Author: Doris Israel

LAGOS, Nigeria (VOICE OF NAIJA)- In Nigeria, the act of spraying money at events is not just frowned upon but illegal, constituting a punishable offence.  This prohibition stems from the Clean Notes Policy initiated by the Central Bank of Nigeria in 2008, aimed at maintaining the quality of banknotes in circulation.  The policy, designed to enhance the durability and visual appeal of currency, prohibits various forms of currency abuse, including spraying, writing, stapling, tearing, and even dancing or stamping on banknotes. In 2018, the CBN issued a warning to Nigerians against spraying money at parties, insisting that those who flout…

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LAGOS, Nigeria (VOICE OF NAIJA)-In the world of Nigerian entertainment, scandals often make headlines, especially when they involve the dissolution of celebrity marriages.  Among the myriad reasons cited for such separations, allegations of infidelity stand out as particularly contentious. From the Makuns to the Ninalowos, and even the Edochies, cheating has emerged as a predominant factor leading to the crash of these celebrity couples’ marriages. Delving into the intricacies of their lives voiceofnaija.ng explores the highs and lows that ultimately culminated in the breakdown of their unions. Israel DMW and Sheila Israel DMW, renowned as Davido’s Logistics Manager, took to…

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LAGOS, Nigeria (VOICE OF NAIJA) – Social media defamation is becoming more common, leading many celebrities to fight back legally against what they perceive as false and harmful claims made online. From slanderous remarks to fabricated stories, to cyberbulling, the impact of defamatory content on public figures has spurred a wave of legal battles aimed at safeguarding reputations and holding perpetrators accountable. From Mercy Chinwo to Davido, and even Eniola Badmus, Nigerian celebrities are staunch defenders of their reputations, demonstrating zero tolerance for defamation. They spare no effort in pursuing legal action against anyone who attempts to tarnish their names.…

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LAGOS, Nigeria (VOICE OF NAIJA)-Electricity tariff increases in Nigeria have been a recurring topic in the country’s energy scene, with adjustments have being made over the years in response to different factors.  Since the advent of democracy in 1999, Nigeria has witnessed significant changes in electricity tariffs, impacting both consumers and businesses across the nation. These adjustments have played a crucial role in shaping the electricity landscape. As Nigeria continues to develop and strive for what the government call improved energy access, tariff revisions have been implemented. In the early years of democratic rule, tariffs were relatively low, hovering around…

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LAGOS, Nigeria (VOICE OF NAIJA)-A finance expert, Sheriffdeen Tella says the Kaduna State government, led by Governor Uba Sani, needs to accurately communicate the current debt situation of the state to the public.  Tella who spoke with Voiceofnaija.com said: “The governor should say what he met on ground, so that people can know what he is battling with.  “The only thing is that he should have gone further to say whether the debt is justified with the assets inherited.” Kaduna State Debt Burden Data from the Debt Management Office (DMO) reveals that Kaduna State accumulated $343 million and N37.43 billion…

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LAGOS, Nigeria (VOICE OF NAIJA)- April 1st brought more than just pranks and hoaxes this year, as several Nigerian celebrities took to social media to joke about welcoming new babies. The trend kicked off with actress Mercy Aigbe, who teased about welcoming a second son, setting the stage for a day of playful deception. The mother of two posted on her Instagram page: “Finally I can show you to the world my prince.To all awaiting mothers and everyone desiring the fruit of the womb! This year won’t pass you by.” READ ALSO: AY Reacts To Claims Of Having A Son…

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