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NCC unfolds mandatory Corporate Code of Governance for telcos

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has unfolded and ordered a mandatory compliance with the provisions of the Code of Corporate Governance for the Telecommunications sector at stakeholders’ sensitization workshop in Lagos on Tuesday. NCC is the government’s regulatory agency for the operators in the telecommunications’ industry. Some of the players in

Boy allegedly hacks 10-year-old sibling to death in Ebonyi

Seventeen-year-old Monday Utah has hacked his younger brother, Ndubuisi, aged 10 in cold blood in Ebonyi State. Confirming the incident yesterday in Abakaliki, police spokesperson, ASP Loveth Idaho, said the incident took place on January 21 at Umuegara community of Ezzamgbo in Ohaukwu Local Council. According to Idaho, the boys’ father

World’s Tallest Man Meets the World’s Shortest Woman

The world's tallest man, Sultan Kosen, has met the world’s shortest woman, Jyoti Amge, during an excursion to Egypt's Giza Pyramids. Kosen and Amge were invited by the Egyptian Tourism Promotion Board as part of a campaign which aims to revive the country's struggling tourism industry. Kosen, 35, who is of Kurdish

Mourinho mocks himself ‘the monster that kills kids’ as he reassures Rashford

Jose Mourinho mocked himself "the monster that kills kids" as he insisted Marcus Rashford remains a crucial member of Manchester United's side after Alexis Sanchez's arrival. Mourinho's attacking riches now include star forward Sanchez after the Chile international swapped Arsenal for Premier League rivals United last week. The signing of Sanchez has raised

Eto’o swaps Antalyaspor for Konyaspor

Samuel Eto'o is set to complete a move from Antalyaspor to their Super Lig relegation rivals Konyaspor. Eto'o scored 44 league goals in his two-and-a-half year spell at Antalyaspor but will be presented by Konyaspor following a signing ceremony on Wednesday. The former Barcelona and Cameroon striker landed at Konya Airport late on Tuesday and

2019: NGOs back Buhari as Obasanjo’s coalition lands

All seems set for the unveiling today of former President Olusegun Obasanjo’s Coalition for Nigeria Movement (CN). Obasanjo broke the news of the coalition in a long “special statement” in which he lashed the President Muhammau Buhari administration.Today’s event may have ignited a new wave of support for President Buhari,