• Popular Nigerian speaker Ubong King has passed away. The late Ubong died in Lagos on Saturday December 26 after a battle with COVID19. He is survived by his wife, Unyime Ivy-King, and four children. That his soul rests in peace.
  • A suggestion that the Federal Government is preparing a no-fly list against protesters of #EndSARS has been denied. A no-fly list is a record of individuals who are forbidden from boarding commercial aircraft to travel inside, into, or out of a country. An online news source had previously claimed that
  • The Ajeromi-Ifelodun Local Government Area of Lagos State has been barred from the activities of the National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW), motorcycle operators (Okada) and tricycle operators (Keke Marwa) in the Ajegunle district. This development was revealed to the press in a statement by the chairman of the
  • Mercy Eke, winner of the Season 4 edition of the Big Brother Naija reality show, has announced that she and her boyfriend, Ike Onyema, has broken up. The media personality and video vixen announced she is now married in an update on her Instagram article on Tuesday, November 3. While Mercy didn’t disclose who the lucky guy was, she told her followers in a Snapchat post after posting a photo addressing herself as Mrs H. GIDIANDMIMI understands that the 27-year-old announced her marital status on Instagram when one of her followers answered a question about her marriage
  • Abuja, the capital of the country, has been filled with the 2023 presidential campaign posters of Rotimi Amaechi, Nigeria ‘s new Minister of Transport. GIDIANDMIMI notes that the posters also have a picture of Kaduna State Governor Nasir El-Rufai as Amaechi’s running mate, according to the photos seen by our
  • Dangote receives N3,015 billion in one single quarter tax exemption. According to the financial statements released on Monday, Dangote Sugar Refinery Plc obtained a total tax exemption of N3,015 billion from the Federal Government in the third quarter of the year. The sugar manufacturer increased profit after tax by over
  • As long queues can be seen across filling stations in Garki, Wuse, Apo, Central Town, among other locations in Abuja today, there are signs that there is fuel shortage. As some of the stations were visited by newsmen, it was discovered that some of them were hoarding petrol, and chose
  • The recent theft of warehouses where donations are stored across the country has responded to the Coalition Against COVID-19 (CACOVID) claiming that the looted food was intended to be distributed to two million households across the nation. From Lagos to Jos, Ede, Ilorin and many other cities, there has been major looting of warehouses across the country. Poor and hungry Nigerians have been looking for food palliatives that state governments hoard in warehouses across the country. According to the National Bureau of Statistics, Nigeria is an impoverished country,
  • Jeremy Wisten Jeremy Wisten, a former Manchester City youth team player, allegedly took his own life because of depression at the age of 18. The young man had played for the English Club, Manchester City youth side, before his death. A talented defender born in Malawi but raised in the
  • Nigeria’s Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo, chaired a meeting of the National Economic Council in Abuja on Monday. The virtual meeting was attended by some state governors and the Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu. Last week, Osinbajo said that the federal and state governments’ decision on police reform would be
  • Corporal Omoh F, the soldier named in a video that went viral on Monday, was arrested in Lagos State for assaulting a woman at an ATM stand. A spokesman for the 9th Brigade, Major Olaniyi Osoba, announced the arrest of the soldier. “I can confirm to you that he has
  • Kuburat Eniola A famous Nollywood actress, Kuburat Eniola is dead. GIDIANDMIMI reports that ace actor and director Kunle Afod confirmed the death of Eniola in a post on the social media network, Instagram, where he posted her picture with a caption on it. “RIP Mrs Eniola Kuburat One of the
  • Bishop David Oyedepo has rained down curses on hoodlums who took advantage of the #EndSARS protests to loots and damaged properties across the country shall not go unpunished. The comment was made by the Senior Pastor of the Living Faith Ministries , a.k.a Winners Chapel International, during his Sunday service
  • Hoodlums in Lokoja, the capital city of Kogi State, supposedly shot dead a journalist. The victim, Emmanuel Adeyemi, who is identified as a staff member of the Sun Newspaper, was reportedly shot down while heading to the Nigerian Journalist Secretariat Union. The State Police Public Relations Officer, William Aya, confirmed
  • Nigeria Governors Forum The Nigerian Governors’ Forum today denied allegations that governors hoarded palliatives intended for distribution to Nigerians during the COVID-19 pandemic process. After the #EndSARS street protests began to resolve the grievances of members of the public, the forum said governors had held numerous meetings and that they
  • On Saturday , October 24th, alleged hoodlums attacked, vandalized and burned down the West African Examination Council (WAEC) office located in Calabar, the state capital of Cross River. The thugs also targeted several vehicles before setting the remains of the vehicles ablaze, removing several body parts, including tyres and batteries.
  • In the recent ranking of footballing nations published by FIFA on Thursday, the Super Eagles of Nigeria have dropped three places. After the new FIFA ranking, the Eagles, who were ranked 29th previously, have now fallen to 32nd place in the world. In their African ranking, the Nigerian male national
  • On Friday, residents of the southwestern state of Osun went down to a COVID-19 palliative warehouse in Ede to take various food products and packages away. The residents carried away cartoons of Indomie noodles, bagged rice and some other food products. Watch Video Below: Ede Osun state. Another warehouse full
  • “Following his” live “national broadcast on #EndSARS protests, Nigerians took to the micro-blogging site, Twitter, to refer to President Muhammadu Buhari as” Jubril of Sudan. During the speech, Buhari failed to discuss the shooting by Nigerian Army soldiers of #EndSARS protesters, but rather ordered the protests against police brutality that
  • Sexy Nigerian singer, Douglas Jack Agu, known by his stage name Runtown, took to Twitter to voice his opinion about President Buhari’s nationwide speech on October 22nd as well as the reaction of young Nigerians to it.\ According to Runtown, Nigerians must stop joking about fleeing the country at a

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