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Disintegration Not An Option – Cardinal Onaiyekan Warns Nigerians.

Retired Archbishop of the Catholic Archdiocese of Abuja, His Eminence, Cardinal John Onaiyekan has played down calls for the disintegration of Nigeria. He declared that disintegration was not in the best interest of Nigeria. Onaiyekan spoke while delivering the convocation lecture, in commemoration of the 10thAnniversary Celebration of Godfrey Okoye University, Enugu Daily Post reports.... Continue Reading →

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Nigeria To Experience Another Solar Eclipse on Boxing Day (See Details)

Mercury will pass in front of Sun on Nov 11 as astronomers given last chance to glimpse rare celestial event Talk Of Naija reports. Have you seen the Moon lately? When was the last time you observed the skies? The Moon and the stars are playing some interesting games. Nigeria and most parts of the... Continue Reading →

Nigerians Can Now Travel To Vietnam Without Visa

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo on Wednesday at the State House Banquet Hall, Abuja, proposed a toast to the Socialist Republic of Vietnam and the Federal Republic of Nigeria Gistmania reports. The Vietnam Visa Immigration also confirms this on their advisor page. The vice president’s toast was proposed at a dinner organized in honor of the... Continue Reading →

Photo: Nigerian Gay Rights Activist, Bisi Alimi Organizes First-Ever LGBT Pride Event In Lagos

Nigerian Gay rights activist, Bisi Alimi successfully organized the first-ever lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender, LGBT, pride event in Lagos on Tuesday. The HIV/LGBT advocate returned to Nigeria so he could attend the event themed, Night of Diversity 2019 organized by the Bisi Alimi Foundation. Alimi took to social media to give a summary of... Continue Reading →

Nigeria Begins Production Of Pencils, Quits Importation As FG Pledges Support.

Pencil production has begun in Nigeria. According to reports from Punch NG and Legit NG, an indigenous firm has commenced the production of pencils in the country using old newspapers. Minister of Science and Technology, Dr. Ogbonnaya Onu said the firm has the capacity to produce 2.4million dozens of pencils per annum which will surpass... Continue Reading →

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 →

“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 →

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