Miscellaneous

Miscellaneous

What you probably didn’t know about Aisha Buhari

Aisha Muhammadu Buhari, the First Lady of Nigeria and the wife of the current President Muhammadu Buhari is a cosmetologist, Beauty Therapist and Author. Prior...

Microsoft to spend $100 million on Kenya, Nigeria tech development hub

NAIROBI (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp will invest $100 million to open an Africa technology development center with sites in Kenya and Nigeria over the...

Yahoo boy sent to prison months after graduation

A graduate of Criminology and Security Services, Adeusi Demola Olatunji, was on Monday, sentenced to four months in prison after being found guilty of...

Nearly 900 children recruited for anti-Boko Haram military efforts in Nigeria released

(Tribune News Service) — Nearly 900 children who were recruited to military forces fighting against Boko Haram in Nigeria were released Friday, UNICEF announced. The...

Six pupils score highest mark in common entrance – Minister

Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, has disclosed that six pupils who scored 191 each out of 200 marks, got the highest mark in the...

Nigerian Newspapers: 10 things you need to know this Friday morning

1. Governor of Rivers State, Nyesom Wike, has been issued a seven-day ultimatum by irate Niger Delta youths to reopen the Niger Delta Development...

Senate Kicks Against Bill Seeking To Phase Out Petrol Cars

The Nigerian Senate on Wednesday rejected a bill that sought to phase out the use of petrol cars and introduce electric cars in Nigeria...

Nike fined N5.6billon as EU reveals sportswear giant’s sin

U.S. sportswear maker Nike was hit with a 12.5 million euros fine on Monday for blocking cross-border sales of football merchandise of some of...

No need yet to celebrate HIV/AIDS-free Nigeria ~ buhari

The Nigeria HIV/AIDs Indicator and Impact Survey (NAIIS), 2018 has been inaugurated by President Muhammadu Buhari who made his first official appearance after the...

What role should our senators play in enabling a better economy?

In Nigeria, we’re obsessed with tokenism: we promote and support women and youth simply to appear “modern”, or because the candidates themselves have an...