• See What Happened to a Lady After Butt Enlargement Went Wrong (Graphic Photos)

    See What Happened to a Lady After Butt Enlargement Went Wrong (Graphic Photos)

    A woman is suffering after undergoing a botched butt enlargement procedure which left one of her hip seriously affected.

    A Nigerian girl is in deep agony after a failed butt enlargement has left her with an enlarged hip.

    The unidentified girl who wanted her butt increased to look like that of Kim Kardashian went to the wrong hands who administered her with an unknown substance. Now, she has been left disfigured and in serious

  • Dariye’s trial: Nothing wrong in paying state funds into private accounts – Witness tells court

    Dariye’s trial: Nothing wrong in paying state funds into private accounts – Witness tells court

    A former member of the Plateau State House of Assembly, Banahel Andong, on November 8, 2016 told a Federal Capital Territory High Court in Gudu, Abuja that it is not wrong for funds allocated to a state to be credited into someone’s personal account.

    The former lawmaker, who is currently the acting District Head of Manguana in Boggos Local Government Area of the state, testified as the ninth defence witness in the ongoing trial of a former Plateau State Governor, Joshua […]

  • NNPC wrong on petrol price hike, says Minister

    NNPC wrong on petrol price hike, says Minister

    According to reports, the Minister of State for Petroleum, Dr Emmanuel Ibe Kachikwu, says the recent N4 increase in price of petrol in Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) filling stations, is wrong.

    Kachikwu said this after receiving an award at an event organized by the Petroleum Products Pricing Regulatory Agency (PPPRA) in Abuja on Sunday.

    NNPC had been selling fuel at N141 but on Thursday, Nov. 3 increased it by N4 to the government benchmark of N145.

    ”It is obviously humbling and too […]

  • ‎FG clears former PTAD DG of wrong doing

    ‎FG clears former PTAD DG of wrong doing

    According to reports, the Federal Government has exonerated a former Director General of Pension Transitional Arrangement Department (PTAD) Mrs. Nellie Mayshak over allegations of misappropriation of funds under her watch.

    This was contained in a letter signed by the Secretary to the Government of the Federation Mr Babachir David Lawal.

    The letter dated September 26, 2016 with a reference no: SGF.12/S.11/C.1/VI/564, reads: “While conveying Mr President’s appreciation to you for your service to the nation during your tenure, may we wish you […]

  • UTME: Wrong subject combination delaying admissions – Don

    UTME: Wrong subject combination delaying admissions – Don

    The Dean, Student Affairs, University of Abuja, Dr Peter Adakayi, on Friday warned candidates against wrong combination of subjects during JAMB examinations, as such could mar their chances of getting admission.

    Adakayi said that a candidate who had high scores in JAMB result, but had the wrong combination of subjects, would not get the desired course of study.

    He said, “Another thing that can deny someone admission is the wrong combination of subjects during JAMB examination.

    “Someone who applied to study medicine can […]

  • There is nothing wrong in arresting serving judges, says Ribadu

    There is nothing wrong in arresting serving judges, says Ribadu

    Founding Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Nuhu Ribadu, has stated that the recent arrest of some serving judges in the country over alleged corruption was in order.

    Speaking at the 2016 Annual Lecture of Radio Nigeria in Abuja, the former presidential candidate said there was nothing wrong with the raid carried out in the homes of suspected corrupt judges by security agencies early this month.

    He wondered why Nigerians who complained that public office holders were corrupt, were still […]

  • Nothing wrong with arrest of judges, says Lai Mohammed

    Nothing wrong with arrest of judges, says Lai Mohammed

    According to reports, the Minister of Information, Alhaji Lai Mohammed on Wednesday said there was nothing wrong in stepping on judges’ toes in the fight against corruption.

    It would be recalled that the Department of State Services (DSS) had last weekend stormed the houses of some judges, arrested them and recovered the huge sum of money in different denominations.

    But briefing State House correspondents at the end of Federal Executive Council (FEC) meeting presided by President Mohammadu Buhari, Mohammed said that there […]

  • Hilarious! How Manchester United Bought the Wrong ‘Paul Pogba’ from Juventus (Photos)

    Hilarious! How Manchester United Bought the Wrong ‘Paul Pogba’ from Juventus (Photos)

    Paul Pogba’s string of poor performances in Manchester United has put him at the centre of criticisms on social media with some fans ridiculously advocating for a return of the whooping sum of 85 million pounds transfer fee paid for him by the club.

    French international, Paul Pogba is currently enduring an uninspiring start at his former club Manchester United after his exit from Italian club – Juventus.

    Trolling reports have […]

  • Buratai did no wrong by acquiring Dubia property – Lawyer

    Buratai did no wrong by acquiring Dubia property – Lawyer

    A legal practitioner and human rights activist, Ugochuk­wu Osuagwu, has said the accusations of impropriety levelled against the Chief of Army Staff, Lt Gen Tukur Buratai was misleading.

    Buratai had come un­der fire for acquiring two properties in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

    While speaking with Newsmen at the weekend in Abuja, Usuagwu said the common trend among Nigerians had been to fol­low the band wagon effect and give opinions even on issues they had no facts about.

    He said Buratai had […]