Bini gets new Oba, promises reforms in palace administration
But after over one year wait, the Benin Kingdom, last Thursday, experienced this not very regular occurrence, as it got a new Oba with the name, Oba Ewuare II.
Recession not an excuse to neglect maternal mortality
As Nigeria reels from the effects of a full scale economic recession, civil society activists are worried that key deliverables in the quest for good governance could suffer ...
Pension as source of misery to senior citizens
One of the simplest definitions of salary is that it is a fixed regular payment, typically paid on a monthly basis, by an employer to an employee, especially a professional or white-collar worker ...
Vicampro Farm to pioneer potato processing
Two years after it ventured into the Nigerian space with the largest potato farm for both farming and processing plant, Vicampro Farm Ltd has signed an MoU with BlackPace B.V and Kiremko B.V ...
Group defends Buhari’s NDDC appointments
Cross River State Youth for Leadership and Good Governance, has flayed the Niger Delta Volunteers (NDV), for recently calling on the National Assembly not to confirm Senator Victor Ndoma-Egba ...
Groups urge government, oil industry operators to clean up communities
To stem the crisis of oil pollution and environmental degradation in the Niger Delta, all oil spills must be cleaned up to create sustainable environment for all communities in the oil-rich region.
Ondo PDP: Ilaje monarchs endorse Jegede
Ahead of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) governorship primaries in Ondo State, traditional rulers in Ilaje Local Government Area have endorsed Eyitayo Jegede for the November 26 poll.
Stop the bloody attacks on our people, Adamawa Indigenes warn
From January to August this year the statistics of those killed by herdsmen in Girei and Demsa local councils of Adamawa State released by leaders of the affected communities show that 97 people lost their lives and 2,500 people were displaced.
GM Crops: Ethical issues, health concerns query new food technologies
The quest to tackle the challenges of feeding the ballooning global population has led to the development of some innovative ideas in the agricultural sector, where biotechnologists are currently trying to boost productivity in plants and animal.