BREAKING: Court Sentences Bobrisky To Six Months Imprisonment Without Option Of Fine

BREAKING: Court Sentences Bobrisky To Six Months Imprisonment Without Option Of Fine

“Controversial figure Idris Olanrewaju Okuneye, better known as Bobrisky, has been handed a six-month prison sentence without the option of a fine for the offense of abusing the Nigerian currency, the naira. The verdict was delivered by Justice Abimbola Awogboro of the Federal High Court in Lagos, who emphasized the importance of the judgment as…

Naira keeps appreciating at official market, gains 2.4%

Naira keeps appreciating at official market, gains 2.4%

On Tuesday, the Naira exhibited strength at the official market, with a trading rate of N1,278.58 to a dollar. Data sourced from the official trading platform of the FMDQ indicated a significant gain for the Naira, marking an increase of N30.81 or 2.35 percent compared to the previous trading session on Thursday, March 28, 2024,…

Stray leopard injures 3 persons

Stray leopard injures 3 persons

A leopard ventured into a residential area in Delhi on Monday morning, where it attacked three individuals before being apprehended by local authorities with the assistance of residents. The injured individuals were promptly taken to a local hospital for medical attention. According to a Delhi government official, the wild animal entered a house located in…

Unilorin expels 19 students over exam malpractice, racketeering

Unilorin expels 19 students over exam malpractice, racketeering

Nineteen students at the University of Ilorin have faced disciplinary action for various infractions, leading to their expulsion or rustication. The offenses range from misconduct to examination malpractice, with some students also involved in activities such as theft and assault. Among those affected were six final-year students, as reported by Kunle Akogun, the university’s Director…

After DAILY NIGERIAN report on fake degrees, Reps begin move to scrutinize certificates of govt workers who graduated in last 10 years

After DAILY NIGERIAN report on fake degrees, Reps begin move to scrutinize certificates of govt workers who graduated in last 10 years

The House of Representatives Commences Probe into Alleged Certificate Racketeering The House of Representatives has initiated an investigation into purported certificate racketeering involving certain officials of Federal Government Ministries, Departments, and Agencies (MDAs), allegedly collaborating with Nigerian students. This inquiry comes in the wake of revelations made by Umar Audu, a reporter for DAILY NIGERIAN,…

Man steals pot of soup, charged for housebreaking in Ekiti court

Man steals pot of soup, charged for housebreaking in Ekiti court

On Wednesday, the police presented Monday Ojo, a 20-year-old man, before an Ado-Ekiti Chief Magistrates’ Court on charges of housebreaking and theft, alleging the pilfering of a pot of soup and other items. Ojo, who lacks a fixed address, faces a two-count charge but pleaded not guilty. According to the prosecutor, Insp Moyosola Adesola, the…

BREAKING: Court affirms Julius Abure as Labour Party chairman, fines Lamidi Apapa

BREAKING: Court affirms Julius Abure as Labour Party chairman, fines Lamidi Apapa

The Court of Appeal in Abuja has upheld Julius Abure’s position as the Chairman of the Labour Party (LP), overturning a previous decision by the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) High Court. The High Court had issued a restraining order against Abure and two others from functioning as national officers of the party. In the judgment…

Abuja community protest ‘take over’ by Nigerian Navy

Abuja community protest ‘take over’ by Nigerian Navy

“Protest Erupts in Abuja as Residents of Iddo-Sarki Accuse Nigerian Navy of Land Takeover” Residents of Iddo-Sarki, located along Airport Road in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, took to the streets on Monday to voice their grievances over what they claim is the Nigerian Navy’s encroachment on their land. Tensions have been simmering in the…

The Shocking Truth About Constant Charging and Your Device’s Battery Health”

The Shocking Truth About Constant Charging and Your Device’s Battery Health”

Introduction: In our fast-paced digital age, laptops and smartphones have become indispensable tools, and keeping them charged is a priority for many users. However, the common practice of leaving devices constantly plugged in may have implications for battery health. This article explores the effects of continuous charging on laptop and phone batteries and offers tips…

Sexual harassment is corruption, attracts 7-year imprisonment, ICPC warns

Sexual harassment is corruption, attracts 7-year imprisonment, ICPC warns

The Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) has declared sexual harassment as a corrupt practice that attracts imprisonment for not less than seven years. The Secretary to the commission, Clifford Oparaodu, issued this warning during a One Day Sensitization Workshop on Sexual Harassment in Tertiary Institutions held in Abuja. Oparaodu emphasized that…