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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...
Review ties with S’Africa House of Representatives have called on the Federal Government to review its bilateral relations with South Africa, especially in the areas of business and security. The lawmakers particularly condemned the killing of  Elizabeth Obianuju-Ndubuisi, a Deputy...
Arowolo Emmanuel and Rosemary Chukwuma on Tuesday won the 100m events for men and women at the National Open Trials organised by the Athletics Federation of Nigeria for the 12th African Games scheduled for Rabat, Morocco. Emmanuel won in 10.43secs while...
England Coach Phil Neville was left furious with Cameroon for the way they conducted themselves during the 3-0 triumph in the Women’s World Cup round of 16, MySportDab reports. This should have been a match where Neville praised his players...
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!
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...
1 dead and 3 injured at the process of jumping from a condo in malaysia as immigration raid Nigerians and othe nationals at the city of kajang and puchong over illegal stay of foreigners
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...
According to Blogger Blessing Okoro, China-based businessman, Onye Eze has been arrested. The Police allegedly ordered his arrest after publicly humiliating the blogger for claiming ownership of his duplex in Enugu. Onye Eze
A bank account containing £211m (approximately N82bn) has been traced to a former Nigerian military dictator, General Sani Abacha. The money was recovered and subsequently confiscated in Jersey, Channel Islands, on the request of the United States of America Government. Late...