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Call For A #NoToSocialMediaBillRally and Protest to the National Assembly

After an Emergency meeting of Social Media Influencers, Publishers and On Air Personalities which included the world renowned #BringBackOurGirls activist Aisha Yesufu, Social Media Personality Mr Mukhtar Dan’Iyan also popularly known as @MrAyeDee, The Founder and Ordinary President of the Radio Magazine talk show Brekete Family Dr Ahmad Isa, Publisher of Breakingtimes Anthony Ehilebo, Mr […]


I don’t make jokes. I just watch the government and report the facts.  Will Rogers   I take this oath this day 27th of November 2015 that everything I will pen down here will be the truth and nothing but the truth. So help me God. The day was Friday, and I had just left my […]

BUHARI MAGIC| Oil Buyers Reject Nigerian Crude

Data obtained from global energy information providers, revealed that Nigeria is currently recording supply glut in the sales of its crude, as buyers seem to prefer other competing grades from other countries. Analysts are of the view that unless an improvement is recorded in the days and weeks ahead, the Nigerian economy would be plunged […]

FLASH| Nigerian Youths Dominate The Unemployed Market

The latest Unemployment and Underemployment Watch report published by the National Bureau of Statistics, NBS, at the weekend showed that youths between the ages of 15 and 24 had 17.8 per cent of their population out of employment as the third quarter of this year while those in the ages between 25 and 34 also […]

FLASH| US And ISIS Are Working Together – Ali Khamenei Tells Buhari

Ali Khamenei, the dictator of the Islamic Republic of Iran, claimed in a meeting with the President of Nigeria on Monday that the United States is assisting the Islamic State terror group. Khamenei, whose Shiite theocracy opposes the Sunni Islamic State, said the “Americans and some reactionary governments in the region are directly helping ISIS […]

ECONOMIC WOES| Nigerian Stocks Fall As Ministers Set To Start Work In 2016

Nigerian shares fell for the sixth session on Monday as the absence of new policies to tackle an economic crisis facing Africa’s biggest economy continued to unnerve markets nearly two-weeks after ministers were sworn in, traders say. The stock market, which has the second-biggest weighting after Kuwait on the MSCI frontier market index, shed 1.02 […]