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Fatoyinbo Cancels Church Special Programme Over Rape Scandal

7 months ago /
Nation 

Founder and Global Senior Pastor of the Commonwealth of Zion Assembly, COZA, Biodun Fatoyinbo, has cancelled his special annual forthcoming programme over rape allegations he is currently faced with.

Aston Villa Eye Move To Sign Emre Mor

7 months ago /
Sports  

Aston Villa have been very active in the summer transfer window and Dean Smith’s side have already secured five signings.

Arsenal Set To Offer Fresh Bid Of £20M For Kieran Tierney

7 months ago /
Sports  

It has been reported that Arsenal are set to return with a fresh bid of £20m 'plus add-ons' for Celtic's Kieran Tierney.

US-North Korea: Trump, Kim Agree To Restart Talks In Historic Meeting

7 months ago /
International News 

Donald Trump has become the first sitting US President to set foot in North Korea, after meeting Kim Jong-un in the area dividing the two Koreas.

Messi Admits To Under-Performing At Copa America

7 months ago /
Sports  

Lionel Messi has stated that he believes he has under-performed so far at the Copa America, despite Argentina making it through to the semifinals of the tournament.

Ruga Settlements Not Supervised By Office Of The Vice President - Presidency

7 months ago /
Nation 

The presidency says the establishment of Ruga settlements is not being supervised by the Office of the Vice President, contrary to claims reported in sections of the media.

Air Force Operation Green Sweep

7 months ago /
Security 

The Nigerian Air Force, NAF, has launched “Operation Green Sweep 2” against terrorists in the Northeast of the Country.

Brighton Has Completed Signing of Leandro Trossard from Belgian

7 months ago /
Sports  

Leandro Trossard has agreed on a four-year contract at the Amex Stadium. The 24-year-old captained Genk to the Belgian title last season, scoring 22 times and contributing 11 assists in 47 appearances in all competitions.

Netflix To Lose Hit Show “The Office” In 2020

7 months ago /
Entertainment 

Netflix is about to lose its most successful licensed television series. Bosses are no doubt floundering following the news that all nine seasons of US sitcom The Office will be leaving the streaming service in 2020.

Wendy Williams Son Pleads No Guilty In Assault Case Against Ex

7 months ago /
Entertainment 

Wendy Williams' son Kevin Hunter Jr. pleaded not guilty in court today to a simple assault charge after allegedly getting into a physical fight with his dad Kevin Hunter. The prosecutor has asked for more time to review the case and the 18-year-old will return to court in West Orange, NJ next month.

U.S. To Re-Start China Trade Talks

7 months ago /
Business and Economy  

The United States hopes to re-launch trade talks with China after President Donald Trump and President Xi Jinping meet in Japan on Saturday, but Washington will not accept any conditions around the U.S. use of tariffs in the dispute, a senior administration official said on Tuesday.

David Silva Will Leave Manchester City in 2020

7 months ago /
Sports  

David Silva will leave Manchester City at the end of next season after a decade with the Premier League champions.

Presidential Election Petition Update

7 months ago /
Politics 

The Court of Appeal has adjourned further proceedings in the pre-hearing of the petition filed by the Peoples Democracy Party and Atiku Abubakar till Monday the first of July, 2019.

Movie On Mental Challenges “Unbreakable” Premiers

7 months ago /
Entertainment 

In a bid to discourage members of the society from indulging in all forms of suicide as a result of some mental challenges arising from depression, and other genetic illnesses, the unbroken partners in collaboration with Lamma Cares Foundation, DAAR Communications Plc have launched a movie titled "unbreakable" to further sensitise1 Nigerians especially the youth on ways of handling certain psychological and mental challenges prevalent in the society.

Arts And Culture Practitioners Want Nigeria To Use Tourism To Boost The Economy

7 months ago /
Nation 

The first ten-day Abuja festival of art came to an end with perfect agreement among participants and visitors that the Nigerian government needs to do more to promote its tourism potentials.

Alleged Certificate Forgery: Court Of Appeal Orders Buhari To Respond In 5 Days

7 months ago /
Nation 

The Court of Appeal in Abuja has ordered President Muhammadu Buhari to respond within 5 days to the appeal filed against his qualification for the 2019 presidential election.

African Parliamentarians Advised On Effective Opposition Politics

7 months ago /
Politics 

Lawmakers in opposition parties in Africa have been advised to always play a critical role in pushing for policies that will assist in the development and strengthen Africa’s Democracy.

Onaiyekan Foundation Offers Free Medical Care To IDPs In Abuja

7 months ago /
Health 

The Nigerian government has been urged to intensify efforts to provide quality healthcare for its citizens.

INEC Reviews 2019 Elections

7 months ago /
Election 

Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, Professor Mahmood Yakubu has appreciated efforts by the electoral officers in the just concluded 2019 general elections.

Windstorm Wreaks Havoc In Abuja

7 months ago /
Nation 

Two persons escaped death by the whiskers after a telecommunications mast collapsed and wreaked havoc on properties worth millions of naira in Jabi District of Abuja, the nation's capital.