Month: November 2018

Blac Chyna set to launch a whitening cream she does not use in Nigeria

American Super Model, Angela Renee White a.k.a. Blac Chyna who is set to launch a whitening cream, she does not use, has arrived Lagos with a taste of Nigerian Jollof Rice which she said was the best. The former Stripper was ushered into Lagos at the Murtala Mohammed International Airport with maximum security. The 30 year old mother of two (`King’ in 2012 with rapper, Tyga and `Dream’ in 2016 with Rob Kardashian) took to her insta-story to share the picture of the plate of Nigerian Jollof Rice with a caption: “Nigerian jollof is so bomb’’. Blac Chyna’s post...

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14 year old Girl stabs father to death in Asaba

The Delta State Police Command has arrested a 14-year-old girl in Asaba for allegedly stabbing his father to death. The name of the man and the girl were not mentioned according to The Punch. The incident happened in the Cable Point area of the Asaba, the state capital. Trouble started on Thursday evening when the man disciplined her for an offence she committed before he went to sleep. It was gathered that the girl, who was unhappy with the development, waited until he was asleep before stabbing him to death with a knife. The state Police Public Relations Officer, Andrew Aniamaka,...

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Boko Haram abducts another set of 15 girls

Suspected Boko Haram gunmen kidnapped 15 girls overnight in a village near Toumour, southeastern Niger, the local mayor said on Saturday. According to the News Agency of Nigeria, NAN, Boukar Mani Orthe, the mayor of the town in Niger’s Diffa region near the border with Nigeria, said about 50 unidentified armed men seized the girls in a village about nine kilometres from the town centre. On Thursday suspected Boko Haram fighters killed eight people working at French drilling company, Foraco’s water well site in Toumour. Boko Haram has been waging an insurrection since 2009 aimed at establishing an Islamic...

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Fake videos: Army threatens to invoke Cyber law against peddlers

The Nigerian Army has threatened to sue purveyors of fake videos and other images, in connection with the recent Boko Haram attack on troops at Metele in Borno State. It was the second response by the army in 24 hours since the attack on 18 November. The army in a Facebook post expressed concern over indiscriminate circulation of series of fake video footage on social media platforms, an action which creates fear and unrest in the society. It dismissed the videos as ‘false’, explaining that they  do not portray the situation on ground, stressing that such videos served the...

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Facebook: The big questions that hangs over it’s future

These are turbulent times in Silicon Valley. Tech giants such as Google and Amazon are facing staff protests over the way they’ve handled issues like sexual harassment. In the stock market, those same firms are taking a bit of a beating. On Tuesday, Apple shares took yet another dive — prices are 20 per cent down on their year high. Other so-called FAANG stocks — Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix and Google parent firm Alphabet, are also under pressure. However, it is Facebook that is particularly feeling the heat. Its rivals may have tricky issues to try and tackle, but...

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