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"Dragging God" trends as Nigerians take to Twitter to blame God for the ills in the country

"Dragging God" is trending on Twitter after a number of Nigerian Twitter users took to the platform to blame God for not acting to save Uwa Vera Omozuwa when she was raped and murdered inside a church.

 

The death of Uwa, a 22-year-old UNIBEN student who went to a branch of RCCG in


by superspek •  6 days ago •  Last reply from  izzy03

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by superspek •  7 days ago •  Last reply from  agbetuyi

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“I don’t have a girlfriend and I can’t find someone to grow old with" - Anthony Joshua opens up on his challenges in finding true love

Anthony Joshua has opened up on his challenges in finding true love, stating that he's yet to find someone to call his girlfriend.

 

The world heavyweight boxing champion spoke with to The Sun about life in lockdown with his family including becoming “super dad” to his four-year-ol


by superspek •  7 days ago •  Last reply from  henryo

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387 new cases of COVID-19 recorded in Nigeria; 254 in Lagos alone as total number hits 9302

387 new cases of COVID-19 were recorded in Nigeria, on Friday, May 29, 2020. 

 

According to the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), 254 cases were recorded in Lagos, 29 in Abuja, 24 in Jigawa, 22 in Edo, 15 in Oyo, 14 in Rivers, 11 in Kaduna, 6 in Borno, 3 in Kano, 2 in Plat


by superspek •  7 days ago •  Last reply from  agbetuyi

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Goods worth millions of Naira destroyed as fire guts Olaleye market in Lagos (videos)

Traders at the Olaleye market in Somolu, Lagos state are currently counting their losses following a massive fire that broke out in the market in the early hours of today, May 30.

 

According to reports, the fire outbreak started at about 3am. The cause of the fire is yet unknown.


by superspek •  7 days ago •  Last reply from  agbetuyi

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Former NNPC Group Managing Director, Maikanti Baru dies at 60

Maikanti Baru, the immediate past Group Managing Director of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, has died.

 

Baru died on Friday night, May 29, at the age of 60.

 

The current GMD of NNPC, Mele Kyari, announced his passing on Twitter this morning.


by superspek •  7 days ago •  Last reply from  agbetuyi

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Trump announces unprecedented action against China

US President, Donald Trump on Friday, launched a blistering attack on China,
announcing a string of unprecedented actions against  the communist state, that brings the US- China relationship to an all time low.

 

Trump appeared in the White House Rose Garden on a day when the US


by superspek •  7 days ago •  Last reply from  agbetuyi

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Expect 11,000 MW of electricity by 2023 — Lai Mohammed

Lai Mohammed, the Minister of Information and Culture has told Nigerians to expect 11,000 megawatts of electricity by 2023 following the agreement the Nigerian government reached with German firm Siemens. 

 

He said the German firm will be growing the present 3,400 megawatts to 7,0


by superspek •  7 days ago •  Last reply from  agbetuyi

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One dead, two injured in Lagos accident

An accident which occurred at Ikota, along Lekki-Epe in Lagos has claimed the life of a yet-to-be-identified man and also left two others injured. 

 

Spokesperson of Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA), Nosa Okunbor confirmed the incident and also disclosed that the a


by superspek •  7 days ago •  Last reply from  agbetuyi

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Important info to all Superincome Members

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Hope you are all doing well and good? 

First of all we want to apologise for the slow down of activities on Superincome, we have a lot to fix technically and our Tech guys are already on it since last month and would be rounding up this month!


by superspek •  a week ago •  Last reply from  agbetuyi

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Manchester United is 'very close' to agreeing on a new deal to keep Odion Ighalo at Old Trafford - Ighalo's agent says

Manchester United is edging closer to agree on a new deal to keep Odion Ighalo at Old Trafford after it was revealed the Chinese Super League's foreign players are to be banned from returning until October, meaning he can't leave anytime soon with his loan deal set to expire this Sunday. 


by superspek •  2 weeks ago •  Last reply from  emmanuelsolomon

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Senegal president's brother tests positive for Coronavirus

The brother of Senegalese president, Macky Sall has announced that he has tested positive for Coronavirus.

 

Aliou Sarr, who is the mayor of Guédiawaye revealed in a statement that he tested positive for the disease on Tuesday, and is being treated at the Dalal Diamm hospital in Dak


by superspek •  2 weeks ago •  Last reply from  gowongoodluck

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No man can stop me from returning as Edo State's Governor - Governor Obaseki

Governor Godwin Obaseki on Wednesday May 27, expressed confidence that he will win a second term in office amid the crisis rocking the All Progressives Congress in Edo state. 

 

Speaking on Channels Television 'Sunrise Daily', Obaseki noted that he is not a violent man but also add


by superspek •  2 weeks ago •  Last reply from  omojesu7

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Trump threatens to shut down social media platforms after Twitter put a warning on his tweet for the first time

US President, Donald Trump, known for his preference of Twitter to disseminate information, has threatened to regulate or shut down social media platforms after accusing them of political bias towards conservative voices.

 

Trump's threat comes a day after Twitter Inc. for the firs


by superspek •  2 weeks ago •  Last reply from  ladyhenrie

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White woman apologizes for claiming during a 911 call that an Africa American man was threatening her life. Her dog has also been taken from her

The white woman who called 911 to claim that an African American man was threatening her life has apologized for her actions.

 

The woman, who has been identified as Amy Cooper, 41, argued with an African man named Christian Cooper, 57, in New York's Central Park on Monday, May 25.


by superspek •  2 weeks ago •  Last reply from  chikavictor

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Ogoni women protest half-naked as they ask Governor Wike to release manager of demolished hotel who allegedly tested positive for Coronavirus (photos)

Ogoni women in Rivers State today staged a peaceful protest over what they termed the ''continuous detention'' of the manager of Prudent Hotel that was demolished under the supervision of the state governor, Nyesom Wike, on May 10.

 

The


by superspek •  2 weeks ago •  Last reply from  sodiq45

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NYSC extends service for 24 Lagos corps members over disciplinary issues

The National Youth Service Corps,(NYSC) Lagos, has extended the service year of about 24 Batch B Stream 1 corps members as punishment for undisclosed disciplinary issues.

 

18 other corps members have also been listed as having “pending disciplinary issues.”

 

Batch B St


by superspek •  2 weeks ago •  Last reply from  mikecreated2succeed

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We are lucky to have President like Buhari – Femi Adesina

Femi Adesina, the Special Adviser on Media and Publicity to President Buhari, has said that Nigerians are lucky to have a leader like his principal at a time like this.

 

Adesina stated this via his social media handle while dismissing attempts to pitch him against his boss, the pr


by superspek •  2 weeks ago •  Last reply from  nwofoke

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Boris Johnson says Coronavirus has affected his eyesight

The UK prime minister Boris Johnson has revealed his eyesight has been affected by the Coronavirus disease.

 

Johnson contracted Coronavirus and was hospitalized in April, and spent several nights in intensive care battling the disease.

 

Johnson told the daily Downing Str


by superspek •  2 weeks ago •  Last reply from  osonduakabuma

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WHO warns of ''Second Peak'' of the Coronavirus pandemic as countries lift lockdown

The World Health Organization has warned that many countries could begin to see the ''second peak'' of the Coronavirus pandemic if the lockdown restrictions are lifted too soon.

 

WHO Head of Emergency, Mike Ryan, who issued the warning in a press conference, said  epidemics often


by superspek •  2 weeks ago •  Last reply from  izzy03


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