In the North, Saddam Saidu, has become a celebrity of some sort. Not so much because he is an A-list actor, or a chart-topping, rave-making singer.
‘Men, women are victims of domestic violence, but men are always silent about It’
Take it or leave it, the menace of domestic violence affects both men and women depending on who is stronger and is always bashing the other his or her partner. But in the African setting, domestic violence is always attributed to the man, who is often seen as the dispenser of violence to the wife…
Worries over increasing domestic, gender-based violence
No doubt, domestic violence, which before now was accepted and tolerated as a normal way of marital life in some cultures and traditions, has become an issue of global concern. But in recent years, it has come under the searchlight of the global community and is now being viewed as a serious crime against humanity.…
Nwanwenne: Trafficking, illegal migration thrives on ignorance, deceit
Nigerian youths get involved in this illegal migration especially out of ignorance. They still feel that the streets of Europe are paved with gold, which is not the case.
Perilous, endless search for greener pastures
The craze for better life in Europe by Nigerian and African youths is beginning to look like a suicide mission, where one is almost certain of a fatal end, yet incapable of beating a retreat.
Motorists, passengers, FRSC call for road safety during the Yuletide
Chukwuma Nwabueze does not spend his Yuletide in Lagos. This is not because he is under any immediate compulsion. He has to be at the yearly family gathering, which holds in his village.
‘Road safety is a shared responsibility, it’s everyone’s business’
The enforcement of speed limiting device implementation from the February 1 to November 6, this year, has recorded a total of 66,340 number of vehicles, which constitutes 40 per cent of the vehicles stopped nationwide.
Teniola: ICT varsity will define Nigeria’s digital future
The reality in Nigeria, as it is with other African countries, is that the pace of implementation of capital-intensive public infrastructure projects lags way behind those carried out by private institutions.
Uwaje: Without mastery of ICT knowhow, Nigeria may be awaiting bleaker days
For the records, it is instructive to state that the idea is not to build a new university, but to convert an existing platform of government infrastructure to a most useful, strategic and knowledge-productive enterprise.