetrated by him and members of his syndicate. This week he pleaded guilty to various offences bordering on internet scam, money laundering, among others. His plea bargain document which was released online this week was signed by Hushpuppi, his lawyer, Loius Shapiro; and Acting United States Attorney, Tracy Wilkison, among others.

Veteran actress Rachel Oniga dies at 64

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  Veteran actress, Rachel Oniga has died at the age of 64.  According to reports, the actress who has been divorced from her husband for 19 years, died on Friday night July 30th from Covid-19 complications. Veteran actress, Rachel Oniga has died at the age of 64.  According to reports, the actress who has been divorced from her husband for 19 years, died on Friday night July 30th from Covid-19 complications.  

Student allegedly leaves 'sacrifice' in front of a staff’s office in Michael Okpara University, Abia State (photos)

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  An aggrieved student allegedly left a 'sacrifice' in front of a staff’s office in Michael Okpara University, Abia State.  The student who allegedly threatened to send some staff of the Biochemistry department of the institution to their early grave disclosed that there is no seriousness in resolving the issues 400 level students of the department have.  Names of staff of the department were also listed by the aggrieved student who also accused the Head of Department of not always being around. 

Man beheads girlfriend in broad daylight then leaves her body and head in the middle of the street

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  A 55-year-old woman was allegedly beheaded by her boyfriend in broad daylight near Minneapolis, Minnesota, on Wednesday, July 28. America Mafalda Thayer was found by stunned cops, with her head "laying next to her body," in the middle of the street. Officers also found a large knife in a bin in a nearby alley, KMSP reports. Several people witnessed the attack, according to the search warrant. Thayer’s boyfriend, 42-year-old Alexis Saborit, was taken into custody and charged with second-degree murder, police said. Saborit had previously been convicted of gross misdemeanor domestic assault, KMSP added. On Wednesday afternoon, July 28,  the suspect was scheduled to be in court to face the new charges but didn't show up. A colleague of the victim said Thayer had been in a long-term relationship with the suspect and domestic abuse had been a consistent problem. A video purportedly showing the beheading has gone and can be seen

Two men bag six months imprisonment for giving false info to EFCC operatives

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  The Maiduguri Zonal Command of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, today, July 30, 2021, secured the conviction of the duo of Tijjani Haruna and Abdullahi Ahmed to six months imprisonment before Justice Aisha Kumaliya of the Borno State High Court, Maiduguri on separate one-count amended charge of giving false information to operatives of the Commission. The offence is contrary to and punishable under Sections 139 and 139 (a) of the Penal Code Laws of Borno State. One of the charges reads "That you, Tijjani Haruna, sometimes in September 2018 at Maiduguri, Borno State within the jurisdiction of this Honourable Court, being legally bound to furnish true information on your  POS. transactions, to the Economic and Financial Crimes (EFCC) Operatives during the course of investigation furnished the Commission with information which you knew or has reason to believe to be false and thereby committed an offence contrary to and punishable under Sections 139 and 139 (a) r

Between Reno Omokri gives savage response to IG user who questioned why he gave his daughter an Igbo name

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  Reno Omokri shared a lovely video of his daughter on social media today and added her Igbo name as a caption for the video. ''Cuteness overload from my daughter, Ebelechukwu! An Instagram User, Anthony, spotted the video and questioned why he gave his child an Igbo name instead of an Itsekiri, Ijaw, or Urhobo name. Reno saw the comment and immediately responded. See his reply below

ABA market shut down over Nnamdi Kanu's trial

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  A popular market in Aba, Abia state has been shut down by traders over the trial of the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu which began today July 26.  Daily Trust reported that one of the traders at Aba Shopping Center in Abia State said they did not shut down in solidarity with Kanu, but for fear of violence that could ensue from the trial. Here are photos from the market:

Nigeria’s Secret Police Storm Hotel, Arrest Two ‘Americans’ For Taking Pictures Of Abuja Federal High Court

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  The State Security Service (SSS), also known as the Department of State Services (DSS) has arrested two foreigners who are guests at Treasure Suites, a hotel opposite the Abuja Division of the Federal High Court, for taking pictures of the court premises from their hotel balcony. The foreigners, who were white and assumed to be Americans by police officers at the scene, were taken away in a white Toyota Hilux vehicle by SSS agents and police officers, PeoplesGazette reports.  “They even entered the hotel and got the manager to show them their CCTV footage to be able to locate one of the men and seized his phone,” a police officer said. A woman who was believed to be the manager of the hotel was spotted outside with the DSS officers pleading with them not to drive the foreigners away from the hotel. Her pleas were ignored. Another police officer said the Americans may not be tortured, saying they would only be questioned and asked to delete the footage. “They will not do anything to t

IPOB Identifies Archbishop, Anambra Oil Magnate, Others As Traitors Who Aided Nnamdi Kanu's Arrest, Extradition

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  The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has revealed more Nigerians of Igbo extraction who allegedly helped the Nigerian government in the abduction and extradition of its leader, Nnamdi Kanu, from Kenya. The group alleged that the Archbishop of the Anglican Communion in Enugu, Emmanuel Chukwuma, former Abia Governor, Orji Uzor Kalu, and Anambra Oil magnate, Arthur Eze played certain roles in how the IPOB leader, whose trial begins today (Monday), was captured by Kenyan authorities in June. This was contained in a statement by the group’s spokesman, Emma Powerful, to SaharaReporters on Monday. According to the statement with the title ‘IPOB Reveals More Persons Involved In The Abduction And Extraordinary Rendition Of Nnamdi Kanu’, the group disclosed that the Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike, and the Chairman of the Chrome Group, Emeka Offor were the primary financiers of Kanu’s travails from Kenya to Nigeria. The statement reads, “Following continuous investigations over the betray

JUST NOW: Benin Republic Security Operatives Have Removed Igboho’s Handcuffs, Granted Him Access To Wife—Yoruba Group

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  Security operatives in the Benin Republic have removed the leg chain and handcuffs put on Yoruba Nation agitator, Sunday Adeyemo, aka Sunday Ighoho. The Communications Manager of Ilana Omo Oodua, Maxwell Adeleye, made this known to The PUNCH on Monday.  He said, “We are pleased to inform all Yoruba people and well-wishers that the security operatives in the Benin Republic have removed leg chains and handcuffs from Chief Ighoho since Saturday evening. “Chief Ighoho’s wife has now been granted access to meet her husband three times daily. “Medical personnel provided by our legal team have examined Chief Sunday Adeyemo. “We reiterate that Chief Ighoho is not under any immigration-related probe in the Benin Republic. “Chief Sunday Adeyemo will appear in court this morning in the Benin Republic to face the likely extradition charges to be brought against him by the Nigerian Government. "We urge supporters from Nigeria not to bother coming to the court premises in Benin. Kindly stay i

Nigerian Policeman Threatens To Shoot Protesting Suspected IPOB Member At Nnamdi Kanu's Trial

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  A police officer has threatened to shoot at a suspected member of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) at the Federal High Court, Abuja.  Some suspected IPOB members, including the one threatened by the policeman, were at the court to show solidarity with their embattled leader, Nnamdi Kanu.  In a video obtained by SaharaReporters, the police officer was heard telling the people to leave the court premises and go elsewhere.  He was also seen chasing one of the IPOB members.  It is not clear what had transpired but the officer during the pursuit brought out a gun and later cautioned himself against shooting.  The officer said, “I don't need you here right now, you disperse or keep calm. We don't want this gathering in this court, go in peace! You don't want to go?" He was however countered by IPOB members who said they have come for the court hearing and had not come for a fight.  They said, “Where do you want us to go? We are here for peace. We are here for Nnamdi

Nigerian Police Arrest IPOB Members Showing Solidarity With Nnamdi Kanu At Abuja Court

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  Some members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) have been arrested by the police at the Federal High Court in Abuja where their leader, Nnamdi Kanu is standing trial The IPOB members were at the court to show solidarity with Kanu, who is standing trial for charges that include terrorism and treasonable felony.  Some of them wore Jewish attire and could be heard chanting slogans in support of the IPOB leader and demanding his freedom.  After a policeman initially tried to disperse the IPOB members and threatened to shoot one of them, some of them were thereafter arrested.  Others fled following the arrest of their counterparts.  Kanu has been in the custody of the Department of State Services (DSS) since his arrest and extradition to Nigeria from Kenya.  Meanwhile, on Sunday, Aloy Ejimakor, special counsel for the detained leader of the IPOB, warned security agents against molesting Kanu's supporters who might want to show up at the Federal High Court, Abuja on Monday for t

We’ve not stopped Nigerians from using Twitter - FG tells court

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  The Federal Government has denied claims that it has stopped Nigerians from using the microblogging site, Twitter. Punch reports that the Attorney-General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami, and the Federal Government made the denial in a counter-affidavit they deposed to in response to an originating motion filed by human rights lawyer, Inibehe Effiong. The Federal government on June 4, 2021, announced the indefinite suspension of the operations of Twitter in Nigeria. The government suspended the site operations days after it deleted a Tweet from President Buhari's handle in which he made reference to the civil war which many found offensive. The Attorney General had released a statement threatening to prosecute Nigerians still using the platform via VPN while the National Broadcasting Commission ordered all radio and television stations to stop using Twitter or picking content from the platform. Opposed to the move by the Federal government, HumanRights lawyer, Inihebe Effiong,

Ado Ekiti Court to decide fate of sacked pregnant policewoman on October 6

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  Justice Babs Kuewumi of the Federal High Court, Ado Ekiti, has set aside October 6 to give judgment in the suit filed by the Attorney-General and Commissioner for Justice in Ekiti State, Olawale Fapohunda, challenging the dismissal of a pregnant unmarried female police officer, Omolola Olajide, by the Inspector-General of Police. Olajide who was enlisted as an officer in the Ekiti state police command was dismissed from the service in February this year after she was discovered to be six months pregnant while still being single and unofficially married.  According to the state police spokesperson, Sunday Abutu, it is embarrassing for an unmarried policewoman to get pregnant,. According to him, it is against the police act. Shortly after her dismissal, the Ekiti state Attorney General filed a lawsuit challenging her dismissal while insisting it is an abuse of her fundamental human rights. The Ekiti State Commissioner of Police and the Police Service Commission were joined as co-defend

"Is this all unromantic Ibadan man can give me?" Liz Anjorin jokes as her husband gives her Mercedes-Benz as push present

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  Actress Lizzy Anjorin got a Mercedes-Benz GLE as a push present from her husband following the birth of their child. The baby is the first one the couple has together. Liz and her husband Lateef Lawal got married in 2020 and the gift is said to also double as an anniversary present. Liz took to Instagram to share a photo of her posing by the car. She joked: "Is this all unromantic Ibadan man can give me? A whole me fa?"

CBN to launch digital currency on Independence Day

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  The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has announced that it will be announcing its own digital currency on October 1, 2021. Nairametrics reported that the CBN alongside stakeholders picked Independence Day as its launch date. According to the publication, CBN's IT Director, Rakiya Mohammed at the conclusion of the 306th Banker’s Committee meeting, disclosed that the apex bank has been conducting research in regards to digital currencies since 2017 and may conduct a proof of concept before the end of this year. The project name is tagged Project GIANT and it will use the Hyperledger Fabric Blockchain. Nigeria’s central bank further revealed that the importance of eNaira includes Macro management and growth, cross-border trade facilitation, financial inclusion, monetary policy effectiveness, improved payment efficiency, revenue tax collection, remittance improvement, and targeted social intervention.

1984 Extradition Treaty between Nigeria, Benin, Togo and Ghana excludes political refugees - Sunday Igboho's counsel

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  Yomi Alliyu, Lead Counsel for arrested Yoruba Nation activist, Sunday Adeyemo, aka Sunday Igboho has stated that the Extradition Treaty of 1984 between Togo, Nigeria, Ghana, and the Republic of Benin excludes political fugitives. According to him, the treaty states that where the fugitive will not get justice because of discrimination and/or undue delay in prosecution, the host country (in this case Benin) should not release the fugitive. The Federal Government of Nigeria had placed the Nigeria Immigration Service and the Nigeria Customs Service on alert to stop Igboho from leaving the country after the Nigerian secret police had raided Igboho’s Ibadan residence in the Soka area on July 1, 2021, arresting about 12 of his aides and killing two of them in a gun duel. Treaty between Nigeria, Benin, Togo, and Ghana excludes political refugees - Sunday Igboho's counsel The FG then reportedly took Igboho into custody in neighboring Cotonou on the night of Monday, July 19 while reported

Zimbabwe orders mandatory COVID-19 vaccination for all Its civil servants

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  The Zimbabwean Government has ordered compulsory vaccinations for civil servants and reducing the number of workers reporting for duty in a bid to stem a rise in local transmission. "All civil servants should be vaccinated," Information Minister Monica Mutsvangwa told reporters after a weekly cabinet meeting. She also said only 25 percent of government workers were required to physically report for duty, according to tweets posted on her ministry's account. Courts will only open for urgent cases. A day earlier a government circular directed all ministries to reduce the number of staff coming to work from "40 percent to 10 percent". The limited staff numbers exclude health workers and designated critical services. Zimbabwe has seen a dramatic rise in the Delta variant over the past two months. In the last seven days, cases leaped from around 8,000 the previous week to more than 21,000, according to the country's health officials.  Just over 1.1 million of Z

Nigerian Army welcomes 28 Boko Haram, ISWAP Fighters after they surrender in Borno

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  The Nigerian Army has said that 28 members of Boko Haram and the Islamic State for West African Province (ISWAP), as well as their families, surrendered to troops of 151 Task Force Battalion under 21 Special Brigades in Borno State. The Director of Army Public Relations, Brig-Gen Onyema Nwachukwu disclosed this in a statement on Wednesday, July 21. He said the terrorists, who were fleeing aerial and artillery bombardments, surrendered to troops and that the terrorists and their families were taken in at the outskirts of Aza and Bula Daloye villages in the Bama Local Government Area of Borno state by troops of the battalion. “The arrested suspects comprised of 11 adult male terrorists, five adult females, and 12 children. The troops also recovered 27 rounds of 7.62 mm (special) ammunition, three AK 47 rifle magazines, and a black fragmental Jacket from the suspects,” the statement said. The army added that the suspected terrorists were undergoing preliminary investigations. “In a sepa

Uniben debunks report that graduate who wore "malpractice brought me this far" t-shirt has been ordered to rewrite all exams from 2nd year

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  The University of Benin has debunked reports circulating online that a recent graduate who wore an "aggressive malpractice brought me this far" t-shirt has been asked to rewrite her exams from 200 level. Recall that Peace Ufuoma went viral earlier this month when she wore the controversial t-shirt after her final exam. Uniben then set up a panel on July 13 to investigate Ufuoma for alleged malpractice. The committee was given one week to submit its report to the Microbiology Head of the Department Reports began circulating online on Wednesday, July 21, that the committee has concluded that Ufuoma rewrites all her exams from 200 level. However, the spokesperson for the University of Benin, Benedicta Adeola Ehanire, has said there is no report yet from the panel set up to investigate Peace Ufuoma, who is under probe for alleged exam malpractice. Ehanire told SaharaReporters: "The current report online is fake. The University is following due process; panels have been set

Priests should guide their parishioners and not attack them - Chimamanda Adichie replies Catholic Parish Priest who verbally attacked her during her mother's funeral mass

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  Chimamanda Adichie has replied to a Catholic Parish Priest who verbally attacked her over comments she made about the Catholic church in Nigeria, during her mother's funeral mass in the Abba community of Enugu state.  The celebrated author who revealed that she left the church angrily over the Parish Priest’s verbal attack, said she came back to explain what she said during the interview about the Catholic Church in Nigeria because the Abba community and the Catholic Church in the community mean a lot to her. Adichie noted that the Parish priest has had several opportunities to call her privately to explain her stance but never did. She also added that Priests are meant to guide parishioners and not attack them. CLICK NOW TO GET YOUR COPY AVAILABLE ON AMAZON AND OTHER MAJOR BOOKSTORES!! Recounting how the priest alleged that she said she doesn’t attend Catholic Church in Nigeria because it is all about money, she explained that what she said in the interview is there are good thi

Gunmen Kill Three-Month-Old Baby, 12 Others In Benue

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  A three-month-old baby and 12 adults have been reportedly shot dead by gunmen in separate incidents in some villages of the Guma Local Government Area of Benue State. The gunmen were said to have opened fire on travelers on Uikpam – Umenger road around 3pm on Tuesday, where five people, including the infant, lost their lives. It was learnt that the remaining eight people were killed at Branch Ude at 10pm on the same day The Local Government Council Chairman of Guma, Caleb Aba, who confirmed the incident to Daily Trust, noted that there was a burial in Torkula, and people who were coming back from the burial came under attack “It is true that there was an attack yesterday (Tuesday). There was a burial in Torkula and people who were coming back from the burial came under attack and about five people were killed “At about 10pm, yesterday there was another attack at Branch Ude where about eight people were killed, bringing the total to 13 people killed only yesterday “Two people were inj

NDLEA Nabs Two Women Wearing Hijab To Hide Illicit Drugs In Benue

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  Operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency have arrested a 36-year-old lady, Chioma Afam, for taking multiple identities and wearing hijabs to elude security search in Benue State. She was arrested alongside another suspect, Chidinma Caleb, 22, as they attempted to smuggle a total of 296,000 tablets of Diazepam and Exol-5 from Onitsha, Anambra State, to Gombe State. Chioma who picked up names such as Amina, Uzoamaka and Ifunanya to cover her criminal activities was arrested on Saturday, July 17. It was learnt that Chidinma also wore hijab as a cover for her despicable activities during routine checks and profiling of inward vehicles into Makurdi, the Benue State capital. Their vehicle which was coming from Onitsha, Anambra state was stopped along Makurdi – Alliade road while heading to Gombe State via Makurdi. A search of their vehicle led to the discovery of 43 kilogrammes of Diazepam and 33 kilogrammes of Exol-5, both weighing 76 kilogrammes with a total of 296,000 tabl

Protest At Supreme Court In Cotonou As Yoruba Nation Agitators Demand Igboho's Release

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  Some Yoruba nation agitators in Cotonou, Benin Republic, have held a peaceful demonstration outside the Supreme Court where it is believed that the extradition hearing of Yoruba activist, Sunday Adeyemo (Igboho), will be held. Olayomi Koiki, a media aide to Igboho, shared footage of the protest on Wednesday. In the video, the protesters were singing solidarity songs and demanding the immediate release of the Igboho. They also demanded an independent nation of the Yoruba people. The protesters said they had confidence in the Benin Republic justice system that Igboho would be freed. The protesters debunked claims that Igboho had been freed, stressing that he is still in custody.  Similar protests are currently being held in Ibadan, Oyo State, and in the United Kingdom.  SaharaReporters exclusively reported Igboho's arrest on Monday evening by security operatives in the Benin Republic. Igboho was arrested Monday night after fleeing Nigeria to evade arrest by Nigeria's secret pol

I found a treasure in Maiduguri amidts the unrest going on in the state: Chinenye Sobowale

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  The romantic journey of Chinenye Sobowale started after she received her NYSC (National Youth Service Corps) call-up letter stating Maiduguri as her primary place of assignment. Chinenye speaking with Giditalk interviewer: "I am so happy i summoned the courage to resume at Maiduguri. At first, i was so reluctant but then i prayed about it and the Lord told me to go ahead. My family members weren't totally in agreement with me traveling down to the North as I haven't traveled that far before, coupled with the numerous unrest going on in the state presently. We all prayed over it and we agree it was what the Lord wanted. Quite a number of people redeployed, I can’t blame them for their fears, it was obvious." Chinenye was asked if she had ever imagined marrying anyone from the northern part of the country: "No i have never seen myself marrying from the north, and to be honest i am still very much surprised how it all happened. I am a key ambassador of God's p

Any pastor that fails in evangelism should be sacked - Reno Omokri backs Winners Chapel's decision

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Singer Adele and LeBron James’ agent Rich Paul reportedly dating

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  Adele is reportedly dating again.  The British singer is said to be dating LeBron James' agent, Rich Paul after they were spotted courtside at Game 5 of the NBA Finals. ESPN's Brian Windhorst dropped the bombshell on his 'Lowe Post' podcast Saturday night shortly after the Bucks beat the Suns for Game 5 of the NBA Finals. "Rich Paul brings his girlfriend to the game to sit next to LeBron. His girlfriend is Adele," Windhorst said. "Rich Paul is at the game with Adele. ... This is the first time that they’ve come out in public together. So this will be all over the tabloids, especially in England tomorrow." The news comes just four months after Adele finalized her divorce from ex-husband Simon Konecki. After five years of dating and the birth of their son in 2012, the couple tied the knot in 2016. In April 2019, Adele separated from Konecki and later that year filed for divorce. 

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