THROWBACK: Cambridge University Provides More Details On Buhari’s WASC Results

The University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate, UCLES, now Cambridge Assessment, has provided further details on the West African School Certificate, WASC, results presented by Muhammadu Buhari, the candidate of the All Progressives Candidate in the February 14 presidential election. In a new post on its website, the university confirmed result grades for the examination in 1961 were issued in numbers, not letters, as suggested by critics of Mr. Buhari who have dismissed the results he presented as fabricated. According to Cambridge, “Examination results were classed in grades from 1…

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Refusal To Pay N975M Was The Beginning Of My Problem With Health Ministry, Says NHIS Boss

The suspended Executive Secretary (ES) of the National Health Insurance Scheme  (NHIS), Professor Usman Yusuf, claimed yesterday  that his refusal pay the Federal  Ministry of Health N975m for a job NHIS was not aware of was responsible for his current ordeal. He told  a House of Representatives  investigative public hearing on the crisis rocking NHIS that a  probe panel set up by the Health Ministry was meant to indict him. He alleged that the panel was  paid N19m from NHIS account. Yusuf, who made his presentation at the final day…

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Toke Makinwa Celebrates 34th Birthday With Internet-Breaking Photos

Media personality and serial entrepreneur, Toke Makinwa is 34 today and she is celebrating with the sexiest photos of her to hit the internet yet. Toke Makinwa wears a white bikini in one set and a clay-coloured one in the other, as she flaunts her new curves. In one of the photos, she poses with a horse. She captioned, “The book of TM…. Chapter 34 – 03/11 “The big Cahuna”💥💥💥💥💥💥💥 A queen. A conqueror. Like a Phoenix you rise woman; after each fall you RISE. Keep rising fearlessly, burn the…

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Two Foreign Banks Shut Down Nigerian Operations

The Central Bank of Nigeria on Friday said two foreign banks, HSBC and UBS, have closed their offices in Nigeria. The CBN also revealed that foreign investment had fallen sharply from a year ago as FDI slumped to N379.84 billion ($1.2 billion) in the first half of the year from N532.63 billion ($1.7 billion) a year earlier. The apex bank also said that the outlook for the Nigerian economy in the second half was “optimistic” given increase in global oil prices and production. It added however that rising foreign debt…

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