Date
June 25, 2018

2019: APC drops ‘Change’ slogan, adopts ‘Progress’

The All Progressives Congress (APC) has dropped the ‘Change’ slogan and adopted ‘Progress’ as its new slogan.  Vanguard reports that the party made this change at its convention on Sunday, June 24. One of the masters of ceremonies at the convention reportedly announced that delegates should no longer chorus ‘change’ anytime the name of the party is chanted. He said: “I want to announce that when shout APC, the appropriate response should now be Progress and not Change.” Articles 4 of the APC Constitution as amended lists ‘Change’ as the slogan of the party and it has not been amended yet. Meanwhile, NEWS FLAKES further gathered that the national leader of [Read]

15 feared dead in Cross River/Ebonyi clash

Fifteen persons are feared killed in renewed hostilities between the Igbeagu Community in Izzi Local Government Area of Ebonyi State and the Ukelle Community in Yala Local Government Area of Cross River State. Farmland, produce, animals and property worth millions of naira were destroyed in the crisis.   Ukelle is about seven hours from Calabar, the Cross River capital. Clashes between the communities have been consistent in recent times, often leading to deaths. The clashes, it was gathered the clash followed tussle over land ownership, as both communities share a common boundary. Though it could not be immediately ascertained what triggered the fight this time.   But a resident from [Read]

BREAKING: D’banj’s One-Year-Old Son Dies In Pool Accident

Popular Nigerian Singer and entertainer, D’banj and wife Lineo Didi have lost their son, Daniel. Daniel Oyebanjo III who turned a year in May died on Sunday after he drowned inside a pool at Dbanj’s residence in ikoyi, Lagos State. D’banj took to his Instagram page with a black image post to confirm the death, writing: “Trying Times. But my God is Always and Forever Faithful.” It was learnt that D’banj was in Los Angeles to attend the 2018 BET Awards when the tragedy occurred. Our source gathered that the remains of the child have been moved to the morgue. Saharareporters [Read]

BREAKING: Herdsmen attack 11 Plateau villages, kill 86, torch 50 Houses

• Six injured , 50 houses burnt • Plateau places three LGAs under curfew Fresh reports reaching NEWS FLAKES NG as at PRESS TIME have it that Plateau State was on Sunday thrown into mourning with the killing of 86 persons in the attacks on about 11 communities in the Gashish District by suspected Fulani herdsmen . The Police Command in Plateau State had earlier on Sunday confirmed the attacks, saying it had only recovered 11 corpses from some of the villages . But residents had insisted that about 200 people were killed by the marauding herdsmen . However , the police later issued a statement that indicated that the [Read]