• See Shocking Moment a Dead Boy is Brought Back to Life During Sunday Service (Video)

    See Shocking Moment a Dead Boy is Brought Back to Life During Sunday Service (Video)

    A little boy who had already been declared dead, has allegedly been brought back to life during a Sunday service in church.

    A video footage making waves on social media, has supposedly shown the moment a dead boy was brought back to life.

    In the video, the boy is seen lifelessly dangling in the air as he being carried by a man said to be his sorrowing father.

    However, after he was sprinkled with a popular anointing oil, known as Lion of Judah, […]

  • Sophia Eseoghene, a unilag student gets modelling contract and one year free hair service

    Sophia Eseoghene, a unilag student gets modelling contract and one year free hair service

    Following the launching out of Zzini Modelling Agency in Lagos, the management has embarked on registration of new and aspiring Models for different jobs like runway, adverts, billboards, corporate hospitality role, brand marketing, endorsements and international modelling opportunities.

    The Agency, signed in ‎new model ‎Sophia Augustine Eseogene, 1st of December 2016. The 19 year undergraduate of University of Lagos has ‎special interest in facial adverts, fashion runway, billboards, endorsements and pageantry. She is studying Economics with confirmation of her academic excellence […]

  • Zimbabwean Pastor Sells ‘Anointed’ Cucumbers To Members During Service (Photos)

    Zimbabwean Pastor Sells ‘Anointed’ Cucumbers To Members During Service (Photos)

    A Zimbabwean pastor seems to have gathered the necessary spiritual inspiration from the cucumber saga of the former Miss Anambra, Chidinma Okeke in a recent oddity.

    According to reports making the rounds online, a Zimbabwean Prophet, Walter Magaya, allegedly sold anointed cucumbers in his church as the congregants especially the ladies patronized him well.

    “The things we hear about pastors and their quests for miracles these days is quite alarming” a social media user said.

    This act seems not have gone down well […]

  • Police Officer Goes Against Service Order By Allowing Pupils Hold His Firearms

    Police Officer Goes Against Service Order By Allowing Pupils Hold His Firearms

    Photo of a Kenyan police officer who allowed school girls to hold his firearm while they posed for a snap has been making rounds on social media.

    In the photo, the smiling officer is seen posing next to 7 schools girls, while two of them hold firearms, presumably belonging to the officer and a colleague.

    It’s believed that the photo was taken during the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) or Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examinations.

    According to the National Police […]

  • Plateau doctors get new condition of service

    Plateau doctors get new condition of service

    The Plateau Government has approved a new condition of service for medical doctors in the state in order to attract more indigenous doctors.

    The state Commissioner for Health, Dr Kunden Kamshak, made the disclosure in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Tuesday in Jos.

    Kamshak said the new condition of service would finally put an end to the paucity of medical doctors being experienced in the state due to poor remuneration.

    The commissioner said that a great number of […]

  • There was no jailbreak in Bauchi – Prisons Service

    There was no jailbreak in Bauchi – Prisons Service

    According to reports, the Nigeria Prisons Service, Bauchi State Command on Sunday refuted speculations of attempted jail-break at the Bauchi Central Prisons.

    A statement issued by the command’s Public Relations Officer, ASP Adam Jibrin, said there was no such incident.

    The statement said: “While we express our dismay at the unprecedented anxiety the purported jail-break has generated in many quarters, the Nigeria Prisons Service wishes to inform the general public that the story is unfounded.

    “There was neither such incident in Bauchi Central […]

  • Police Service Commission promotes four CPs to AIG

    Police Service Commission promotes four CPs to AIG

    It was gathered that the Police Service Commission (PSC) has promoted four Commissioners of Police to the next rank of Assistant Inspectors-General of Police.

    Those promoted include, Henry Fadairo, CP, Jigawa State Command, Pius Imue, CP, Railway Command; Felix Ogundeji, CP, Intelligence, Force Headquarters, Abuja and Ezekiel Zang, CP, Air Wing, Force Headquarters.

    A statement on Friday in Abuja by the Commission’s spokesman, Ikechukwu Ani, said the promotions has been conveyed to the Inspector-General of Police, Idris Ibrahim, for implementation.

    “In the letter, […]

  • VCs worried over NYSC’s inability to mobilise graduates for service

    VCs worried over NYSC’s inability to mobilise graduates for service

    According to reports, the Committee of Vice-Chancellors has raised concerns over the inability of the National Youths Service Corps (NYSC) to mobilise all graduates eligible for the 2016 Batch ‘B’ this year.

    Chairman of the committee, Prof. Adebiyi Daramola, who disclosed this during a meeting with the NYSC management yesterday in Abuja, said the body was concerned about the likely implications of not mobilising all eligible corps members in Batch ‘B’. for the 2016 service year.

    The meeting agreed that the universities […]

  • NYSC accredits 1,344 out of 4,800 OAU graduands recommended for service

    NYSC accredits 1,344 out of 4,800 OAU graduands recommended for service

    It was gathered that the National Youth Service Corps accredited 1,344 out of 4,800 graduands of the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife recommended for the 2016 ‘Batch B’ of the service, an official of the institution has said.

    The official, Dr. Babaiide Afolabi, Vice Dean, Division of Student Affairs, stated this on Wednesday in Ile-Ife in an interview with newsmen.

    Afobabi said: “May be it was as a result of inadequate resources for the programme that caused the reduction in their intake for […]

  • 51 corps members to repeat service in four states

    51 corps members to repeat service in four states

    It was gathered that the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has ordered 51 corps members under Batch ‘B’ Stream 1 to repeat their service year in four states in the country for violating various rules.

    The cases of indiscipline were recorded in Nasarawa, Sokoto, Niger and Enugu states.

    Eleven erring corps members were affected by the disciplinary action in Nasarawa and Sokoto states, while Niger and Enugu states recorded 24 and 5 cases, respectively.

    The management of the NYSC explained that the offences […]

  • Governor Masari appoints new Head of Service

    Governor Masari appoints new Head of Service

    Governor Aminu Masari of Katsina State has approved the appointment of Alhaji Garba Sanda Mani as the new Head of Service of the state.

    This was contained in a statement signed by the Senior Special Assistant to the Governor on Media, Alhaji Abdu Labaran, and made available to newsmen on Tuesday in Katsina.

    The statement said the appointment took immediate effect.

    It said Mani’s appointment was based on his track record of service.

    The statement said: “Your selection is in recognition of your track […]