In recent times there have been many researches towards elimination of malaria and its vector in Nigeria. There have also been huge investments to increase the quantity of insecticides used for malaria control, scale up of the distribution of long-lasting insecticidal nets....
The worst oil tanker fires around the world
At least 123 people were killed and scores injured in central Pakistan early Sunday when a fire erupted after crowds rushed to collect fuel from an overturned oil tanker.
Jollof: Is Nigeria’s claim to supremacy under threat?
In the days of yore, the Nigerian Super Eagles were a national treasure: the players were our go to persons when an aching nation needed to smile and find a common ground to bump fists in bars and, perhaps, forget our off-putting ethnic-based mutual suspicions.
A premier university and its unending controversies
“Let us ‘strong-arm the school, if nothing is done as regards the (issue), let us invite the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to come and audit the management,” another one offered.
Poor blood donor practices persist in Nigeria
Today is World Blood Donor Day (WBDD). Despite efforts over the years to raise awareness on safe blood and encourage voluntary donation, poor donor and transfusion practices persist in Nigeria.
Enforcing laws against tobacco use in Nigeria
To prevent millions of people falling ill and dying from tobacco-related disease, several attempts have been made in Nigeria to stop the sales, marketing and consumption of tobacco products.
Stakeholders chart new path for Ogun education sector
An attempt by the Ogun State government to assess its efforts at turning around its education sector since 2011 when the present administration came on board has shown that the situation is still a far cry from what is envisioned; the challenges are still there.
We have civil rule, not democracy, says Okocha
How many laws of relevance have they passed since 1999? In my profession for instance, we have had before the National Assembly, a bill to restructure the legal profession in Nigeria.
The scorecard, according to Aso Rock
The New Vision brings together a robust set of promises, solutions, targets and initiatives aimed at ensuring that the people of the Niger Delta benefit maximally from the region’s oil wealth.