• Here Are Six Tips To Get Your Phone Battery to Charge Much Faster

    Here Are Six Tips To Get Your Phone Battery to Charge Much Faster

    These are trusted ways of ensuring your Smartphone battery charges faster for efficiency and effectiveness in use.

    Under heavy use, mobile phone batteries can only last a day or 2 that makes it essential to charge it frequently. In this modern-day times where you have little time, it helps a lot to conserve some time

    Here are some ideas to get your phone battery recharge much faster.

    1. Always use the best battery charger

    Though this might be difficult, avoid charging your phone using […]

  • Former Minister Nenadi Usman seeks transfer, severance of criminal charge

    Former Minister Nenadi Usman seeks transfer, severance of criminal charge

    Nenadi Usman, a former minister of finance, on Monday informed a Federal High Court, Lagos of her application seeking severance and transfer of a criminal charge pending before the court.

    Usman is charged by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) alongside, a former Aviation minister, Femi Fani-Kayode and Danjuma Yusuf, on a 17 count charge bordering on the offences.

    Fani-Kayode who was also Director, Media and Publicity of ex-President Goodluck Jonathan’s campaign organisation, was absent in court.

    His counsel, Mr Wale Balogun […]

  • FG files 9-count charge against  Supreme Court Judge

    FG files 9-count charge against Supreme Court Judge

    It was gathered that the Federal Government has filled a 9-count charge of money laundering and corruption against Justice Sylvester Ngwuta of the Supreme Court.

    It would be recalled that the Department of State Services (DSS) had raided the homes of the judges between October 7 and October 8 while Ngwuta and six other justices were later suspended.

    The charge, filed in Federal High Court, Abuja, alleged that Ngwuta illegally retained in his possession N35,358, 000.00 contrary to the money laundering (prohibition) […]

  • I’m in charge of presidency, not my nephew, Daura – Buhari

    I’m in charge of presidency, not my nephew, Daura – Buhari

    Following the news that President Muhammadu Buhari’s nephew, Alhaji Mamman Daura, is a major power player in the Buhari-led government, the President has stressed that he, not Daura, is in charge of the Presidency.

    It would be recalled that Daura, who organizes Buhari’s speeches, whether on the economy, education or terrorism, has recently been accused of plagiarism.

    He was said to have plagiarized a major speech delivered by the Nigerian leader in which the words of United States president, Barack Obama were […]

  • Abuja DISCO to procure, install 80,000 meters free of charge to electricity consumers – MD

    Abuja DISCO to procure, install 80,000 meters free of charge to electricity consumers – MD

    According to reports, the Abuja Electricity Distribution Company says it will procure and install 80,000 meters free of charge to more customers under its mass metering project.

    A statement by AEDC’s Head, Public Relations and Media, Ahmed Shekarau, stated that the Managing Director of AEDC, Ernest Mupwaya, announced this when the management of Bureau of Public Enterprises visited the AEDC office.

    Mupwaya said the meters were in addition to the 57,000 installed for customers through the Credited Advance Payment for Metering Implementation.

    He […]

  • Reps charge FG on Nigerian students arrested in Turkey

    Reps charge FG on Nigerian students arrested in Turkey

    It was gathered that the House of Representatives on Tuesday urged the Federal Government to explore all diplomatic means of rescuing the student arrested by the Turkish Gvernment and resolve the issue.

    The House also mandated its committees on Foreign Affairs, Diaspora Matters, Interior and Tertiary Institutions to investigate the matter and report back to the House in one week for further legislative duties.

    The resolution of the House was sequel to the passage of a motion sponsored by a member Hon. […]

  • Don’t increase access charge to Nigeria’s airports – Reps tell FAAN

    Don’t increase access charge to Nigeria’s airports – Reps tell FAAN

    According to reports, the House of Representatives on Tuesday urged the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria, FAAN, to reverse its decision to increase Access Gate Charge slated to commence on Saturday.

    The house also mandated its Committee on Aviation to engage the management of FAAN for explanation on the purported increment in the face of current economic challenges in the country.

    This followed a motion under Matters of Urgent Public Importance by Rotimi Agunsoye (APC-Lagos), which was unanimously adopted by members through […]

  • Anti-grazing law: You can’t charge us for terrorism – Herdsmen tell Fayose

    Anti-grazing law: You can’t charge us for terrorism – Herdsmen tell Fayose

    Counsel to Fulani herdsmen in Ekiti State, Mr. Umar Imam, has condemned the anti-grazing law signed into law on Monday by Governor Ayodele Fayose.

    The herdsmen, through their counsel, said the House of Assembly has no power to charge erring members of the association with terrorism for carrying light weapons.

    Imam, acting for the Jamu Nate Fulbe Association of Nigeria, a body of Fulani herdsmen, said herdsmen who carried light weapons like cutlasses, knives, catapult and arrows within the time stipulated by […]

  • Court frees Catholic priest of child rape charge

    Court frees Catholic priest of child rape charge

    The Parish Priest of Church of Assumption, Asokoro, Abuja, Rev. Fr. Anthony Ochigbo, charged with the rape of a 10-year-old parishioner, has been freed of the charge.

    A Gudu Upper Area Court, Abuja, which discharged him on Tuesday also struck out the First Information Report for lack of jurisdiction.

    The Upper Area Court judge, Alhaji Umar Kagarko, held that Ochigbo was arraigned under Section 282 of the Penal Code and not under the Child Rights Act.

    Kagarko said that the court had jurisdiction […]

  • Armed herdsmen to face terrorism charge – Fayose

    Armed herdsmen to face terrorism charge – Fayose

    The Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose, has said any herdsman caught grazing in the state with arms or in possession of any weapon will be charged with terrorism and prosecuted accordingly.

    The governor stated this after signing a bill titled ‘Prohibition of Cattle and other Ruminants Grazing in Ekiti, 2016’, into law on Monday during a meeting with traditional rulers and chiefs at the Government’s House in Ado Ekiti.

    The bill was read to the gathering by the Speaker of the state’s […]

  • EFCC set to charge Falae with money laundering

    EFCC set to charge Falae with money laundering

    The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission is set to arraign a former Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Chief Olu Falae, for allegedly receiving N100m from the Goodluck Jonathan Campaign Organisation during the 2015 General Elections.

    The N100m, which was given to Falae on the instruction of a former Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party Board of Trustees, Chief Tony Anenih, was said to have emanated from the imprest account of the Office of the National Security Adviser in the […]