Quadri Adejumo

Quadri Adejumo is a graduate of Lagos State University. He's a reporter, sports column writer, and opinion writer. Also, he's a poet and author as he writes poetry in his free time.


  • Protesters Burn Train Carriages Over Railway Jobs In India

    11 hours ago

    Angry protesters in the eastern part of India have set fire to train carriages in protests over access to railway jobs. The protest started in the state of Bihar on the ground that the entrance exam for the government-run rail secto...

  • Soldier Opens Fire, Kills Five Guards, Injures Others In Ukraine

    11 hours ago

    A Ukrainian National Guard soldier opened fire on security guards at a military base, killing five people and wounding five others. A police statement said the incident happened on Thursday in Dnipro as weapons were being issued to the g...

  • Another Journalist Attacked In Mexico

    18 hours ago

    Another journalist has been attacked in Mexico on Wednesday. The attack occurred a day after press groups held protests throughout Mexico. According to Aljazeera, the attacked Journalist, Jose Ignacio Santiago said he narrowly escaped...

  • First Flight Of American Evacuees Leave Kabul Airport For Qatar

    18 hours ago

    The first chartered flight evacuating Americans from Afghanistan has left the Kabul Airport for Qatar. According to the NBC NEWS, the passengers onboard the Qatar Airways charter include more than 30 Americans. The chartered flight, r...

  • 16-Year-Old Arrested Over Killing Of 12 Year-Old Girl In Chicago

    18 hours ago

    A 16-year-old accused of firing the shot that killed 12-year-old Melissa Ortega has been arrested this week. Chicago Police Superintendent, David O. Brown said on Wednesday that the 16-year-old was firing at a group of gang members in th...

  • Delta Police Arrest Three Suspected Kidnappers

    21 hours ago

    Three suspected kidnappers have been arrested by operatives of Delta State Police Command. According to PUNCH the suspects were caught by the operatives who responded to a distress call by a victim on the night of January 22, 2022. Th...

  • Saudi Lifts Ban On Turkish Goods

    1 day ago

    Saudi Arabia has reportedly lifted the ban placed on Turkish goods. The Al-Khaleej Online reported on Wednesday that as a result of the ban, Turkish exports to Saudi Arabia declined from $2.7 billion in 2018 to $189 million in 2021. I...

  • Turkey Rescues 36 Migrants Pushed Back By Greece

    1 day ago

    The Turkish Coast Guard squads rescued 36 migrants pushed back by Greece. It was reported on Wednesday by the Daily Sabah that the coast guard rescued four migrants and 24 others near Dikili. The migrants were pushed back by the Greek co...

  • Armenian Prime Minister In Isolation After Testing Positive To COVID-19

    1 day ago

    Armenian Prime Minister, Nikol Pashinian has tested positive for the coronavirus and is currently self-isolating. The Armenian government said in a statement on Wednesday that; "The prime minister of Armenia took a coronavirus test,...

  • Snow Storm: Istanbul Airport Gradually Begins Operation After Shutdown

    1 day ago

    Twenty-four hours after all flights were suspended at the Istanbul Airport amid heavy snowfall, flight operations have begun. The Istanbul Grand Airport (IGA) in a statement on Wednesday, disclosed that; "Flight operations had retur...

  • US Military Equipment Arrives Ukraine Amidst Tension By Russia

    1 day ago

    The United States has stepped up deliveries of weapons to Ukraine with a new batch arriving in Kiev after the Secretary of State, Antony Blinken confirmed another $200 million in aid to Ukraine. The latest shipment, including defensive e...

  • 39 Missing After Boat Sinks Off US Coast

    1 day ago

    The United States Coast Guard has launched a search for 39 people reported missing when a boat capsized off the coast of Florida. According to a statement issued on Tuesday, the Coast Guard in Miami received a report about a man clinging...

  • Deadly Storm Kills Many In Madagascar, Mozambique, Malawi

    2 days ago

    Tropical storm Ana has caused widespread flooding in Madagascar, raising the death toll to 34, with more than 65,000 persons displaced in the country. The storm also killed three people in Mozambique, while knocking out power in Malawi. ...

  • Gunman Dead, Several Wounded In Shooting At German University

    2 days ago

    At a lecture theatre in the southwestern German city of Heidelberg on Monday, a lone gunman wounded several people, police said. Police said in a brief statement that the perpetrator was dead, but didn’t give details of how that ha...

  • Man Admits To Abducting Four-Year-Old Girl In Australia

    2 days ago

    A man pleaded guilty on Monday, to abducting a four-year-old girl from her family’s camping tent on Australia’s west coast last year. The Police found four-year-old Cleo Smith alone in a house on the country’s west coas...