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Friday, April 26, 2019

All you need to know about Chioma Akpotha – Her ‘Oyinbo’ husband, biography, age, children, family & movies

Chioma Chukwuka Akpotha is a Nigerian actress. She was born on March 12, 1980, in Oraifite,Ekwusigo Local Government Area, Anambra State, Nigeria. She completed her primary education at Onward Nursery and Primary School in Lagos State, and then proceeded to Federal Government Girls College in Onitsha, Anambra State for her secondary education. She then headed to Lagos State University where she studied Banking and Finance.

Lady gets married to her US based man via video call

A man has shared pictures of how his cousin got married to her US based man via video call because he couldn’t make it down to Nigeria for the wedding.

Boko Haram: Troops kill 3 terrorists in Borno

In continuation of the on going Operation YANCIN TAFKI, troops of the Multinational Joint Task Force, MNJTF, operating in close collaboration with troops of the Nigerian Army have continued to put pressure on Boko Haram Terrorists resulting in more human and equipment casualties for the terrorist group.

IS conflict: Coalition strikes on Raqqa 'killed 1,600 civilians'

More than 1,600 civilians were killed in US-led coalition air and artillery strikes during the offensive to oust the Islamic State group from the Syrian city of Raqqa in 2017, activists say.

After Terror Attacks, Sri Lanka To Stop Visa-On-Arrival For Citizens Of 39 Countries

The decision comes in the aftermath of the Easter suicide bombings that killed nearly 360 people.

SHOCKING!! Governor Rochas Okorocha CRUCIFIES Himself On The Cross

Governor Rochas Okorocha has shocked many people after he crucified himself to the cross to signify his sacrifices to the people of Imo state during his tenure.

Buhari To Commission Projects In Borno, Proceed To UK On Private Visit

President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday will be proceeding to the United Kingdom on a private visit, after commissioning some projects in Maiduguri the Borno state capital.

2019 polls: Courts are guided by Electoral Act, not by social media videos —Keyamo

A Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Festus Keyamo, has said that some videos circulating on the social media purportedly showing how the February 23, 2019 presidential election was rigged are of no effect when weighed against the provisions of the Electoral Act and INEC’s guidelines.

Sri Lanka bombing suspects may still be on the run, police warn

Colombo, Sri Lanka (CNN)Police in Sri Lanka have warned that more suspects in the Easter Sunday bombings were on the run, as it emerged that a prominent spice tycoon was being held on suspicion of helping two of his sons who participated in the attacks.

Malaria vaccine rolled out for tens of thousands of children

A large-scale pilot of what has been called the world's first malaria vaccine to give partial protection to children has begun in Malawi.

We’ve contributed $495m towards ending malaria in Nigeria – US

The United States has contributed $495m for malaria control in Nigeria since 2011, the US Ambassador to Nigeria, Stuart Symington, has said.
Symingyon disclosed this in a piece, titled ‘US salutes health champions in Nigeria leading efforts to end malaria, to commemorate the World Malaria Day.

On Friday, Prince William will visit the two mosques where the massacres took place March 15.

Anzac Day is a memorial holiday on the anniversary of New Zealand and Australian soldiers, known as Anzacs, landing on the Gallipoli Peninsula in 1915. More than 10,000 soldiers from the two countries were killed during that World War I campaign in what is now Turkey.

Bayelsa Assembly Members Approve Monthly Life Pension For Themselves

The controversial bill, sponsored by the leader of the House, Peter Akpe, which was passed on the floor of the House, approved N500,000 post-service monthly pension to the speakers of the assembly, while deputy speakers will receive N200,000. Members are to get N100,000
The Bayelsa State House of Assembly on Wednesday approved monthly life pensions for all present and past members of the legislature.

Nightclub Raid, Patriarchy and Moral Policing in Abuja By Leo Igwe

The raid at Caramelo nightclub testifies to an incipient moral policing that is slowly being introduced in Abuja. This policing process is heavily biased against women and must be nipped in the bud. Feminists and human rights campaigners must call out this obnoxious trend because the law is being used to legitimize and mask what is patently a very oppressive and iniquitous process.