Some women took to the streets, in Port Harcourt, Rivers State on Tuesday, to decry the incessant state of power supply, which has left them in darkness, mostly at night. The women say that their husbands don’t touch them at night, due to heat.
This is as the World marked Cancer Day on Feb 4th, a well-known doctor, Rasheed Adedapo Abassi, during an interview on how to prevent prostrate cancer, advised men to have sex 21 times in a month.
The governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Yemi Cardoso, on Tuesday, while explaining the reasons behind the depreciation of the Naira, said the demand for foreign exchange for education and healthcare, amounting to $40 billion dollars over the past decade, significantly eroded the strength of the naira. Cardoso spoke when he appeared before plenary of the house of representatives.
Peter Obi Spoke during a town hall meeting about how brain drain can be an economic gain while campaigning during the elections in 2023 The Kogi state government has accused the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission of desperately trying to tarnish the image of Yahaya Bello, the former governor of the state.
The state government said the EFCC, in an amended charge before the court, included Bello’s name and accused him of diverting state funds, to the tune of N80 billion Naira in September 2015, the commission also claimed that Bello is “at large”. Kingsley Fanwo, the states commissioner for information, described the claims as ridiculous, and laughable as Yahaha Bello only became Governor of the state in 2016, and could not have conspired with any one in the government house to divert funds.
He further described the EFCC as an agency infested with persons whose intents disagree with the noble intention of president Tinubu to defeat corruption in Nigeria. The newly inaugurated Governor of Kogi State, Usman Ododo, has allegedly ordered political stakeholders in the All Progressives Congress to prioritize the authority of his predecessor, Yahaya Bello, in the event he gives an order that conflicts with that of Bello’s.
The Department of International Relations and Cooperation in South Africa has responded to the advisory issued by the High Commission of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in Pretoria, warning Nigerians not to celebrate essesively in the event the super eagles defeat the bafana bafana today at the ongoing AFCON in Ivory Coast.
The agency described the advisory as regrettable, because it seems to create alarm and unnecessary tension between South African citizens and Nigerians living in or visiting SA. Further stating that South African national football team, Bafana Bafana, has played against their Nigerian counterparts, the Super Eagles, on many occasions, and there has been no history of soccer hooliganism among South Africans associated with the outcome of such encounters.