Wednesday, October 18

Monday, October 16

Saturday, October 14

Friday, October 13

Thursday, October 12


Autopsy report, CCTV footage implicates Nigerian singer, Davido

by Staff writer

The Acting Lagos Police Commissioner, Imohimi Edgal, has stated at a briefing that the information Nigerian singer, Davido, gave them concerning the shocking demise of his close associate, Tagbo, was different from what was later found after their investigation.

Wednesday, October 11


These drugs could cause people to kill themselves

by Staff writer

According to the WHO, each year more than 1.6 million people lose their lives to violence, with 50% of these deaths classified as suicides.

Dr. David Healy, a world-renowned psychiatrist described suicide as the deliberate termination of one’s existence while in the possession and enjoyment of his or her mental faculties.


What is a black box warning? All you need to know...

by Staff writer

A black box warning is the strictest warning put in the labeling of prescription drugs or drug products by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) when there is reasonable evidence of an association of a serious hazard with the drug.


Chaos in Anambra State as soldiers invade schools to inject students

by Staff writer

There are reports of a current state of chaos in Anambra State of Nigeria when men alleged to be men of the Nigerian army invaded some schools and were injecting students and pupils with an unidentified substance.

Tuesday, October 10

Monday, October 9

Sunday, October 8


The puzzling case of Casey Anthony and her daughter's death

by Sean Kernan

Ever wondered what the craziest thing a parent would do to defend their children?

The arrest and trial of Casey Anthony, accused and acquitted of killing her 2-year-old daughter Caylee, captured the US state of Florida for years as a bombshell national news story.

Saturday, October 7

Thursday, October 5


How dangerous is the Monkeypox disease?

by Staff writer

An outbreak of a viral disease called monkeypox has been reported in the Nigerian state of Bayelsa.

Reports say that 13 persons [including a medical doctor] have been infected with the disease while 49 others who came in contact with the affected persons are being observed.

Wednesday, October 4

Tuesday, October 3


The African countries that voted against ban on death penalty for homosexuality

by Staff writer

A United Nations resolution banning the death penalty for homosexuality was opposed by a total of 13 countries in the U.N. Human Rights Council.

And as you might have guessed, majority of those countries were in Africa and the Middle East.

Monday, October 2

Sunday, October 1

Saturday, September 30

Friday, September 29


What you need to know about mothers of gay men

by Staff writer

A new study has found new evidence that male sexual orientation is genetic.

Researchers discovered that genes on at least two chromosomes influence whether a man is gay or straight—and they are passed down exclusively from their mothers.


All you need to know about living in Canada as a Nigerian

by Tobi Oyewumi

As a Nigerian living in Canada, you'll notice that there is a huge difference between life back home and here in Canada.

Everything, from public transit to health care has a well defined system over here.

Having said that, I think it's best to highlight a few points for you below:

Thursday, September 28

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Monday, September 25