Uzoma Emenike argued the crisis Nigerians face is not unique, saying “it happens everywhere.”
Charge of conspiracy to commit bank and wire fraud provides for a sentence of up to 30 years in prison, five years of supervised release, a fine of up to $1 million.
Detectives pieced together CCTV footage and financial evidence to link Adekunle Olaleye Fadare to five separate sexual assaults, four of which took place on the same day.
Bamidele Muraina, 35, of Oyo, Nigeria, was sentenced…to five years and ten months in prison to be followed by three years of supervised release.
Mr Akinyemi-Dele, whose father hails from Lagos State and his mother from Czech Republic, would need more support to make the final cut.
UK charity IA-Foundation has described as shameful the mass abduction of Nigerian schoolchildren by bandits, calling on the UK government to help Nigeria.
“The attention of the consulate has been drawn to the operations of a website, www.nigerianpassports.com purporting to be a platform for processing Nigerian passports.”
The Democratic nominee for the mayor of New York City, has pledged to establish a sister city agreement between New York and Lagos to boost economic development.
Mrs Ezekwesili will teach two post-graduate courses on Democracy and Africa’s Political Distortions and Resolving Africa’s Economic Philosophy Dilemma in her new role.
Nigerians in Italy have advised ex-Edo commissioner Osaze Osemwengie-Ero not to protest against the Italian government but instead seek judicial interventions.