Emmanuel Macron Names Édouard Philippe As New French Prime Minister

By Christian Smith Emmanuel Macron, the new French president has chosen a centre-right mayor from the conservative Republicans party as his new prime minister. 39-year-old Macron who was sworn in on Sunday confirmed on his first full day in office today that Philippe, 46, the mayor of the Normandy port town, Le Havre, will lead his government. In… Read More Emmanuel Macron Names Édouard Philippe As New French Prime Minister

Merkel’s Christian Democratic Wins “Important” German State Election

By Christian Smith Chancellor Angela Merkel’s party has scored an important win in Sunday’s regional election. Christian Democratic Union defeated the center-left Social Democrats in their strong hold at western state of North Rhine-Westphalia – which is a home state of Martin Schulz, the national leader and SPD candidate for chancellor. The CDU won 34.5 percent compared… Read More Merkel’s Christian Democratic Wins “Important” German State Election

Hull City Relegated From Premier League After Losing 4-0 To Crystal Palace

By Christian Smith Hull have been relegated from the Premier League following its disappointing 4-0 defeat from Crystal Palace. Marco Silva’s side who needed to win today’s match dropped back to the Championship division, along with Middlesbrough and Sunderland. Brighton on the other hand has been promoted to the premier league. Meanwhile Tottenham Hotspur will… Read More Hull City Relegated From Premier League After Losing 4-0 To Crystal Palace

Pope Francis Appoints Nigerian Priest As Vatican Diplomatic Representative In Ireland

By Christian Smith Pope Francis has appointed, for the first time, a Nigerian priest, Archbishop Thaddeus Okolo as the new ambassador to Ireland. As ambassador, Archbishop Okolo who speaks Igbo, English, French, Italian, Czech, Spanish and German, will serve as liaison between the Irish government and the Vatican. One of his responsibilities as Apostolic Nuncio,… Read More Pope Francis Appoints Nigerian Priest As Vatican Diplomatic Representative In Ireland

Conservative To Increase Defence Spending; While Labour Proposes Scrap To Tuition Fees

By Abdul Tukur Michael Fallon has said that the Conservative party will spend at least two percent of GDP (Gross domestic product) on defence. The manifesto pledge would mean that if Theresa May wins the election in June, defence spending will increase at least .5% above inflation. Ahead of the June 8 election, the bank… Read More Conservative To Increase Defence Spending; While Labour Proposes Scrap To Tuition Fees

EXPOSED: How Magu Of EFCC Was Caught Pant-Down At NIC Over Illegal Dismissal of Staff

Exclusive: By Adenike Lucas A former senior operative of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC who instituted a claim against the acting chair of the commission over his unfair dismissal has began his case in high spirit. The ex EFCC staff who was one of the pioneer members of the anti-graft agency was accused… Read More EXPOSED: How Magu Of EFCC Was Caught Pant-Down At NIC Over Illegal Dismissal of Staff

Massive Corruption In Magu’s EFCC, Operatives Acquire Billion Naira Properties

By 247ureports.com  The anti-corruption effort by the Mohammadu Buhari administration may have been the selling point for the Buhari campaign mantra during the period leading up to his arrival at the Presidential Villa. The President’s body language and action in the early days of his administration seemed promising and at par with promises made during… Read More Massive Corruption In Magu’s EFCC, Operatives Acquire Billion Naira Properties

David Beckham Makes Screen Debut In King Arthur

By Christian Smith Former England and Manchester United captain has made a screen debut in the new film King Arthur: Legend of the Sword. In the cameo appearance, Beckham plays a character named Trigger. The film directed by Guy Ritchie will be released tomorrow (May 12) but Beckham’s performance has received a mixed review. One fan, Paul Andrew… Read More David Beckham Makes Screen Debut In King Arthur

GE2017: Thousands Of People Rally Behind Jeremy Corbyn In York

By Abdul Tukur Over two thousand people gathered at St Helen’s square, York on Wednesday to see Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of the Labour party. Mr Corbyn who has promised to re-nationalise the railway and part of the energy services received a warm welcome from the huge crowd. This is not the first time that… Read More GE2017: Thousands Of People Rally Behind Jeremy Corbyn In York