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Tuesday, 31 October 2017

Futures higher with earnings, Fed in focus - World news

U.S. stock index futures were slightly higher on Tuesday following a fresh set of earnings reports, while investors waited for an announcement on the new Federal Reserve head.
  •  President Donald Trump is likely to pick Fed Governor Jerome Powell as the next head of the U.S. central bank, a source familiar with the matter said on Monday.
  •  Powell is seen as more dovish than other contenders such as Stanford University economist John Taylor. Trump is expected to announce his decision on Thursday.

Tinubu: Cabal in Aso Rock fake news

APC national leader,  Asiwaju Bola Tinubu has dispelled the rumour of an existing cabal in President Muhammadu Buhari’s cabinet, saying it was both myth and fake news.
Tinubu spoke with State House Correspondents after a closed door meeting with Buhari ahead of the party’s caucus meeting in Abuja.
He said the APC is a party for the people, by the people and for the people adding that “it is a democratic environment; each of us has our roles to play and that is how we are playing it.

Don’t fail us on Nov. 1, Nigerians urge TSTV

Nigerian have urged the newly launched satellite television provider, TSTV not to renege on its promise to begin sales of its decoders by November 1.
Nigerians who took to various social media platforms urged TSTV not to dash their hopes like it did on October 1, during its official launch.
Nigerians had anticipated an immediate sale of the TSTV decoders following its formal launch but the TV provider however announced that sales would commence Nov. 1.

Monday, 30 October 2017

Somalia bans movement of trucks, tanks in Mogadishu

Somali authorities have imposed a daytime ban on the movement of large trucks and road tankers inside the capital Mogadishu.
The ban came into effect on Monday in a bid to improve security following a wave of devastating attacks by militants.
The move followed twin truck bombings on Oct. 15 that killed more than 350 people in the city, in the deadliest attack in the history of the Horn of Africa nation.
Though the Islamist militant group al Shabaab did not claim responsibility for that attack, the method is one it has often used.

Buhari meets Quattara behind closed door in Aso Rock - nigeria news

President Muhammadu Buhari on Monday met behind closed door with visiting President Alassane Quattara of Cote D’Ivoire at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.

Quattara, who arrived the Presidential Villa at about 12.15 p.m., was introduced to some cabinet ministers and presidential aides by President Buhari before the commencement of their meeting.

Monkey pox : Bayelsa allays fear of new outbreak

Prof. Ebitimitula Etebu, Bayelsa Commissioner for Health, on Monday dispelled the romour that two new cases of monkey pox disease were detected in the state.
Etebu told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on telephone that the two cases were not fresh but old ones.
According to him, blood samples sent for confirmatory tests at the World Health Organisation reference laboratory in Dakar returned in batches.
“The additional two positive results, though not a new outbreak, will break the total recorded cases in the state to five.

UK minister, Mark Garnier under investigation after sex toy allegations - world news

British Prime Minister Theresa May has ordered an investigation into its international trade minister, Mark Garnier, who reportedly admitted to asking his personal assistant to buy sex toys and used a sexual slur against her.  
Theresa May's office confirmed the investigation after the Sunday Mail newspaper published Caroline Edmondson's allegations and Garnier's admission.

Edmondson alleged that Garnier took her to a sex shop in London in 2010 and asked her to buy two vibrators, one for his wife and one for a woman in his constituency office, while he waited outside.

NAPTIP visit shrines in Edo State where human trafficking victims are taken for oath-taking

In the fight against human trafficking, NAPTIP, Benin Zonal Command have enlisted the support of chief priests in Ayelala shrines, Edo State, in order to combat the crime. 
"It is no secret that one of the control mechanisms employed by traffickers over their victims is the use of voodoo and oath-taking, usually at Ayelala shrines in Edo State. This voodoo is meant to instill fear into them and keep them loyal at all costs," the command said on NAPTIP official Facebook page.

Kim Kardashian's Aaliyah Halloween costume gets backlash from fans - entertainment news

For Halloween this year, Kim Kardashian decided to pay homage to some musical legends by dressing up like them, but one particular look generated mixed reactions on Twitter. 
The reality star channeled Cher, Madonna, and Aaliyah, but some fans of the late African-American singer felt it was offensive for Kim to dress up as Aaliyah. Some were concerned about the fact that Kim looked extra tan as she dressed up like Aaliyah, who was a black woman and they called her out for it.

Sunday, 29 October 2017

Notorious syndicate that specialised in carjacking intercepted while trying to escape into Niger Republic with vehicle they stole in Abuja - naija news

The Katsina state Command has arrested a notorious syndicate that specializes in carjacking. 
The suspects, Ahmed Mohd ‘m’ of Kinkina Street, Unguwar Rimi, Kaduna state and Usman Mohd ‘m’ of Kerau quarters, Katsina state were intercepted on October 26, at Kongolam village, Katsina state border with Niger Republic trying to escape into Niger Republic with a stolen motor vehicle Toyota 4Runner with  registration No. ABJ 225 TL, which they stole from No.52 Lome Crescent, Wuse, Zone 7, Abuja  belonging to one Hajia Maryam Kinasam staff of Standard Organization of Nigeria, Abuja.

(photos) - Nicki Minaj flaunts her hourglass figure in pink suede bodysuit - entertainment news...

34-year-old rapper Nicki Minaj put her hourglass figure on display while posing seductively in pink suede and black leather bodysuits during a secret photoshoot. More photos below.

Hamilton wins 4th Formula One world title - world news...

Britain’s Lewis Hamilton won a fourth Formula One world title on Sunday, joining the league of four-time winners such as  rival Sebastian Vettel and Alain Prost.
Hamilton won the title today despite finishing the Mexican Grand Prix in ninth place as Red Bull’s Max Verstappen took the race victory.
Only two drivers have achieved more –- seven-time champion Michael Schumacher and five-time champion Argentine Juan Manuel Fangio -– while Hamilton leaves behind a cluster of five celebrated masters of the track on three apiece.

Saudi women to be allowed into stadiums from 2018 - saudi news...

Saudi women have won another right from their conservative male overlords. From  next year,  they will be allowed  into three sports stadiums for the first time.
The landmark move announced by the authorities on Sunday,  would open up the previously male-only venues to families.
It was one of a raft of decisions announced by Turki Al-Asheikh, chairman of the General Sports Authority, aimed at supporting and stimulating the sports sector”, arabnews.com reported. It was also in line with  with powerful Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s ambitious reform drive shaking up the ultra-conservative kingdom,

Nigeria - PDP loses vice-chairman Sankara to APC naijanews..

Alhaji Danladi Sankara, former Senator representing Jigawa Northwest, has dumped the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and joined the All Progressives Congress (APC).
Sankara was received by the Jigawa Governor, Alhaji Muhammad Badaru at the Malam Aminu Kano triangle Square on Sunday in Dutse.
Badaru said that the defection of the former senator was a welcome development to the party in the state.

Friday, 27 October 2017

Wall St. powered higher by tech, Amazon results

Wall Street climbed on Friday as a surge in the tech sector and a rally in Amazon shares helped push the Nasdaq to its best day in nearly a year. 

The S&P technology index led the way higher, up 2.91 percent. The index notched its best day since March 1, 2016, and is up nearly 35 percent on the year versus the 15 percent gain in the S&P 500.
Google-parent Alphabet (GOOGL.O) gained 4.26 percent as its revenue got a boost from advertising sales.
Microsoft (MSFT.O) jumped 6.41 percent after the world’s largest software company reported further gains from its cloud computing services.

Negative reports affect Nigeria’s yams export

Some yam exporters to Europe and the U.S. have decried negative reports about the produce, saying it is de-marketing Nigerian yams in the international market.
The exporters spoke at a meeting with the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Chief Audu Ogbeh, in Abuja on Friday.
They said the reports were putting Ghana at an advantage over Nigeria on yam exportation at the international market.

Sexual harassment: Female employees threaten British parliament

Female employees of the British parliament have created a secret list of members of parliament and other male staffers who they say have carried out sexual harassment, a local media reported on Friday.
Researchers, secretaries and aides set up a group chat on the messaging platform WhatsApp in which they shared names of the men along with details of alleged harassment.
One minister was branded “not safe in taxis,” another post warned of a man that was “very handsy,” while another warned to avoid getting the lift with a certain man.

Hameed Ali: PDP hijacks Buhari’s government

The Comptroller General (CG) of the Nigerian Customs Service (NCS) Colonel Hameed Ali (rtd) has said the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) has not fulfilled its promises, half way into the journey of four years.
In an unsparing assessment of the party by an insider, Ali said the party is gradually losing its core values, vision and mission, adding that more than fifty percent of the positions in the Buhari government are being held by members of the PDP who fought against the actualisation of a Buhari Presidency.

'I can never betray Goodluck Jonathan, I only need him to prove that I am innocent' ex-PDP spokesperson, Olisa Metuh, says

Former PDP spokesperson, Olisa Metuh, says he would never allow himself to be used against ex-President Goodluck Jonathan. Metuh through his counsel had asked the Federal High Court to issue a summon on Former president Goodluck Jonathan to appear as a witness in his ongoing trial. Metuh is accused of collecting N400 million from the office of the former Naitional Security Adviser, Sambo Dasuki. Justice Okon Abang of the Federal High Court on Monday October 23rd, signed the summons and asked the court Bailiff to ensure it gets to Jonathan so he can appear at the next court hearing.

Photos: Kanye West steps out with wife, Kim K for her belated birthday dinner

American rapper Kanye West joined his wife of 3 years, Kim K and her famous family for a belated birthday dinner on Thursday night at her late father's favourite restaurant, Carousel Armenian in California. Kendall came alone but her mother Kris Jenner and sister Kourtney Kardashian came with their toyboys. Her pregnant sisters Khloe and Kylie, and brother Rob were however not present. See more photos below.

Prince Harry had two-year crush on Meghan Markle after watching her in Suits so asked a mutual friend to introduce them

Long before Prince Harry met his girlfriend, Meghan Markle, he had a crush on her and thought she was his "ideal girl" so he asked a mutual friend of theirs, Markus Anderson, to set up a meeting last summer.
The smitten royal, 33, is believed to have first spotted the US actress, 36, two years before meeting her while watching her on the American drama series, Suits. In a new documentary titled When Harry Met Meghan: A Royal Romance, royal expert Katie Nicholl reveals Harry described Meghan to a pal as his "ideal girl".

(Photos) - Beautiful black lady recreates Solange Knowles' hair style for Halloween

Nia Hope, who's a natural hair influencer decided to recreate Solange Knowles epic hairstyle for Halloween.
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Japanese school girl sues govt. over dyed hair

A Japanese teenager is suing the government of Osaka, saying her public high school repeatedly forced her to dye her naturally-brown hair black or be banned from attending school, local media reported on Friday.
In a lawsuit filed in Osaka District Court, the 18-year-old girl said her mother informed Kaifukan School in Habikino city upon her enrolment that she was born with brownish hair, as the school had a policy banning hair colouring, media reported.

2 South Africans jailed for putting Blackman in coffin


Two South African farmers, Willem Oosthuizen and Theo Martins who filmed themselves forcing a black man into a coffin and threatening to burn him alive, were jailed 16 and 19 years today.
Oosthuizen and Jackson, both white farmers shifted nervously in the dock, as the judge handed over their sentences. Female family members wept in the public gallery.
“The conduct of the accused was most dehumanising and disgusting,” said judge Segopotje Mphahlele, handing down sentence in the High Court sitting in Middelburg, 165 kilometres (100 miles) east of Johannesburg.

Revealed: How U.S. planned to assassinate Fidel Castro

It has been revealed how the United States (U.S.) planned to kill late Cuban leader Fidel Castro between 1959 and 1960.
Among the thousands of records released Thursday by the National Archives in relation to the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy was one file labelled “Top Secret,” containing a memo with explicit details of U.S. plans for bumping off long-time Cuban leader Fidel Castro.
The CIA had been involved in assassination plots against the communist leader as early as late 1959 or 1960, the New York Daily News reported, citing the now unclassified documents.

Burundi withdraws from ICC

Burundi has withdrawn its membership of the International Criminal Court (ICC) , a year after it notified the global judicial institution of its intention.
With the notification, Burundi becomes the first country to leave the ICC.
The East African country had accused the ICC of deliberately targeting Africans for prosecution.
In September, the UN Commission of Inquiry into Burundi accused the government of committing crimes against humanity, including executions and torture, and urged the ICC to open a prosecution as soon as possible.

Thursday, 26 October 2017

'Labeling every young man seen in a car as being a yahoo boy should stop forthwith' Kwara commissioner of police warns SARS officials in the state

The Commissioner of Police in Kwara state, Lawan Ado, issued this warning when he met with operatives of the F-SARS (SPECIAL ANTI-ROBBERY SQUAD) at the Police Headquarters Ilorin, the state capital. Read a statement from the command below
'The Commissioner of Police Kwara State Command, Cp Lawan Ado, while meeting with Kwara State Command's officers and operatives of the F-SARS (SPECIAL ANTI-ROBBERY SQUAD) at the Police Headquarters Ilorin today, declared to the operatives that enough was enough, that they either sit up or get booted out of the outfit.

President Muhammadu Buhari congratulates Chinese leader, Xi Jinping on his re-election

President Muhammadu Buhari has congratulated the Chinese President Xi Jinping on his re-election as General Secretary of the Communist Party of China and the leader of the nation.
Buhari expressed his conviction that the success of the 19th National Congress of the CPC and the implementation of its important decisions will serve to fulfil the Chinese dream of the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation.

RRS parades two corporate pickpockets apprehended in Lagos

RRS today shared photos of some corporate pickpockets and thieves apprehended in various areas in Lagos state. According to a statement published on their social media handles, one of the apprehended pickpockets, 18-year-old Seun Jimoh was a trainee auto-engineer that abandoned his mechanic work for pickpocketing in Oshodi, on the ground that it was more profitable.
Jimoh, decked in brown jacket and trousers, and a handbag like a corporate executive, as at the time of his arrest had already stolen four mobile phones from unsuspecting commuters in an early morning rush in Oshodi.

Couple arrested and charged in death of their 4-month-old son found rotting in a swing

An Iowa couple, Cheyanne Harris, 20, and Zachary Koehn, 28, has been charged with the murder of their 4-month-old infant son, whose decaying body was found in a baby swing inside their home.
The couple called an ambulance to their Alta Vista apartment on Aug. 30 to report that their 4-month old son, Sterling Koehn, had died "just a few hours" after Harris had fed him.
However, when paramedics got to the home, they found the baby in a powered swing seat in a bedroom separate from where the couple and their other child slept.

FG seizes fugitive Tompolo’s property..

Fugitive former militant, Government Ekpemupolo, alias Tompolo, has lost some of his assets to the Federal Government, temporarily, over his evasion of the court to answer fraud charges.
The Court of Appeal sitting in Lagos today dismissed an appeal filed by him, seeking to set aside the decision of the Federal High Court, Lagos which empowered the EFCC to attach all the properties belonging to the ex-militant.
Justice I. N. Buba of the Federal High Court, Lagos on February 19,  2016 made an order attaching Tompolo’s properties for failure to appear to answer the charges against him.

Kogi Poly bursar, 4 others steal N157m via payroll fraud

The Kogi State Government said it has established a payroll fraud of N157.38million perpetrated by the bursar of the state polytechnic and four others.
All the indicted officers, who have been suspended from office, are all senior staff in the Bursary Department of the Kogi State Polytechnic.
Government said today that the money was diverted into the private accounts of the five officers, over three years, from April 2014 to May 2017.
The suspects who will soon face trial are: Dr Okia Abel Adama, the School Bursar; Momoh Adeyanju Yahaya, the Chief Accountant for Part-time Programme; Omale Isaac Damian, the Chief Accountant-Budget and Planning; Ebiloma Ilenwa, the Assistant Chief Acountant-Pay Roll, and Falodun Alfred Toyin, the Pay Roll Officer.

Carabao Cup: Chelsea host Bournemouth in December

Chelsea will host AFC Bournemouth according to the quarter final draw for the Carabao Cup, in a match to be played at Stamford Bridge, the week commencing 18 December.
Coincidentally, Chelsea will also be hosting Bournemouth in the English premier League this weekend.
The London club last met Bournemouth in the League Cup in 1994/95, winning a second round tie 2-0 on aggregate.
In the other draws, Championship club, Bristol City have a mountain to climb as they would face Manchester United.

Buhari begs lawmakers over cancelled dinner

President Muhammadu Buhari has apologised to the leadership of the National Assembly over the cancellation of the planned dinner for the lawmakers in the State House.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the President was to host the lawmakers to dinner at the new Banquet Hall of the State House, Abuja, by 8:30p.m. on Thursday.
He, however, met behind closed doors at his official residence with the Senate President, Bukola Saraki and the Speaker, House of Representatives, Yakubu Dogara, along with the Vice-President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo and some presidential aides.

Kenya elections: police and opposition supporters clash


Opposition supporters in Kenya have fought running battles with police as voters headed to the polls in a contentious election rerun that has polarised the country.
Raila Odinga, the opposition leader, has called for a boycott and in stark contrast to the first election, which the supreme court annulled last month, many polling stations in opposition strongholds received only a trickle of voters.
In areas loyal to Uhuru Kenyatta, the incumbent who won the original election, voting was brisk, though turnout appeared to be lower than for the previous election.
One man was shot dead and three others injured during protests in Odinga’s western stronghold of Kisumu, a nurse at the main government hospital said.

Brexit: Boris Johnson says EU citizens’ rights will be protected ‘whatever happens’

Boris Johnson has unilaterally declared to EU citizens living in the UK that “your rights will be protected whatever happens” after Brexit.
Speaking at an evening reception last Tuesday, the foreign secretary gave a much more concrete guarantee than the prime minister, who has held off promising to continue EU citizens’ rights until those of UK citizens in the rest of the EU have been secured.
Johnson made the promise at a gathering of the Belvedere Forum on Polish-UK relations, which was later tweeted out by the official account of the UK embassy in Poland.

Peter Okoye speaks on his rift with his brothers, Paul and Jude...

In a new interview with Vibe Magazine, singer Peter Okoye spoke about his rift with his twin brother and singing partner, Paul Okoye and their older brother, Jude Okoye. According to Peter who has since gone solo and released a song on youtube, their family feud has lingered on for four years.  He said he has no problems with the families of his other brothers and their wives and doesn't know what exactly is wrong. Peter says he has asked what exactly the problem is but no one is saying anything. 
'Last year, nobody knew what was happening. 'When are you guys releasing a song?’ They did not know we were fighting but we’d still go on stage and perform. All I wanted was to keep the family together but what the fans wanted was to have Psquare.

Senators donate 1,280 bags of rice to unpaid Kogi workers

Members of the Senate have donated 1,280 bags of rice to the unpaid workers in the Kogi State civil service.  The gesture came after Senator Dino Melaye who represents Kogi Wests senatorial district in the Senate, brought the plight of the workers who are being owed many months salaries, to the floor of the house yesterday October 25th. Dino announced the kind gesture when he addressed members of the National Assembly press corp.

1 day to Go! Pre-order the new Tecno Phantom 8 and enjoy first buyer benefits

Tecno Mobile’s new Phantom 8 arrives Nigeria on October 27 but the device won’t be generally available till November 1. However, Pre-orders for the new Tecno Phantom 8 has been on since the 23rd of October and it’s now less than 24 hours before it ends. The first set of pre-order deliveries will be made to customers from the 27th, and you still have a chance to Pre-order the new device within the next few hours to enjoy the many benefits that come with being one of the first and Proud owners of the Tecno Phantom 8. Here’s a guide on what to do:

Wednesday, 25 October 2017

Buhari did not invite Maina to Nigeria: Garba Shehu..

The Presidency says the claim that the Buhari administration invited the wanted Abdulrasheed Maina back into the  country is a `freshly minted falsehood’, and should be discarded by well meaning citizens.
Malam Garba Shehu, the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, in a two-paragraph statement issued on Wednesday night in Abuja, dismissed the claim as ridiculous.
The statement read: “The claim that the Buhari administration invited the wanted Abdulrasheed Maina back into country is a freshly minted falsehood. Nobody should believe that.

Osinbajo: All arms of government must fight corruption

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has described  the war against endemic corruption in Nigeria as the fight for the soul of the nation and called for a collaborative effort from all arms of government.
He made the remark at a workshop organised by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission and the National Judicial Institute  in Jabi Abuja.
“All nations that have successfully confronted corruption did one thing in common: the administration of justice system changed its attitude to the investigation and trial of corruption cases, ” he said

As Kenyans vote today, Odinga calls for boycott


Kenyans are filing out today to cast their ballots in the re-run presidential election, following the Supreme court annulment of the first vote conducted on 8 August.
The fresh election however may end a major fiasco if supporters of the opposition leader,  Raila Odinga heeded his boycott call.
Odinga, who has withdrawn from the race,  has urged Kenyans to stay at home  and “hold vigils and prayers away from polling stations or just stay at home”.
The election is the chaotic climax of a two-month political drama that began when the Supreme Court overturned the victory of President Uhuru Kenyatta in the August 8 elections.

GOP Senator Jeff Flake attacks 'reckless, outrageous and undignified' Trump

The Arizona senator joined a list of high-profile Republicans, including Bob Corker, who have opted to retire amid the turmoil of Donald Trump’s presidency
Arizona senator Jeff Flake has launched an extraordinary attack against Donald Trump and the “complicity” of the Republican party as he announced his decision to leave the Senate.
Flake, a key Republican critic of Trump, said he was retiring at the end of his term in 2018 because there was no room for him in the party under the current president’s stewardship. He then delivered an emotional appeal from the Senate floor against the state of affairs under Trump, bemoaning that his Republican colleagues had “given in or given up on core principles in favor of a more viscerally satisfying anger and resentment”.

Xi Jinping signals intent to remain in power by revealing politburo with no successor

Xi Jinping has kicked off his second term as leader of the world’s second largest economy, vowing to spearhead the “great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation” and signalling his intent to tower over Chinese politics for decades to come.
At just before noon on Wednesday, Xi unveiled the new line-up of China’s top ruling council – the Communist party’s politburo standing committee – leading six besuited comrades out into a blaze of camera flashes in the Great Hall of the People.

Kenya’s Supreme Court fails to stop re-run election

Kenya’s re-run presidential election will go ahead tomorrow, despite fears by the opposition and even the election umpire, that it may not be free and fair.
Kenya’s Supreme Court shattered expectations that the poll will be called off when the Chief Justice said the Court was unable to hear a petition calling for a delay.
Chief Justice David Maraga said not enough of the court’s seven judges were available to hear the case.

Canada votes $3.5bn to support women, children’s health in Nigeria

Dr Christopher Thorney, Canadian High Commissioner to Nigeria, says the Canadian government has earmarked $3.5 billion to advance the health of women and children in Nigeria.
The High Commissioner made the disclosure during the Multi-Country Dissemination of the Rapid Access Expansion (RAcE) Project on Integrated Community Case Management of Childhood Illnesses (iCCM) in Abuja.
According to him, Canada has a long history of working to improve the health of women and children in Nigeria.

Tuesday, 24 October 2017

Nigerian lady shares photos of a strange bird killed after her mum finished her midnight prayer

Facebook user, Vivian Madujibeya, shared photos of the white bird that was killed today moments after her mum finished her midnight prayers. She wrote
"Make una com help me thank God oo. He is truly an awesome God, I can't even thank him enough now, I am still shocked, cos I do hear of these things happening, but now I am a witness, because I just experienced it.

'I have never cheated on my wife' - IK Ogbonna says, however states that he can forgive his wife's infidelity if no feelings were involved

Nollywood actor/fineboy IK Ogbonna's controversial views on the definition of cheating  might not be accepted by many Nigerians, but he however insists that he has never cheated on his wife and doesn't see any reason to. According to him;
For me, I looked for a woman that had everything that I wanted. From beauty to brains, companionship and friendship. I'm more about building my family, life and builfing a future both for my internal/external family. I really don't have the time (to cheat) as i'm always workin and whatever time left is spent with family.

Agriculture: Adesina advocate investments in rural infrastructure

The President of African Development Bank (AfDB), Dr Akinwumi Adesina, says Nigeria needs more investment in rural infrastructure to boost agricultural production in the country.
Adesina made this known on Tuesday in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Des Moines, USA.
He said that the country must continue to operate policies that would assist farmers in accessing seeds and fertilisers easily.
“We must continue to run public policies that get access to seeds and fertilizers for farmer at scale. When I mean scale, I mean at scale of millions and millions of farmers.

Police sanction 20 personnel for corruption

The Nigeria Police Force, says it has sanctioned 20 personnel involved in corruption between Jan. 2016 and Jun. 2017 in four states.
A report obtained from the Public Complaints Rapid Response Unit by the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) indicated that those sanctioned served in Enugu, Abuja, Ogun and Lagos commands.
It indicated that 10 policemen were dismissed during the period, one given severe reprimand, one demoted, and eight given other forms of punishment.

Kim Kardashian pictures of her day at Disneyland with Saint and North, after welcoming baby Psalm

She joined the hundreds of families taking their children to Disneyland on Wednesday.  And Kim Kardashian shared some of her memories o...