Yul Edochie begs Nigerians to learn from Donald Trump

  Popular actor turned politician, Yul Edochie, a son to veteran actor, Pete Edochie, has said he strongly believes that if Nigerians can come together to fix the country’s problem, then just like President Donald Trump is proud of his country, the United States, someday, Nigerians too can boast of being proud citizens of their … Continue reading Yul Edochie begs Nigerians to learn from Donald Trump

Why the Turkish lira keeps falling

Turkey's central bank took action Monday to free up cash for banks as the country grapples with a currency crisis sparked by concerns over President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's economic policies and a trade and diplomatic dispute with the United States. The Turkish lira has nosedived over the past week, accelerating a months-long decline, and tumbled … Continue reading Why the Turkish lira keeps falling

China prepares for war with the US

China’s military announced on Sunday that it had dispatched warships to challenge two United States Navy vessels that sailed through waters in the South China Sea that China claims as its own. The Chinese confronted the American ships and warned them to leave, the Ministry of National Defense said in a statement posted on its website, … Continue reading China prepares for war with the US

Israel has a right to defend its territories, the U.S. says

Tel Aviv and Damascus no longer have a peace treaty, but their differences have been a cause for repeated attacks which the United States say, permits both governments, particularly Israel, to defend its rights and territorial integrity. Earlier on 10 February, media reports confirmed the Israeli army announced one of its helicopters had downed an … Continue reading Israel has a right to defend its territories, the U.S. says

How Bank of America’s retro banking is paying off

Heritage isn't just about history, Bank of America would love to admit, having started the first nationally licensed credit card program which was previously referred to as BankAmericard. The innovation attracted rapid and widespread adoption; growth and increased sales followed, and sooner than expected, the program was eventually renamed Visa after gaining global acceptance. Bank … Continue reading How Bank of America’s retro banking is paying off

Man spends a year in U.S. Church to avoid Deportation and finally walks free

A Mexican who crossed the United States borders without proper paperwork in 1997 has finally walked free. He lived in a Philadelphia church for nearly a year to avoid deportation to his country. Image shows Garcia and his family at the Philadelphia church. Javier Flores Garcia left the Arch Street Methodist Church on Wednesday (Oct. … Continue reading Man spends a year in U.S. Church to avoid Deportation and finally walks free

Airliners slammed for exploiting Irma Evacuees with unfair Price Hikes

Some greedy airliners operating in the United States have been criticized for hiking prices as Florida residents seek escape from Category 5 Hurricane Irma. A reporter with Fox News tweeted that United Airlines ticket has skyrocketed to as much as $6,300 for trips between Miami and Atlanta.   John Roberts' tweet bemoaned the unfair price hike which regrettably … Continue reading Airliners slammed for exploiting Irma Evacuees with unfair Price Hikes

US Military instructed to shoot down Kim Jong Un’s Missiles; Hawaii Test confirms America’s Readiness

The United States military has received President Donald Trump's backing to shoot down North Korean missiles. According to a report from The Associated Press (AP), America is ready to destroy any Kim Jong Un's missile flying within its continent or anywhere around Guam and Hawaii. The report comes after South Korea speculated another missile launch … Continue reading US Military instructed to shoot down Kim Jong Un’s Missiles; Hawaii Test confirms America’s Readiness

American Teenager tells Cops he bought his Tiger Cub on the Streets of Mexico

An American teenager is facing up to 20 years in prison for smuggling a Bengal tiger into the United States. The California resident who was arraigned on Thursday told a judge that he bought his ferocious pet on the streets of Tijuana in Mexico, an infamous location where several endangered animals were spotted earlier this … Continue reading American Teenager tells Cops he bought his Tiger Cub on the Streets of Mexico

US has no intention to stay in Syria – State Department

The US State Department has confirmed in an official statement that it has no 'interests' in staying back after crushing Daesh in Syria. The department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said on Friday that there's no intention to stay in the country after ISIS is defeated, denying a report that US forces will remain there for decades. … Continue reading US has no intention to stay in Syria – State Department