Ijaw youths seek more funds for amnesty programme
Ijaw youths have appealed to the Federal Government to increase its funding of the Presidential Amnesty Programme (PAP).
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.
New JAMB Admission Template: Conflicting, confusing orders from education ministry
But this is contrary to JAMB position, which came out last week to deny that the Point System, circulating in the public space was officially from it, though it was available on its website.
Traditional rulers, communities canvass new role for securing oil installation
Against the backdrop of the recent bombing of oil facilities and plans by the Federal Government to militarise the Niger Delta, to forestall further vandalisation, traditional rulers and community leaders ....
Open defecation: Trigger for polio, diarrhoea and high child mortality
For residents of this community, especially, the young ones, they have grown to see this act as the norm. The excuse residents often give for such open defecation is that they are sitting on a rocky environment, so, having a sewage tank to house their excreta might be difficult.
Maternal Mortality in Kano State:Civic group, activists drill down to root causes
From the deeply emotional and touching personal stories that were told about the silent tragedies in the form of the many avoidable deaths of expectant women or nursing mothers.
Baby prisoners – How they fair in captivity
Last Thursday of every month for the past fifteen years or more, finds one on visitation to the prisons in Lagos State, as a member of a humanitarian organisation.