3 siblings burnt to death in South Africa

A shack fire has claimed the lives of three Soweto siblings in South Africa. The three siblings, aged 11 months‚ three and five years were asleep with their parents in a rented shack when...

11 Catholic retired priest push for an end to celibacy

A group of 11 retired high ranking Catholic priests is causing vocational drama across Germany with their request to abolish celibacy in an open letter, written in review of their fifty (50) years as...

Kenyan MP tells women to deny their husbands sex if they don’t register to...

A Kenyan opposition MP has urged her fellow women to deprive their husband of enjoying their conjugal right until they register to vote ahead of August's general election. Speaking at the Costal City of Mombasa...

Robbery incident captured on CCTV in Lagos (Photos/Video)

This video shows how a robbery gang robbed a lady who just left the bank and made a stop over somewhere around Agidingbi, Ikeja in Lagos. An eye witness told LIB; This video is an...

Political crisis in Gambia triggers exodus

Thousands of people are leaving Gambia fearing an outbreak of violence as President Yahya Jammeh continues to refuse to step down despite losing an election in December. Hundreds have already fled to neighbouring Senegal where...

Discrimination against women continues unabated in West Africa – ECOWAS

The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) has bemoaned the discrimination against women which it says is continuing in the region. In a statement to commemorate the regional bloc’s maiden Human Rights Day on...

Nigerian air strike ‘mistake’ leaves 50 dead in refugee camp

Nigeria’s air force killed 50 people and injured 120 in an air strike on a refugee camp in the northeast on Tuesday, Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) said. The military said the strike had targeted...

Two soldiers killed in fresh unrest in Ivory Coast

Yamoussoukro and gunfire erupted in other cities on Tuesday, singling further upheaval inside the security forces just as it seemed the government settled a mutiny in the army. The unrest appeared to have started in...

Witness says no evidence Saraki operated foreign accounts as Governor or Senator

Amazu said this while being cross-examined by Paul Usoro, counsel to Senate President Bukola Saraki, at the Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT). Earlier, he had testified that Saraki transferred funds to his accounts in the...

Pastor delivers baby after mother was thrown out from vehicle on her way to...

David Mwangi Mburu of Christian Faith and Hope Ministry on Wednesday came to the rescue of an expectant mother and helped her deliver a baby after she was thrown out from a vehicle on...

Photo: Gunmen kill 10 Civilian JTF in Benue State

Ten members of the Civilian Joint Task Force(CJTF) were killed by gunmen last Sunday in Abaji, Katsina-Ala Local Government Area of Benue State. The CJTF members were in a meeting when gunmen stormed the venue...

Gambian president, Yahya Jammeh, declares state of emergency

The political crisis in The Gambia took a different turn yesterday when the incumbent president, Yahya Jammeh, declared a state of emergency in the country. According to a statement by the country's parliament, the state...

Yaya Toure rejects £430,000 a week salary from Chinese club to remain at Man...

33 year old Ivory Coast international, Yaya Toure has rejected a mammoth £430,000 a week salary from Jiangsu Suning in the Chinese Super League to remain at the EPL with Manchester City. He was first...

New photos of President Buhari’s daughter, Zahra, as she strikes a pose with her...

Zahra Buhari-Indimi, pictured with her new family members, during her brother-in-law, Mustapha's wedding reception in Maiduguri, Borno state. Another photo after the cut...   - LIB