They told me they Can't open account for me in America because I'm a Nigerian- Farotimi
Dele Farotimi, one of the spokespersons for Peter Obi said that they told him that they can't open an account for him in bank because he is a Nigerian. Dele Farotimi disclosed this in an interview with Sahara Reporters when he was asked about his view on what America did by issuing visa ban on some Nigerians over the last presidential election and at the same time congratulating the president-elect.
Why I Was Having Tears In My Eye As I Listened To The Children's Performance - Bishop Oyedepo
Bishop David Oyedepo, the General Overseer of Living Faith Church Worldwide gave a Charge and Blessings on Children on 2023 Children's Day || Third Covenant Day of Open Doors Service || Faith Tabernacle, Canaanland|| First Sunday Service According to him, "Education without salvation equals zero.
Ortom Grants Relief to 8 convicts on Death Row, 13 regain freedom
…Says 'I'm Finishing Stronger as a Christian' Benue State Governor, Samuel Ortom has granted relief to 8 convicted prisoners on death row and freed 13 other convicts sentenced to life imprisonment. Governor Ortom announced this Sunday, May 28th, 2023 during a Valedictory Thanksgiving Service to mark his 8 years in office as Benue State Governor at the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Signs and Wonders Parish, Gboko Road, Makurdi.
Today's Headlines: Tinubu’s Inaugural Speech Celebration Of Lies, Deceit — LP, My cabinet members feared being jailed by Buhari – Jonathan
Tinubu’s Inaugural Speech Celebration Of Lies, Deceit — LP Photo Credit: Independent Nigeria ABUJA – The Labour Party (LP) has criticised the inaugural speech delivered on Monday by President Bola Tinubu, describing it as a celebration of lies and deceit. The party also said that Nigerians know that they were robbed at the last presidential election, stressing that it is the reason for the absence of “pomp and pageantry usually associated with a major feat like what we had today”.
Today's Headlines:5 Feared Dead As Explosion Rocks Sokoto Town, Bandits Gun Down 9 Farmers In Kaduna
5 Feared Dead As Explosion Rocks Sokoto Town Photo credit: daily trust Five persons were feared dead and several others injured as explosion rocked Isa town in Isa Local Government Area of Sokoto State. A resident of the area, Sanusi Surajo, told Daily Trust that the explosion took place around noon on Sunday.
Gusa Dedicates Achievements to Staff of Ministry of Justice
... appreciates Ortom for appointing him twice By David Mzer The immediate past Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice,Benue State, Barrister Michael Gusa, has dedicated his achievements in office to staff of the Ministry of Justice. Barr. Gusa disclosed this last Friday, during his valedictory meeting with staff of the ministry, held at the headquarters of the Ministry of Justice in Makurdi.
Herdsmen Open Fire On Farmers For Chasing Their Cows Away From Farmland, Kill One
According to the Punch,during the wee hours of Sunday morning,21st May 2023 ,a group of armed assailants believed to be Fulani herdsmen attacked some farmers in the Kwi neighbourhood, located in the Riyom Local Government Area LGA of Plateau state,after which they opened fire on one of the farmers from close range.
Footballers Banned from Football for Breaching Betting Rules
Betting has been proven that if someone is found additive to it can cause economical and psychological harms if not controlled on time, thereby the stern looks at it by football and other sports bodies around the world. However, as the Brentford striker, Ivan Toney has been handed 8 months ban from football having been found guilty of betting, below are other footballers who were banned from football due to their involvement in betting:
"I See A Great Future For The Faith In Nigeria. No Devil From Hell Can Stop The Advancement- Oyedepo
The General Overseer of Living Faith Chapel a.k.a Winners Bishop David Oyedepo on a live-streamed video shared a message with the public. While speaking the cleric reportedly stated that "Education without salvation equals zero. On this note, I want all parents to listen to me today that Education without certified salvation will not amount to anything.
Enugu Govt To Shut Down Institutions, Businesses Obeying Sit-At-Home
The government of Enugu State has urged residents to ignore the sit-at-home order being imposed by some IPOB members in the South-East regions and to continue with their regular daily activities. All hospitals, marketplaces, banks, retail stores, schools, markets, transports, and malls were required to be open every day of the week, including Mondays.
Herders allegedly displace farmers in Kwara
There is tension in Kwara South senatorial district over alleged displacement and takeover of farmlands by suspected herders. The invasion of farmlands was said to be have been perpetrated by herdsmen dislodged about two years ago, from Igangan area of Oyo state. The displaced herdsmen had found sanctuary in Kwara State.
Mothers, Check out these stylish hairstyles you can make this weekend.
Mothers, Are you bored with your hair and seeking a new look? Put aside your search! Here is a gallery of trendy hairdos that can be replicated with minimal effort by the end of the weekend. There are options for people with short, medium, and long hair.
Today's Headlines: Bandits Kill 9, Injure Others In Kaduna Community, Explosion Rocks Sokoto Town
Bandits Kill 9, Injure Others In Kaduna Community Photo credit: punch newspaper Suspected terrorists have reportedly killed at least nine at the Ungwan Dakwa village around the Dogo Dawa ward of troubled Birnin-Gwari Local Government Area of Kaduna State. The incident, it was learnt took place on Saturday at about 2 pm when the hoodlums raided the community, shooting indiscriminately.
Tinubu's Victory: Court Gave Obi And His Party Timelines Of Three Weeks To Defend Tinubu's Victory
The Labour Party (LP) candidate for president, Mr. Peter Obi, and his party have been given three weeks by the Presidential Election Petitions Court (PEPC) to submit their joint petition contesting the February 25 presidential election. The court also mandated that the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) and the president-elect, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, defend their election victories within five days.
While Farmers Were Trying to Chase Away Cows from their Farms, the Herdsmen Opened Fire – Witnesss
The report of the shooting of a farmer by suspected Fulani herdsmen has sparked reactions from Nigerians. The Punch Newspaper reported that a group of marauding herdsmen attacked some farmers in Kwi Community, Riyom Local Government Area of Plateau State, on Sunday, claiming the life of a farmer.
The Consequences Attached To Visa Ban Imposed On Those Who Rigged Election By US Govt Is Huge- Bwala
In the midst of the ongoing public outrage over the visa ban imposed by the United States of America on persons suspected of undermining the recently concluded general elections in Nigeria, renowned lawyer and Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) chieftain, Barrister Daniel Bwala, has come out to explain that the ban has graver consequences for those who have been affected.
There're Bigger Consequences Attached To Visa Ban Imposed By US On Those Who Rigged Election - Bwala
Renowned lawyer and People's Democratic Party chieftain, Barrister Daniel Bwala, has clarified that there are more significant consequences to the visa ban imposed by the United States on individuals suspected of undermining the 2023 general elections in Nigeria. According to Bwala, those affected by the ban may have their properties and assets abroad frozen, and their families and close associates could be placed on a watchlist as persons of interest by foreign governments.
Plateau State: Herdsmen Kill Farmer for Refusing Grazing
A tragic incident unfolded in the early hours of Sunday morning as suspected Fulani herders attacked farmers in Kwi community, Riyom Local Government Area of Plateau State, resulting in the death of one person. The victim, identified as Nuhu Nyango, was shot by the herders when he and other farmers attempted to prevent them from grazing their cattle on their crops.
Today's Headlines: Court orders Buhari's gov't to account for $460m Chinese loan; FG sacks FAAN MD
Court orders Buhari's gov't to account for $460m Chinese loan Photo Credit: PM News A Federal High Court in Abuja last week ordered the government of President Muhammadu Buhari to account for the spending of $460 million Chinese loan to fund the failed Abuja Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV) project.
Peter Obi: The Court Which We Are Depending On Has Now Banned Phones In court — Ndi Kato
Amidst the ongoing legal battle between the Labour Party (LP) and All Progressives Congress (APC) over the outcome of the recently concluded presidential election, Ndi Kato, a member of the Obi-Datti presidential campaign council, expressed concerns about the Nigerian judiciary system. Ndi Kato took to Twitter to question the judiciary's decision to ban phones in court while the parties involved are seeking a live broadcast of the Election Tribunal on TV stations.