First Class Graduate Who Died At Kano State NYSC Camp, Due To Negligence, Buried In Osun State

The remains of Ifedolapo Oladepo, the corps member who died in NYSC camp, Kano was today interred in Osogbo at her family’s residence.

Many were not able to hide their feelings as the first class graduate of Transport management from the Ladoke Akintola university of Technology, ogbomoso began her final journey.

She died on Tuesday at the NYSC orientation camp in Kano state.

May Her Gentle Soul RIP

Ex-UNILAG beggar becomes lawyer

Ex-UNILAG beggar becomes lawyer, thanks PUNCH
by Ade Adesomoju, Abuja
A former street beggar, Mr. Abdulsalam Idowu, heaved a sigh of fulfilment of a life ambition as he was called to the bar to start practising as a lawyer in Nigeria on Wednesday.
Idowu, who defied all odds, to bag his law degree from the University of Lagos in 2015, had proceeded to the Nigerian Law School, where he emerged successful in the August/September 2016 final bar examinations conducted at the end of the one-year programme.
The new wig, who engaged in street begging to fund his primary and secondary education, was among the 4,225 graduates of the Nigerian Law School called to the bar in Abuja on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Having lost his mother at about age three, crippled by a disease that befell him thereafter and left with a father and relatives who had no interest in his future, Idowu started begging at age eight in Erin Ile, Kwara State, to see himself through his primary and secondary school education.

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Meet The Women Taking Nigeria To The Winter Olympics For The First Time Ever


After the Nigerian paralympians brought joy to our hearts earlier this year by excelling beyond our already high expectations and shattering a bunch of world records, three other Nigerian athletes are set to make history again.

Seun Adigun, Ngozi Onwumere and Akuoma Omeoga want to put Nigeria on the map by being the first representatives at the Winter Olympic Games come 2018 – in Bobsled.

Very few African countries participate in the Winter Olympics for obvious reasons, but these badass women based in the United States are determined to add Nigeria to that exclusive list of African countries – which include Ghana, Kenya and Zimbabwe.

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Grand Opening Club LOUD Abuja 2/12/16 @loud_abuja



The much anticipated Grand Opening of CLUB LOUD is finally here people.

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76 people dead as plane carrying Brazilian football team crashes in Colombia – survivors found among the wreckage

At least six survivors were found among the wreckage of a plane crash that was carrying 82 people, according to officials cited by the BBC and The Independent.

The chartered flight included a squad from a top Brazilian football team Chapecoense. The plane crashed outside the Colombian city of Medellin after reportedly having electrical problems.

This story is developing …

Super Falcons release new ‘unity’ photos

Nigeria’s Super Falcons released new official photos before their match with Kenya in the ongoing Women’s African Cup of Nations in Yaoundé, Cameroon on Saturday night.

The photos were to show unity in the camp among the players, as the Falcons thrashed Kenya 4-0 and have now qualified for the next round. More photos after the cut. Continue reading

Trump settles Trump University lawsuits for $25 million

President-elect Donald Trump has agreed to pay $25 million to former students of his for-profit Trump University as part of a settlement that resolves three outstanding lawsuits against him, including one in which he was set to testify in a trial that was due to begin in San Diego later this month.

As part of the agreement, Trump will pay $1 million in penalties to the state of New York for violating state education laws by labeling his nonaccredited school a “university” without registering as an educational institution with New York state officials, according to New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman, who announced the settlement Friday afternoon. The deal includes no admission of wrongdoing.

“In 2013, my office sued Donald Trump for swindling thousands of innocent Americans out of millions of dollars through a scheme known as Trump University,” Schneiderman said in a statement. “Donald Trump fought us every step of the way, filing baseless charges and fruitless appeals and refusing to settle for even modest amounts of compensation for the victims of his phony university. Today, that all changes. Today’s $25 million settlement agreement is a stunning reversal by Donald Trump and a major victory for the over 6,000 victims of his fraudulent university.”

The announcement came after days of frantic negotiations among the parties that began last week, after Trump was elected president and U.S. Judge Gonzalo Curiel — the U.S.-born judge whom Trump repeatedly attacked during the campaign as biased due to his “Mexican” heritage — began prodding the parties to resolve the cases. The first of three lawsuits was scheduled to start in Curiel’s courtroom Nov. 28. Trump’s lawyers had filed motions urging that the trial date be postponed, arguing that their client was too busy assembling his new administration to testify in a civil trial.

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