TACHA PARTS WAYS WITH ERSTWHILE MANAGER, TEEBLITZ, SEE HIS REACTION

Popular Instagram slay queen turned BBNaija star, Simply Tacha has officially ended her 3-month managerial relationship with teebillz, Tiwa Savage’s estranged husband. The controversial ex BBNaija housemate announced this via her Instagram Page and wrote: “THANK YOU BILLZ VIZION FOR HELPING ME END MY 2019 ON A HIGH” Meanwhile Teebillz took to his Instagram Page to react to Tacha’s announcement and revealed that his team and Tacha’s team took a unanimous decision to end their management deal. Recall that Teebillz promised to manage Tacha and make her the biggest African…

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AS EXPECTED BUHARI APPOINT AHMAD SALHIJO TO REPLACE SUSPENDED OGUNBIYI AS REA MANAGING DIRECTOR

President Muhammadu Buhari has appointed Ahmad Salihijo Ahmad as the managing director of the Rural Electrification Agency (REA). The appointment is not unexpected given the fact that most Southern appointees removed by the BUHARI administration have been replaced by core Northerners and it is hardly the other way round. On December 24, Sale Mamman, minister of power, ordered the indefinite suspension of Damilola Ogunbiyi, former REA managing director. The minister also ordered an investigation into alleged infractions by the agency under Ogunbiyi. Mamman said the move was to sanitise the activities of…

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GROOM PLAYS VIDEO OF BRIDE CHEATING ON HIM WITH HER BROTHER IN-LAW AT WEDDING RECEPTION

Footage of a groom playing a video of his bride apparently cheating with her brother-in-law has gone viral in China. The man had the five-minute sex tape played out on a big screen in front of family and friends to humiliate his unfaithful fiancée after discovering her affair with her pregnant sister’s husband. The wedding took place in the province of Fujian in south-eastern China last week. The viral clips shows the lovebirds walking down the aisle and then standing on a stage at their wedding banquet at first. Then…

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DSS INVITES CAMPUS JOURNALIST OVER WRITE-UP ON TINUBU, SANWO-OLU, RECTOR SAYS HE’S APC MEMBER, DEMOTES SUPERVISING LECTURER

DSS Invites Campus Journalist For Publishing Content On Sowore, School Demotes Supervising Lecturer The Department of State Services has invited editor of a campus newspaper at Gateway ICT Polytechnic, Ogun State, Ayoola Babalola, for interrogation over the publication of certain contents on Omoyele Sowore. The campus newspaper had recently published articles demanding good governance and obedience to rule of law in Nigeria. Some of the articles published include: ‘Will EFCC investigate Chief Bola Tinubu?’, ‘Sowore: An equal opportunity offender’, and ‘President Buhari does not believe in Nigeria’. Rector of the…

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FRSC BOSS ADVISES ROAD USERS ON AVOIDING ROAD CARNAGE IN 2020

FRSC BOSS CALLS FOR COLLECTIVE VIGILANCE AGAINST ROAD CARNAGE IN 2020. As year 2019 comes to end on Tuesday, 31st December, the Corps Marshal of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Dr Boboye Oyeyemi has urged Nigerians, particularly the motoring public to sustain collective vigilance against the menace of road traffic crashes in the country, saying joint effort remains the panacea for dealing with the challenges of road traffic crashes. Oyeyemi stated this in his 2020 new year message in which he applauded the critical road safety stakeholders for sustaining…

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ENUGU SPEAKER’S COMMUNITY REJECT HIS CHRISTMAS GIFT

Jude Chinedu, Enugu The Council of elders of Umuchigbo Community in Enugu East Local Government Area, have rejected Christmas gift presented to them by Speaker of Enugu State House of Assembly, Chief Edward Ubosi. They said they turned down the gift as Ubosi, who hails from the community, considered it more important to present them a cow for Christmas, when he allegedly refused to intervene in the lingering leadership crisis tearing the community apart. At a press briefing, yesterday, Chief Ben Okoye, an octogenarian retired school principal and member of the council,…

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NAICOM CHANGES DEADLINE FOR RECAPITALISATION OF INSURANCE FIRMS

The National Insurance Commission (NAICOM) has extended the recapitalisation deadline for Insurance and Reinsurance Companies earlier slated for June 30, 2020 to December 31, 2020. A circular with No: NAICOM/ DPR/CIR/25-03/2019 /DECEMBER 30, 2019 signed by Mr Pius Agboola, Director, Policy and Regulation, NAICOM for the Acting Commisioner for Insurance, Mr Sunday Thomas, conveyed the new directive to all insurance and reinsurance companies. It reads: “This circular is in furtherance to our earlier circulars referencedNAICOM/DPR/CIR/25/2019 dated May 20, 2019 and NAICOM/DPR/CIR/25-01/2019 dated July 23, 2019 on the above subject matter.…

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HERDSMAN RAPES EBONYI WOMAN TO DEATH

The Police in Ebonyi State arrested a herdsman for allegedly raping a 56years old woman to death. Though details of the incident were sketchy at the time of filing this report, a source in the community, however, said the herdsman allegedly carried out the evil act on 28th December 2019 in Ufuezeraku, Ugwulangwu in Ohaozara local government area. Police spokesman in the state, Loveth Odah confirmed the incident. She said the suspect was arrested on 29th December and will soon be charged to court. Mrs Odah gave the name of…

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REVENUE GENERATING COMPANIES FAILED TO REMIT 1.55TRILION TO FEDERATION ACCOUNT IN 2017, AUDITOR GENERAL REVEALS

The Auditor-General of the Federation, Mr. Anthony Ayine, has revealed how government revenue gencies failed to remit the sum of N1. 555 trillion into the Federation Account in 2017. His observation was contained in the Auditor-General’s Report of 2017, posted on the organisation’s website. According to the report, “total revenue inflows to the Federation Account from the various Collecting Agencies from Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Component Statements for the period under audit amounted to N6.422 trillion. The AuGF noted that from a total revenue of N2.407 trillion payable to…

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FOILED ABUJA ROBBERY: POLICE GRILL FIRST BANK EMPLOYEES

From Nicholas Kalu, Abuja Employees of a first generation bank at Mpape in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) are being grilled by the police over their alleged involvement in a botched robbery attempt on the bank last Saturday. A source said it was curious how the robbers gained access to the bank on a non-working day and some top officials suspected to have colluded with them were being questioned. Last Saturday, one robber was killed and four others arrested after a team of policemen and soldiers foiled their attempt to rob…

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