Tory leadership contest: Mark Harper is 12th MP to enter race

Conservative MP Mark Harper has become the 12th candidate to join the race to replace Prime Minister Theresa May. The former chief whip told the Daily Telegraphhe was "quite happy to acknowledge that in this contest I am the underdog". He faces 11 other candidates, including five current and four former cabinet ministers. The winner, expected... Continue Reading →


FIFA U20 World Cup: Nigeria’s Flying Eagles hold Ukraine to progress

The Nigeria U20 team on Thursday night battled to a 1-1 draw against Ukraine in their final group game of the ongoing FIFA U20 World Cup in Poland. The Flying Eagles required a victory to be double-sure of their place in the Round of 16, but they were still able to pull through as one... Continue Reading →

Nigerians became poorer in Buhari’s first term – The Economist

The Economist reviewed the first term of President Muhammadu Buhari and concluded that Nigerians became poorer during his first four years in office. The magazine, in the publication, which was posted on its website on Thursday, said while the Nigerian economy was “stuck like a stranded truck,” average incomes fell during the four-year period covering... Continue Reading →

Teacher walks to death in Asaba over Okowa’s largesse

A single mother of three children, Lovett Ighorodhe, slumped and died during the Delta State Governor Annual Elders’ Tournament Walk tagged: ‘Walk to Health’ in Asaba on Monday. The 10-kilometre walk that was strictly for Delta residents between the ages of 55 and 70 without gender discrimination was one of the activities lined up for... Continue Reading →

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