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I’m Not Under Her Bondage- Kayode Salako
Busty Yoruba Actress Foluke Daramola's husband, emphasizes that he is not under her bondage, Kayode Salako stresses that he is free to be seen with other women.
Tiwa Savage To Perform At The Grammy Week Event
Tiwa Savage will be performing at the 8th annual Essence"Balck Women in Music" event, which is a notable day at the Grammys.
Australian Open: Kerber Through To Second Round
Defending champion Angelique Kerber battled her nerves and blew a match point in the second set before finally overcoming Lesia Tsurenko 6-2 5-7 6-2 on Monday.
Gambia: President-elect Adama Barrow’s Son Dead After Dog Bite
Eight-year-old Habibou Barrow, son of Gambia's President-elect Adama Barrow, is reported to have died after being bitten by a dog.
Cote d’Ivoire vs Togo: AFCON Holders Held In Opener
Defending champions Côte d'Ivoire made a disappointing start to their Africa Cup of Nations title defence when held 0-0 by Togo in Gabonese town Oyem.
NWFL Winners Cup Game To Hold On Saturday
The 2015/16 Nigeria Women Football League (NWFL) Winners Cup has now been fixed for Saturday in Abuja. Executive Secretary of NWFL, Ayo Abdulrahaman, made this known on Monday.
Retired Permanent Secretaries To Be Re-engaged By Plateau State
In Plateau state, retired permanent secretaries would be re-engaged by the state government so their wealth of experience can be tapped from.
Popular Zimbabwean Pastor Arrested For Prophesying Mugabe’s Death
A popular Zimbabwean cleric, Patrick Mugadza, was arrested on Monday after prophesying that President Robert Mugabe, 92, will die on 17 October, 2017, police and the pastor’s lawyer said.
Commercial Bus Driver Exiled For Jungle Justice
A commercial motorist banished from Omu-Aran community for allegedly killing his son, who was accused of stealing from roadside beggars.
LASU NASU, SSANU, NAAT Comply With 5-Day Warning Strike
The non-academic staff of Lagos State University (LASU), complied with the five-day warning strike declared by the Joint Action Committee (JAC) of the unions in the institution.
Federer Opens Australian Open With Win
Former world number one Roger Federer has advanced to the second round of the Australian Open with a four-set victory over Austria's Jurgen Melzer in Melbourne.
Eko Disco Apologises To Consumers Over Prolonged Blackout
The Eko Electricity Distribution Company (EKEDC) has apologised to its numerous consumers over the prolonged power outage currently experienced.
Man Charged For Killing Friend With Scissors
A 29-year-old labourer, was remanded on Monday in Ikoyi Prisons, after allegedly stabbing his friend to death with a pair of scissors, over a missing clock.
INEC: We Are Re-strategising For 2019 Elections
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) says it is building a functional electoral system ahead of 2019 general election.
Two Men Charged For Gang-raping Teenage Girl
Courts arraigns two men Odinaka Nwananwa and Arinze Ozoemena 24 and 22 respectively on Monday, for the gang-rape of a 13-year-old girl.
Pharaohs Return, As Black Stars Hope To Sparkle At AFCON
The Black Stars of Ghana begin their latest bid to reclaim the Africa Cup of Nations title when they battle Uganda in Group D on Tuesday, even as the Pharaohs return to Africa's football showcase.
Nigerian Civil Servant Ends His Life
A Civil Servant in Ekiti state allegedly ends his life over accumulated debts and non-payment of salary arrears.
Merkel Made ‘Catastrophic Mistake’ Over Migrants – Trump
President-elect Donald Trump says German Chancellor Angela Merkel made a “catastrophic mistake” in letting migrants flood into her country.
Dangote Sets Up $100m Truck Assembly Plant In Lagos
Dangote Group of Companies has established a $100million truck assembly plant in Lagos to boost foreign exchange and job creation.
ASUU Suspends Press Briefing Over UNIMAID Attack
The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has suspended a press briefing it earlier planned to hold on Monday, due to the suicide bombing at the University of Maiduguri.