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January 29, 2022 09:04 UTC
Friends of aphrodisiac seller, Hauwa Saidu aka Jaruma hailed her with chants of ‘Next President of Nigeria’ while she returned with ‘Odeshi’ in excitement after she was granted bail by an Abuja court on Friday. Jaruma faces counts of defamation of character, criminal intimidation, injurious falsehood, publishing falsehood to incite the public to hate Ned Nwoko, her erstwhile business partner, Regina Daniels’ husband. All rights reserved. This material, and other digital content on this website, may not be reproduced, published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed in whole or in part without prior express written permission from PUNCH. Contact: [email protected]
January 29, 2022 07:59 UTC
The world is a flux, ever-moving, ever-changing, we are not where we were 300 years ago. This week on WhatsApp Conversation, we imagine what the world would be in 300 years. In 300 years, it will be incredible to see what the world will be like. Tosin AwoniyiIn the next 300 years, I think the world would have advanced in technology, how? In the next 300 years, the dynamics are going to be even crazier, the world will become relatively smaller with depletion of natural resources and an explosion of human resources.
January 29, 2022 05:02 UTC
Citing the varied global responses to the emergence of the of the Omicron variant of COVID-19, WHO has reiterated that restrictions on travel are not effective in suppressing the international spread. In line with UNWTO’s recurring warning against the use of blanket restrictions, the 10th meeting of the WHO’s International Health Regulations Emergency Committee (Geneva, 19 January) expressed concern that such measures can cause economic and social harm. They may also “discourage transparent and rapid reporting of emerging Variants of Concern,” the WHO added. “It is imperative we restart tourism and so kick start recovery and get back on track towards meeting the SDGs while responding to Climate Imperatives,” Mr Pololikashvili adds. “UNWTO welcomes WHO’s new guidance, highlighting the ineffectiveness of blanket travel restrictions, and we also amplify their recommendations against using vaccination status as the sole condition for welcoming tourists back, especially when vaccination rates remain so uneven.”
January 29, 2022 04:34 UTC
The Bayelsa government has promised to provide psychological and sundry support to a 14-year-old girl impregnated by her father. Mrs Dise Ogbise, Coordinator, Gender Response Initiative Team (GRIT) in the state, told the News Agency of Nigeria in Yenagoa, on Friday, that some members of the public reported the case. She alleged that the 38-year old man, residing at PDP Road, Yenagoa, had been sexually abusing his own daughter since she was seven. The coordinator applauded the neighbour who gave GRIT the tip, adding that the man had been violating his daughter and things got worse when the victim’s mother died a few years ago. Ogbise gave the assurance that GRIT was committed to protecting the rights of the girl child.
January 29, 2022 02:35 UTC
Bauchi State Commissioner for Finance and Economic Development, Modibbo Ahmed Abdulkadir has declared that his Ministry is fully committed to blocking leakages in financial management and revenue generation for the execution of developmental projects. The Commissioner made the declaration at the ongoing three-day Public Financial Management Capacity Workshop for top Bauchi state government officials organized by the office of the Head of Civil Service in collaboration with USAID Nigeria State Accountability, Transparency and Effectiveness (State2State) Activity. While declaring the workshop opened, Bauchi state Head of Civil Service, Alhaji Yahuza Haruna reiterated the commitment of his office towards entrenching public financial management in the State Civil Service. He also said that, “I welcome our participants to this very important workshop organized for the top government officials of Bauchi state and taking place here in Jose,Plateau State”. YOU SHOULD NOT MISS THESE HEADLINES FROM NIGERIAN TRIBUNEBuhari Urges MTN For Quality Service, Downward Price Review In Cost Of Data, Other Services Rulers WorldPresident Muhammadu Buhari Friday at State House Abuja urged the MTN Group to make the available top-of-the-range service to its Nigerian subscribers… Bauchi Finance Commissioner pledges commitment to blocking leakages in financial management, judicious utilization of revenue for development Bauchi Finance Commissioner pledges commitment to blocking leakages in financial management, judicious utilization of revenue for development Bauchi Finance Commissioner pledges commitment to blocking leakages in financial management, judicious utilization of revenue for development Bauchi Finance Commissioner pledges commitment to blocking leakages in financial management, judicious utilization of revenue for development.
January 28, 2022 22:02 UTC
International music executive, Jada Pollock, on Friday revealed that she found it degrading to be referred to as a baby mama to popular Nigerian singer, Wizkid. The American-born music executive became popular in the Nigerian space after she welcomed her child, Zion, with Wizkid in 2017. Zion is Wizkid’s third child and that earned Pollock the nomenclature of ‘Wizkid’s third baby mama.’Pollock, who had once managed American superstar, Chris Brown, also doubles as Wizkid’s manager, asides his main manager, Sunday Are. Speaking about this, the mother-of-one noted that she found it discriminating to be referred to as a baby mama rather than a music executive. It’s so degrading and discriminating when I’m referred to as Wizkid’s third baby mother before addressing me professionally by my name.
January 28, 2022 12:27 UTC
Nigeria on Thursday recorded 87 new coronavirus infections across nine states of the federation and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT). BreakdownThe breakdown of the NCDC data shows that Lagos State, the epicentre of the disease, reported 25 new cases, followed by Rivers, with 16 cases. FCT also reported 15 cases, while Delta and Edo State in the South-south reported nine and seven cases respectively. Also, Gombe State reported five cases, followed by Nasarawa and Bauchi states with four and three cases respectively. The trio of Kano, Oyo and Borno states reported a single case each.
January 28, 2022 12:03 UTC
Devastating floods that hit Malaysia in recent weeks caused about $1.4 billion in losses, with widespread damage to homes, businesses and factories, the country’s statistics department said on Friday. Heavy monsoon rains triggered the country’s worst flooding in years from mid-December to early January, with about 50 people killed and 125,000 forced from their homes. The disaster caused losses amounting to 6.1 billion ringgit ($1.45 billion), the government’s statistics department said in a report. About half of those losses occurred in Selangor, Malaysia’s wealthiest and most populous state, which encircles the capital Kuala Lumpur. Damage to public assets and infrastructure accounted for two billion ringgit in losses, while homes and businesses represented 1.6 billion ringgit and 0.5 billion ringgit of the total, respectively.
January 28, 2022 11:42 UTC
The Segun Oni Campaign Organisation has rejected the results of the Peoples Democratic Party governorship primary election held on Wednesday in Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti State. A statement signed by Mr Yemi Arokodare, the Director-General of the Organisation, on Thursday in Ado-Ekiti, alleged that members of the organisation were disenchanted by the process. Arokodare alleged that the delegates’ register was mutilated and many delegates’ names were missing from the register. According to him, Udom allowed aides of Fayose to sit in the hall purposely to intimidate other delegates. Arokodare alleged further that Ayo Fayose was the chairman of Udom election committee in Akwa Ibom and that the January 26 PDP primary election was a payback for Ayo Fayose.
January 28, 2022 08:57 UTC
The Supreme Court on Thursday in Abuja fixed April 22 for judgment in an appeal filed by a former Federal Director of Pension, John Yusuf, challenging his six years imprisonment by the Court of Appeal. The former pension director is also contesting an order of the Court of Appeal, (Abuja Division), that he should refund to the Federal Government N22.9bn he admitted to have diverted for personal use. His admission of guilt at the High Court followed a three-count criminal charges bothering on breach of trust, diversion of N32.8 bn pension fund among others, brought against him by the government. However upon an appeal by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, the Court of Appeal on March 21, 2018 reversed the High Court judgment. However, in his appeal at the Supreme Court, Yusuf who is currently serving six years jail term at Kuje Correctional Centre argued that the Court of Appeal in Abuja was too harsh in its judgment against him.
January 28, 2022 08:47 UTC
PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday said the economic policies of his government are achieving good result. According to Buhari, “In the past two weeks, I was in Ogun and Kaduna states where I commissioned projects. Buhari said the responsibility of growing the economy rested squarely on the shoulders of both the public and private sectors. The president called on building material manufacturers to do all in their power to bring down the prices of the items. The event was attended by the cream of the society, including Sokoto State governor, Aminu Tambuwal; Kano State governor, Abdullahi Ganduje; Kebbi State governor, Abubakar Atiku Bagudu and Kwara State governor, Abdulrazak Abdulrahaman.
January 28, 2022 07:15 UTC
Escalating tensions over Ukraine are increasing the risk that nuclear weapons could be used, putting the world in dire jeopardy, the head of the Nobel prize-winning group ICAN told AFP. The world’s two largest nuclear weapons powers are locked in a stand-off over a Russian troop build-up near the border with Ukraine, amid fears of a looming invasion. “We’ve seen voices from Belarus talking about wanting to station Russian nuclear weapons there, which I think is an extremely dangerous situation,” she said. She pointed in particular to how a number of banks and pension funds are pulling out their investments in companies that produce nuclear weapons. This “shows how close we are to the use of nuclear weapons”, she said.
January 28, 2022 07:00 UTC
The President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd. ), has directed the military and other security services to deal decisively with any person or group undermining efforts at achieving sustainable peace, security and stability in the country. This is as he assured that the country will ultimately defeat the forces of evil. “I gave them specific orders not to spare any bandit or terrorist threatening the lives and property of innocent Nigerians,” Buhari was quoted as saying. Buhari wrote in the visitors’ register, “My condolences to the Sultanate, the government, and people of Sokoto State over the recent mindless killings by bandits and terrorists.
January 28, 2022 04:17 UTC
• Exercise fair, credible, Oyebanji declares• Police intercept 12 more hoodlums in EkitiIt seems time to seal the crack in All Progressives Congress (APC) in Ekiti is not now, as yesterday’s party primary in the state ended in chaos. Seven aspirants boycotted the primary, alleging fraud and manipulation, claiming that the process had been hijacked to favour the alleged anointed candidate of Governor Kayode Fayemi. The aggrieved aspirants, in a statement, in Ado-Ekiti, described the primary as a sham, urging the party’s leadership to cancel the exercise. MEANWHILE, the police in Ekiti State have intercepted an 18-seater bus conveying 12-armed men, suspected to be errand boys for politicians, a few hours to the primary. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that interception came barely 24-hours after the command announced the arrest of 105 suspected party thugs by soldiers, on the eve of PDP primaries in Osun/Ekiti border towns.
January 28, 2022 04:05 UTC