• Women Pose N*ked To Protest Facebook’s Nudity Rules (Photos)

    Women Pose N*ked To Protest Facebook’s Nudity Rules (Photos)

    30 women, covered only with tape, have posed n*ked in a campaign against Facebook’s nudity rules – an idea born out of rage after a photographer was banned from Facebook for posting pictures that violated the social media’s nudity policy.

    A photographer, Trina Cary is fed up of being told that her n*ked body is unacceptable. Every time she posted a n*de self-portrait, that photo would quickly be reported despite Trina taking the time to censor every […]

  • Court rules on Nnamdi Kanu and others’ bail applications December 1

    Court rules on Nnamdi Kanu and others’ bail applications December 1

    A Federal High Court in Abuja on Thursday fixed December 1 for ruling on the bail applications filed by leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, and three others with whom he was charged with offences including treasonable felony and an act preparatory to act of terrorism.

    Justice Binta Nyako fixed the date for ruling after lawyers to the four defendants argued their separate bail applications which were opposed by the prosecuting counsel, Mr. Shuaibu Labaran, on Thursday.

    Others with […]

  • Investigate Arik Air for violation of safety rules – CSNAC urges NCAA

    Investigate Arik Air for violation of safety rules – CSNAC urges NCAA

    According to reports, the Civil Society Network Against Corruption has urged the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority to investigate the a commercial airline, Arik Air, for allegedly endangering passengers lives and violating safety rules.

    In a petition signed by CSNAC’s chairman, Olanrewaju Suraju, and forwarded to the aviation authority, the coalition said it gathered from sources within the aviation industry that the airline is committing variety of illegalities by encouraging its pilots to ignore regulations, among others.

    Taking its cue from ‎the report […]

  • FG rules out online application for poor, most vulnerable Nigerians

    FG rules out online application for poor, most vulnerable Nigerians

    It was gathered that the Federal Government on Thursday ruled out the need for the poorest and vulnerable Nigerians to apply online before they can benefit from the monthly N5,000 Conditional Cash Transfer.

    This was contained in a statement issued by the Vice President Yemi Osinbajo’s media office.

    The statement was responding to some misleading reports in the media regarding the implementation of the N500 billion Social Investment Programmes of the Buhari administration.

    It reads: “While we understand the need for an ongoing […]

  • 21 Rules For A  Happier Marriage,No.12 Is The Most Important

    21 Rules For A Happier Marriage,No.12 Is The Most Important

    There are plenty of theories on what creates happy relationships, and how to have a happier marriage. You don’t have to look far to find a plethora of quotes by scientists, authors and many others who have advised us on how to create our very own happily ever after.

    We have gathered some of the best bits of advice around to help you live your happiest life together…

    FIND THE GOOD

    “A happy marriage doesn’t mean you have a perfect spouse or a […]

  • Anxiety as Supreme Court rules on Kogi guber polls Tuesday

    Anxiety as Supreme Court rules on Kogi guber polls Tuesday

    There is anxiety in Kogi State ahead of Tuesday’s judgment of the Supreme Court on two separate appeals on the governorship election.

    The two appeals were filed by former governor, Idris Wada and James Faleke, the running mate to the late candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Abubakar Audu in the November 21, 2015 election.

    Wada and Faleke appealed the decision of the Appeal Court which upheld the election of Yahaya Bello as governor.

    The supporters of the three major parties in […]

  • Sen. Adeyeye confirms alleged forgery of Senate Standing Rules

    Sen. Adeyeye confirms alleged forgery of Senate Standing Rules

    The Nigerian Senate Chief Whip, Professor Olusola Adeyeye, has confirmed that the Senate Standing Rules have been altered.

    Professor Adeyeye told Channels TV on Sunday that the court would have to determine whether it was forged or not.

    “In the 7th Assembly, voting has to be done publicly (but) in this current one, it was done privately”.

    The Senate Chief Whip regretted the current situation in the upper house, saying that the lawmakers have not shown maturity in handling the situation.

    “Our own rules […]