Jet Airways offer newborn baby free flights for life after his mother gives birth to him in mid air

JET Airways has offered a newborn baby free flights aboard its planes for the duration of his lifetime after his mother gave birth to him in midair while on an international flight between  Dammam in Saudi Arabia and Kochi in India.



Nigeria falls by five places to 119 in the Global Innovation Index as a result of socio-economic challenges

NIGERIA  has fallen by five places to 119th position in the 2017 Global Innovation Index (GII) from the 114th place she occupied  in 2016 according to the latest report as a result of certain socio-economic challenges.



Kano Sate Police Command places men on high alert and steps up protection of Igbos

MEN of the Kano State Police Command have stepped up security across the state and assured all non-residents of their safety in response to the recent ultimatum given to all Igbos living across northern Nigeria to leave the region by October 1.



Buhari refuses to meet with officials telling them to report to acting president Osinbajo

PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari has returned all recent suggestions and proposals submitted to him by government functionaries telling them to forward them to acting president Professor Yemi Osinbajo as bypassing him undermines the presidency.



Ohanaeze Ndigbo Youth Council agrees to drop Biafran agitation for Igbo president come 2019

MEMBERS of the Ohanaeze Ndigbo Youth Council (OYC) have agreed to shelve their calls for the creation of the sovereign state of Biafra if Igbos are allowed to produce Nigeria's next president in 2019.



Benue man confesses to killing his 18-month-old daughter because a voice told him that she was a witch

MAKURDI father Robinson Omeje has told a Benue State Magistrates Court that he killed his 18-month-old daughter Esther because a voice told him that she was a witch who possessed evil spirits.



Code of Conduct Tribunal dismisses all 18 charges against Bukola Saraki over unreliable evidence

SENATE president Dr Bukola Saraki secured a significant legal victory today after the Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT) in Abuja dismissed all 18 charges against him for which he is currently standing trial.



Forces opposed to EFCC chairman Magu visit Buhari in London with names of possible replacements

POLITICAL lobbyists have hatched fresh plans to get rid of the acting chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) Ibrahim Magu and have even visited President Muhammadu Buhari in London to offer him the names of possible replacements.



Mountain of Fire Ministries clergyman beaten into a stupor by suspected members of Badoo cult

MOUNTAIN of Fire and Miracles Ministries clergyman Wale Solomon is battling for his life in a Lagos Island hospital after he was allegedly attacked by armed men suspected to be members of the Badoo cult.


Apparently, the father of three was sleeping with his family in their house on Obayemi Street, Ikorodu, when the hoodlums arrived around 2am on Saturday. The men were said to have smashed a mortar on the victim’s head and injured him on different parts of his body.


Trump to unveil a five year development plan for northeast Nigeria under US anti-Boko Haram programme

PRESIDENT Donald Trump plans to unveil a five-year development plan for northeast Nigeria soon as part of a comprehensive Lake Chad Basin strategy to rebuild the area in response to the Boko Haram crisis.




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