Google Moves To Disrupt Video Games With Streaming, Studio

  Google set out to disrupt the video game world on Tuesday with a Stadia platform that will let players stream blockbuster titles to any device they wish, as the online giant also unveiled a new controller and its very own studio. The California-based technology giant said its Stadia platform will open to gamers later … Continue reading Google Moves To Disrupt Video Games With Streaming, Studio

Read More

2019 Appropriation Bill Passes Second Reading At Senate

The Senate has passed the 2019 Appropriate Bill for second reading and has directed its committee on appropriation to conclude work on the budget in two weeks.

Read More

Alleged $5m Money Laundering: Obanikoro Ends Testimony, EFCC Calls 6th Witness

24 hours after admitting in evidence the statement of the late Justin Erukaa, the Personal Assistant to Sen Musiliu Obanikoro, a Federal High Court sitting in Lagos has heard the testimony of the former Minister of State for Defence, on how Erukaa died.

Read More

Olympic Eagles Set For Libya Clash In Tunisia

Cup holders Nigeria have begun the race towards a successful defence of their Africa U23 title in Tunisia on Wednesday when they take on their Libyan counterparts in a first round, first leg encounter of the qualification series.

Read More

Trump Accuses Social Media Of ‘Discrimination’ Against Right

  US President, Donald Trump, has accused social media of ‘discrimination’ against right. He said on Tuesday that Twitter and other social media are discriminating against conservatives. READ ALSO: 19 killed, Beira City Shut Off As Tropical Cyclone Slams Mozambique “It seems to be if they are conservative, if they are Republicans, in a certain group, … Continue reading Trump Accuses Social Media Of ‘Discrimination’ Against Right

Read More

I Am Not Homophobic, Says Evra After Social Media Spat With PSG

  Patrice Evra has hit back at accusations of homophobia after Paris Saint-Germain blasted the former France captain for calling the Ligue 1 club “a bunch of queers” in the aftermath of their Champions League exit to Manchester United. Earlier, PSG condemned “Patrice Evra’s homophobic insults aimed at us… on social media” after a bizarre … Continue reading I Am Not Homophobic, Says Evra After Social Media Spat With PSG

Read More

NAPTIP DG Raises Alarm Over New Human Trafficking Tricks

The Director General of the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP), Julie Okah-Donli, has raised an alarm over what he described as new tricks employed by human traffickers.

Read More

Air Crash: Senate Observes A Minute’s Silence For Bashua, Adesanmi

  The Senate on Tuesday observed a minute’s silence for a retired Nigerian Ambassador, Abiodun Bashua, and popular columnist, Professor Pius Adesanmi. The lawmakers paid tributes to the two men who died on March 10 in a tragedy that involved an airplane which crashed shortly after taking off from the airport in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. … Continue reading Air Crash: Senate Observes A Minute’s Silence For Bashua, Adesanmi

Read More

How To Avoid Snakebite

  If you live in a country with venomous snakes or are travelling to one, here are a few tips to avoid being bitten. – Do not provoke – Snakes usually will not attack unless they feel threatened. In the bush, wear sturdy leather shoes and stomp heavily when walking, striking with a stick on … Continue reading How To Avoid Snakebite

Read More

Wilder Confirms Heavyweight Title Defence Against Breazeale

  Deontay Wilder will defend his WBC heavyweight crown against Dominic Breazeale in May following the collapse of his proposed rematch with Tyson Fury, it was confirmed on Tuesday. Unbeaten heavyweight champion Wilder will face Breazeale on May 18 at New York’s Barclays Center after being ordered to make the defence by the WBC earlier … Continue reading Wilder Confirms Heavyweight Title Defence Against Breazeale

Read More