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Motorcyclist arraigned in Ondo State for snatching his colleague’s wallet on motion

Oyinbo Oghenetega, a 31-year-old commercial motorcyclist today appeared in an Okitipupa Chief Magistrates’ Court in Ondo State over alleged snatching of wallet containing N3,000 and ATM card.   The accused is facing a two-count charge of felony and stealing. The prosecutor, Police Insp. Ayodeji Omoyeigha, told the court that the alleged wallet-snatcher and another

Jose Mourinho promises to control and respect himself when Manchester United take on his former club Chelsea on Saturday

Jose Mourinho has promised to control and respect himself when Manchester United take on his former club Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Saturday. The Portuguese coach made the statement while addressing journalists at a press conference this afternoon. According to him, if his side pulls off a shock win against his old club, Chelsea, he wouldn't rub it in

2019: Why Women Matter Matters By Emmanuel Onwubiko

Few hours back, I strolled into one of the key offices under the office of the president of the federal republic of Nigeria with a singular matter for constructive dialogue with a friend who is a senior aide of President Muhammadu Buhari. My concern was on the observed lack of observation

Facebook hires Nick Clegg as head of global affairs

Facebook has hired Sir Nick Clegg, the former UK deputy prime minister, as its head of global policy and communications. Clegg, 51, will join Facebook as it struggles to cope with mounting political pressure over issues including fake news, data protection and the threat of government regulation. The former head of the

21-year-old man accused of murdering and raping a Bulgarian journalist says ‘I cannot believe I did it’ (Photos)

A young man accused of murdering and raping Bulgarian TV journalist, Viktoria Marinova, has admitted to killing her but says he did not mean to do it as he made his first appearance in a Bulgarian court today. The suspect, Severin Krasimirov, 21, was arrested in Germany and extradited to Bulgaria. He arrived at Sofia Airport yesterday to face charges

Anambra Government bans religious bodies from using schools to conduct religious services across the state

The Anambra State Government has banned religious bodies from using either public schools or its facilities to conduct religious services across the state.   The state Commissioner for Information and Public Enlightenment, Don Adinuba announced the ban in Onitsha saying it became imperative because of the ongoing seeming ownership tussle of Bishop Crowder Memorial School,