The Appeal Court on Thursday set aside the death sentence passed on 22-year-old singer, Yahaya Aminu-Sharif, by the Upper Shari’a court which charged him for blaspheming. The presiding judges, Justice Nuradeen Sagir, who is the Chief Judge and his Co-panelist, Justice Nasiru Saminu, ordered a retrial of the case onContinue Reading

Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. was sworn in as the 46th president of the United States on Wednesday, taking office at a moment of profound economic, health and political crises with a promise to seek unity after a tumultuous four years that tore at the fabric of American society. With hisContinue Reading

Former California governor and Terminator actor Arnold Schwarzenegger has some words of inspiration and condemnation to impart following the domestic terrorist attack on the U.S. Capitol building on January 6. As an Austrian immigrant, Schwarzenegger likened the pro-Trump riot to the Night of Broken Glass, or Kristallnacht, which he described as “a night of rampage against the JewsContinue Reading

The new year brought a disturbing discovery at the San Francisco home of U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi, where, early Friday morning, vandals spray-painted her house and left a severed pig’s head in front of her garage. The graffiti says “Cancel rent” and “We want everything” — possiblyContinue Reading

Beyoncé will offer $5,000 grants to help people facing foreclosures or evictions due to the housing crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic. People can apply for the grants beginning January 7, 2021, the singer announced on her website Tuesday. Grants will be sent out to the 100 people selected in late January. “BeyoncéContinue Reading