• Hate speech, inciting comments attract N5 million fine — Lai Mohammed

    Hate speech, inciting comments attract N5 million fine — Lai Mohammed0

    Broadcast stations in Nigeria that air hate speech and inciting comments will attract N5 million fine. The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, said this on Thursday while inaugurating the 7-man Implementation Reforms Committee of the National Broadcasting Commission, NBC, towards repositioning the broadcast industrious. The reforms are part of the recommendations of

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  • Boy murders sister to make mum suffer

    Boy murders sister to make mum suffer0

    A boy has murdered his sister just to make his mother suffer, the Daily mail has reported. “So, how can she say she still loves him and visit him in jail? PIERS MORGAN meets a psychopath (through reinforced glass) as clever as he is twisted”. /Daily mail with Newspad

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  • Lagosians protest alleged desecration of shrine

    Lagosians protest alleged desecration of shrine0

    Lagosians yesterday protested the alleged desecration of their ancestral shrine at Ejigbo town in Lagos State. The enclosed premises of the shrine was sealed up on Wednesday by the Council persons acting at the behest at the Chairman of Ejigbo Local Government Development Area, Monsurudeen Oloyede Bello over alleged dispute ahead of the festival. The

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  • PHOTO SPEAK

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    A YOUNG GIRL WALKING BESIDE A NURSING MOTHER STRAPPED WITH HER TWINS BABY FINDING HER WAY THROUGH THE FLOODED EBO STREET JUNCTION BY USELU LAGOS ROAD ROAD AFTER SCHOOL ON THURSDAY EVENINGREAD MORE
  • BREAKING: Ahmed Lawan emerges new Senate President

    BREAKING: Ahmed Lawan emerges new Senate President0

    Ahmed Lawan has been elected the Senate President of the 9th Senate, as he defeated his contestant, Senator Ali Ndume. At the end of counting, Lawan polled 79 votes to defeat Ndume, who scored 28 votes. Details later…

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  • Archbishop who asked Pope Francis to resign speaks from hiding

    Archbishop who asked Pope Francis to resign speaks from hiding0

    In the instant he became one of the most controversial figures in modern Catholic Church history, Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò went dark. The retired Vatican ambassador to Washington wrote a bombshell letter last summer calling on Pope Francis to resign on the grounds that he had tolerated a known sexual abuser. As that letter was

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