Donald Trump has reportedly proposed an increase in the 2018 US defence budget by $54bn, while imposing funding cuts to other domestic programmes and foreign aid. Continue reading “Trump ‘seeks $54bn increase’ in military budget”
Recently, star actress, Tonto Dikeh, has been in the news over the turbulence rocking her 17-month-old marriage. At first,
Continue reading “was my husband’s punching bag –Tonto Dikeh”
Chief Rotimi Akeredolu and Mr. Agboola Ajayi of the All Progressives Congress have been sworn in as the governor and deputy governor of Ondo State respectively on Friday. Continue reading “Akeredolu sworn in, promises transformation in Ondo”
A police officer who stopped to help a woman who had crashed her truck, was sent flying through the air when another driver slammed into them. Continue reading “Policeman thrown 30ft into air as he’s hit by car after stopping to help woman with broken down truck”
A new mum fell pregnant with twins six weeks after the birth of her first child because she thought she couldn’t get pregnant while breastfeeding. Continue reading “New mum got pregnant with twins SIX WEEKS after giving birth because she thought breastfeeding was contraception”
Following a renewed attack on Nigerian nationals in South Africa popular US trained journalist, Kemi Olunloyo, has called on Nigerians to take a stand. Continue reading “Xenophobic attacks: We must boycott all South African businesses in Nigeria – Kemi Olunloyo”
Respect for the court ruling that affirmed Ali Sheriff as the authentic chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party is the “only way” to salvage Nigeria’s troubled opposition party, Ben Bruce has said. Continue reading “Supporting Ali Sheriff “only way” to save PDP from destruction – Ben Bruce”
Some opposition lawmakers on Thursday questioned the non-inclusion of one of them in the National Assembly delegation that recently visited President Muhammadu Buhari.
Continue reading “PDP lawmakers criticise non-inclusion of their member to meet Buhari in London”
At least 11 persons were killed as suicide bombers attacked Maiduguri, the Borno state capital on Thursday night, witnesses and security sources said.
Continue reading “Suicide bombers attack Maiduguri, ’11 killed’”
Three yet-to-be-identified people died in an accident in the early hours of Friday when a luxurious bus skidded off its track and plunged into a nearby waterway in Lagos. Continue reading “Bus plunges into Lagos canal, three dead”
seven minutes into a first division match between Santa Rita de Cassia and Libolo when hundreds of local fans stormed one of
the gates of the stadium to watch the match,news agency Xinhua reported.
At least 11 people were killed and threeothers were injured in a collision between a bus and a minibus in Belabo of Bangladesh’s
Narsinfdi district.Officer-in-charge of Belabo Police Station Badrul Alam said the accident took place in
Darigaon area of Dhaka-Sylhet highway around 8.45 am today. He said the identities
of the deceased could not be known immediately, but most of the deceased were
passengers of the minibus.
About 20,000 people staged a march throughMexico’s capital on Sunday demanding respect for their country and its migrants in the face ofperceived hostility from the administration of US President Donald Trump.Many marchers carried Mexican flags and dressed in white as a sign of unity and to signal the non-political nature of the march.
One of the banners read: “Gracias, Trump, for unifying Mexico!”