Today's Headlines: Withdraw your petition against Tinubu, LP faction tells Obi, Obasanjo, Fufeyin holds closed door meeting over national development
Withdraw your petition against Tinubu, LP faction tells Obi Photo credit: Punchng The Lamidi Apapa faction of Labour Party on Friday told the presidential candidate of the party, Peter Obi, to step down his case at the Presidential Election Petitions Tribunal over what they described as “lack of seriousness”.
Pasuma’s Son Graduates As Best Student From US High School
According to Punchng. Pasuma's son, Jibola, has achieved a remarkable feat by graduating as the top-performing student with an impressive 4.20 GPA from Harlan Community Academy, a renowned high school in the United States. This proud moment was celebrated as Jibola took to his Instagram account to share pictures from his graduation ceremony.
Delta Gov Hosts Davido
According to Punchng. As part of his efforts to connect with the youth and promote the arts in Delta State, Governor Sheriff Oborevwori extended a warm welcome to Nigerian music sensation, Davido. The meeting took place on Tuesday at the governor's office in the state capital, Asaba.
PHOTOS: Scenes From Fatal India Train Crash
According to Punchng. Here are the Images of the Depict Tragic Train Collision in India According to officials, a devastating collision involving three trains in India has resulted in a tragic loss of life, with at least 288 people reported dead and over 850 injured. This incident stands as the deadliest railway accident in the country in over two decades.
What should be done after séx
Firstly, it is important to urinate after séx. "Urinating after séx helps to flush out bacteria that may have entered the urethra during intercourse, which can help to prevent urinary tract infections," explains Dr. Melissa Conrad Stöppler from WebMD. Next, it is wise to clean your genitals thoroughly.
N241bn debt left over by Ganduje’s administration disheartening — Kano gov
According to Punchng. State Governor expresses dismay over the staggering debt of N241 billion inherited from the previous administration led by Ganduje. The current Governor of Kano State has expressed deep disappointment and concern regarding the overwhelming debt burden of N241 billion that was left behind by the previous administration under the leadership of Ganduje. This substantial amount of debt has left the Governor disheartened and troubled about the financial state of the state. The Governor of Kano
PHOTOS: Nigerian Woman Marries Female Lover In US
According to Punchng. Elizabeth Ekpo, a Nigerian woman, recently tied the knot with her female partner, Krystle, in New Orleans, Los Angeles, USA. The wedding photos were shared on Facebook by the sister of one of the brides. The excited sister expressed her joy and love for the couple, welcoming Elizabeth into their family and wishing them eternal happiness.
Actress Bukola Arugba Confirms Separation From Lover, Damola Olatunji
According to Punchng. Actress Bukola Awoyemi has confirmed her separation from Damola Olatunji, who is not only her industry colleague but also the father of her children. The Nollywood actress made the announcement through a letter shared on her Instagram account, which was written by her legal representatives.
Subsidy: APC Governors Blame Marketers for Scarcity, Price Hike
According to Punchng. In Abuja on Friday, the governors belonging to the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) accused oil marketers of causing suffering among Nigerians by hoarding fuel supply. This accusation came in the wake of President Bola Tinubu's recent announcement regarding the discontinuation of fuel subsidy.
"I never slept in the apartment they gave me in that Aso Villa for an hour" - Adesina
Femi Adesina, President Muhammadu Buhari's media aide, has refuted claims made by Reuben Abati, former President Goodluck Jonathan's presidential spokesperson, about the presence of evil spirits in Aso Rock. In a 2016 article titled "The Spiritual Side of Aso Rock," Abati claimed that the state house was "full of evil spirits" and should be converted into a museum and abandoned.
Today's Headlines: US To Impose Visa Ban On Nigerians Undermining Democracy, Obi Mourns Saint Obi. Murphy Afolabi
US to impose visa ban on Nigerians undermining democracy. Photo Credit: Punchng The United States Government has said it had taken steps to impose visa restrictions on specific individuals in Nigeria for undermining the democratic process during Nigeria’s 2023 elections cycle. This was made known in a statement by the Secretary of State, Anthony Blinken, on Monday, published on the website of the US government.
Abia State Labour Party Governor-Elect Sacked After Court Ruling
Abia State Governor-elect, Alex Otti, was sacked by a federal high court in Kano state, along with all the candidates of the Labour Party (LP) in Abia and Kano states. Otti was the governorship candidate of the Labour Party in Abia State. The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) had declared Otti as the winner of the 2023 Abia State gubernatorial election on March 22, 2023.
AMVCA 2023: Kunle Afolayan’s ‘Anikulapo’ sweeps five awards
According to Punchng. Anikulapo, the highly acclaimed movie released in 2022, has proven to be a major success by securing victories in five categories out of the impressive 16 nominations it received. The film triumphed in the following categories: Best Indigenous Language (Yoruba), Best Overall Movie, Best Sound Editor (Movie/TV series), Best Writer (Movie/TV series), and Best Soundtrack (Movie/TV series).
Tuface Claims Men Have an Innate Tendency to Cheat
According to Punchng. Men Are Wired To Cheat, Says 2Baba. Innocent Idibia, the popular singer known as 2Baba, recently expressed his belief that men are biologically predisposed to being unfaithful in relationships. He made this statement while appearing on the second season of the reality TV show "Young, Famous and African," which premiered last Friday.
Traditionalists wants swearing in on May 29 done with native deity
According to punchng (26 May, 2023).Traditional religion practitioners in Nigeria are urging the adoption of Ogun, the god of iron, to swear in all elective and appointed office holders in the country rather than the Bible and Qur’an. This comes as a move to curb misappropriation of public funds, which has plagued Nigeria.
Buhari’s ally warns Tinubu Not To Bring Kwankwaso Into APC
After meeting with Rabiu Kwankwaso in France, President-elect Bola Tinubu was warned by one of President Buhari's allies not to bring Kwankwaso into the All Progressives Congress (APC). The ally expressed concern that Kwankwaso's inclusion in the APC could cause division within the party.
The reasons some women get pregnant during their period
Healthline explains that ovulation, the release of an egg from the ovary, usually occurs around day 14 of a 28-day menstrual cycle. However, menstrual cycles can vary from woman to woman, with some having shorter or longer cycles. One reason some women get pregnant during their period is if they have a shorter cycle and ovulate earlier.
Today's Headlines:Accept Tinubu Pres as divine order, cleric urges Nigerians, Kuti Release On Bail
Accept Tinubu’s presidency as divine order, cleric urges Nigerians Photo credit: The Nation The Chief Shepherd of The Harvest Centre Mission, Prophet Wale Ojo-David, says Tinubu’s emergence as the President-elect is divine and urges Nigerians to accept it in good faith. The Ikorodu-Lagos based prophet, who spoke against the backdrop of the legitimacy crisis trailing Tinubu’s victory, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos that God instituted his leadership to take Nigeria and Africa out of the woods.
Presidency condemns report blaming Buhari for highest inflation since 2006
According to Punchng. The presidency has strongly criticized a newspaper report that blamed President Muhammadu Buhari for the highest inflation in 17 years. According to Garba Shehu, the presidential spokesperson, the report distorts facts and presents a misleading narrative. Garba Shehu emphasized that high inflation is a global issue and not specific to Nigeria, as the COVID-19 pandemic caused economic disruptions worldwide.
Mexico jails woman six years for killing her rapist with ‘excessive’ force
According to punchng ( 18 May, 2023 ). In Mexico, a native woman called Roxana Ruiz was given a prison sentence of six years and two months for killing her rapist in 2021. The court acknowledged that she acted in self-defense but claimed that she used extreme force when she killed the attacker.