This 92-year-old woman caught trafficking cocaine says she is CIA agent

“SHE CLAIMS SHE HAS SHIPPED HEROIN FOR THE CIA DURING THE VIETNAM WAR AND HAD SMUGGLED LARGE QUANTITIES OF COCAINE ABOARD PLANES DURING THE REAGAN ERA,” A LAREDO OFFICIAL TOLD REPORTERS.

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Gov. Wike: Rivers State Is Not Part Of Biafra

The Governor of Rivers State Nigeria, Nyesom Wike, has stressed that Nigeria must remain an indivisible and united nation, saying the government and people of Rivers will not be part of the agitation to break up the country. Speaking on Tuesday at the Sultan's palace in Sokoto when he led a high-powered delegation of traditional … Continue reading Gov. Wike: Rivers State Is Not Part Of Biafra

Video: King orders dead man’s body exhumed for not participating in communal labour

The king of Assin Dansame in Assin North District, Central Region of Ghana, Nana Twum Barimah 'V' has ordered for the corpse of one Koo Emma a native of the town to be exhumed after being buried for some hours at thee town's cemetery.The reason according to the king (Nana Twum Barima V) was that, … Continue reading Video: King orders dead man’s body exhumed for not participating in communal labour

Shocking Photos : These villagers ROAST their dead with firewood and store, not bury

The Dani people from the central highlands of western New Guinea, Indonesia, have been able to preserve their dead for centuries with smoke. Though the technique is no longer in use, this tribe in Wogi – a village close to the regional capital, Wamena, has held on to a number of mummies. Smoking someone over … Continue reading Shocking Photos : These villagers ROAST their dead with firewood and store, not bury

Video: Nnamdi Kanu’s Release Sparks Jubilation in Ghana

Members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) in Ghana have expressed massive joy following the release of their international leader Nnamdi Kanu who has been in detention under the Buhari led Nigerian government.  Our team interviewed one of the IPOB leaders in Ghana Mr. Obinna Chigozie Ugwochiama and he had a lot to say … Continue reading Video: Nnamdi Kanu’s Release Sparks Jubilation in Ghana

BBNAIJA WINNER EFE EJEBA SPEAKS: What I regret doing in the Big Brother House.

Big Brother Naija winner, Efe Ejeba, arrived Nigeria on Monday night and attended his first ever press conference at the Wheatbaker Hotel in Ikoyi on Tuesday morning. The 23-year-old rapper was announced as a new Payporte Brand Ambassador alongside Bisola, the first runner up of the TV Reality Show. PREMIUM TIMES had a chat with … Continue reading BBNAIJA WINNER EFE EJEBA SPEAKS: What I regret doing in the Big Brother House.

Men who impregnate teenage schoolgirls to pay GHC250 fine, teachers GHC300

Any man who impregnates a teenage girl in any basic school at Gnani, a community in the Yendi Municipality of the Northern Region of Ghana, will be fined GHC250 while male teachers will pay GHC300. In addition to the fine, the culprit be required to pay for antenatal expenses to be determined by the victim’s … Continue reading Men who impregnate teenage schoolgirls to pay GHC250 fine, teachers GHC300

Niger Delta militants reject NDDC’s conditions for project execution

The Niger Delta Watchdogs (a militant group), has rejected the requirements set for contractors by the Niger Delta Development Commission for the execution of projects in the oil rich region. The militant group, in a statement signed by its leader, General John Duku, described the requirements as intimidating. They stated on Thursday that the requirements … Continue reading Niger Delta militants reject NDDC’s conditions for project execution

Ghana launches National Alcohol Policy

Ghana has launched a National Alcohol Policy after years of working with key stakeholders to combine the fragmented laws that exist on the production, distribution sale, advertising and consumption of the commodity. The 33-page document would now set out a policy direction aimed at regulating the production, distribution sale, advertising and consumption of alcohol, with … Continue reading Ghana launches National Alcohol Policy

Four ex-militants employed as varsity lecturers

Four ex-militants have been employed as university lecturers after dropping their arms, going back to school and graduating with First Class Honours after their Bachelor’s degrees. The ex-militants were employed as lec­turers by Benson Idahosa Uni­versity in Edo State. This was disclosed by the co-ordinator of the Presi­dential Amnesty Programme (PAP) and Special Adviser to … Continue reading Four ex-militants employed as varsity lecturers