Monthly Archives: January 2020

Read how flood at Dubai Airport causes flight delay on saturday

#news# Flights at Dubai International Airport were reportedly delayed on Saturday with some cancellations due to flooding. “Dubai Airports officials confirm that due to heavy rainfall and flooding earlier (Saturday), Dubai International (DXB) is experiencing operational disruptions,” an official said. “We are working closely with our service partners to get back to full operations as soon as possible. However, flight

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Read the real reason why man who used Hanan Buhari’s sim card was arrested

#news# Reports has revealed that the real reason why Anthony Okolie, was arrested and detained For 10 weeks by the operatives of the Department of States Services  (DSS), for using a phone number previously owned by Hanan Buhari, was that he was using it to commit fraudulent activities after discovering who it’s real owner was. According to the source, “Okolie

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Nigerias oil magnate Alakija overtakes Oprah, becomes the world richest black woman

#news# Sixty-two-year-old, Nigerian oil magnate, Folorunsho Alakija, has emerged the wealthiest black woman on earth according to Forbes. The report noted that Alakija assumed the new status after displacing the renowned media executive, talk show host, and philanthropist, Oprah Winfrey who was hitherto occupying the enviable position. According to Forbes, Alakija’s fortune has been estimated at $600 million, as of

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Corps member commits suicide in Kogi state

#news# A serving corps member from Kogi state, Bolufemi Princess Motunrayo, has committed suicide. She reportedly died after drinking two bottles of snippet insecticide. Mutunranyo, who hailed from Ijumu in the state, was also a graduate of Banking and Finance from Prince Abubakar Audu University, Anyigba. It was learnt that she committed suicide on Friday, January 10, leaving behind a

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6 year old John Oliver gets a surprise standing ovation from classmates after completing chemotherapy

#motherhood# 6-year-old boy who has been battling cancer got a surprise standing ovation from his classmates when he returned to school after finishing his last round of chemotherapy. John Oliver Zippay has been in and out of school for three years after he was diagnosed at age 3 with acute lymphoblastic leukemia in 2016, his father John Zippay told CNN.

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