The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has questioned the chairman and owner of Zinox Technologies Limited, Leonard Stanley Ekeh, and two other officials of the company over a shocking N170 million contract fraud allegation
The Nigerian Communication Commission has ordered Visafone Communications Limited to stop operating in the 800 MHz band due to its interference with Smile Communications Limited signals.
The Commission gave the directive after the end of its second Quarter spectrum monitoring exercise, saying that Visafone should switch off all CDMA signals in the 800 MHz band entering into Ikeja, Lagos area.
This is even as the report showed that the industry regulator had recovered from Layer 3 Limited, one of the internet service and metropolitan fibre optic network operators the sum of N34, 066,537.28 outstanding financial obligations due to the NCC.
Kristhielee Caride, Miss Puerto Rico 2016 will not be receiving her $3 Million earnings and her crown after a judge threw out the lawsuit that she filed in April alleging breach of contract and contractual damages.
According to Desiree Lowry, the national director of Miss Universe Puerto Rico, Caride got pregnant during her reign, was non-cooperative with reporters and did not use the salon that they provided instead preferring to use her own stylists which led the organizers to dethrone her and crown Brenda Jimenez, the pageant’s first runner-up as Miss Universe Puerto Rico 2016.
The Nigerian Super Eagles have risen to 64th in the new FIFA /Coca-Cola rankings published on FIFA’s website yesterday. Nigeria, coached by Gernot Rohr, is now the 14th best team in Africa behind Cote d’Ivoire, Algeria, Senegal, Tunisia, Ghana, Congo DR, Egypt, Congo, Mali, Morocco, Cameroon, Guinea and South Africa.
Victoria Ana, crowned queen of Cross River Most Beautiful Girl (CRMBG),was suspended by the pageant organisers for her alleged ‘unenthsiastic’ attitude and for behaving in a manner not suitable for her position which has painted the title Cross River Most Beautiful Girl in negative limelight.
World football legend, Nwankwo Kanu, popularly known as “Papilo” and the entire Kanu family have been in a deep mourning after they lost their mother Susan Kanu Iheme to the untimely hands of death last Thursday.
Kanu Nwankwo spoke with papilonews.com and eulogised his mother, whom he
described as a great pillar of strength to the entire family.
“The loss of Mama is hard to bear. She is a rock that stood by me and all my siblings. She showedus equal love and affection, andalways prayed for each and every
one of us”.
In a year when Manchester United won the FA Cup, the Old Trafford club also signed 14 sponsorship deals, and saw commercial, matchday and TV revenues all rise. The club is now predicting 2017 revenues of up to £540m, even though it is not in the Champions League this season.
Acting National Publicity Secretary of the All Progressives Congress APC, Comrade Timi Frank has reacted to calls by the opposition, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), asking President Muhammadu Buhari to return Nigeria to the pre-May 29, 2015 days or resign from office.
CATHOLIC Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, Bishop Matthew Hassan Kukah, yesterday, asked President Muhammadu Buhari to face the challenges of governance and stop agonizing over misdeeds of past administrations.
Nigerians, according to the clergyman, “didn’t vote a government to complain about yesterday. If we wanted yesterday, the new government would not be there.”