Miss Tourism Ogun Nigeria 2016 Beauty Queen stun in Christmas photoshoot

MTOGUN 2016 Queen Nwankwo Chinyere Gift dazzle in this photoshoot! The Anambra state born model who was recently crowned Miss Tourism Ogun Nigeria 2016, releases new photos to feed your eyes and mind. Don’t you love how regal she looks in the first picture? Queen Gift is a graduate of botany from Olabisi Onabanjo University,… Read More Miss Tourism Ogun Nigeria 2016 Beauty Queen stun in Christmas photoshoot

Police rescue kidnap victim, arrests four suspects in Enugu

The Enugu state Police Command, has rescued Miss Chinenye Nwobodo, 18, a kidnapped victim in Ugbawka forest in Nkanu East Local Government Area. The Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), Mr Ebere Amaraizu, made the disclosure on Tuesday in Enugu in a statement issued to newsmen. He said the victim was rescued in the early hours… Read More Police rescue kidnap victim, arrests four suspects in Enugu

France’s President, Francois Hollande names Interior Minister as nation’s new Prime Minister

French President Francois Hollande on Tuesday named Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve to head his Socialist government until a new president is elected next May. The shake-up was prompted by the resignation as prime minister of Manuel Valls, who announced on Monday that he would seek to run for president next year. Hollande himself announced last… Read More France’s President, Francois Hollande names Interior Minister as nation’s new Prime Minister

GoDaddy Inc. set to buy Host Europe Group

U.S.-based website domain name provider GoDaddy Inc. said it would buy peer Host Europe Group for 1.69 billion euros ($1.82 billion). The buy-out includes Host Europe Group’s debt, as GoDaddy Inc. looks to expand beyond the initial set-up of websites. GoDaddy said it would explore options for HEG’s PlusServer managed hosting business, including a possible… Read More GoDaddy Inc. set to buy Host Europe Group

Los Angeles beef up security at rail line due to foreign threat

Federal and Los Angeles officials said on Monday they had been alerted by authorities in another country to a “specific” threat against the city’s Red Line commuter rail system, prompting them to beef up security and alert the public. “This threat is imminent, … it is very specific,” Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck told… Read More Los Angeles beef up security at rail line due to foreign threat