Couple who started Hand Sanitiser business set to make £30m

United Kingdom couple who set up hand sanitizer business just 12 weeks ago are on a track to make £30million (N14.6b) from the business.According to DailyMail UK, husband and wife team, Andrew, 47, and Rachel Montague, 48, founded their company in March just as the pandemic hit and most of Europe went into lockdown.

Mike Tyson breaks down following his daughter’s death in horrifying accident

Mike Tyson is one of the toughest men on the planet – a former World Champion and the youngest man to win the title.

His incredible sporting achievements saw him crowned the youngest boxer to win a heavyweight title when he was just 20.

Oscar-winning producer, Ronald Schwary dies at 76 – RIP

Oscar-winning film producer Ronald Shcwary has died. The filmmaker, best known for making 1980 drama Ordinary People, was 76.

His sad death was announced by his sons Neil and Brian.

Face mask can cause failed ATM transactions – Banks

Nigeria Banks have advised customers to remove their face masks when carrying out transactions through Automated Teller Machines to ensure that their faces are properly recognised.

Findings revealed that some banks have installed face detection features in their ATMs which can prevent an ATM from dispensing cash if it is unable to recognise the face of the user.

Actress Funke Akindele gifts Pa James new apartment after his was sacked by flood

Veteran Nollywood actor, Pa James, was recently the subject of discussion on social media after his home was sacked by flood for the umpteenth time.Well-meaning Nigerians and colleagues had taken to social media to call for help on the actor’s behalf.

Andrew Yakubu: $9.7m, £74000 Found In My House By EFCC Were Given To Me As Gifts

Former Group Managing Director of the NigerianJ National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, Mr. Andrew Yakubu, who is facing money laundering charge, on Wednesday, told the Federal High Court in Abuja that $9.7million and £74, 000.00 the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, found in his house in 2017, were part of monies people gave to him as gifts.

Yakubu, who opened his defence before the trial court, said he received the monies in tranches of not more than $10, 000 and not more than £5, 000.

How Chinese Miners Endangering FCT Residents Enjoy Police Protection


The only source of water for some remote communities in Karshi council has been ruined by mine workers with Hongao Mining Company Ltd, a Chinese firm. The miners who are being protected by security operatives have made residents vulnerable to COVID-19 as the people have been unable to wash their hands as frequently as they should in this era.

A stream which serves Angwandadi (location of the company site) and at least 8 neighbouring communities is no longer safe for use, no thanks to Hongao Mining which has been using the water (that runs by the site) to wash its stones.

Gold sold above $1,800 an ounce, first time since 2011

Gold reached above $1,800 an ounce Wednesday for the first time since 2011, with the precious metal benefitting from its haven status as the coronavirus outbreak triggers global economy fears.Gold hit $1,800.86 an ounce around 0830 GMT on the London Bullion Market, the highest level in 8.5 years, as a weaker dollar also makes the metal priced in the US unit attractive to investors.

Clearing agents flay customs over bottlenecks in cargo clearance

Clearing agents under aegis of the Association of Nigeria Licensed Customs Agents (ANLCA), have bemoaned the arbitrary demand notice slammed on importers, as they now face several bottlenecks in the clearance of goods, thereby frustrating the Federal Government’s ease of doing business agenda.

Vice President of ANLCA, Kayode Farinto, in a chat with journalists, called on President Muhammadu Buhari to rejig the Customs management team over alleged lack of professionalism.

Blue-chips buoy market fortunes as index rises 0.30 per cent

Following bargain-hunting in most blue-chip stocks, the Nigerian equities market halted three days losing streak to close in an upbeat yesterday, causing the All-Share Index (ASI) increased by 0.30 per cent.

Yesterday, the ASI appreciated by 71.43 absolute points, or 0.30 per cent to close at 24,097.48 points. Similarly, the market capitalisation gained N38 billion to close at N12.571 trillion.