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  1. How Matharoo Sisters got billionaires ruffled

    10.07 / 15:22 effiezy.com Effiezy.com - Politics
    It is believed that in this digital age where notoriety is as lucrative as popularity, Jyoti and Kiran Matharoo, the controversial Indian-Canadian sisters epitomise peculiar fame and privilege. For almost 10 years, the sisters were avatars of some powerful, fun-loving and wealthy Nigerians.They were spectacles at many top-end events in Lagos and Abuja. Many people…
  2. TStv to roll out November 1, offers 5,000 decoders for free

    10.07 / 13:12 effiezy.com Effiezy.com - Politics
    TS​tv​, Telecom Satellite Television, ​has ​announced that it would commence commercial roll-out of its decoders to Nigeria​ns​ by November 1, 2017. ​TStv ​Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer​, ​Bright Echefu, ​made the disclosure at the company’s head office in Abuja. He ​said ​from Monday, 5,000 ​​decoders ​would be given to customers for free​ in selected states and […]…
  3. Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe’s handshake with Ude Oko Chukwu in New York (Pics)

    10.07 / 13:12 effiezy.com Effiezy.com - Politics
    Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe, the lawmaker representing Abia South, is currently in the United States for series of events. The senator’s “clawing” handshake while greeting the deputy governor of Abia state; Udo Oko Chukwu – has got online users talking for obvious reasons. Senator Abaribe, Abia deputy governor and his wife, Chief Chuku Chuku, Chief Greg…
  4. Why EFCC, ICPC, others continue to lose corruption cases in court – Ex- Minister, Akin Olujimi

    10.07 / 12:50 effiezy.com Effiezy.com - Politics
    Former Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Nigeria, Akin Olujimi, on Friday explained why the police, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Independent Corrupt Practices Commission (ICPC), continue to lose corruption cases in court. He explained that the ugly trend was due to lack of thorough investigation. Olujimi noted that the fight against…
  5. Youths protest against SARS in Rivers

    10.07 / 12:50 effiezy.com Effiezy.com - Politics
    Hundreds of youths in Rivers State yesterday, staged a peaceful protest in Port Harcourt, condemning the activities of some operatives of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) of the state police command. Protesting on the platform of Niger Delta Non-Violence Youth Leaders Assembly (NDNYLA), they marched through some major streets in Port Harcourt with placards that…
  6. WOW!! Federal Government receives 400,000 alert from whistle blowers (Read)

    10.07 / 12:50 effiezy.com Effiezy.com - Politics
    The Federal Government is in receipt of no fewer than 400,000 telephone short messages from whistleblowers on looted funds, Information and Culture Minister, Lai Mohammed, said yesterday. Mohammed told The Nation on Saturday that contrary to speculations that the Whistleblowers Policy might be on the wane, it is thriving quietly and the “discreet but vigorous […
  7. President Buhari’s 360,000 jobs for youths ready soon

    10.07 / 08:45 effiezy.com Effiezy.com - Politics
    Godwin Emefiele, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) governor has said that the federal government is set to provide 360,000 jobs in the agriculture sector for youths nationwide. Emefiele disclosed this at a stakeholders’ meeting on the operational framework for the Accelerated Agricultural Development Scheme (AADS), under which the jobs will be created. He said […
  8. Osinbajo speaks on Biafra agitation, herdsmen attacks, recovered loot

    10.07 / 03:38 effiezy.com Effiezy.com - Politics
    Yemi Osinbajo, Nigeria’s Vice President, has spoken about the Biafra agitation, recovered loot and attacks by herdsmen across the country. According to him, most of the clamour about marginalisation are “not factual”. Osinbajo pointed out that whereas the South-east have been complaining about the composition of the military service chiefs, the zone enjoyed such dominance [R…
  9. Indonesia Traffic Jam Forces President Out Of Car, Walks 2Km To State Event

    10.07 / 03:38 effiezy.com Effiezy.com - Politics
    President Joko Widodo of Indonesia, on his way to an important state event, got stuck in traffic forcing him and his security detail to get out of his car and walk 2 kilometers to get there. Indonesia’s notorious traffic congestion was on display for the world Thursday after the country’s president was forced to walk…
  10. NLC protest against bad companies in Lagos turns violent, blows exchanged (video)

    10.07 / 03:38 effiezy.com Effiezy.com - Politics
    Ahead of what seems to be a Cool day the protest in Lagos by NLC against companies that are encouraging bad working conditions has turned violent and led to exchange of blows. The protesters were accosted by some company representatives on their way and attempts made to stop them which led to chaos. Some of…
  11. Nassarawa First lady, Mairo Al-Makura secures release of 70 prisoners

    10.07 / 03:38 effiezy.com Effiezy.com - Politics
    The First Lady of Nassarawa State, Mairo Al-Makura, has secured the freedom of no fewer than 70 inmates of Lafia Prison. She reportedly did so through the payment of the fines for their offences. Mrs. Al-Makura, who was represented by the former Secretary to the Nasarawa State Government, Hajia Zainab Ahmed, said the inmates had…
  12. Government not doing enough to raise education standard‎ – Buhari

    10.07 / 03:38 effiezy.com Effiezy.com - Politics
    President Muhammadu Buhari openly confessed, yesterday, that his government had not done enough to raise the standard of education in Nigeria to an expected level. Speaking through the Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, at the celebration of World Teachers’ Day in Abuja, Buhari said the country’s falling state of education was occasioned by poor wages [&#…