Become payment facilitator, Fulfilment facilitator and earn up to $1,000 daily with the Black Wall Street programs to redefine African commerce from colonial past

The Black Wall Street has unleashed two programs to redefine African commerce from the colonial past. This is to further the Economic War to set Africa free from European invaders who structured African trade to suit their selfish interests. Colonialism had a huge impact on the lives of Africans. Economic policies were adopted by Europeans who destroyed the colonies, rather than help them. Africa was damaged economically, politically, and culturally. Africa’s traditional lifestyles and culture were destroyed. The Europeans had no interest in traditional African culture and had no concern for the Africans. There were several negative effects of colonialism that became evident after many African nations became independent. The economic structure of African society was changed by European invaders. Cash crops were

Mob set lunatic ablaze for killing five siblings in Ogun

A mob on Saturday morning lynched a mentally sick man identified as Oladele Adeola, 35, for killing five siblings, The Nation has learnt. The incident occurred around 9:30am at Asa Village in Ojaodan, a Lagos border community. It was gathered that Adeola used a cutlass to matchet the kids aged between two and five years. The children were said to belong to one Olaegbe Adeola. The children were identified as five-year-old Bolu, Johnson, Tosin, Joel and Sesan all aged two. It was learnt the kids were playing when the madman suddenly got hold of a cutlass and started matcheting them. By the time villagers knew what was happening, the kids were lying lifeless on the ground. It was gathered the sight of the lifeless children provoked villagers

Jude Okoye responds to Cynthia Morgan’s allegations

CEO of Northside Entertainment, Jude Okoye, has responded to the allegations made by singer, Cynthia Morgan, now known as Madrina. The elder brother of Peter and Paul Okoye of the defunct R&B group, P-Square, denied the allegations during an Instagram Live chat with blogger, Tunde Ednut, on Sunday. He said, “I spent almost N40 million on you. Have I ever gone to court to gain an injunction against you?. Abeg when you tell people what I did to you. Did you tell them I gave you a Range Rover, Did you tell them I gave you a house? Did you tell people how many shows you don do behind my back?” Cynthia had earlier revealed that she had lost access to her social

COVID-19: Sanwo-Olu vows to re-impose total lockdown if…

The Lagos State Government says it will not hesitate to re-impose total lockdown in the state if residents continue to violate guidelines on the easing of the COVID-19 lockdown. Gov. Babajide Sanwo-Olu made the announcement on Saturday while giving an update on the management of COVID-19 and review of the lockdown in the state. On May 4, Lagos State commenced a gradual easing of the lockdown imposed on the state as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Lagos, the economic hub of Nigeria is the city most affected by the coronavirus in the country. Sanwo-Olu said that the level of compliance with guidelines on the lockdown easing was unacceptable. He said that the compliance level for commercial

COVID-19: 160 stranded Nigerians depart U.S. for Abuja

The first batch of Nigerians stranded in the United States due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is on their way back home. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that 160 Nigerians, including eight infants, made the first batch of evacuees. They are returning aboard an Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 787 aircraft under the special flight arrangements by the Federal Government for nationals stranded abroad. In line with the government’s pre-departure infection prevention control guidelines, temperature checks were conducted on the passengers by a special medical team. The plane departed the Newark International Airport, New Jersey, on Saturday around 8:20 p.m. local time (1:20 a.m. in Nigeria on Sunday). It is expected to arrive at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, around noon on Sunday. On arrival,

Our inauguration legal, valid – Ogun PDP chairman

The new chairman of the Ogun State chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Honourable Samson Bamgbose, has said the inauguration of the new State Executive Committee last Friday complied with the laws of the land and therefore valid. Bambgose, who said this on Sunday, was reacting to a statement credited to Prince Uche Secondus and Senator Umaru Tsauri, National Chairman and National Secretary of the PDP respectively, dissociating the National Working Committee (NWC) of the party from the newly inaugurated state executive committee in Ogun State. But Bamgbose, in a statement, noted that while the position of the NWC was not unexpected, “it is disturbing that our leaders in this great party still do not understand (or just don’t care) that all

Nigeria confirms 239 new cases of COVID-19 as total hits 4,151

On the 9th of May 2020, 239 new confirmed cases and 11 deaths were recorded in Nigeria, according to a report by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC). The new cases have raised the total number of confirmed cases in the country to 4,151. According to NCDC, 239 people tested positive out of 1,180 samples collected. Nigeria has 23,835 samples tested in its ongoing campaign against the deadly COVID-19, which is far less than Ghana and South Africa that have conducted over 100,000 and close to 200,000 testings so far, with South Africa increasing its daily tests to more than 10,000 a day. NCDC while announcing the new cases on its verified Twitter handle on Saturday night, stated that no new state has

Nigeria records 381 new cases of COVID-19, 183 in Lagos: total confirmed now 3,526

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Nigeria has recorded 381 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number of confirmed cases in the country to 3526. This was announced by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control, NCDC on Thursday via its verified Twitter handle. The 381 new cases are the highest Nigeria has ever recorded in 24 hours since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic in the country. Nigeria has 22,492 samples tested in its ongoing campaign against the deadly COVID-19, which is far less than Ghana and South Africa that have conducted over 100,000 and close to 200,000 testings so far, with South Africa increasing its daily tests to more than 10,000 a day. This latest update as of May 7 by NCDC shows that Lagos has the highest

Covidiot cuts hole in face mask to make it ‘easier to breathe’

Footage posted on TikTok showed a gas station clerk stunned to see the woman enter the convenience store with her face mask slashed to expose her nose and mouth. “Where did you get that mask from?” he asked the woman as she approached the counter. “Well, since we have to wear them and it makes it hard to breathe, this makes it a lot easier to breathe,” she replied. Joking, the bemused clerk responded, “Cutting it? Yeah, I’ll do that too, thanks for the advice.” The footage, which has received more than 796,000 likes since Friday, comes after Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear announced that shoppers will be requested to wear masks while in public starting May 11. “While it’s gonna seem strange and is probably