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Top movie of 2024: Inside Out 2’ grosses $725 million worldwide

Top movie of 2024: Inside Out 2’ grosses $725 million worldwide

Pixar’s “Inside Out 2” has rapidly become the top movie of 2024, amassing approximately $725 million worldwide in just ten…
NLC kicks against calls for different minimum wage for states 

NLC kicks against calls for different minimum wage for states 

The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has opposed the call by some politicians for decentralizing minimum wage negotiations allowing states to…
Kunle Remi’s Muri & Ko grosses N50M in 7 days at cinemas 

Kunle Remi’s Muri & Ko grosses N50M in 7 days at cinemas 

Nollywood’s latest, Muri and Ko has made N50 million across cinemas in 7 days of its opening week. This performance…
‘Funmilayo Ransom Kuti’ exits cinemas with N157M, premieres on Prime Video 

‘Funmilayo Ransom Kuti’ exits cinemas with N157M, premieres on Prime Video 

Nollywood biopic “Funmilayo Ransom Kuti” has concluded its five-week exclusive run in Nigerian cinemas, grossing a total of N156.6 million.  …
Donald Trump proposes automatic Green cards for int’l students from US Colleges

Donald Trump proposes automatic Green cards for int’l students from US Colleges

Former United States President, Donald Trump recently proposed a significant change to the US immigration system, suggesting that Green Cards…
Billionaire ex-wife Melinda Gates worth $13.4B backs Joe Biden for President  

Billionaire ex-wife Melinda Gates worth $13.4B backs Joe Biden for President  

Melinda French Gates, one of the world’s wealthiest women, has endorsed the presidential candidate Joe Biden.   French Gates’s endorsement…
WHO announces global resurgence of cholera as Nigeria struggles to contain spread

WHO announces global resurgence of cholera as Nigeria struggles to contain spread

The World Health Organization (WHO) has announced a significant rise in cholera cases globally, with approximately 195,000 reported cases and…
UK study visas issued to Nigerians fell by 38% year-on-year in March 2024

UK study visas issued to Nigerians fell by 38% year-on-year in March 2024

The latest data released by the United Kingdom Home Office has revealed a 38% decline in study visas issued to…
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