The NAIJ.com team has gathered the most important news that hit the headlines on Thursday, November 17. Find the top stories you might have missed below.
A lady simply identified as Akosua has narrated how she was served a penis- like meat in a Tuo Zaafi she bought from a food joint at Pokuase in Accra.
The woman identified as Justine, has expressed her regrets over forcing her then 11-year-old daughter Amanda, to have sex with her father for money.
In the midst of recession crisis in Nigeria, a man, Potokri Forgive, has acquired Lexus 330 jeep, all thanks to the controversial money doubling scheme called MMM.
Some private things just must stay at a bedroom, however, there are girls who just can’t have their mouths shut when it comes to sex and money.
Rasheed Gbadamosi, a former Minister of National Planning, has been reported dead.
Biafra hopefuls all across Nigeria have soaked their chaplets in water, even as a Federal High Court in Abuja on Thursday, November 17, fixed December 1 for ruling on the bail applications filed by their embattled leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.
Former president, Goodluck Jonathan has paid a visit to the home of the late Sultan Ibrahim Dasuki in Sokoto, to condone with his family on the loss of the former Sultan of Sokoto.