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Nigerian Painting, “Christine” Sold For N500 Million In London

– A painting named Christine by Ben Enwonwu has sold for N500 million in London – Christine which was painted in 1971 has been with a particular family for many decades – A recent google search by the family revealed the real worth of the painting as they were unaware of the significance of the... Continue Reading →

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“Nigerian Companies Advertising On Foreign Media Are Shameless” – Bode George Says

Chief Olabode George, a former Deputy National Chairman of PDP, has called on the government to punish Nigerian companies advertising on foreign media such as CNN, Latest Nigerian News reports. According to him: “Every day, go to see CNN, you see three major Nigerian companies advertising. You see them showing juju music adverts on CNN... Continue Reading →

International NGOs Are Scamming Nigeria – President Buhari Drops Bombshell

President Muhammadu Buhari accused the international NGOs working in the theatre of war in the North East of scamming Nigeria and their donors, in that their impact in addressing the humanitarian problems in the region does not match the millions of dollars they claim to have spent. Buhari dropped the bombshell on Wednesday when he... Continue Reading →

Buhari Signs 30 Trade Deals With South African President Ramaphosa

South Africa and Nigeria, yesterday, signed 30 trade and cooperation agreements weeks after a wave of violence against Nigerian nationals in Johannesburg and Pretoria strained relations between Africa’s top two economies. Presidents Cyril Ramaphosa and Muhammadu Buhari, at the conclusion of a two-day visit by the Nigerian leader, said they regretted the violence and subsequent... Continue Reading →

“Nigerians Will Begin To Pay For Deposits And Withdrawals in the Year 2020”- CBN

Starting from yesterday September 18, 2019, Nigerians operating bank accounts will begin to pay charges for deposits and withdrawals. This comes after the Central Bank of Nigeria on Tuesday said that the nationwide implementation of the cashless policy will begin by March 2020. The apex bank said that implementation of the policy would signal the... Continue Reading →

(VIDEO): “Many Nigerians In South Africa Are Drug Traffickers” – SA Minister, Naledi Pandor

South Africa's Minister of foreign affairs, Naledi Pandor has stated that many Nigerians living in the country are involved in drug and human trafficking. The Minister made the disclosure in response to criticism of South Africa's security operatives not doing enough to stop the xenophobic attacks against foreigners. When asked by eNCA if security agencies... Continue Reading →

Nigeria is a Major Contributor Of The $90bn Illegal Money Going Overseas From Africa – ICPC

The bulk of an estimated $90 billion that left Africa annually through illicit financial flow to overseas might have come from Nigeria. The Chairman of the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC), Bolaji Owasanoye, made the disclosure on Thursday at the 2019 Africa Union (AU) Anti-Corruption Day in Lagos. Mr Owasanoye, represented... Continue Reading →

Exclusive VIDEO: Anthony Joshua (Former Heavy-Weight Champion) Visits Nigeria and All The Ladies Are Going Crazy

Former heavyweight champion of the world, Anthony Joshua is currently in Nigeria on a charity visit and as expected he is being mugged by several loyal fans and supporters. Anthony Joshua's parent are from Nigeria and this would be the first time he would visit the country since he became the heavy weight champion of... Continue Reading →

Just In: “Nigeria’s Population Now 190 Million” – NPC Reveals

The National Population Commission DG explained that the urgency of a census had positive implications for national security. The National Population Commission has estimated that the population of the country is about 190 million. The Director-General of the commission, Dr Ghaji Ismail, who spoke at a press conference  on Tuesday, said it was imperative to... Continue Reading →

Nigerians Reacts On Social Media Over The Viral Image Of Food Served To Nigerian Children In Schools

Nigerians have in their numbers trooped to social media over the viral image of food served to Nigerian children in their schools. Many have come to criticize President Muhammadu Buhari‘s School feeding program as a failed scheme. One of many is a human right lawyer and social media influencer Abdul Mahmud. He tweeted: “Detained at... Continue Reading →

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