Jumbrox Challenge 2018: Dissecting The Nexus Between Oil and The Economy

By Akinwale Kasali In respect to the call by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, UNESCO, for the government to improve the standard of education in Nigeria, especially at the tertiary level. UNESCO also faulted the lack of coexistence, interdependence, unity, cohesiveness, qualitative educational competitiveness, good educational structure/foundation, healthy and friendly relationship among undergraduates in the country, making them unable to compete with their peers around the world. In this vein, Jumbrox Challenge, a brain-child of Jumbrox Ltd, an ICT company, has for the past two years held…

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2019: Galadima Plots Against Buhari

By Stephen Ubanna Not  many people were surprised when Buba Galadima , a close political  ally  of President Muhammadu Buhari, Administration , finally turned his back against the party and started plotting for his fall in the 2019 general election. The Magazine learnt that there have been security reports about him about his activities in the All progressives Congress, APC, which was not favourable to the President but was ignored. He was said to have been told to watch out a split in the Party. Galadima, according to sources has…

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Three APC Governors, 40 Senators, 110 Reps Abandon Buhari, Announce Exit from APC

By Chidiebere Onyemaizu The Source has been informed that the full impact of the hemorrhage in the All Progressives Congress, APC will be felt next week when the party’s 40 senators, 110 House of Reps members, three sitting governors, two former governors and a plethora of members of Houses of Assembly in states under the control of the APC, pleading factionalization in the party, formally announce their exit from the APC. Many of them, it was gathered, will be declaring their allegiance and membership of Reformed All Progressives Congress, R-APC.…

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Psychic Cat That Predicted Nigeria Loss Dies

A “psychic” cat in China that correctly predicted the outcome of six World Cup games has met an untimely end, prompting thousands to pour out their grief on Chinese social media. The orange-furred tabby, named “Baidian’er”, which means “white spot” in Chinese, was a stray that prowled around the Palace Museum in Beijing’s Forbidden City. He was offered two bowls of food, with the flags of competing World Cup teams stuck in the ground behind them. Baidian’er correctly predicted the results of six World Cup games. He achieved such fame…

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SS 3 Student Impregnated By Five Teachers

By Akinwale Kasali Sa’adatu, a SS3 student of the Polytechnic Staff School, Birnin-Kebbi, in Kebbi State has indicted five male teachers of having sexual relationship with her leading to her pregnancy. The alleged randy teachers who were the tutor of Sa’adatu had on several occasions at different times had sex with the student, putting the girl in a state of confusion to ascertain who actually impregnated her among the randy teachers. The victim could not, however, identify who among the teachers was responsible for the pregnancy. It was gathered that…

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