• UNIPORT alumni pay former president Goodluck Jonathana visit in Abuja (Photos)

    UNIPORT alumni pay former president Goodluck Jonathana visit in Abuja (Photos)

    Members of the University of Port Harcourt Alumni yesterday paid a visit to former president Goodluck Jonathan.

    Members of the University of Port Harcourt Alumni yesterday paid a visit to former president Goodluck

  • See Restaurant with No Menu Price Where Customers Pay Any Amount they Want (Photos)

    See Restaurant with No Menu Price Where Customers Pay Any Amount they Want (Photos)

    A newly-opened restaurant in New Mexico is giving its customers the freedom to set prices, as diners just walk in, have a meal and pay whatever they feel like.

    A new cafe in Albuquerque, Karma Cafe, does not have prices on its menu, infact, you could eat for free if you want.

    Inspired by a restaurant while traveling in Australia, David Wade McCullough decided to adopt their philosophy, serving food with no set prices on the menu. “That operated on […]

  • Prostitute Breaks Man’s Head After He Offered to Pay for S*x with Boiled Egg (Photo)

    Prostitute Breaks Man’s Head After He Offered to Pay for S*x with Boiled Egg (Photo)

    A prostitute flew into a rage and did the unthinkable after a man offered to sleep with her in exchange for a boiled egg.

    A shocking incident played out in the town of Mvurwi, Zimbabwe when a prostitute attacked and used a bottle to break a man’s head after he offered to pay for s*x with a boiled egg.

    According to reports, Moses Mushonga, 28, walked up to the young lady of the night in the town of Mvurwi in Mashonaland province […]

  • Nick Gordon Ordered to Pay $36M in Bobbi Kristina Lawsuit

    Nick Gordon Ordered to Pay $36M in Bobbi Kristina Lawsuit

    Nick Gordon who was the boyfriend of the late Bobbi Kristina Brown’s has been ordered to pay $36 million to her estate after being found liable for her death. A judge on Thursday, agreed with Bobby Brown that his daughter was a star in the making and had unlimited earning potential and issued the ruling. Bobby told the court:

    “She was an entertainer. If you were around her all could do was laugh. She told a lot of jokes,” “She was […]

  • 33 states can’t pay salaries – BudgIT

    33 states can’t pay salaries – BudgIT

    BudgIT, a data-simplifying civic organisation has said 33, out of the 36 states of the Federation, are unable to fulfill recurrent obligations.

    In 2015, BudgIT said only 19 states were in that situation.

    Before President Muhammad Buhari’s administration officially declared Nigeria in a recession, few months ago,  17 states were reportedly able to meet up with recurrent needs, but, according to BudgIT’s report, only three states can now meet recurrent obligations.

    A report released by the organisation titled ‘State of States’ showed that […]

  • Elephants kneel to pay respect to late king Bhumibol of Thailand (Photos)

    Elephants kneel to pay respect to late king Bhumibol of Thailand (Photos)

    Eleven Albino Elephants from Thailand’s ancient capital of Ayutthaya,during a procession for his burial in Bangkok, Tuesday November 8, 2016, knelt in respect for the country’s late king Bhumibol Adulyadej, who died in October 13th, 2016.

    The elephants and about 200 handlers marched in parade to the glittering Grand Palace of the late king, before the animals crouched down on their kneels for the observation of a one-minute silence, in memory of the late king, who died last month, aged 88, […]

  • Senate orders CBN to pay equity contribution to mortgage bank

    Senate orders CBN to pay equity contribution to mortgage bank

    According to reports, the Nigerian Senate has asked the Central Bank of Nigeria to immediately pay its equity contribution of 1.5 billion Naira to the management of the Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria.

    The Chairman of the Senate Committee on Housing and Urban Development, Senator Barnabas Gemade, gave the order on Wednesday in Abuja during an oversight visit to the Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria.

    Senator Gemade said the equity fund would assist the bank in providing affordable housing to Nigerians.

    He also […]

  • Senate to pay fines imposed on stranded Kuje, Suleja inmates

    Senate to pay fines imposed on stranded Kuje, Suleja inmates

    According to reports, the Senate has offered to come to the rescue of inmates in the Kuje and Suleja prisons who are unable to pay the fines imposed on them by the courts as part of its intervention in the decongestion of the facilities.

    The Deputy President of the Senate, Ike Ekweremadu, who presided over the plenary on Tuesday, therefore, mandated its Committee on Interior to visit the Kuje and Suleja prisons to determine “those fined but unable to pay, for […]

  • Court orders Police to pay deceased family N200m for extrajudicial killing

    Court orders Police to pay deceased family N200m for extrajudicial killing

    Justice Mohammed Idris of the Federal High Court in Lagos has ordered the Nigerian Police Force, to pay the family of late Waheed Kabiru, who was alleged killed by the men of Igbogbo Police Division the sum of N200 million.

    Justice Idris also ordered the police to make a public apologies in three widely Nigeria newspapers for the unlawful killing of the deceased, and to release the deceased’s corpse to his family for decent burial.

    Justice Idris gave the orders after listing […]

  • Bayelsans are hungry, pay civil servants full salaries – Group tells Dickson

    Bayelsans are hungry, pay civil servants full salaries – Group tells Dickson

    A pressure group within the All Progressives Congress in Bayelsa, Integrity Group, has asked Governor Seriake Dickson to pay attention to the welfare of workers in the state.

    The Leader of the group, Mr. Christopher Abarowei in a statement entitled, ‘Singing in a Strange Land,’ lamented the plight of civil servants, saying they were suffering untold hardship.

    Abarowei noted that the inability of the government to pay full salaries in Bayelsa considered as a civil service state had increased the level of […]

  • New students to pay N10,000 acceptance fee at LASU

    New students to pay N10,000 acceptance fee at LASU

    According to reports, the Lagos State University (LASU), has directed successful candidates in the first round of its 2016/2017 admission screening to pay non-refundable acceptance fee of N10,000. ‎

    This is contained in the varsity’s bulletin obtained by the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), in Lagos on Friday. ‎

    It said the candidates were expected to report for clearance ‎from Nov. 7 and proceed with ‎the payment of the fee. ‎ ‎ The university directed the candidates to visit the LASU E-payment […]