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  • Bravo’s Heroic Put Chile in Confederation Cup Final - l Alexis Sanchez’s Chile are first through to the Confederations Cup final on penalties after a star turn from Claudio Bravo. The Chileans appeared to snatch victory in the closing moments of extra-time when Arturo Vidal hit the bar, and then Martin Rodriguez did the same off the rebound. But...
  • Nigeria to Begin Yam Export to United Kingdom - Nigeria will on Thursday begin yam exports to the United Kingdom with 72 tons of yams in three containers, the Minister of Agriculture, Chief Audu Ogbeh said. He said the matter was tabled at the Federal Executive Council (FEC) meeting on Wednesday as a major milestone in the export market...
  • BREAKING: EVANS DRAGS IGP, 3 OTHERS TO COURT OVER DETENTION - Chukwudumeme Onwuamadike a.k.a. Evans, the suspected billionaire kidnapper, has dragged the Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris and three others before the Federal High Court in Lagos over alleged illegal detention. Joined as respondents in the motion he filed by his lawyers are the Nigeria Police Force, Commissioner of Police,...
  • Technology key to Lagos Transport Urbanisation – Expert - The power of technology and collaboration is vital in building the transport systems of the future. Lagos State Governor Akinwunmi Ambode has reinforced this sentiment in his plans to remove Danfo yellow buses from Lagos’ roads. This landmark decision reveals an intention to reduce congestion and pollution, as well as...
  • Messi and Roccuzzo Set for Mother of All Weddings - Lionel Messi and Antonella Roccuzzo will finally tie the knot this week, cementing a relationship that stretches right back to when they were just five years old growing up in Rosario, Argentina. Although much of their time together has been spent in Barcelona, there has been room for sentiment with the couple...

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Nigeria to Begin Yam Export to United Kingdom

Nigeria will on Thursday begin yam exports to the United Kingdom with 72 tons of yams in three containers, the Minister of Agriculture, Chief Audu Ogbeh said. He said the matter was tabled at the Federal Executive Counci...

BREAKING: EVANS DRAGS IGP, 3 OTHERS TO COURT OVER DETENTION

Chukwudumeme Onwuamadike a.k.a. Evans, the suspected billionaire kidnapper, has dragged the Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris and three others before the Federal High Court in Lagos over alleged illegal detentio...

UTME: JAMB Urges Candidates to Print Exam Slip

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has directed candidates scheduled for the mop-up Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) to print their examination slip on Wednesday. The board gave the dire...

Former Taraba Governor, Dambaba Suntai is Dead

Former Taraba Governor Dambaba Suntai of Taraba State who survived an air crash at the Yola Airport in Adamawa State in 2012 has died. Suntai died at home where he was undergoing rehabilitation for brain injuries arising...

Take Over LAUTECH, SUG President Begs FG

Debo Balogun, student union president, Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH) Ogbomosho, has appealed to the federal government to take over the leadership of the institution. The school is currently being m...

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MainOne Out of Service for 14 Days – Official

The Chief Executive Officer, MainOne, Ms. Funke Opeke, on Tuesday said the company’s submarine cable would be out of service for 14 days due to a fault. According to a statement in Lagos, Opeke said that the company ex...

Uber Taxi is Life Empowerment, Transforming Experiences- Nigerian Drivers

   Uber officially launched operations in Nigeria in July 2014, and since then, the technology company has been providing a safe, reliable and affordable transportation alternative for tens of thousands of Nigerians by...

Nokia 3310: Now the Chief Comer Mobile Phone

The classic mobile phone name, Nokia 3310, has been brought back to life by Finnish start-up HMD Global. The company is busy working on a number of new Android devices that will challenge the dominance of the iPhone, but...

U.S. Picks Five Nigerian TechWomen for Honour

Two of the Tech Women fellows, Carolyn Seaman and Damilola Anwo-Ade pose with CPAO Aruna Amirthanayagam, Ambassador W Stuart Symington and his wife, Susan. Embassy photo by Ola Aworinde. The United States have selected f...

Nokia, Apple to Co-operate After Settling Patent Row

Finnish telecommunications equipment maker Nokia and Apple on Tuesday said they had settled a legal dispute regarding the right of the U.S. technology giant to use patents owned by Nokia. Maria Varsellona, who is in char...

Zinox Sues Premium Times, Demands N2Bn for Defamation

Zinox Technologies Ltd., foremost Information and Communications Technology (ICT) company, has slammed N2 billion suit on Premium Times, an online news medium, for a series of defamatory publications against the company,...

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Technology key to Lagos Transport Urbanisation – Expert

The power of technology and collaboration is vital in building the transport systems of the future. Lagos State Governor Akinwunmi Ambode has reinforced this sentiment in his plans to remove Danfo yellow buses from Lagos...

Japanese OEM to Market Smartphones in Nigeria

Japanese smart phone company is reportedly set to make a grand entry into the Nigerian mobile market as part of its plan to explore the West African market region. Feelers emanating from Japan, headquarters of the ambiti...

Nigeria: Long Queues at ATM Galleries, Bank Halls After Holidays

Automated Teller Machines, cash dispensing points and bank halls witnessed long queues in Jos, the Plateau capital, Nigeria as business activities resumed while workers returned to work after the Eid-el Fitr holiday. Cor...

African Nations Urged to Attract New Investors in ICT

Mr Mustapha Shehu, immediate past President, Federation of African Engineering Organisation (FAEO), has called on African Governments to initiate policies that would attract more private sector investment in ICT. Shehu,...

E-commerce: Govt Captures Identities of OLX Online Staff

  Online classified site, OLX.com.ng has opened a database for all its accredited e-commerce sales representatives with the Lagos state government in the bid to authenticate the credibility of the portal against ide...

ECWA to Inaugurate Digital TV July

The Evangelical Church Wining All (ECWA) says it will inaugurate its digital TV in July. Pastor Gideon Titus of  ECWA Goodnews,  Gonin Gora, made this known in Kaduna on Sunday at a thanksgiving service. Titus said tha...

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Bravo’s Heroic Put Chile in Confederation Cup Final

l Alexis Sanchez’s Chile are first through to the Confederations Cup final on penalties after a star turn from Claudio Bravo. The Chileans appeared to snatch victory in the closing moments of extra-time when Arturo Vid...

Messi and Roccuzzo Set for Mother of All Weddings

Lionel Messi and Antonella Roccuzzo will finally tie the knot this week, cementing a relationship that stretches right back to when they were just five years old growing up in Rosario, Argentina. Although much of their...

Nigeria Renamed Federation Cup to AITEO Cup, prize Nonies Now N25M

The oldest football competition in Nigeria, Federation Cup has been renamed AITECO Cup. This is  an extension/addendum to the company’s  AITECO, sponsorship agreement with the Nigeria Football Federation(NFF). AITECO...

Jose Mourinho ‘Steals’ Andy Murray’s Wimbledon Trophy

Jose Mourinho and Andy Murray have starred in a brilliant advert where the former ‘steals’ the latter’s Wimbledon trophy. In the Jaguar commercial, the tennis world number one can be seen giving up last...

Evander Holyfield’s Ear Still Bears The Scar of Mike Tyson’s...

Exactly 20 years on, Evander Holyfield’s ear still bears the scar of Mike Tyson’s teeth.Time heals, just as they say it always does, these two all-time great heavyweights are now best buddies as the biter has...

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Beyonce, Jay-Z’s Twins Premature, ‘Under the Lights’

Beyonce‘s twins were premature and are “under the lights” to normalize … this according to sources connected with the family. We’re told Beyonce did not go full-term … which was not ap...

Seven Fake Credit Cards Found on Dammy Krane

Seven fake credit cards were found in the pockets of Dammy Krane on June 1 when he was arrested at Opa-locka Executive Airport in Miami Dade, Florida. A New Miami Times report said the police have charged him on nine cou...

Tboss, Kemen Reconcile After #BBNaija “Beef”

Big Brother Naija (BBNaija) Reality Show housemates, Tokunbo Idowu popularly called Tboss, and Ekemini Ekerete also known as Kemen, have finally reconciled, after two months of “beef”. Kemen, a ship manager turn fitn...

Sosoliso Plane Crash Survivor Turned Singer, Kechi, Scammed

Sosoliso plane crash survivor, Kechi Okwuchi, became an instant international singing star when she wowed the judges of America’s Got Talent reality show recently with her sonorous voice and powerful vocal. All four ju...

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U.S. Supreme Court Revives Trump’s Travel Ban

The U.S Supreme Court on ruled on Monday to allow President Donald Trump temporary bans on travelers from six Muslim-majority countries until it reviews the matter later this year. The court also allowed ban on all refug...

Untold Reasons Why Chris Giwa Defects to PDP

The Action Congress of Nigeria’s candidate for the Plateau governorship seat in 2011, Mr Chris Giwa, has defected to the Peoples Democratic Party. Giwa, the proprietor of Giwa FC of Jos, who was received at the party...

Osinbajo Condemns Violent Attacks in Taraba

Acting President Yemi Osinbajo on Thursday condoles with the victims of the recent violent attacks in a number of communities in Taraba State, where deaths have been reported. He condemned the acts of violence, assurin...

BREAKING: INEC Receives Signatures on Dino Melaye’s Recall

The Independent National Electoral Commission has received signatures from the electorates in Kogi West Senatorial District, asking for the recall of Senator Dino Melaye from the Senate. Six bags, which contained the sig...