We Have No Hand In Buhari’s Cambridge Documents, WAEC Official Tells Tribunal

A West African Examination Council (WAEC) official, Henry Adewunmi, who said he has worked with examination board for 30 years told the Presidential election tribunal that the assessment result issued to President Muhammadu Buhari by Cambridge Assessment Center is not a document from WAEC.

Tories will be ‘annihilated’ under Boris Johnson if he fails to deliver Brexit


The Conservative Party will be ‘annihilated’ at a general election if it fails to deliver Brexit by October 31, Nigel Farage has said, adding that he was currently against forming an alliance with the Tories.

Violent gran drank 10 pints then beat man to within an inch of his life


A grandmother has been jailed for a vicious attack on a man who was looking out for his dog.

Plane crash leaves 18 dead as aircraft smashes into homes in Pakistan


At least 18 people have been killed after a military jet smashed into a residential area in Pakistan.

Fuel Tanker Explodes In Gombe

A fuel tanker exploded on Wednesday in Tunfure, Gombe/Bauchi expressway, Gombe State.

VIDEO: You'll never believe what Donald Trump just said about 9/11

(CNN)Donald Trump has always had a bit of Walter Mitty in him. But on Monday morning, in a speech to first responders and others impacted by the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, he took his fantastical memory of himself to new and not-at-all-appropriate heights.

BREAKING: ‘Issue Fresh Proclamation Letter To Edo Assembly’, Senate Orders Obaseki

The Senate on Tuesday ordered Edo State Governor, Godwin Obaseki to issue a fresh proclamation letter to the seventh Edo House of Assembly.

Star Trek actor ‘accused of raping students as they acted love scenes at his home’


An actor is facing allegations of rapes and sex attacks on six students at his home in Notting Hill. Chris Obi, who played a Klingon in Netflix’s Star Trek: Discovery, is alleged to have attacked the women while acting out love scenes during private lessons.

Suspects in cop killing 'brought knife from US'

Somma Vesuviana, Italy (CNN)An Italian policeman who was allegedly killed by two teenage American tourists was stabbed 11 times with a knife carried into Italy from the United States, according to police in Rome.

PDP to Senate: Submit ministerial list to EFCC

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has called on the Senate to forward the list of ministerial nominees to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) for scrutiny.

Love Island 2019 winners: Greg O’Shea and Amber Gill crowned king and queen of the villa

Greg O’Shea and Amber Gill have been crowned this year’s Love Island winners. Yes the lovebirds have scooped the £50,000 prize, with the new bombshell Greg deciding to share his winnings with his gal.

Boris Johnson booed by protesters while visiting Nicola Sturgeon in Scotland


A ‘dangerous’ no-deal Brexit is now ‘almost inevitable’ with Boris Johnson in Downing Street, Nicola Sturgeon has warned.

Buhari’s ministerial list is for all-inclusive government – Oshiomhole

The National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Comrade Adams Oshiomhole, on Monday, said that the 43 ministerial list submitted by President Muhammadu Buhari to the Senate for screening is to boost formation of an all-inclusive government.

BREAKING: Bama, Benishielk under Boko Haram attack

The Nigerian Army is currently engaging in a fierce battle with the Boko Haram insurgents in Bama and Beneshiek, Borno State.

Strike: Again, Gbajabiamila brokers truce between FG, resident doctors

The proposed strike the National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD), has again been postponed.
This was sequel to a meeting between the Speaker of the House of Representatives,  Hon. Femi Gbajabiamila and the National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD), which saw the association extending the suspension of its planned strike action.

Ministerial Screening: Melaye Faults Process, Says Buhari Did Not Submit Portfolios

The Senator representing Kogi West Senatorial district, Dino Melaye, has faulted the ongoing ministerial screening process.

Boris Johnson moves into Downing Street with girlfriend Carrie Symonds


Boris Johnson and his girlfriend Carrie Symonds are officially moving into Downing Street today.

VIDEO: Simon Cowell in tears during emotional reunion with Britain’s Got Talent star after paying for life-changing £175,000 surgery


Simon Cowell was in floods of tears as he was reunited with Britain’s Got Talent hero Julia Carlile two years after paying for her life-changing £175,000 surgery.

‘Laddy’ work Whatsapp group was so degrading to women it got two men sacked


Two men fired for sharing ‘sexist banter’ on WhatsApp are suing their former employers for £300,000.

Boris to spend £100,000,000 just on advertising no-deal Brexit


Boris Johnson is set to spend £100 million on advertising a Brexit no-deal, government sources have said.

Boy, 8, killed after being pushed onto tracks into path of high-speed train


A young boy has been killed after him and his mum were pushed into the path of a high-speed train at a station in Frankfurt, Germany.

LIVE: Senate Resumes Ministerial Screening

The Senate on Monday resumed ministerial screening with the immediate past Minister for Power, Works and Housing, Mr Babatunde Fashola as the first nominee to be screened.

Ruga Scheme: Nasarawa To Implement Own Version, Says Sule

Nasarawa State Governor, Abdullahi Sule, says his administration will implement its own version of the Ruga Settlement Scheme, although the project was suspended by the Federal Government.

Borno Funeral: Nigerian Govt Sends ‘Air Patrols’ After Attackers

President Muhammadu Buhari has condemned the attack on a funeral procession in Maiduguri, the Borno State capital.

How We Recovered 720 Containers With Abandoned Transmission Equipment – Fashola

The immediate past Minister for Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola on Monday said about 720 containers were recovered with abandoned transmission equipment when he resumed in office as Minister.

Tight Security As Court Rules On El-Zakzaky’s Bail Application Today

Security has been beefed up in the Kaduna State capital and environs ahead of proceedings at the Kaduna State High Court.

Meghan Markle guest edits September Vogue with all-female cover


The Duchess of Sussex is the guest editor for September’s British Vogue and has brought together her 15 most inspirational women for a striking front cover.

Boris Johnson makes himself comfortable as he settles into life as Prime Minister

Boris Johnson is really digging being Prime Minister.

Half a month’s rain in 24 hours floods UK as heatwave turns to washout


The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning after half a month’s worth of rain fell in 24 hours across the country.

Rescue teams rush to save man trapped in rocks off Norfolk coast



A rescue attempt is currently underway to save a man trapped between rocks off the Norfolk coast.

65 Killed In Boko Haram Funeral Attack

An attack this weekend by Boko Haram fighters on a funeral in Maiduguri, Borno State, has left 65 people dead, almost triple the initial toll, a local official said Sunday.

Tablet & iPad Users Experience Huge Boosts Of Wi-Fi Speed After Trying This New Tech Trick


Tablet and iPad users finally found a way to drastically improve their internet speed and enjoy it to the fullest for the cheapest price possible…

Donald Trump is already working on post-Brexit trade deal with Boris Johnson


Donald Trump said he is already working on a ‘very substantial’ post-Brexit trade deal with Boris Johnson only days after he became Prime Minister.

Mum watches son die after he’s chased and stabbed near his home


A man, 20, desperately tried to get away from his attackers but was eventually caught and stabbed to death.

Baby was born drunk then died after mother drank huge bottle of whiskey at 34 weeks pregnant


A baby died shortly after being born blind drunk to a heavily-pregnant mother who’d just downed a liter of whiskey, police say.

Kaduna to integrate Almajiri schools into formal education – Commissioner

Shehu Muhammad-Makarfi, the Kaduna State Commissioner for Education, says the state government will integrate Almajiri Schools into the formal education system.

What Islamic finance products can do to Nigeria’s capital market, infrastructural growth

As the vehicle moved past dangerous potholes along the old Oyo-Ogbomoso road, the passengers murmured a few complaints. Determined to avoid the traffic congestion reportedly caused by an accident involving a truck on the narrow road, the driver swerved onto the uncompleted portion of the Ibadan-Ilorin expressway. Although the Oyo section of the road was deserted, due to recent rehabilitation efforts, the journey from Oyo town to a settlement on the outskirt of Ogbomoso was smooth and hitch-free.

Otedola’s ‘time bomb’ splits celebrities

MIXED reactions have trailed billionaire businessman, Femi Otedola’s reasons for not wearing a wristwatch.

Second journey to ARMAGEDDON

•Rescued victims of human trafficking threaten return to Libya, Russia 
•Vow to lure government officials’ daughters into prostitution

We’re confident Leah Sharibu is alive – ECWA

The President of Evangelical Church Winning All (ECWA) Rev. Stephen Panyan Baba has said the church is confident kidnapped Dapchi girl, Leah Sharibu is alive.

Shiites protest, Ministerial list, Dakolo’s House invasion, others top this week’s news

This week, the country, was abuzz with many activities comprising both pleasant and unpleasant events.

Twin babies died after dad ‘left them in 30°C car while he worked eight-hour shift’


Two twin babies have died after their father allegedly left them inside a roasting hot car while he went to work an eight-hour shift.

Boy, 16, and man charged with murder after Sheffield stabbing


A teenage boy and a man have been charged with murder after a fatal stabbing in Sheffield.

‘I’m not dead!’ Paul Chuckle forced to correct fans that think he’s died after losing brother Jimmy


Chuckle Brothers’ star Paul Elliott has been forced to deny that he passed away after his late brother Jimmy died this week.

Clown starts ‘mass brawl on cruise with guests using plates as weapons’



A mass brawl broke out on a P&O cruise ship over a passenger dressed as a ‘clown’.

Four feared killed as cultists turn Lagos communities to battlefields

There is palpable fear in Oworonshoki and Gbagada areas of Lagos State during the week as fresh violent clashes broke out in the neighbourhoods between two rival cult groups – Eiye and Ayeconfraternities.

51 years after giving land for Kainji hydropower, host communities wallow in darkness, poverty

AFEEZI HANAFI, who visited the Kainji Dam area in Niger State, writes that the communities who migrated to other areas to make a way for the hydropower projects are in the grip of darkness and poverty

Police repel attacks by bandits on Katsina communities

Operatives of Operation Puff Adder in Katsina State on Friday  repelled bandits who simultaneously attacked Sabon Garin Baure and Baure villages in Safana Local Government Area of the state.

Six ways to prevent your data from theft

When the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica data scandal broke out in March 2018, it was revealed that Cambridge Analytica had harvested the personal data of millions of people’s Facebook profiles without their consent and used it for political advertising purposes.

15 foods that can boost your sex life

For men, it is said that some of the smallest blood vessels and nerves in the body can be found in the penis. Hence, devouring junk foods like pizzas and fries every day may get the blood vessels ‘beneath’ clogged with fat and cholesterol.

My relationship with Bello not smooth – Kogi deputy governor

Kogi State Deputy Governor, Mr Simon Achuba, said on Friday said that his relationship with his boss, Governor Yahaya Bello, had not been “smooth.”

We gave ultimatum to remind govt, nation that north isn’t weak to defend its rights –Suleiman, CNG spokesperson

Coalition of Northern Groups gave the Federal Government a 30-day ultimatum over the planned controversial RUGA settlement policy for Fulani herdsmen before the move was suspended. Spokesperson for the CNG, Abdul-Azeez Suleiman, addresses the controversy in this interview with GODWIN ISENYO
Before the suspension of the planned RUGA settlement programme, your group, Coalition of Northern Groups, had issued a 30-day ultimatum to governors opposed to it to reconsider their decisions. Many Nigerians felt that was daring. What were you thinking?

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