• Watching Too Much Porn Damages Men’s Brain – Study Reveals

    Watching Too Much Porn Damages Men’s Brain – Study Reveals

    A new study has discovered that men who watch too much pornography risk damaging their brains.

    Men who report watching a lot of pornography tend to have less volume and activity in regions of the brain linked to rewards and motivation, says a new German study.

    The study, published in JAMA Psychiatry, can’t say watching porn caused the decrease in brain matter and activity, however.

    It’s not clear, for example, whether watching porn leads to brain changes or whether people born with certain […]

  • Odili sues Peterside for alleged defamation, claims N6bn damages

    Odili sues Peterside for alleged defamation, claims N6bn damages

    It was gathered that the former governor of Rivers State, Dr. Peter Odili, has dragged the governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress in the 2015 election, Dr. Dakuku Peterside, to court for an alleged defamation of character.

    Odili, who is claiming the sum of N6bn as damages in the suit, had stated that Peterside, who is the current Director General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, had defamed him through a newspaper publication in February 2016.

    The defendant was […]

  • FUNAAB re-opens after unrest; students to pay for damages

    FUNAAB re-opens after unrest; students to pay for damages

    The Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, has announced the resumption of academic activities on October 3, weeks after the school closed indefinitely following students’ unrest which resulted in the destruction of properties.

    The Head, Directorate of Public Relations of the University, Emi Alawode, said in a statement on Saturday that the Senate ordered the resumption.

    The Senate also directed that all students must pay N5, 000.00 as fine for the damage done during the unrest.

    “Senate, at the end of its emergency meeting […]

  • Boko Haram: Sheriff demands apology, damages from Borno Justice Commissioner

    Boko Haram: Sheriff demands apology, damages from Borno Justice Commissioner

    The National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Senator Ali Modu Sheriff, has demanded immediate retraction of statements credited to Borno State Attorney General and Commissioner of Justice, Kaka Shehu, accusing Sheriff of being the mastermind of the Boko Haram sect. He reportedly made the statement during the Nigerian Bar Association, NBA, Conference in Port Harcourt, Rivers State.

    A statement by Special Adviser on Media to Sheriff, on Wednesday said that they were constrained to respond to the statement because […]

  • Bootylicious Nigerian Actress, Anita Joseph Damages Her Skin with ‘Tattoo Injury’ (Photos)

    Bootylicious Nigerian Actress, Anita Joseph Damages Her Skin with ‘Tattoo Injury’ (Photos)

    Part of the revelations of the controversies trailing the birthday of the boobs-baring actress, Angela Okorie is the tattoo-plagued arm of her counterpart, Anita Jospeh.

    Popular Nollywood actress, Anita Joseph, a renowned fashion conscious individual, who had her tattoo years ago, decided to get it off but unfortunately has given herself a serious skin problem that might take surgery to correct.

    The curvy star got her chocolate skin awfully distorted after she reportedly used a laser machine to clean off her tattoo.

    There […]

  • Court orders Gani Adams  to pay N100m as damages for libel

    Court orders Gani Adams to pay N100m as damages for libel

    An Abuja High Court Thursday ruled that the factional leader of the Odua People’s Congress (OPC), Gani Adams, should pay the sum of N100 million as damages in a libel suit filed against him.

    Founder and leader of OPC, Dr. Frederick Fasehun, had in 2013 slammed an N11 billion suit against the Independent Communications Network Limited (Publishers of PM News and the News Magazine) and Adams for defamatory and libelous publication against him in the News Magazine.

    Delivering judgment on the matter […]

  • Ibadan Poly resumes April 4; each student to pay N1,000 for reparation damages

    Ibadan Poly resumes April 4; each student to pay N1,000 for reparation damages

    Following the closure of the institution after the recent demonstration on campus, authorities of The Polytechnic, Ibadan, have directed both old and fresh students to resume on Monday, April 4.

    As a form of punishment for their anti-establishment ‎act, the school authorities in a release signed by the Registrar, Mr Hezekiah Fehintola, and made available to New Telegraph Thursday in Ibadan, however, directed all the students to pay a sum of N1,000 each as reparation for damage done to the properties […]