Former Presidential candidate, Rev Chris Okotie,has urged the Inspector General of Police,Alkali Baba, to show mercy upon Afrobeat star,Seun Kuti over his case with the Police.
The outspoken musician is in detention for slapping a Police man during an encounter in traffic recently. The matter has raised an uproar across the country.
In a press statement issued in Lagos yesterday, and signed by his media adviser, Ladi Ayodeji, Rev Okotie made a case for amnesty for the embattled m...
The Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Idowu Owohunwa, on Thursday, visited the okada rider, who was assaulted by some police officers in a viral video.
Three policemen were seen in a viral video brutalising the Okada man. One of the policemen was seen hitting his baton on the man as another one was pushing him away. The man, who tried to wrestle his bike with the policemen, sustained injury as he held on to his forehead where blood was seen gushing out from.
For several years, the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has ignored spiritual warnings and divine instructions from men of God especially Primate Ayodele who has been a huge supporter of Nigeria’s football for several decades.
Primate Ayodele at different times has warned the football federation against fielding some players, playing in some stadiums but most of the time, they neglect the man of God and in the end, they pay heavily for their neglecting the warnings.
Afrobeat singer, Seun Kuti, has promised to cooperate fully with the police after the Inspector-General of Police, Usman Baba, ordered his arrest.
The order came after Kuti was captured assaulting an officer in a viral video.
In the video that emerged on Saturday, Kuti was seen pointing to the unidentified police officer before proceeding to push and slap the officer.
Reacting, Baba ordered the Commissioner of Police, Lagos State Command to arrest the...
The Leader Of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Elijah Ayodele has cleared the air concerning his recent prophecies on the inauguration of President-elect, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu.
The prophet had been accused of joining the camp of the APC due to his prophecy confirming that the inauguration of the president-elect will hold regardless of the court cases being treated at the election tribunal.
The critics referred to his previous prophecies against the Mu...
Esther chukwuemeka, 24yrs old, has been called to the Nigerian Bar, thus making her the youngest Nigerian Lawyer to be called to Bar.
Esther who hails from Okigwe, Imo State, Reportedly finished her secondary school at the age of 13.
She passed her Senior Secondary school Exams and Also applied to study at the Abia State University (ABSU).
But she was denied Admission because she was underaged.
Fortunately for her, her father picked ...
An- 18 year- old- boy whose name was given as Kingsley Akpobome Emobor, has confessed that he murdered his mother and slept with her corpse for 2 nights for the purpose of money ritual making.
Samuel who is an indigene of Oghara in Delta State carried out the act at their rented apartment located in Ologbo community in Ikpoba- Okha local government area of Edo State.
While talking to journalists when he was paraded at the Edo State Police Command, Samuel said he was...
The woman in African attire with a head tie is Dame Elizabeth Nneka Anionwu, an inspiring woman. She's a Professor of Nursing at the University of West London.
She came to look for her biological father in Nigeria at her adult age. She grew up being abused as a young woman by her white stepfather, married to her white mother. She was put in a care home, and she achieved success.
She met her father at a later age. Her father was Lawrence Anionwu, the first permanent sec...
Transformational leadership is the trending leadership character used for campaigns. However, no more than a handful of Nigerian leaders can claim to have a true understanding and application of this approach. But Yusuf Gagdi, the lawmaker representing Pankshin/Kanam/Kanke Constituency of Plateau State in the 9th National Assembly has flipped over the table, demonstrating how a committed heart and a willing mind can grind out the dividends of transformational leadership.
By Emeka Ugwuonye, Esquire
Today, as expected, Senator Ike Ekweremadu was sentenced to 10 years imprisonment to be served in a British prison for human trafficking. His wife got four years. Their doctor friend got 10 years. The case is over and everything else is history. At 60, by the time he is out of prison, he will be approaching 70. What a sad reality and an ironic turn of events. He will now rely on whatever network of friends he has in Nigeria, particularly Enugu State, to ...