Hanan Buhari's wedding: Aisha Buhari expresses anger at Bulama Mustapha's wedding cartoon
Nigeria's first lady, Aisha Buhari is angry at the moment. The controversial first lady is attacking a popular Daily Trust cartoonist, Bulama Mustapha, over a cartoon on the wedding of her daughter, Hanan. In the cartoon, Mustapha depicted the First Lady holding up the wedding invite of her daughter while Nigerians drowned in a pool of blood with a message: “At least you can enjoy the pictures”.
Son of Billionaire entangled with MBGN ex-finalist in BBNaija House, Emmy to be held online and more
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Lagos conducts over 42,000 COVID-19 tests as 177 dies, COVID-19 cases worldwide now 11.34 million and more
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WhatsApp security flaw: Over 60,000 groups still accessible online
A DW exclusive investigation shows thousands of links to private WhatsApp groups can still be easily found online, despite public outrage which led the company to change its stance and remove them from Google.
A safer internet and the stupid things we do online
You don't have to be savvy to be safe online. Just sensible. Avoid doing these 5 things, ranked by their increasing stupidity.
German online shoppers are serial returners
Germans are more and more likely to return items they have bought online, a new poll shows. The under 30s are the worst offenders, with fashion retailers most affected.
Nigerian presidency awaits briefing on Adeosun's alleged certificate forgery
A local online news portal, Premium Times, over the weekend, alleged that Nigeria's Finance Minister Kemi Adeosun failed to undertake the mandatory year of national service and fraudulently obtained an exemption certificate 20 years after her graduation.
Piggybank.ng secures $1.1mn seed funding
Online and mobile app savings platform, Piggybank.ng recently announced that it has closed on seed funding of $1.1 million dollars from international and Pan-African investors. Somto Ifezue, Co-founder, and CEO of Piggybank.ng joins CNBC Africa to discuss this. https://www.cnbcafrica.com/videos/