CHIEF Etuk-Udo Sampson, the late father of a senior Niger Delta journalist and editor, Akanimo Sampson who was abducted by Kidnappers in Abia State, Eastern Nigeria in June 2010, has appealed to aggrieved Nigerian youths to shun
all forms of terrorism and kidnapping of citizens for the sake of the country.
Family sources say the departed senior citizen had wished to witness a Nigeria devoid of Boko Haram, herdsmen terrorism
and acts of insurgency by aggrieved ethnic and regional militia.
Security agencies in Nigeria have given assurances to the Nigerian mediamen that they would maintain a balance between openness and national security.
They have, however, called on the nation’s media owners and practitioners to walk the fine balance between openness on one hand and national security on the other.
The Security operatives have raised the alarm of plans by some groups to disrupt the processes leading to the 2019 elections.
The evil plan, according to security, was for the groups to create a stalemate.
They warned the media against the activities of some unregistered groups that had lately been active in trying to undermine critical institutions such the law-enforcement agencies and the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).
The farm of former Zimbabwe First Lady, Grace Mugabe sits on gold deposits and it is a secret known to illegal miners who have now swooped on it.
Since she is no more in power, with her deposed husband, Robert Mugabe, she found that she could do nothing about it.
Controversial Nollywood actress, Tonto Dikeh says her much anticipated reality TV show “KingTonto’’ will hit screens across the country and beyond soon.
The 33 year-old singer and mother of one revealed this on Thursday via her instagram handle, @tontolet with a 30 seconds sneak preview video of herself in different outfits with a crown on her head.