US Jury Orders Meta To Pay $174.5mn For Violating Patents
Litigation

US Jury Orders Meta To Pay $174.5mn For Violating Patents

TML- September 30, 2022

A US jury on Wednesday ordered Meta to pay $174.5 million for violating live-streaming patents developed by a US Army veteran seeking to fix shortcomings ... Read More

PDP Denies Bribery Allegations Over N122.4m Returned ‘Housing Allowance’
Politics

PDP Denies Bribery Allegations Over N122.4m Returned ‘Housing Allowance’

TML- September 30, 2022

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has refuted allegations of bribery over a N122.4m housing allowance returned by some members of the party’s national working committee. ... Read More

Nobel Peace Prize Winning Bishop Accused Of Child Abuse
Foreign News

Nobel Peace Prize Winning Bishop Accused Of Child Abuse

TML- September 30, 2022

The Vatican said Thursday it has sanctioned a Nobel Peace Prize winning bishop accused of sexually abusing underage boys in East Timor over a 20-year ... Read More

Royal Mint Unveils Image Of First King Charles Coin Following Queen’s Death
Foreign News

Royal Mint Unveils Image Of First King Charles Coin Following Queen’s Death

TML- September 30, 2022

King Charles III's image on coins has been revealed for the first time. The 50p coin is the first piece of new money that features ... Read More

Putin Signs ‘Independence’ Decrees For Zaporizhia, Kherson
Foreign News

Putin Signs ‘Independence’ Decrees For Zaporizhia, Kherson

TML- September 30, 2022

Russian President Vladimir Putin has declared the “independence” of the Ukrainian regions Zaporizhia and Kherson as Moscow prepares to formally proclaim the annexation of Ukrainian ... Read More

Accept FG’s offer, Reps beg ASUU
Metro News

Accept FG’s offer, Reps beg ASUU

TML- September 30, 2022

The House of Representatives, has appealed to the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), accept what Federal Government has put on the table, while engagements ... Read More

Anambra Governor Bans Public Ownership Of Billboards
Metro News

Anambra Governor Bans Public Ownership Of Billboards

TML- September 30, 2022

Anambra State Government has issued a directive banning ownership of public billboards in the state. A statement by the Managing Director/CEO Anambra State Signage and ... Read More