Abuja spinster Khadija Ibrahim drags her dad to court for refusing to allow her get married

ABUJA spinster Khadija Ibrahim has dragged her father Bassa to court for breaching her fundamental human rights by not allowing her to marry a man of her choice after he constantly refused to meet with her chosen suitor.


Ms Ibrahim, 23, dragged her father before the an Upper Area Court in Karu, in the Federal Capital Territory, claiming that she had a suitor, who was willing to marry her but her dad refused to give his consent. She pleaded with the court to order her father to allow her to get married to the suitor, whose name she gave as Abdulhamidu.



Stand-up comedian Kenny Blaq to perform at UNA 2017

RED hot stand-up comedian Kenny Blaq has agreed to perform at this year's Uncelebrated Nigerians Awards (UNA) UK in London taking place at the Mayfair Banqueting Suite on September 30.



Attitudinal change is probably our most needed requirement right now

[1] I am sure that by now you have all seen this picture of the flooding at the Sam Mbakwe International Cargo Airport in Owerri. I must admit, it is the first time I have seen an airport flooded


[2] Earlier today, the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) urged the public to totally disregard the online video, saying that the images were from an in incident in 2014. Let us assume that this is correct and the incident is three years old, we all know that nothing has changed significantly in our mindset to prevent such a flooding happening again



Buhari to discipline key aide for undermining the vice president and heating up the polity

PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari plans to discipline a top member of his kitchen cabinet thought to be his chief of staff Alhaji Abba Kyari for mischievously re-wording the handover note the presidency sent to the National Assembly omitting the phrase acting president.



Nnamdi Kanu says prominent Igbo politicians are soliciting his support ahead of 2019 polls

INDIGENOUS People of Biafra (Ipob) leader Nnamdi Kanu has claimed that prominent Igbo politicians are soliciting his support in the run-up to the 2019 elections in response to his sudden popularity following his two year incarceration.


In 2015, Mr Kanu was arrested by security agents after he travelled to Nigeria from the UK where he runs an unregistered radio station called radio Biafra. Following a lengthy legal battle, he was finally granted bail last month and has begun touring the country to thank his supporters and all those who campaigned for his release.



Presidency officials deny rumours President Buhari has passed away in London

PRESIDENCY officials have denied recent stories that President Muhammadu Buhari has passed on in London describing them as rumours as baseless rumours being peddled by political detractors to cause panic across the nation.


Over the weekend, rumours circulated on social media that President Buhari passed away in the UK where he is currently undergoing medical treatment. Earlier this month, President Buhari embarked upon indefinite leave to the UK for treatment on an undisclosed but serious ailment that kept him out of the country for 50 days earlier this year.



Acting president welcomed home in Katsina where he interacts with local manufacturers and traders





Acting President Yemi Osinbajo, SAN, has stated that President Muhammadu Buhari knows Nigeria's capacity is limitless in terms of what we can produce, even as he disclosed that in his relationship with the President  in the last two years, he has been treating him more like a brother and a son.


Lagos is leaving the rest of Nigeria behind dangerously

maryland lagos[1] And so this is the new look of the Maryland area of Lagos State. As we all know, Maryland is the vital junction that links the airport with Lagos mainland and is one of the first places visitors to Nigeria see



Two more Nigerians killed in South Africa as assassins gun down duo in Western Cape Province

TWO more Nigerians have been killed in South Africa shot dead in the Western Cape Province as the recent xenophobic attacks against foreigners in the country shows no sign of abating.


Over the last year, South Africans have suffered from a fall in living standards and have taken their anger out on fellow African migrants. Dozens of Nigerians have been killed alongside fellow Africans, sparking calls for the Nigerian government to ask all South African businesses to leave the country.




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