Inside senator’s plot to become Nigeria’s president

Saraki, Osinbajo and Nigeria's Chief Justice Onnoghen. There is growing disquiet within the corridors of power in Abuja, over feelers that Senate President Bukola Saraki intends to take advantage of President Muhammadu Buhari's failing health to supplant himself as the nation’s number one citizen. Two top ranking officials in the office of acting President Yemi... Continue Reading →

IPOB members protest against Imo State Governor; Rochas Okorocha’s opposition to Biafra

Watch as IPOB members sing about the Biafra agitation. https://youtu.be/7hPX3arcgSI - IPOB members criticise Governor Rochas Okorocha for his indifference to the Biafra agitation - The group accuses the governor of opposing the Biafra struggle for selfish reasons - One of the leaders of the group, King David, insists Biafra is a reality Members of... Continue Reading →

Breaking News: John McCain US Senator calls for Pakistani ‘cooperation’ against extremists

The relationship between the US and Pakistan has been strained at times, with some in Washington believing Islamabad has not done enough to curtail Afghan Taliban. US Senator John McCain has warned Pakistan that Washington is counting on its support to eliminate militancy. (AFP) US Senator John McCain visited Kabul Tuesday and warned neighboring Pakistan... Continue Reading →

EU states slammed for lack of support to Africa fund.

EU countries have fallen far short of their duty to an African economic development fund designed to help discourage mass migration to Europe, Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker charged Friday. Juncker reprimanded EU member states at a summit in Brussels for having pledged only 200 million euros of the 1.8 billion euros ($2 billion) they are... Continue Reading →

Find out what is making headlines all over the country from the covers of The Guardian, Vanguard, The Nation and ThisDay.

For today, Wednesday, July 5, 2017: THE GUARDIAN PDP ex-ministers challenge Buhari to re-contest in 2019 Former ministers who served in the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) administration rose from an emergency meeting yesterday challenging ailing President Muhammadu Buhari to contest the 2019 elections. Frontline diplomat, Maitama Sule, dies at 87 Elder statesman and former Nigeria’s... Continue Reading →

EU Door Stays Open To UK Until Brexit Concluded – Macron

French President Emmanuel Macron said on Tuesday that the door to the European Union remains open to the United Kingdom until exit negotiations are concluded. Asked at a joint news conference with British Prime Minister Theresa May in Paris whether he agreed with German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble, who earlier told Bloomberg that Britain would... Continue Reading →

16 Years-Old Nigerian Boy Becomes First Black Student To Build A Nuclear Fusor

Sixteen-year-old Nigerian teenager, Steven Udotong, has invented a nuclear energy fusor, making him the first black student to attain such feat. A fusor is a device that uses an electric field to heat ions to suitable condition for nuclear fusion. The machine generates an electric potential difference between two metal cages inside a vacuum. Speaking... Continue Reading →

Apple Founder Says Tesla, Not Apple, Will Create The Next Breakthrough Technology

Apple’s Other Steve Experts in tech and tech enthusiasts alike know that there wasn’t just one “Steve” behind Apple. While Steve Jobs was the popular (and disruptive) face of the company, Steve Wozniak was the genius behind Apple’s earliest technology — most notably, the original Macintosh that was the key to Apple’s initial successes. No stranger to... Continue Reading →

Scientists Testify: The Great Barrier Reef Can’t Be Saved Through Current Efforts

In Brief Scientists testified to an Australian governmental committee that the current plans in place to save the Great Barrier Reef are doomed to fail, as the plans do not include a way to directly battle climate change.     Beyond Saving In relation to global warming, the condition of the Great Barrier Reef has... Continue Reading →

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