This time it’s official! Microsoft Corp. co-founder Bill Gates overtook Amazon.com Inc.’s Jeff Bezos as the world’s richest person on Friday, reclaiming the top ranking for the first time in more than two years. Gates may have been helped in part...
Zambian authorities have arrested the president’s former press aide for corruption. Amos Chanda, who had been the special assistant to President Edgar Lungu for press and public relations since 2015, resigned from the post in June. READ ALSO: Buhari sacks Osinbajo’s...
39 migrants, locked inside a bitterly cold and airless shipping container, never stood a chance as their cries for help fading away with no one to hear them. Police in England have opened a murder investigation after 39 dead bodies...
Nigerians’ evacuation begins Wednesday, South Africans insist foreigners must leave There were fresh protests in eastern Johannesburg  on Sunday, with the protesters  demanding that  “foreigners must go back to where they came from.” During the fresh attacks, one person died, while...
The World Bank has blacklisted six Chinese companies currently operating in Nigeria over alleged fraud and corruption. The companies, according to an announcement published on the World Bank’s website, are CCECC Nigeria Railway Company Limited, CRCC Petroleum and Gas Company...
Nigerians have dragged Forbes and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar over, serial entrepreneur Obinwanne Okeke who was arrested by the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) over conspiracy to commit fraud of over $12 million. Forbes...
A Nigerian man pictured below was hit by a car while trying to run from immigration officers in Tangerang, Indonesia. He has since died. His family members are yet to be identified. May his soul R.I.P.Amen!
A huge blaze erupted at a Philadelphia oil refinery early Friday, sending a fireball into the sky and forcing residents to stay off nearby roads, local media and officials said. Footage on the East Coast city’s NBC affiliate station showed...
Death toll from the fire that razed a gas lighter factory in Indonesia’s North Sumatra city of Binjai on Friday has increased to at least 30, local TV reported. “At least 30 people, 27 adults, and three children were killed...
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg did not knowingly violate an agreement with the regulator supervising the company’s management of users’ personal data, the social media giant said Wednesday as it addressed an issue that has been under federal investigation for...