Winners Chapel to create new record by building 100,000 capacity 20-storry church

WINNERS Chapel founder and Africa's richest pastorpruener Bishop David Oyedepo is set to launch another first with plans to construct the world largest megachurch auditorium to be known as the Ark Project with a capacity of 100,000 people.



Macban says its favours restructuring as Fulani herdsmen will be better off if on their own

FULANI herdsmen group Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria (Macban) has waded into the ongoing land disputes in the southwest of the country by calling on the federal government to restructure the country so they can go their way.



I fully expect our ladies groups to write to Kamala Harris asking her to endorse the Nigerian Women’s Charter 2021

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(1) Come the 2023 elections at least a third of all elective positions will be reserved for women

(2) Sex with a minor under the age of 16 will be considered statutory rape under Nigeria law

(3) The right to terminate a pregnancy is a woman’s and that of no one else

(4) Marrying a child bride shall be an offence with carries a minimum jail term of 10 years with no option of parole


Imo State introduces tough laws punishing flouting of Covid-19 protocols with six month jail term

GOVERNOR Hope Uzodinma has introduced new laws that punish Imolites who flout Covid-19 restrictions with six month jail terms or a fine of N20,000 if caught by the state task force.


Although Nigeria has been spared the worst of the coronavirus pandemic, there are fears that the virus could spread given the nonchalant approach of most Nigerians to the crisis. Many Nigerians blatantly ignore the health protocols on social distancing, facemask wearing and washing their hands.


Sam Allardyce steps up plans to take Ahmed Musa to WBA before close of transfer window

WEST Bromwich Albion (WBA) manager Sam Allardyce has stepped up his bid to sign Super Eagles winger Ahmed Musa before the close of the January transfer window before the end of the month.



10 US companies President Buhari should be pressing President Biden to encourage to come and open manufacturing facilities in Nigeria

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(1) General Motors

(2) Ford

(3) Chrysler

(4) John Deere

(5) Dell

(6) Boeing

(7) Prizer

(8) Tyson Foods

(9) Hewlett Packard

(10) Nike

We need about $50bn in foreign direct investment in 2021 to save us from economic strangulation. If these companies come to Nigeria, it will create about 1m new jobs and maybe an extra 2m ancillary and supply jobs.


Organiser of London wedding that had 400 guests in attendance faces £10,000 fine

ORGANISERS of a recent party in north London are facing the prospect of a £10,000 fine after police broke up a gathering involving about 400 people in Stamford Hill who were attending a wedding in defiance of coronavirus lockdown rules.



Imo State government claims it has recovered public property in Rochas' private warehouse

IMO State government officials have revealed that they have found public property belonging to the state in a private warehouse located along Owerri/ Aba Road owned by former governor Senator Rochas Okorocha.



Kano State government to file fresh blasphemy charges against singer Yahaya Sharif

KANO State government is considering filing fresh blasphemy charges against singer Yahaya Sharif after an earlier death sentence delivered against him by an upper Sharia court was quashed on appeal due to an error in judgment.



WHO warns that Africa is being left behind as the rest of the world steps up vaccinations

WORLD Health Organisation (WHO) officials have warned that Africa is being left behind by the rest of humanity in the battled against the Covid-19 virus because the continent is struggling to get hold of vaccination doses.




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