Nigerian Kills Cousin In South Africa Over Business Transaction

A Nigerian man, identified as Batista, has killed his cousin, Ide, over a business transaction in South Africa. Batista killed Ide during a fisticuff around 7.30 p.m on Monday night in Kempton Park. According to a statement issued by the President, Nigeria Citizens Association South Africa, NICASA, Mr. Ben Okoli, the two men hailed from Imo State. The statement read: “NICASA has received information from our ward leader in Kempton Park, where two Nigerians engaged in a fight that led to the death of one of them. The two Nigerians…

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Tony Elumelu Foundation Disburses First Tranche of $5m Partnership Commitment from African Development Bank

AfDB Joins TEF Programme Catalysing Entrepreneurship Across Africa RL: Tony O. Elumelu, CON, Founder, Tony Elumelu Foundation and Akinwunmi Adesina, President, African Development Bank (AfDB) at the 2019 Tony Elumelu Foundation Entrepreneurship Forum – Africa’s largest entrepreneurship conference.  Tony O. Elumelu, CON, has congratulated the African Development Bank (AfDB), and AfDB President Akinwumi Adesina, on their commitment to African entrepreneurship, with the disbursement of $2.5million seed capital to the AfDB-sponsored beneficiaries of the 2019 TEF Entrepreneurship Programme. $2.5m was released today, with the remainder expected to be disbursed to the entrepreneurs…

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Tears As Slain Micheal Nnadi Seminarian Buried In Kaduna

Micheal Nnadi, the 18-year-old seminarian at the Good Shepherd Catholic Major Seminary in Kaduna State, who was abducted and killed by his captors, has been laid to rest. His remains were buried at the Good Shepard Seminary. Recall that Nnadi and three other seminarians were abducted from their hostel on January 10. While the three other victims were later released by the abductors, Nnadi was killed and his corpse found along the Kaduna-Abuja highway on February 2. In attendance at the funeral mass was Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, Mathew Kukah,…

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Slain Micheal Nnadi: Nigeria Is Like A Rudderless Ship Stranded On High Seas – Bishop Kukah

Bishop Matthew Hassan Kukah of the Catholic Diocese of Sokoto, on Tuesday, likened Nigeria the present administration to a ship stranded on the high seas, rudderless and with broken navigational aids. In his homily at the funeral Mass for late seminarian Michael Nnadi, at the Good Shepherd Seminary Kaduna, Kukah noted that Nigeria’s sins have caught up with her. “Today, our years of hypocrisy, duplicity, fabricated integrity, false piety, empty morality, fraud, and Pharisaism have caught up with us. Nigeria is on the crossroads and its future hangs precariously in…

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