Nnamdi Kanu threatens to drag FG to UK court

Kanu also criticized the federal government over his prosecution, insisting that he is innocent of the accusations against him. A Federal High Court in Abuja had revoked the bail granted to the IPOB leader in 2017, after his continued absence in court. Binta Nyako, justice of the court, also issued an arrest warrant against Kanu, citing the continued absence of the IPOB leader in court.

VC threatens students with expulsion over plagiarism

Vice Chancellor, Federal University, Oye Ekiti (FUOYE), Professor Kayode Shoremekun has said the university’s postgraduate students caught plagiarising would be expelled. He, therefore, admonished them to engage in scholarly research that could benefit not only the University, but also the nation.

Anxiety over Nigeria’s $73bn debts

Experts have called on government at all levels to put paid to its borrowing  in order to safe the incoming generations from falling into unmitigated debts. Speaking at a two-day workshop of The MaroonSquare Discourse on National Development in Lagos, at the weekend, a lecturer at department of Political Science, Lagos State University, Prof. Sylvester…

Female Student of Nasarawa Polytechnic Runs Mad (graphics)

According to eyewitnesses, the lady emerged from the Country Club area in Ikeja GRA, Lagos, and started talking to herself. "Nobody suspected anything at first as she was merely just loafing about," said one witness. "However, as she walked down Joel Ogunnaike Street, she started dancing. Then she went to the refuse bin and started picking stuff from there and puting into her bag.

Gunmen Spray Crowd At The Annual Fishing Festival in Kogi With Bullets

The 2019 edition of the annual Dankwo fishing festival in Lokoja, the Kogi State capital, came to an abrupt end on Saturday, as gunmen opened fire on participants. The festival, an annual event organised by the Lokoja Traditional Council, had been on for about an hour when the gunmen arrived in two engine boats. On arrival at…

Nigerian Students, Others Contribute $42.4bn To US Economy In One Year

The number increased by 1.5 per cent to reach a new high of 1,094,792 in 2018, adding that U.S. remained the top host of international students globally. Nigeria, according to the official, has continued to retain its top ranking as the number one source of African students studying in the U. S. with over 16,000 students as at March pursuing their educational goals.

How Buhari’s Strategists Disinformed The North About Atiku

It was also gathered that the grassroots campaigners went into the hinterlands of the North and told stories that the people should be wary of Atiku in view of the fact that he was said to have reached a pact with some pro-Biafran personalities, whom they said he planned to hand over the running of the affairs of his administration to.

I killed my Girlfriend for the Fun of it – Poly Student

Three years ago (2016), a 22-year-old student of Rufus Giwa Polytechnic, Owo, Ondo State, Chukwudi Onweniwe, strangled his girlfriend, Nifemi Adeyeoye, to death after raping her in a farm in Ogbese, Akure North area. “I did not remove any part of her body; I only killed her for the fun of it. I made love to her in the bush before killing her. I am not a cultist. It was when I killed her that I realized I made a big mistake and I wept bitterly.

Trump Is Bullying OPEC Again

OPEC production fell by around 1.5 million barrels a day between December and February, and probably dropped further in March. Saudi Arabia made by far the biggest voluntary reduction. It contributed almost two thirds of the group’s total output cut as measured against individual baselines in February, and made deeper cuts than it had promised it would implement each month this year.