With its leader still elusive, and its ranks fractured by infighting occasioned by a struggle for power and control, Boko Haram’s ignoble roles in the spread of global terrorism was considerably weakened in 2016.
Preserving cultures, promoting music and scouting talents in ‘Your Excellency’ way
Few chores go together like drinking beer and listening to music. In recent time, some festivals — music, cultural and even street jamz — are incomplete without the ‘flow’ of beer.
Olamide, Phyno, Falz, Timaya, Kcee, others set to thrill at WAZOBIA ‘s Valentine carnival
WAZOBIA FM Radio Station is putting together a class art entertainment event for this Valentine season come tomorrow and Sunday at the Muri Okunola Park, Victoria Island, Lagos.
The imperative of appointing and swearing in a substantive Chief Justice of Nigeria
In effect, our democracy and all institutions of State, including the citizenry, thrive and co-exist by constitutional imperatives. We have to abide not just by its wordings and letters, but also by its tenor and intent.
Tackling housing deficits through incentives for developers in Nigeria
President Muhammadu Buhari recently said Nigeria would require one million houses yearly to reduce its current national housing deficit and avert housing crisis by the year 2020.
The imperative of community policing and security in Nigeria
The world today has identified various type of terrorism: State Terrorism, terrorism rooted in Ideology (left or right), Criminal Terrorism, Dissent Terrorism and Religious Terrorism.
This thing called corruption
There is so much that needs to be said about this evil called corruption, and we all need to start being brutally honest about it, so that we can deal with it.
Why three arms of government should operate independently
It is meant to honor and celebrate members of this honorable and noble profession who have distinguished themselves creditably and by so doing encouraged others to emulate and excel as well.
Nine things Obama will be remembered for
If historians were to write only one thing about Barack Hussein Obama, they would likely note that -- 143 years after slavery was abolished -- a young Illinois senator became the first black president of the United States.
Despite recession, other odds, Delta marches on
Since it is only fit and proper to assess the administration of any democratically elected government based on its campaign promises and manifestos, the attempt to ex-ray the performance of Governor Ifeanyi Okowa of Delta State since the....
Experts canvass stakeholders’ commitment to protection of women, children from violence
As the fight against all forms of violence on women and children enters another stage, experts are convinced that concerted efforts and commitment of stakeholders will help the United Nations to achieve its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).