Monday, 16 October 2017

PNEA 2.0: Prestige Nigeria Education Awards 2017 Nominee List


The Central Working Committee of Prestige Nigeria Education Awards (#PNEA)  have announced the NOMINEES for the 2017 edition of the Prestige Awards tagged “RE-INVENT,” which is the second edition of the awards.

Wednesday, 4 October 2017

Jose Mourinho confident of landing Mesut Ozil

Manchester United will make a move for Mesut Ozil in January, according to reports.

The Arsenal playmaker is out of contract in the summer so will be free to start negotiating with European clubs in January - and according to The Independent Jose Mourinho is also looking at making a move.

Super Eagles upbeat on outright win against Zambia–Spokesman

The Super Eagles spokesman, Toyin Ibitoye, on Wednesday debunked the news that the team would be satisfied with a draw against Zambia, saying instead that the team would be going for an outright win.

Davido in a messy death scandal

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Nigerian superstar singer, David Adeleke, well known as Davido, who recently was celebrated for his large following on Instagram is now in a messy death scandal involving one of his friend Tagbo Umeike.

See why Cristiano Ronaldo wanted to join Manchester United

Real Madrid talisman, Cristiano Ronaldo, has admitted he wanted to join Manchester United after being 'mesmerized' by watching them on the television.

The then 18-year-old had started playing professionally at 17 for Sporting Lisbon but immediately starting dreaming of playing for bigger clubs.

Five reasons why Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho is the new Fergie

Jose Mourinho has manoeuvred himself into a position of strength at Manchester United. He has the Fergie-factor.

By and large, just like his illustrious predecessor, he can do little wrong.


Boris Johnson faces calls to resign - but defends 'unbelievably crass, callous and cruel' comments about Libya

Boris Johnson has defended his 'unbelievably crass, callous and cruel' comments about Libya after facing a storm of criticism and calls for his resignation.

The foreign secretary told fringe meeting at the Conservative party conference in Manchester that a Libyan city could become the next Dubai once it had cleared the dead bodies away.

SENATE INVESTIGATES NIGERIAN ARMY OVER COMPULSORY DISMISSAL OF 38 OFFICERS

The Nigerian Senate has begun an investigation into the dismissal of 38 men of the Nigerian Army, after one of the affected officers, Abdulfatai Mohammed, wrote a petition to the National Assembly.

Real Madrid 'consider £177m bid' for Tottenham striker Harry Kane

Real Madrid are considering a summer bid for Tottenham striker Harry Kane and are not deterred by the potential €200million (£177m) price tag, according to Spanish website Don Balon.

President Florentino Perez has been looking for a marquee striker for years, but the much-maligned Karim Benzema has held his place after winning favour with Zinedine Zidane and Cristiano Ronaldo.

Hackers stole information from ALL 3 BILLION users in 2013 cyber attack, Yahoo admits

Internet giant Yahoo has admitted that hackers stole personal data from ALL three billion user accounts as part of a cyber attack that occurred in 2013.

Wednesday, 27 September 2017

We're GREAT and we know we are: Man City star's claim ahead of Chelsea

lkay Gundogan insists Manchester City will prove their greatness against champions Chelsea.

Pep Guardiola’s Premier League leaders head to Stamford Bridge on Saturday looking to make a major statement in the race for the title.

Paris Saint-Germain 3-0 Bayern Munich: Cavani and Neymar put aside penalty-taking row

Paris Saint-Germain produced a clinical performance to punish a profligate Bayern Munich as Edinson Cavani and Neymar put aside their penalty-taking row to both score at the Parc des Princes.

FG declares Oct.2 public holiday

As part of activities to mark the country’s 57th Independence Anniversary, the Federal Government has declared Monday, October 2, public holiday.

BBC’s “100 Women”: Tiwa Savage makes List for 2017

In the latest BBC list of 100 inspirational and innovative women for 2017, Tiwa Savage made the list.

The 37-year-old Singer, songwriter and philanthropist is an intergral member of the Afrobeats scene and plans to open a music school.

Military storms parliament, evicts opposition legislators

The elite force of Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni on Wednesday stormed the parliament and removed opposition legislators.

Tuesday, 26 September 2017

U.S. to end Russian military flights over America

U.S. officials are preparing to announce restrictions to Russian military flights over American territory under the Treaty on Open Skies in the latest sign of strain in U.S.-Russia relations.

Japan kills 177 whales, shuns outcry

One hundred and seventy-seven whales have been killed by Japanese whalers in the north-west Pacific Ocean as part of an annual hunt, Japan’s Fisheries Ministry said on Tuesday.

Monday, 25 September 2017

Sweden allows child marriage for immigrants


In spite of the clear contradiction to Swedish law, underage immigrant wives have been repeatedly allowed to stay with their husbands.

Psquare splits as Peter alleges threat to life and family by Jude, goes by Mr. P


Paul and Peter Okoye of P-Square have gone their separate ways, with a fresh rift driving a wedge between the twin brothers whose music have over the years sensationalized the Nigerian entertainment scene.

Tuesday, 12 September 2017

Show of class and style at St. Graags College prize giving and graduation ceremony

It was a show of class, glamour and style as St. Graags College celebrates her 2017 end of the session party, prize giving day and graduation ceremony on Friday  the 14th of July, 2017.