Latest News news in Nigeria today: What I do with Church Members Money, Diamond Bank Unfettered in the Face of Merger, and I Love All My Sons and Baby Mamas By Wizkid. Continue reading iDonsabi for more…
1. Buhari’s 2019 Budget Title Highly Disturbing- Abubakar
The National Publicity Secretary of the Grassroots Development Party of Nigeria, GDPN Barrister Yelwa Abubakar has declared President Buhari’s body language towards the 2019 general elections ‘highly disturbing’.
She expressed concern over the presentation of the 2019 national budget to the National Assembly which President Buhari titled: “Budget of Continuity”.
2. Diamond Bank Unfettered in the Face of Merger
Despite Diamond bank’s weak credit profile that has forced it to enter into a merger with Access Bank PLC, Diamond Bank still remains unfettered.
Diamond Bank has announced the launch of new exciting features on its mobile app to provide customers unrivalled experience in bill payments and other transactions.
According to Sam Aneke, Head, Transaction and Electronic banking at Diamond Bank, They are pleased to announce the launch of new exciting features on the Diamond Mobile app.
3. I Love All My Sons and Baby Mamas- Wizkid
Wizkid has finally broken silence on his relationship with his sons and baby mamas.
During his performance on Sunday at his ‘Made in Lagos’ Concert, a fan presented him with a painting of himself and Zion, Wizkid said the painting should be redone to include his other sons: Boluwatife and Ayo.
He then added that he loved all his sons, Boluwatife, Ayo and Zion equally, and that they meant the world to him.
He also declared that he loved all his baby mamas.
4. Gunmen Kidnap 2 Catholic Priests in Anambra
Unknown gunmen have kidnapped two Catholic priests at Nneyi Umeri area of Anambra.
The clergymen were abducted while on their way back from Onitsha on Monday evening.
Anonymous sources said the kidnapped priests were serving in St. Teresa’s Catholic Church, Umueze Anam, and were kidnapped at Nneyi village at about 7.30 pm on Monday.
5. 14 Soldiers Killed On Christmas Eve
The Nigerian Army said on Tuesday that 13 of their soldiers including a Policeman were killed in a fierce gunfight with Boko Haram terrorists along the Maiduguri-Damaturu highway on Christmas eve.
According to the Army, the Boko Haram terrorists laid an ambush on the troops but they fought their way through, killing many of the terrorists.
6. What I Do with Church Members’ Offering, Tithes- OPM Pastor
Founder of Omega Power Ministry, OPM Worldwide, Apostle Chibuzor Chinyere, has revealed what he does with church members’ offerings which he said is the secret of his success.
He said that he used the offering and tithes from church members in 150 branches across the globe to ameliorate the sufferings of the poor people and the less privileged in the society.
7. Nigeria’s Continued Import of Refined Products is Unacceptable — NUPENG
Nigeria Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas, NUPENG Workers, has announced that the Union is no longer at ease with the country’s continued dependence on imported refined products, begging the president to do everything within his power to put an end to that.
8. Onazi Faces Long Term Injury Lay Off
Super Eagles midfielder, Ogenyi Onazi faces a long spell in the rehabilitation room after he suffered Achilles tendon rapture as his club Trabzonspor beat Rizespor 4-1 in Turkish league yesterday.
9. Obi of Onitsha Inaugurates ‘Golibe Festival’
The Obi of Onitsha, Igwe Alfred Acehebe, has on Tuesday inaugurated the ‘Golibe festival’. He described it as a cultural innovation designed to reinvigorate and reposition the Onitsha culture and economy.
In his words, “Golibe is instituted to re-engineer Onitsha into a vibrant 21st century city and globally acclaimed destination for commerce and cultural tourism”.
10. The Igbo are to Nigeria What Israel is to the World – Ohanaeze
Ohanaeze Ndigbo has said that Nigeria will continue to wallow in abject socio-political, economic and developmental blindness until an Igbo man becomes the president and that the Igbos are to Nigeria what Israel is to the world today.
The spokesman for the Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Uche Achi-Okpaga, said this while reacting to a statement by VP, Osinbajo that the South-West would produce the President in 2023 after President Buhari had said he didn’t expect Prof. Osinbajo to say a different thing.