Holy fraud, Zahra Buhari’s presidential class – Your Wednesday briefing

Wednesday 10TH MAY, 2017

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Good morning, Here are yesterday’s top stories, and a look ahead – Click on any title to read the complete story.

Five celebrities who are not afraid of the bald look in 2017... you should try it too

We have often been told that the hair is the crowning glory of any woman. In fact, the hair has caused factions among women folk for decades: natural, kinky, straight, dreads, relaxed, permed, texlaxed or chopped.

But with some more inspirations from these five A-List celbrities, you will agree with us that woman have hidden beuty and bold look when they go simply bald

Even the Trump sons wont dare fly AirForce One for chilling purposes. But look at Ahmed Indimi and Zahra Buhari

zahra buhari and ahmed indimi Bloomgist

Daughter of the Nigerian president, Zahra Buhari and her husband, Ahmed Indimi, are raising quite the furore on Twitter NG over this picture.

Tech blog: Microsoft releases emergency security fix

Microsoft has released an urgent update to stop hackers taking control of computers with a single email.

Researchers working for Google’s Project Zero cyber-security outfit discovered the flaw at the weekend.

Reverend Sister and Principal of the School of Nursing, Umulogho, Imo, Eberechukwu Nwachukwu, was on Tuesday dragged to court in Owerri for allegedly defrauding the students to the tune of N8.25 million.

FILE: Not the reverend Sister

The students, when submitting their petition, claimed that each student paid N330,000 to the school management for Nursery and Midwifery Council Examinations, but their names were not registered for the examination.

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