Actress Juliet Mgborukwe, husband fight on Instagram

Actress Juliet Mgborukwe, husband fight on Instagram

Nollywood Actress, Juliet Mgborukwe, and her estranged husband, Chima Ojukwu, have engaged themselves in a war of words on Instagram. Trouble began after the actress announced on Instagram that she was filing for a divorce due to alleged domestic violence. She also shared photos showing the bruises her husband allegedly inflicted on her on Instagram on July 6. Her husband also took to Instagram to tell his…

Zimbabwe opposition protests, demands reforms

Zimbabwe opposition protests, demands reforms

Rights organisations demanded a probe into the army following the deaths of at least three civilians in the violence trailing Zimbabwe’s elections. Picture: Xinhua/Shaun Jusa Harare – The United Nations (UN) called for restraint while human rights organisations demanded a probe into the army following the deaths of at least three civilians in the violence trailing Zimbabwe’s divisive elections. Protests and subsequent deaths in the capital Harare…

Eden Hazard: I prefer to lose with Belgium than win with France

Eden Hazard: I prefer to lose with Belgium than win with France

Eden Hazard criticised France’s playing style after Belgium’s 1-0 defeat in a World Cup semifinal on Tuesday, saying he would rather lose with Belgium than win with France. Belgium entered the semifinal as the tournament’s leading scorers, but Hazard, Kevin De Bruyne and Romelu Lukaku were muted by France, who clinched their third World Cup final appearance in the last 20 years thanks to Samuel Umtiti’s second-half…

Igbo in Nasarawa urge government to provide security in markets

Igbo in Nasarawa urge government to provide security in markets

President-elect of Igbo Cultural Association (ICA) in Narrarawa State, Mr. Cyril Ebeh, has called on the state government to beef-up security in all markets across the state. The president made the call in an interview, in Lafia, on Monday. He said that the call became imperative due to incessant attacks on Igbo traders and their investments. Ebeh said that the Igbo people believed in themselves and would…

2019: Zik would’ve supported President Buhari – VON chief

2019: Zik would’ve supported President Buhari – VON chief

Director General of Voice of Nigeria (VON), Osita Okechukwu, has said Nigeria’s first president, Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe, would have supported the re-election of President Muhammadu Buhari in 2019, if he was alive. Okechukwu said that would have afforded Ndigbo the opportunity to produce the country’s president in 2023. He also said 95 per cent of Igbo clamouring for restructuring are in support of a united Nigeria. Okechukwu,…