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Naira abuse: EFCC, Cubana Chief Priest To Out-of-Court

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) and a well-known socialite and businessman, Pascal Okechukwu (Cubana Chief Priest), have reached a settlement outside the court regarding the charge of Naira abuse. The charge was previously brought against him by the anti-graft agency at the Federal High Court in Lagos.

‘I’ Hate Drake Big Time – Kendrick Lamar Revealed

American rapper Kendrick Lamar has disclosed that he is a big hater of Drake in his new diss track titled, ‘Euphoria.’ He declared himself as Drake’s “biggest hater.” According to him, everything about the Canadian rapper irritates him. In his statement, “It’s all been about love and hate, but let me say I’m the biggest hater, “I hate the way that you walk, the way that you talk, 

Gospel Singer Morenikeji Is Dead

Morenikeji Adeleke, a popular gospel singer, also known as Egbin Orun, is dead. This was confirmed in an Instagram post on Sunday by her colleague Esther Igbekele. Igbekele, who posted with the username @estherigbekele, expressed sadness over the demise of the late singer whom she described as a “beautiful and kind-hearted woman” who was supportive of her. According to Igbekele, they had recently spoken, not knowing of the impending tragedy.

Naira Abuse: EFCC Please Forgive Me- Portable

Portable, a street hop musician by name, Habeeb Okikiola, has seek the forgiveness of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) over spraying of naira on his fans in the past.

MultiChoice Plan Price Hike: Tribunal Halt DSTV, Gotv From Increasing Subscription fee

Competition and Consumer Protection Tribunal (CCPT), a federal Government parastatal sitting in Abuja, has today approached court to, restrained MultiChoice Nigeria Limited from increasing its tariffs and cost of products and services slated to commence by May 1, 2024. The three-member tribunal, presided over by Saratu Shafii, gave the interim order following an ex-parte motion moved by Ejiro Awaritoma, counsel for the applicant, Festus Onifade. 

Bobrisky Appeal Against Sentence

Idris Okuneye, popularly known as Bobrisky, a controversial cross-dresser, has filed a notice of appeal on Monday to challenge the maximum six-month sentence given to him by a Federal High Court in Lagos.  Bobrisky, who was convicted of currency mutilation and abuse of the naira, currency mutilation and abuse of the naira,  is urging the appellate court to set aside the sentence and release him.

Junior Pope: Police Recovers Three More Bodies

The Anambra State Police Command revealed on Friday, that it recovered the three remaining bodies of the victims of a boat mishap that claimed the life of popular Nollywood actor John Paul Odonwodo, better known as Junior Pope, on Wednesday along the coastine of River Niger. The latest information was made public in a press statement by the state police spokesman, SP Tochukwu Ikenga. According to Ikenga the Marine Police of the Anambra State Command recovered the two bodies on Thursday, April 11, 2024, while the last one was washed in by the tide this morning. "All the bodies have been deposited in the hospital mortuary in Asaba while the President of the Guild of Actors and Actresses has been notified of the recovery." Ikenga said.

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