Air is good for healthy living. It sustains life and forms an important parameter for our survival. The air people breathe in goes a long way to determine the health status ...
What hopes for Apapa road from Ambode-Usman parley?
Hopes of the port users and others for the dilapidated Oshodi-Apapa Expressway have risen and ebbed as often as new Lagos state governors, Ministers of Works and Managing Directors of the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) have been appointed.
Upsurge in kidnapping, robbery in South West raise concerns
Growing number of reported cases of kidnapping and armed robbery in various parts of the Southwest and other areas in the country has become worrisome.
‘Open defecation must end in Nigeria’
Travelers plying Benue-Cross River route are now painfully aware that defecation in the open in any community in Yala and Bekwara Local Councils of Cross River state now attract heavy penalty.
When twin scourges of hunger, disease ravage IDPs’ camps
“We’re hungry; we don’t want any Feeding Committee again because they aren’t giving us quality food. Give us our food directly,” a woman, who identified herself as Aisha Marte, said.
Why information carriers deviate from their philosophies
The obligation to keep the fabrics of the society together, thereby promoting national interest has been identified as the major factor information dissemination outlets ignore, occasionally, their philosophies.
Environmental impact of Lagos multi-billion naira shopping malls
Although, the emergence of shopping malls across Lagos metropolis have no doubt changed the way Lagosians live, stakeholders are however concerned that recent trend ...
‘Nigeria can challenge Jamaica, United States in athletics but the structure must change’
Recently, the Reform Committee set up by the Sports Minister, Solomon Dalung, came up with the same submission, adding a caveat that only patriotic and informed Nigerians should be given the task of leading the effort at revival.
With NSIA, OMIG deal, Nigeria sips from FDI cup slowly
That there are no mass protests or demonstrations giving vent to public fury over rising inflation, poor public taxes and political corruption do not suggest everything is well with the Nigerian economy. A raft of economic data published since the oil price slump has persuaded many analysts to conclude the economy is in shambolic shape…
Investors embrace debt instruments, ignore equities
These are not good times for investors in the Nigerian capital market as in many other parts of the world.