After I Was Robbed by 4 Men at Yaba Yesterday, I Went to Retrieve My Sim and was Told I Can't - Lady
Due to the NIN linking to one's cell number, this has put a halt to the retrieving of one's lost number until further notice. You all remember that NCC announced that everyone should link his or her NIN to the cell number he or she uses to avoid being deactivated from using the number. However, a lady has complained of what befell her recently after she was robbed. She says she was robbed by 4 Men at Herbert Macaulay way Yaba and one of them held a cutlass to her face. She narrated that they took everything
Herbert Macaulay was born in 1864 in Lagos State, Nigeria. His father, Thomas Macaulay, was the founder and principal of the Church Missionary Society Grammar School (CMS) in Lagos, and his mother was Samuel Ajayi Crowther's daughter. Herbert attended CMS, then proceeded for his tertiary education at Fourah Bay College in Freetown, Sierra Leone.
A beautiful lady known on Twitter as Nonye has given a heartbreaking account of what some dangerous armed robbers did to her before there went on to collect her valuables. The lady who was sharing her story on her Twitter page said that the issue happened just last night around Herbert Macaulay Way, Yaba, in Lagos State, Nigeria. The rising spate of robbery in Nigeria has left people, especially the young ladies in severe dangers as they do not only face the prospects of losing their money and other valuables,
A statue is a piece of sculpture that depicts one or more persons. In Lagos, there are a number of sculptures of famous people strewn across the city.If you're planning a trip to Lagos anytime soon, make a point of visiting one of these monuments and snapping a photo with it.
Following the Nigerian Biafra Civil war That Lasted From 1967 to 1970. Have the Biafran Agitators asked themselves why they were conquered, and are still agitating. Ojukwu Coming Back From Exile made it clear that he once tried to separate Biafra from Nigeria, but while joining the popular political Hausa Party, he stated that he is taking Biafra back to Nigeria. Our Early Fathers that fought the Biafra civil war made it clear that such incident should never be repeated again. Today, what our forefather fought
It is sad to know that even at a time when we need to be our brothers keeper we still choose to hurt one another. Such is the case of a lady identified as Nonye on Twitter, she took out time to narrate her ordeal in the hands of armed robbers. According to her, she was attacked by armed robbers and even before they took her valuables, they held a cutlass to her face. In her post this happened at Herbert Macaulay way, yaba when she was heading home, she claimed that the armed robbers who are four in number were
Some Nigerians have little knowledge about the history of Nigeria, It’s amazing that this article comes with a lot of amazing facts about Nigeria you may have not heard or seen before. Below is a well compiled and well sourced History/Facts in Nigeria History: 1). Malcolm X visit to Lagos, Nigeria in 1964. 2). A photograph of the Pioneer pupils of the University of Lagos Staff School taken in 1966. 3). On the left is the Governor-General of Nigeria, Sir Bernard Bourdillon pictured with the Oba Akenzua II
1 Obafemi Awolowo: His full name is Obafemi Jeremiah Oyeniyi Awolowo.This famous nationalist lived in Nigeria in the 20th century.He did a lot to promote the independence of our country and became the true leader of his nation.
Nationalism is the idea of promoting the interests of a particular nation to gain and maintain the nation's sovereignty. Nationalism remains one of the ideas lacking in present-day Nigeria. Before Independence and the aftermath of Independence, notable Nigerian figures could be traced to the early nationalism movement in Nigeria. The likes of Obafemi Awolowo, Nnamdi Azikiwe, Tafawa Balewa, etc made immense contributions towards attaining a United Nigeria. Despite the unrelenting efforts of these great people,
(A picture collage of Bishop Samuel Ajayi Crowther, his grandson, Sir Herbert Macaulay, and Brigadier General Mobolaji Johnson) The major backwardnesses the African societies have suffered was that of the military intervention in politics and policy alterations. Nigerian society was not the least among countries plagued by the ruthlessness of the various military governments that have come and gone in the country.
We all know that nationalism in Nigeria is dated back to the past four centuries during the colonial era. During that time, there were imposition of political or economic coersions which provided psychological tensions and frustrations produced by rapid cultural change. But our modern nationalism is a structural change in the government which is called true federalism. Also, there is a call for resource control by individual states or units which make up the country. Furthermore, there is agitation for one man,
A Nigerian lady has cried out on twitter after she was robbed by four men and one of the held a cutlass to her face. This Nigerian lady whose username on twitter is 'Nonye' explained that she was robbed at Herbert Macaulay way when she was going home at night. Nonye explained that they collected her phone and wallet which contains the key to her house, valid ID cards and ATM card. She mentioned that someone even snatched her necklace by force. She explained that she has managed to blocked the ATM card they collected
Among the most prominent nationalists that have ever graced the soils of Nigeria, Herbert Macaulay is the undisputable greatest. He is the sole progenitor of the first political party and nationalism in the British Colony of Lagos/Nigeria. He was the grandchild of the first African Anglican bishop of the CMS, Bishop Samuel Ajayi Crowther.
A lady has cried out after she was told that she can not retrieve her SIM card due to the ban on sim registration and retrieval by the Federal government. According to the lady, she was robbed by four men who were armed with a cutlass. She said that the robbers took her phone and her wallet which contained her money, ATM cards, her valid identification cards and her house key. Narrating her ordeal on her Twitter page, the lady identified as Nonye said that she was heading home at night when the incident occurred.
The Top 2 Nigerians who started driving cars during the colonial period 1. Mr Thomas Jones Even though there is no single record of the first Nigerian person to ride a car one of the most well know Nigerian Sir Thomos Jones, he is a wealthy Nigerian living in Lagos who drive a car before in the year 1913. He is said to be first person to drive a car because he is the first Nigerian Man that owns his own car. We can guess the type of car Sir Thomas Jones own and drove at that time. It was a Ford Model car, it
In today's article I want to show you something you might have never seen or something you only saw in coins but not in it's current form. The one naira note which is printed by the central bank of Nigeria bears the face of Herbert Macaulay who once governed Nigeria back then. The printing of the one naira notes have raised speculations of whether one naira will equal one dollar in the nearest future. But away from that I want to show you a picture of one naira in it's coin form which was used back in the day.
Nigeria is a country in West Africa bordering Niger in the north, Chad in the northeast, Cameroon in the east, and Benin in the west.You might wondering who was the first person to drive a car in Nigeria.
The LASG has announced plans to close the Third Mainland Bridge for three days totally to all traffic, from Saturday, January 30 - February 1, 2021, to enable finishing of repair works without any interruptions. In a statement issued today through the Commissioner for Transportation, Dr. Frederic Oladeinde affirmed that the repair works are done humanely fast so as to meet the set deadline. The Commissioner advised motorists driving from Ogudu, Alapere and Gbagada to use Ikorodu road, Jibowu and Yaba as alternative
Professional Footballers Association of Nigeria (PFAN), has called on coaches and players subjected to any forms of injustice by Nigerian clubs or their officials to immediately come forward with complaints backed by verifiable proofs. According to This is Friday's release signed by Secretary-General of the body, Emmanuel Babayaro, the union will entertain complaints from 2015-2020 in the first phase of mediation. Complainants are advised to attach valid relevant documents or any irrefutable proofs such as