May 2024

Astro Bot steals show at PlayStation preview

Sony has revealed a host of upcoming games to a mixed response. The console-maker’s State of Play broadcasts are a short collection of trailers and gameplay footage of forthcoming games. There’s been criticism that the company’s PS5 release calendar has been lacking the blockbuster exclusives that PlayStation built its name on. It doesn’t normally show

C’River gov gifts Super Eagles’ Moffi N10m for AFCON success

The Governor of Cross River State, Bassey Otu, has gifted the Super Eagles forward, Terem Moffi N10m for winning the silverware with the Super Eagles at the recently concluded Africa Cup of Nations in Ivory Coast. Moffi received the gift Thursday night in Calabar alongside his father and younger brother. Otu also commended the player

Abba Yusuf Visits NSA Ribadu Over Kano Emirate Tussle

The governor of Kano State Abba Yusuf has visited the National Security Adviser (NSA) Nuhu Ribadu over the emirate tussle in the North-West State. The meeting was held at the NSA’s office in Abuja with the governor tagging it a “fruitful engagement”. “I had a fruitful engagement with the National Security Adviser, Malam Nuhu Ribadu,

Osimhen Out Of South Africa, Benin Republic World Cup Qualifiers

Napoli hitman Victor Osimhen will not play in Nigeria’s 2026 World Cup qualification games against South Africa and the Benin Republic. The reigning CAF Footballer of the Year was listed in the squad to face South Africa on June 7 and the Squirrels of Benin Republic three days later. But on Tuesday, the team confirmed

Spain, Ireland And Norway Recognise Palestinian State

Spain, Ireland and Norway formally recognised a Palestinian state on Tuesday in a coordinated decision slammed by Israel as a “reward” for Hamas, more than seven months into the devastating Gaza war. The three European countries believe their initiative has a strong symbolic impact that could encourage others to follow suit. After Ireland’s government formally

World’s First Wooden Satellite Built By Japan Researchers

The world’s first wooden satellite has been built by Japanese researchers who said their tiny cuboid craft will be blasted off on a SpaceX rocket in September.Each side of the experimental satellite developed by scientists at Kyoto University and logging company Sumitomo Forestry measures just 10 centimetres (four inches). The creators expect the wooden material

Minimum Wage: TUC Knocks Unserious FG, Threatens Strike

The Trade Union Congress (TUC) has condemned what it described as the Federal Government’s nonchalant attitude over deliberations about a new minimum wage, threatening to strike if the issue is not resolved. “The government must be very serious in addressing the issue of a new minimum wage,” the president of the TUC Festus Osifo said.

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