At Jere town, Kagarko LGA Kaduna State Today, 19 Notorious Kidnappers Terrorizing Abuja-Kaduna-Kano Express Way and Criminals Selling AK47 Rifles and Military Uniforms to the Kidnappers were all arrested by the Nigerian police force.
The Kidnappers were Paraded before the Press by the FPRO CSP Jimoh Moshood today in Jere town, Kagarko Local Government Area Kaduna State. 8 AK47 Rifles and Several Locally made guns, Ammunition and Military Uniforms Recovered from the Kidnappers.
The youngest self-made billionaire in the world has been confirmed to be John Collison.
He is the co-founder and President of Stripe.
He founded the tech company along with his older brother Patrick Collison, Stripe’s CEO, in 2010, when he was only 19.
Now Collison, 27, can call himself the youngest self-made billionaire in the world, with a net worth totaling $1.1 billion after Stripe’s $9 billion valuation in 2016.
The company was designed to transform the way websites accept online payments, and it’s a favorite of huge companies like Lyft and Facebook.
Though the siblings have struck Silicon Valley gold, they haven’t forgotten their humble roots in small-town Ireland.
John Collison who is originally from Ireland went to the US to attend Harvard – until he dropped out to focus on Stripe in Silicon Valley.
Today, Collison enjoys flying planes, running, and hiking with members of the...
Whatsapp, a.k.a Wasop or Wazzap or Wosap, is a lovely platform that heightens interactivity. Don’t you just love how people you gave your number start texting you, even when you do not like them enough to get chatsy?
Phone screens embolden us to vent words we dare not speak, and so people have the liver to text unfortunate words at us. Unlike other social media platforms that give you anonymity, you are careful what you use as updates. (For the fear of being disinherited, you can’t afford to let your family know if you really think Blue is the Warmest Colour.)
Based on “research”, I have compiled a list of different kinds of people on your Whatsapp list. Here they are:
Once upon a time, some of these broadcasters chided us saying, “You press phone too much.” You have headache and next thing: “Why won’t you have headache...
As soon as he pads into the smart lobby of a Leeds hotel, 25-year-old Nigerian pop star Davido — wearing Gucci slippers and a merch shirt from his 30 Billion world tour — is accosted by excited staff requesting selfies. One woman tells him: “I listen to your music every day!”
Davido, aka David Adedeji Adeleke, is slightly jet-lagged, but amiable. He’s arrived in Leeds to perform at the 2017 Mobo Awards, where he’ll also receive the Best African Act trophy. This isn’t Davido’s first UK trip; he’s previously packed out club shows here.
He has, however, reached a point where his success across Africa is translating into international recognition. Having signed a major label deal with Sony, his triumphant latest single “Fia” follows “If” and “Fall” (the latter tracks so far amassing 54.7m and 38m views respectively on YouTube).
David Adeleke has won Best African Act at the MTV...