All Nigerians Stranded in Libya Will Be Home – President Buhari

The President while speaking when he addressed Nigerians in the Diaspora, vowed to reduce the number of Nigerians heading for Europe illegally through the Sahara Desert and the Mediterranean Sea by providing basic social amenities such as education, healthcare, and food security at home. In an interactive session with members of the Nigerian Community in... Continue Reading →


Senate President, Bukola Saraki Angry With Libya Situation

Abuja: The Senate on Wednesday, called on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to invite the Libyan Ambassador to Nigeria and discuss how to end the ongoing Libyan slave trade which allegedly involves the sale of Africans, some of them of Nigerian descent, as slaves. In a motion titled: "Urgent Need to Protect Nigerian Citizens from... Continue Reading →

Robbed of His Investment Captured on CCTV

Police in New York City are on the hunt for two muggers who were captured on surveillance video stealing nearly 200,000 from an aspiring businessman from Africa. According to information released by the NYPD, the attack took place shortly after 11am on November 7 in the Morrisania section of The Bronx. Investigators say the 46-year-old... Continue Reading →

Another Sets of Fighter Pilots Graduated in Kano

Kano: The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) yesterday, 15 November 2017, graduated four fighter pilots from its 403 Flying Training School (403 FTS) Kano, in furtherance of the human capacity development efforts of the current NAF leadership. The young pilots commenced training at 403 FTS in Kano in 2016, as part of Jet Training Course 1,... Continue Reading →

Update on Multiple Suicide Bomb Attack In Maiduguri Town

Maiduguri: At about 1813hrs, four suicide bombers, two males and two females, infiltrated Muna Gari community in konduga LGA, and detonated IED strapped to their bodies at different locations. The first explosion occurred at a prayer ground, while the other explosions occurred thereafter, all within the community. A total of eighteen persons including the four... Continue Reading →

Signs of Turture in Libyan Migrant Concentration Camp

Migrants who have gone through Libyan detention centres have shown signs of severe abuse, including electric shocks, burns, lashes and even skinning, the director of health services on the Italian island of Lampedusa tells Euronews. The United Nations said this week that migrants were being detained indefinitely in Libya in “inhuman” conditions and that UN... Continue Reading →

Grace Mugabe Fled Zimbabwe

First Lady was said to be being lined up to succeed her husband as presidentGrace Mugabe, the wife of Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe, is reported to have fled the country for neighbouring Namibia. Her husband is thought to be under house arrest in the southern African country's capital, Harare, after the Zimbabwean military took control... Continue Reading →

He went Missing in Search of a Missing Tribe

'He knows all about that survival stuff,' says sister Katie Pestille. 'What worries me is there are bad people in these jungles'The family of a British explorer who has gone missing on an expedition to reach a remote tribe in Papua New Guinea have spoken of their concerns for his safety. Benedict Allen was dropped... Continue Reading →

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