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As Facebook stock plunged over 20 per cent in after-hours trading on Wednesday following a disappointing earnings report, CEO Mark Zuckerberg lost $17.6bn in net worth.
A Nigerian-British male fashion model, Harry Uzoka, has been stabbed to death near his home in what is believed to be a robbery which went wrong.
Dr Osazuwa Innocent, a Medical Officer with Benin-based Calvary Estate Hospital, Edo, says sore throat can lead to other complications in human body, if not treated immediately.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will on Thursday begin trying to sell her Brexit deal to parliament, boosted by news that Europe is preparing a rapid summit to sign off on the agreement.
The Federal Operations Unit Zone C of the Nigeria Customs Service on Wednesday intercepted a truck loaded with military wears, arms and ammunition.
Tanzania’s second-biggest donor Denmark said it would withhold 10 million dollars worth of aid funds, citing concerns over human rights abuses and “unacceptable homophobic comments’’ made by a government official.
The Buhari/Masari Agenda 2019, a Katsina-based political association, has commenced tour of the 34 local government areas in the state to sensitise the electorate on the importance of possessing permanent voter cards and re-election of President Muhammadu Buhari and Gov. Aminu Masari in the 2019 general elections.
A witness told the Federal High Court in Katsina Tuesday of how about N5.7 billion Subsidy Reinvestment and Empowerment Programme (SURE-P) funds went down the drain.
The lawmaker representing Ogun-East Senatorial District at the National Assembly, Senator Buruji Kashamu, has advised the leadership of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) to respect and obey the party’s constitution and toe the path of the rule of law to once again win the hearts of Nigerians.
The Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC) said it saved about N949.6 billion depositors’ funds in failed Skye Bank.
The Sagamu-Lagos end of the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway reconstruction will be completed by 2021, the contractor, Julius Berger, has said.
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) said it has discovered why African universities could not be found in the list of global best institutions.