On Monday, the Abuja airport road as blocked by protesters largerly youths, demanding the resignation of the President Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), over the rising insecurity in the country
The protesters under the aegis of #RevolutionNow not only blocked the Umaru Yar’Adua Way leading to the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja but also made bonfires on the ever-busy road, leaving motorists stranded.
Workers who live in Lugbe, Kuje, and other areas along the airport road were most hit by the protest as they made their way to the city centre to resume work after the weekend.
Policemen, who were later drafted to the scene of the protest around Dantata Bridge, however, succeeded in dispersing the protesters and removing the barricades.
Motorists and commuters had a hectic time following the traffic jam caused by the protest.
One of the leaders of the protesters, Micheal Adenola, told our correspondent that with the current situation in the country, the President would have resigned in a civilised country.
He said, “We were joined by other Nigerians, who were not satisfied with the level of hardship in the country, especially on the rising insecurity in the country. In a civilised country, the President would have resigned.”
‘Anything that has to do with Nigeria is embarrassing’ Actor Alesh laments after visiting the embassy in Washington DC
Nollywood actor Alesh Ola Sanni has vented his anger and laments bitterly about being called a Nigerian after visiting an embassy in Washington DC.
In a post shared on his Instagram page, the actor averred that anything associated with Nigeria's name is always embarrassing.
Giving reasons for his statement, the actor said he visited a Nigerian embassy in Washington DC, and there was no fan but only a fan for over thirty people.
In the video shared on his Instagram page, some people at the embassy was seen using paper to fan themselves over the heat being experienced.
He wrote: Anything that has to do with the name Nigeria is embarrassing imagine Nigerian Embassy here in Washington DC, no AC, just a...
Ahead of the resumption of its Continuous Voter Education next week, the Independent National Electoral Commission has introduced an online portal for registration.
The INEC Chairman, Mahmood Yakubu, in an statement released on Tuesday titled “Continuous Voter Registration: Media professionals, INEC agree to sensitise citizens,” said that the online registration will help to reduce the burden of long queues during CVR.
He said, “In the next one week, Monday 28th June 2021, the Commission will resume the Continuous Voter Registration nationwide.
“In doing so, the Commission is introducing a portal to enable eligible Nigerians to commence registration as voters online before completing the exercise physically at designated centres nationwide”.
“This is the first time a major exercise of this nature is handled partially...
‘I pride myself on being a smart woman’ Tolanibaj brags amidst being dragged for shaming vee during Reunion
Amidst being dragged for insulting and shaming her colleague, Vee, former BBNaija housemate, Tolanibaj took to social media to brag about her personality.
Tolanibaj, during a heated argument with Vee on the BBNaija Reunion show on Monday night, called Vee unprintable names claiming she had no degree certificate, and this earned her lots of criticisms from many Nigerians.
The reality TV star who seemed unbothered about what people are saying about her in a post shared on her Instagram story said she prides herself on being a smart, solid, growing, healing and relatable woman.
According to Tolanibaj, she's a versatile and dynamic woman and not just petty.
She wrote: I pride myself on being a smart woman, A solid woman. A...