Ayo Balogun, popularly called Wizkid, has been sharing videos of his third son, Zion on his social media pages.
Wizkid, who hinted that he would be releasing a new single on Friday shared two videos of his baby son, off his Instagram and Snapchat pages, on his Twitter handle, @wizkidayo.
A Bayelsa State High Court VII sitting in Yenagoa on Friday sentenced a corporal, Vincent Olama, to death by hanging for extrajudicial killing.
In his judgment, Justice Nayai Aganaba, said Mr Olama was found guilty of killing of a 17 -year-old, Innocent Kokorifa, in Okaka, Yenagoa, on August 18 [...]
A group, the South-South Chiefs, Elders and Opinion Leaders Association of Nigeria, has urged the Federal Government to establish rehabilitation centres for ex-agitators in order to hasten their full reintegration into society.
The chairman of the group, Chief Omubo Harry, made the call when he [...]
The African Students Education Support Initiative, ASESI, a non-governmental organisation, has called on the Federal Government to declare state of emergency in the education sector.
The organisation also announced its plans to “sponsor and support the Internally Displaced Children, IDC, [...]
Former Big Brother Africa star, Uti Nwachukwu, has claimed he was merely joking when he begged American superstar, Taraji Henson, popularly known as Cookie of Empire, for help online.
The appeal which drew the anger of many Nigerians, may have pushed the TV star to come clean.
In Commemoration the International Day of Peace, the United Network of Youth for Peace and Diplomacy, UNYPD, in collaboration with IBI Foundation, has called on government at all levels to protect human rights of citizens.
The call was made at a public lecture on human rights with the theme; &l [...]
Right group under the auspices of Nigerian Young Professionals Forum, NYPF and Connected Development CODE, have called for the immediate probe and sanction of Lagos Deep Offshore Logistics, LADOL and Samsung Heavy Industry SHI, as an effort to protect Nigeria from further exploitation.
In a sta [...]
The executive secretary, Nigerian Christian Pilgrim Commission, NCPC, Rev Tor Uja, has called on the federal government to review the minimum wage with preference to teachers, stating they are the bedrock of every society.
While receiving a delegation of the National Association of Christian Re [...]
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