Monthly Archives: April 2019

3rd Student Involved In Sex Romp Dies, As Police Say They Discovered Indian Hemp & Tramadol From The Scene

WThe Police Command in Owerri, Imo State, have released an official statement over the two male student corpses they recovered, they also recovered Tramadol tablets and Indian hemp from the scene of what appeared to be a group sex at a student lodge. The Command said it also rescued two unconscious persons, a man and a young lady, from the

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Yoruba’s Respond To Ooni’s Comment, About The Igbo Race!

Why is Ooni’s comment upsetting many Yoruba’s The truth is bitter, as the saying goes, and those that tell it, equally, do not make many friends too. But people of integrity and indepth understanding, tell it anyway, and damn the consequences. In this case, a well-respected traditional ruler of one of the three major ethnic groups in Nigeria, made an

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Breakdown: Staggering Amount Of Money Sent Back Home As Remittances By Africans Abroad

WakeUpAfrica analysis of World Bank data shows that a staggering $41 Billion was sent to sub-Saharan Africa, as remittances in 2017. This figure represents a 10% jump in remittances from the previous year, the largest annual growth for any world region. The increase follows a decline in remittances to sub-Saharan Africa in 2016, when the region saw a 9% decrease

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Benefits Of De-radicalization, Ex Boko Haram Members Vow To Expose The Sect

An ex-member of the Boko Haram sect Bappah Mura, who is among the repentant Boko Haram members, has promised to expose the “lies” of the insurgent group. Mura used to be a farmer before he was recruited into the Islamic sect, but fortunately, he is one of the de-radicalized members, who have been re-integrated back into the system. Mura who

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