WOLE SOYINKA: Religion isn’t for me

Nobel Prize-winning author, Wole Soyinka, has said that he does not need any religion and does not worship any deity, noting he is neither a Christian, Muslim nor an Orisa worshipper. Soyinka disclosed this on Sunday during a public presentation of his two-volume collection of essays, saying he found nothing wrong with using mythologies as … Continue reading WOLE SOYINKA: Religion isn’t for me

KWANKWASO: Atiku won’t win the 2023 election

The New Nigeria Peoples Party’s presidential candidate, Rabiu Kwankwaso, has taken a swipe at Atiku Abubakar, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate, saying any party that can’t control Lagos, Kano, and Rivers states should forget about the 2023 presidential election. Kwankwaso disclosed this on Monday at the commissioning of the Mgbutanwo Internal Roads in … Continue reading KWANKWASO: Atiku won’t win the 2023 election

Kendall Jenner secretly ends 2-year romance with Devin Booker

Kendall Jenner has reportedly broken up from her long-term boyfriend Devin Booker, as the couple decided to call it quits "secretly". The supermodel and Kardashians star, 27, has been dating basketball player Devin for two years. Kendall Jenner and Devin Booker The couple kept things very low-key throughout the course of their relationship, and were rarely … Continue reading Kendall Jenner secretly ends 2-year romance with Devin Booker

Nigerian minister uncovers N206bn fraud in the 2023 budget

The Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Mrs. Sadiya Umar Farouq, has disowned the N206 billion inserted into the ministry’s 2023 budget by the Ministry of Finance, Budget and National Planning. Farouq, who appeared before the Senate Committee on Special Duties for 2023 budget defence, claimed that the ministry requested funding for … Continue reading Nigerian minister uncovers N206bn fraud in the 2023 budget

Indonesia earthquake: More than 160 dead and hundreds injured in West Java

A strong, shallow earthquake has killed at least 162 people and toppled buildings in Indonesia. The 5.6 magnitude quake hit Indonesia's densely populated main island, injuring hundreds and forcing many more to flee into the streets, some covered in blood and debris. Officials are currently gathering information on the toll of those injured and killed … Continue reading Indonesia earthquake: More than 160 dead and hundreds injured in West Java

England 6 – Iran 2: The Three Lions earn victory in tensed World Cup opener

England have won 6-2 against Iran in an energetic 2022 World Cup opening match. Jude Bellingham, Bukayo Saka and Raheem Sterling scored England's first three goals within 15 minutes of each other at Doha's Khalifa International Stadium. Saka followed his first triumph with another in the second half, while Marcus Rashford and Jack Grealish upped England's total to six. … Continue reading England 6 – Iran 2: The Three Lions earn victory in tensed World Cup opener

WORLD CUP: Why Iranian players stood silent during national anthem

Iranian fans and footballers took protests against the country's clerical regime to the World Cup as they kicked off their campaign against England on Monday. Pre-kick off, Iranian players did not sing the national anthem as fans booed and jeered it. What appeared to be a sign of solidarity against their government's crackdown on demonstrators, in … Continue reading WORLD CUP: Why Iranian players stood silent during national anthem

ENGLAND VS IRAN: Carragher backs Southgate’s choice of players

Former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher thinks Gareth Southgate would be correct to play a back four in England’s World Cup opener against Iran. The Three Lions kick off their tournament in Qatar against Carlos Quieroz’s side on Monday afternoon. It is the second game of the World Cup after the hosts were comfortably beaten 2-0 … Continue reading ENGLAND VS IRAN: Carragher backs Southgate’s choice of players