Monthly Archives: November 2019

Solange Knowles, and Husband Ferguson Split


Solange Knowles, Beyonce’s sister has taken to Instagram to announce her split from her hubby of 5 years, Alen Ferguson.

In a lengthy message, Solange wrote that they had separated earlier this year, but later finalize their divorce.

11 years ago I met a phenomenal man who changed every existence of my life. Early this year we separated and parted ways. (and tho it ain’t nan nobody business 😭) I find it necessary to protect the sacredness of my personal truth and to live in it fully just so I have before and will continue to do” Knowles said.

33-year-old Knowles and Alan Ferguson wedded on November 16th, 2014 in New Orleans, in a reception that was attended by her sister Beyonce, her brother-in-law J-Zee and m Tina Knowles. The singer is also a mom to a 15-year-old son Julez with her ex Daniels.

Magu Speaks on the Arrests of Mompha and Lebanese Friend…


Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Ibrahim Magu, Thursday described the arrest of the alleged Internet fraudster and social media celebrity, Ismaila Mustapha aka Mompha; and his Lebanese accomplice, Hamza Koudeih, as a major landmark.

Magu alleged that the duo had been able to launder more than N33 billion.

The EFCC boss added that the two belonged to an international crime syndicate that specialised in money laundering, most especially in Dubai.

Speaking at a press conference in Lagos on Thursday, Magu said: “The recent arrest of a social media celebrity, Ismaila Mustapha, popularly known as Mompha; and his Lebanese collaborator, Hamza Koudeih, for their alleged involvement in internet-related fraud and money laundering, remains a landmark achievement of the EFCC.

“I make bold to tell you that these arrests have further confirmed our commitment to the anti-graft war, while also sending a red alert to potential internet…

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With New Capital Base of $208bn, AfDB Targets Fresh Ambitious Plans to Support Hundreds of Millions of People in Africa


Governors of the African Development Bank (AfDB) Thursday approved a capital increase of $115 billion, moving the bank’s capital from $93 billion to $208 billion.

This is the highest height ever attained by the bank in the history since 1964.

With this new general capital increase, the African Development Bank said it planned to do more for the continent through its various ambitious projects.

Some of the bank’s ambitious pprogrammes include: Desert to Power project with the aim of provide 250 million people with access to electricity in the Sahel region; giving opportunity to 244 million people to benefit from improvements in agriculture; providing opportunity for 15 million people to benefit from investee projects; creating opportunity for 252 million people to benefit from improved access to transport; mobilising $3 billion in new financing for Affirmative Finance Action for Women in Africa (AFAWA); providing 128 million people to benefit from improved…

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PMB Is Not Known To Back Down From A Fight- Read


This twitter user adviced ASUU to quietly accept the (IPPIS) introduced by the president.

According to the poster with a Twitter handled under the name of Chief Odumegwu Ojikwu, advice ASUU to not threaten federal government with strike action.

Read the full thread below.