Anthony Joshua and other painful misses for Nigerian sports
The victory of Anthony Olaseni Oluwafemi Joshua over Ukranian veteran world champion, Vladimir Klitschko, which saw to his retention of the International Boxing Federation...
Guinness and its water for life quest
Water is Life! How apt? No living organism can survive on earth without water. The human body, for instance, consists of 60 per cent water and cannot stay alive for more than a few days without water.
Moshalashi Idimu: Save our street from total collapse
As the rainy season approaches, residents of Moshalashi Street, in Ejigbo Local Council Development Area (LCDA) of Lagos State, are praying for a miracle that would keep their street from totally collapsing from the ravaging flood .....
Mounting insecurity stirs need for private gun ownership
Ayokunle Adedeji, a businessman resides in a three-bedroom apartment in the Iyana Ipaya area of Lagos State. In five years, the father of four has been a victim of armed robbery attack thrice and the trauma....
Upping the ante in creating wealth from waste
In many parts of the state, indiscriminate dumping of refuse is creeping back gradually, owing largely to the ineptitude and gross lack of capacity displayed by outfits hired to keep the state clean, through a Public Private Partnership (PPP).
Burgeoning Shantytowns turning Abuja to urban slum
Over time, a cluster of people is formed from the worshippers and sellers of food and locally made drinks like zobo, kunnu, fura de nunu and the likes.
Nsukka: University communities celebrate urban renewal
Addressing Ugwuanyi as the people’s governor, he stated that “this great occasion could not have taken place at a time better than now as our people have longed for a day like this.”
Police alert public on ritualists’ hot spots
Rising incidents of ritual killings have compelled the Nigerian Police Force (NPF) to warn the public to be wary of some hotspots, where heinous crimes thrive across the country.