Online media as safe haven for journalists
It has provided privileges to people from all works of life to dabble into the journalism profession unprofessionally.
Scourge of child malnutrition, under-five mortality
Nearly 1million children under the age of five years die in Nigeria every year. This makes the country one of the highest contributors to the under–five mortality in the world and about half of these deaths are due to malnutrition.
Rallying to widen access, increase knowledge through e-learning
Stakeholders have at different fora cautioned that Nigeria is sitting on a time bomb, if it fails to meaningfully engage its teeming youthful population and make them productive.
May Day 2017 in Nigeria
May Day, Labour day, International Workers' Day are some of the appellations for May 1st. It is a public holiday in Nigeria.
Managing estate disputes without breaking strong family bonds
A member of the reputed FBN Holdings Group, FBN Trustees is a team of experts who have in-depth industry knowledge, local awareness and relevant experience, having helped develop wealth transfer plans for families over several decades.
Furore over efforts to eliminate malaria
As Nigeria joins the rest of the globe to celebrate the World Malaria Day (WMD), today, April 25, seven countries have been certified by the World Health Organisation (WHO) as having eliminated malaria...
Nigeria loses fortunes to over-dependence on Lagos ports
The over-dependence on the Lagos seaports may be doing the economy more harm than good, as investigations revealed that Nigeria is losing fortunes to the underutilisation of other ports across the country.
Reducing depression-related deaths in Nigeria
Thirty five year-old Emmanuel Orji is living with sickle cell anaemia. Dr. Emma, as he was fondly called, worked at a hospital in Lagos as trainee doctor. Emma found it hard dealing with the crisis associated with the disease.