Yasiin Bey  (Mos Def) will finally be allowed to leave South Africa after spending most of 2016 out on bail in South Africa.
Nov23

Yasiin Bey (Mos Def) will finally be allowed to leave South Africa after spending most of 2016 out on bail in South Africa.

Yasiin Bey  (Mos Def) will finally be allowed to leave South Africa after spending most of 2016 out on bail in South Africa. In January, the Brooklyn-born emcee was charged with using a false passport and travel document while attempting to leave the country. Now, the much-delayed case has concluded: After he “unreservedly apologized to the government of South Africa,” Bey will be allowed to leave, the country’s home affairs...

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Olumide Oyedeji has disclosed that he decided to sponsor the team as a way of assisting Nigerian youths to get a meaningful life using basketball.
Nov22

Olumide Oyedeji has disclosed that he decided to sponsor the team as a way of assisting Nigerian youths to get a meaningful life using basketball.

Captain of Nigerian basketball team, D’Tigers, and proprietor of National Division 1 side, Hoops and Read, Olumide Oyedeji has disclosed that he decided to sponsor the team as a way of assisting Nigerian youths to get a meaningful life using basketball. Oyedeji who plays professional basketball in England told Sports Vanguard in Abuja that the philosophy behind his team is to encourage young people to play basketball while pursuing...

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FG partners stakeholders to boost dairy prodution
Nov22

FG partners stakeholders to boost dairy prodution

THE Federal government is partnering with major national and international stakeholders in the dairy sector towards injecting considerable volume into local milk production and cutting down on importation of milk in the future. Disclosing this recently in Abuja during a multi-stakeholders roundtable conference with the theme: “Milky way to development”, the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Audu Ogbe said presently, the...

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World’s first bionic eye !
Nov10

World’s first bionic eye !

Scientists are on the brink of restoring sight to the blind by sending moving images directly to the brain. In a world-first, surgeons have implanted a visual stimulator chip in the brain of a 30-year-old woman. The patient, who has been totally blind for seven years, saw coloured flashes, lines and spots when signals were sent to her brain from a computer. Her doctors are now planning to send footage from a tiny video camera to the...

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Senate steps down bills on grazing, cites constitutional limitations
Nov10

Senate steps down bills on grazing, cites constitutional limitations

The Senate yesterday stepped down three bills on the controversial issue of grazing in the country. They are: “A Bill for an Act to Provide for the Establishment of Grazing Areas Management Agency and Other Related Matters 2016”, sponsored by Senator Rabiu Kwankwaso (APC, Kano Central); “A Bill for an Act to Provide for the Establishment of National Ranches Commission for the Regulation, Management, Preservation and Control of Ranches...

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