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EFCC arrests six Yahoo boys

Operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, have arrested six suspected internet fraudsters, also known as ‘yahoo yahoo boys’ in one of their hideouts at Kubwa area, Abuja. The suspects are: Ihoeghian Aghasomwan, Precious Osarumen, Enabulele Osazee Frank, Osahon Scott, Efe Ehieorobo and Peter James. The operation, which was carried out on May […]

Fayemi declares interest in Ekiti guber race

Fayemi declares interest in Ekiti guber race

The Minister of Mines and Steel Development, Dr. Kayode Fayemi, has declared his intention to contest in the forthcoming governorship race in Ekiti State. Fayemi, a former governor of the state between 2010 and 2014, made the declaration while speaking with journalists at his Isan-Ekiti country home on Sunday. So far, he is the 36th […]

Nigeria Society of Physiotherapists to sanction erring members

Nigeria Society of Physiotherapists to sanction erring members

The Nigeria Society of Physiotherapists has condemned in strongest terms, what it described as “a disturbing video” currently circulated on social media platforms and published by some traditional media in Nigeria depicting a barbaric treatment of an innocent child with disability by an alleged member of the society. In a statement issued in Abuja and […]

African Innovation Foundation finalists announced

African Innovation Foundation finalists announced

The African Innovation Foundation (AIF) has announced the top 10 nominees who will be contending for the 2017 Innovation Prize for Africa. The winners will be announced in Accra, Ghana on 18th July 2017 and will see innovators from nine African countries including Democratic Republic of Congo, Egypt, Kenya, Liberia, Morocco, Nigeria, South Africa, Uganda […]

Watch!!! That high blood sugar may get you demented

A group of researchers in the United States have discovered how high blood glucose could lead to dementia even if the affected person never had diabetes. The study, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, analyzed 2,067 participants without dementia aged 65 and over, from a study called Adult Changes in Thought (ACT). In […]