Wednesday, 1 July 2015

7 women arraigned for Prostitution and Child Trafficking in Ondo State..

Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, NSCDC, Ondo State command detained seven women on suspicion of prostitution and child trafficking.

The women were arrested at a brothel on Car Street, in Akure, Ondo state, after some church members reported a suspected commercial sex worker and trafficker, Susan John, to police for luring a girl, Faith Ekepemephia, into prostitution.

Tuesday, 30 June 2015

Bank Verification Number (BVN) Registration date has been extended...

The central bank of Nigeria (CBN) has extended the deadline for the bank verification number (BVN) registration to October 31, 2015.

The bank said the extension is meant to facilitate smooth completion of registration.

The exercise, which started in February 2014, was initially meant to close on June 30.

The process entails data capturing of customers finger prints and also capturing of the customer in order to generate unique numbers for proper identification.

110,000 infected with HIV AIDS in Taraba State... Statistics by Network of People Living With HIV/AIDs in Nigeria(NEPWHAN) Coordinator.

Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS in Taraba, Mr. Edward Ogenyi on Tuesday said that about 110,849 people are living with the virus in the State.

Ogenyi said this at the commencement of a five-day ‘Demand Generation Activities for HIV and AIDS Service Uptake’ in Jalingo the State capital.

Football Papers: All Transfer Rumors and Gossip This Evening


Radamel Falcao is expected to complete his loan move to Chelsea imminently before taking a three-week holiday after a difficult season ended in Colombia’s Copa America exit.


Sergio Ramos is keen to talk to Manchester United and has informed the Real Madrid hierarchy that it is only Louis van Gaal’s side he is interested in joining if he quits La Liga.


A bus driver has done the unthinkable this afternoon around Muson centre/TBS in Lagos.
According to Linda Ikeji,  the bus driver was stopped by the officials of Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) for disobeying traffic rule.

The officials decided to seize his bus but he did the unthinkable. He went under the bus and refused to come out, causing traffic on the road. See photos below:

Tuesday, 14 April 2015

Almajiris Were Responsible for Goodluck's Failure- Kwankwaso

Senator elect and Governor of Kano state, Rabiu Kwankwaso claims that the Almajiri votes were responsible for voting out President Goodluck Jonathan.
Almajiris Were Responsible For GEJ's Ouster - Kwankwaso
Governor Rabiu Kwankwaso of Kano State.
Kwankwaso who was speaking in an on-air interview with Channels television also decried the political play in the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), saying it has divided Nigerians along religious and ethnic lines.

5 Ways Jonathan Surprised Nigerians

The presidential election has come and gone after what seemed to be the runup to a conflict, and everyone agrees we’ve achieved something historic with the election.

For the first time we’ve voted out an incumbent president and we’re getting set to see the PDP hand over to a new party after 16 years in charge. It’s clearly progressive for the Nigerian people in many ways.

Before this election there were a lot of rumours flying around about what would happen and what the government would do. People said a lot about the issue. But with the election behind us now, one thing that’s clear is that President Jonathan has disproved the speculations with the way his government has handled the situation.

Here are five ways the president has proved everyone wrong with this election.