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Nigerian youngster Tosin Odunaiya tries to force his way into Buckingham Palace

 

Tuesday, 08 April 2014 08:39

Nigerian youngster Tosin Odunaiya tries to force his way into Buckingham Palace

NIGERIAN youngster Tosin Odunaiya recently caused a stir at Buckingham Palace when he tried to force his way in to have an audience with the queen resulting in a security guard threatening to shoot him.

   

Atiku Abubakar throws lavish Dubai party for political elite to mark son's wedding

 

Monday, 07 April 2014 12:29

Atiku Abubakar throws lavish Dubai party for political elite to mark son's wedding

FORMER vice president Atiku Abubakar threw a party for Nigeria's political elite in Dubai over the weekend as his son Abubakar Abba Atiku got married to his American heartthrob Mariayana Silver in a glitzy ceremony.

   

Nigeria officially overtakes South Africa as number one economy with 453bn GDP

 

Monday, 07 April 2014 11:13

Nigeria officially overtakes South Africa as number one economy with 453bn GDP

NIGERIA has officially been declared Africa's largest economy after figures released over the weekend showed that the country had a gross domestic product (GDP) of $453bn in 2012 compared with South Africa's $384bn.

   

Nigerian Centenary Awards UK begins receiving nominations for June 27 dinner

 

Monday, 07 April 2014 08:45

Nigerian Centenary Awards UK begins receiving nominations for June 27 dinner

ORGANISERS of the Nigerian Centenary Awards UK have begun receiving nominations for the most outstanding 100 diasporans in the UK over the last century who will be honoured at a special gala dinner at Waltham Forest Town Hall on June 27.

   

Ijaw leader Edwin Clark's son released unharmed by kidnappers in Delta State

 

Sunday, 06 April 2014 10:59

Ijaw leader Edwin Clark's son released unharmed by kidnappers in Delta State

IJAW leader Chief Edwin Clark's son has been released unharmed by kidnappers who abducted him from their home town of Kiagbodo in Burutu Local Government Area of Delta State on Wednesday.

   

Senator Oluremi Tinubu establishes Hardship Fund for Nigerian students in the UK

 

Sunday, 06 April 2014 08:55

Senator Oluremi Tinubu establishes Hardship Fund for Nigerian students in the UK

SENATOR Oluremi Tinubu has come to the aid of Nigerian students struggling in the UK by establishing a Hardship Fund into which money will be paid to help diasporan pupils cope with school fees and accommodation expenses.

   

Hundreds attend Nollywood premier Ortega and His Enemies in Greenwich

 

Saturday, 05 April 2014 14:06

Hundreds attend Nollywood premier Ortega and His Enemies in Greenwich

HUNDREDS of Nigerians from across the UK and film enthusiasts gathered at the Odeon Cinema in Greenwich yesterday to watch the premier of Nollywood's latest film Ortega and His Enemies.

   

Nigeria set to be officially declared as Africa's largest economy this weekend

 

Saturday, 05 April 2014 12:40

Nigeria set to be officially declared as Africa's largest economy this weekend

NIGERIA looks set to become Africa's largest economy as new figures due to be unveiled this weekend indicate that the country has overtaken South Africa as the continent's economic powerhouse.

   

10 Nigerians hospitalised in South Africa following mob assault on their businesses

 

Saturday, 05 April 2014 12:12

10 Nigerians hospitalised in South Africa following mob assault on their businesses

ABOUT 10 Nigerians are currently receiving treatment in South African hospitals after being attacked by a South African mob which recently went on a xenophobic rampage destroying Nigerian shops across the country.

   

Archbishop of Canterbury concedes that gay rights could lead to African pogroms

 

Saturday, 05 April 2014 11:36

Archbishop of Canterbury concedes that gay rights could lead to African pogroms

ARCHBISHOP of Canterbury Justin Welby has conceded that forcing gay marriage on African Anglicans could lead to brutal massacres of Christians in countries like Nigeria where there is widespread opposition to the practice.

   

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