Breaking News In Nigeria This Afternoon – Thursday – May 11 – 2023


President Buhari Seeks Senate Approval For $800M World Bank Loan

Atiku Abubakar Arrives Court Over Election Petitions Tribunal (Photos)

The PDP Presidential Candidate in the just concluded General Election, Atiku Abubakar, has arrived at the Court of Appeal in Abuja – Venue of the Election Petitions Tribunal Sittings. The PEPT is today, expected to hear his application for live coverage of the CONT!NUE READ!NG

EFCC Arrests Yahoo Boy At His Luxury Hotel In Delta State Over $268,000 Fraud (Photos)

Operatives of the Benin Zonal Commander of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission have arrested Precious Ojo, aka obago, a suspected internet fraudster in Oghara, Delta State. The 26-year-old was arrested following a petition received from CONT!NUE READ!NG

Couple Dies In Sokoto Auto Crash (Photos)

A Nigerian police officer, Anas Bello Bungundu and his wife, Hassana Musa Yusuf, have died in an auto crash. It was gathered that the accident occurred on CONT!NUE READ!NG

BVN Remains For Life, Doesn’t Expire – CBN

BVN Remains For Life, Doesn't Expire - CBN

The BVN issued in Nigeria has no expiry date. Once a customer’s biometrics have been captured and enrolled in the Nigeria Inter-Bank Settlement System (NIBSS) database, the BVN remains for CONT!NUE READ!NG

Falz Undergoes Knee Surgery In United Kingdom (Photos, Video)

Nigerian rapper, songwriter and activist, Folarin Falana better known as Falz has undergone knee surgery. In a video posted on his Instagram page, the singer revealed that he sustained a knee injury last year while playing football and CONT!NUE READ!NG

Burna Boy Snubs Arise TV Team At Met Gala (Photos, Video)

Nigerian superstar, Burna Boy made it to the frontlines of blogs again over his Met Gala experience. A video captured the moment when an Arise TV reporter tried to interview him on the red carpet, but his attention was called from inside, and he could not spare a second for CONT!NUE READ!NG

Court Stops NBC From Imposing Fines On Broadcast Stations

Court Stops NBC From Imposing Fines On Broadcast Stations

Justice Omotosho was of the view that NBC, not being a court of law, lacked the power to impose sanctions as punishment on alleged erring broadcast stations. The judge held that the NBC Code, on which the commission relies to impose sanctions, is in conflict with Section 6 of the Constitution which vested judicial power in the CONT!NUE READ!NG


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