A pastor who dismissed the threat of coronavirus and discouraged mask wearing has end up in intensive care with Covid-19.Read More »
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The bill to surgically castrate convicted child rapist has been signed into law in Nigeria’s north-western Kaduna state.Read More »
It is no longer news that talks have reached advanced stage between the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) and its kit-sponsor NIKE on the design of the country’s 2020-21 home and away kits.Read More »
The process to make Barbados a republic by removing Queen Elizabeth II as its head of state has begun with a date set for November next year according to prime minister Mia Mottley.Read More »
Producers of the first Nigerian movie about lesbian relationships are in a face-off with Nollywood regulators and risk imprisonment should they go ahead to release the movie against warnings from authorities.Read More »
The UK media regulator, Ofcom will not investigate the controversial Black Lives Matter-inspired dance routine by Diversity on Britain’s Got Talent TV show.Read More »
The Nigerian government has inaugurated a Ministerial Committee on Covid-19 herbal remedies and natural compounds in a bid to find indigenous cure for Covid-19.
Minister of Science and Technology, Dr. Ogbonnaya Onu while inaugurating the committee, stated that the Committee became imperative because Covid-19 remains a threat to the health and well-being of Nigerians and the national economy and reiterated an urgent need to develop a home-grown remedy and vaccine to tackle the virus.
Following consultation with club captains, the Premier League decided to drop the Black Lives Matter slogan on their shirts, replacing it with the league’s own anti-racism campaign, No Room for Racism.Read More »
A 21-year-old Nigerian Aberdeen university student has agreed a seven figure book deal with a US based publisher, Macmillan to publish a pair of novels including her debut which tackles institutionalized racism.Read More »
Ghanaians on social media have expressed disdain towards the Chiefs and people of Kwahu Abetifi for enstooling a Chinese man as a local ‘Development Chief’.
Sun Qiang was enstooled as a development chief (Nkosuohene) of Kwahu-Abetifi, a town in the Eastern Region of Ghana.