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US President Donald Trump challenges Secretary Rex Tillerson to IQ test

Donald Trump’s feud with top diplomat Rex Tillerson burst back into the open Tuesday, with the US president suggesting he and his Secretary of State compare IQ scores.

World’s richest woman Liliane Bettencourt dies aged 94

L'Oreal heiress Liliane Bettencourt, the world's richest woman whose old age was clouded by dementia, has died at the age of 94, her family said Thursday.

McGregor to overtake Ronaldo in Forbes list after earning £77m against Mayweather

UFC lightweight champion, Conor McGregor, will rise above Cristiano Ronaldo in the latest Forbes rich list for athletes, after earning over £77m in his knockout defeat against Floyd Mayweather.

Mark Wahlberg named world’s top paid actor

Rapper-turned-actor Mark Wahlberg was named the world’s highest paid actor on Tuesday, earning an estimated $68 million before taxes over the past 12 months.

Dangote wants to buy Arsenal, sack Wenger

Africa's richest man says he is plotting a bid to take over Arsenal -- and that his first move as owner would be to fire Arsene Wenger.

Israeli police arrest tycoon, others in bribery, fraud sting

Israeli police say a prominent billionaire businessman and four other suspects were taken into custody on a battery of charges, including money laundering, obstruction of justice and bribery.

Uhuru Kenyatta: heir to a fortune and a political dynasty

Uhuru Kenyatta, who won a second and final term in a disputed election on Friday, is the son of Kenya's founding president and a man who epitomises the country's elite.

Court jails Brazilian judge to 8 years in prison for driving confiscated Porsche

A federal court in Rio de Janeiro sentenced a Brazilian judge to eight years imprisonment on Tuesday for driving confiscated luxury vehicles, local media reported.

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Kano settles N2 billion tuition fees for foreign students

Kano State Government has settled over N2 billion outstanding fees of its students in El-Razi University in Sudan.
The Port Harcourt’s Zonal Office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, on Friday, July 5, 2019 secured final forfeiture of 244 (Two Hundred and Forty Four) vehicles and petroleum products contained in each of the vehicles.

EFCC seeks DPR’s support on disposal of forfeited petroleum products

Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) is seeking the support and technical expertise of the Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) in the disposal of petroleum products forfeited to the Federal Government.
Chile’s Gary Medel and Argentina’s Lionel Messi are both shown the red card by the referee Mario Díaz de Vivar. Ueslei Marcelino-Reuters

Copa America: Lionel Messi gets one-match ban, fined $1,500 for red card, comments

Argentina captain Lionel Messi has been suspended for one match and fined $1,500 by the South American football governing body, CONMEBOL for his red and comments during La Albiceste’s 2-1 win against Chile in the Third-Place match of 2019 Copa America in Brazil earlier this month.

Federal government gives conditions for electricity tariff hike

The Ministry of Power, Works and Housing has said an increase in electricity tariff can only be justified by widespread provision of meters and improved service delivery to customers.

Man jailed for diverting N13 million pension fund in Enugu

Justice K. I. Okpe of the Enugu State High Court has sentenced one Akpudili Anayo to six years in prison for the diversion of N13m meant for the payment of pension and salaries in the state.