A security guard, Ndubusi Kalu, has been arrested after he allegedly stabbed his friend over N200 in Ogun State.
The duo reportedly had a misunderstanding over the deceased, Simeon Chidi’s refusal to provide the said amount as contribution to buy an electric fuse.
According to reports, Chidi and Kalu were so close that they cooked and ate together and were preparing a breakfast on Saturday when a disagreement broke out between them over a faulty fuse. Continue reading
Ponzi Scheme, MMM Nigeria has asked its members to vigorously promote the scheme as it prepares to resume operations.
The scheme had frozen accounts of participants in December and had promised to resume in January.
It asked participants to perform “Promo Tasks: A New Tool for MMM Community Development”. Continue reading
Police officers in Lagos have arrested a woman identified as Mama Emeka, for allegedly burning her step-sister with a hot iron.
Although the incident occurred on Christmas Day at 36, Fadeyi Street, Olowora, the suspect was reportedly arrested on Tuesday following the intervention of the Lagos State Domestic and Sexual Violence team in collaboration with the Ministry of Youth and Social Development. Continue reading
British Airways cabin crew has decided to embark on a 48-hour strike from January 10, 2017. The strike is as a result of an ongoing pay dispute.
The decision to embark on a strike came after union members voted by 7 to 1 to reject a pay offer from the airline.
According to Premium Times, the crew had earlier called off the strike planned for Christmas Day and Boxing Day in order to allow for talks at the British conciliation service Acas. Continue reading
The Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, has warned that the continued detention of its leader, Nnamdi Kanu will spell doom for Nigeria.
The group threatened that Nigeria will continue to boil if Kanu is not freed.
This is also as the group claimed that more damning videos would soon be removed to nail some former military leaders. Continue reading