Wednesday, 8th December 2021
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25 Jul
The Nigerian National petroleum Corporation (NNPC) started it weekly activities with its subsidiary, the NNPC Trading Company partnering with the federal fire service to ensure safety in operations.
20 Jul
For four days, from July 19 and July 22, Enugu will be immerse in spiritual rebirth, as over 5,000 men of the oldest Pentecostal movement in the country, the Assemblies of God Church...
18 Jul
When the Oyo State Government distributed cassava seeds and other inputs as part of their COVID-19 intervention support plan, their action was mocked by some as being cheap and unimaginative. Some people could not understand why cassava stems were being used as input support. However, what many did not realise is the level of strategy…
17 Jul
Africa is the second-largest continent in the world, with an estimated 1.3 billion people. Its combined Gross Domestic Product (GDP) was $2.6 trillion in 2020, and the African Development Bank (AfDB) projects a 3.4% growth rate by year-end 2021. This modest forecast might be ambitious considering the staggering effects of Covid-19 on commercial activities. It…
11 Jul
On July 8, 2019, Malam Mele Kyari was officially inaugurated as the 19th Group Managing Director of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), his appointment having been announced much earlier in June.
25 Jun
Imagine waving at a barman in the dark, no matter how much money you have with you, it remains pointless because he cannot see you. The same goes for an artist, no matter how talented you may be, if people don’t know about the music that you put in all efforts to make, then there’s…
19 Jun
Our attention has been drawn to a statement by Mr. Gbubemi Awala and Mr. Alvin Yalaju writing on behalf of "Itsekiri Interest Group (IIG)". The statement by these persons is to say the least wrong, inaccurate, misleading, vexatious and provocative. We are aware of the provisions of the NDDC Act on the qualifications of persons…
18 Jun
Our attention has been drawn to an obscure statement from one Amachi Ogbonna of a non-existent group titled "Warri Consultative Forum" giving a false narrative on the indigeneship of Chief Bernard Okumagba. Chief Bernard Okumagba is paternally from Warri South Local Government Area of the Delta State which is an Oil-producing area. He is maternally…
13 Jun
The Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) in its determined efforts to reposition, and recreate its image, assembled stakeholders from the nine states that make up the region in Uyo...
3 Jun
only about 1005 cases reported in 2020 60% of cases are never made public A large number of Lagos children are being defiled sexually but only 1005 cases were reported in 2020, recent data from the Lagos Ministry of Youth and Social Development reveals. According to the data submitted through the Child Protection Information Management…
31 May
Rep. Awaji Inombek Abiante, a member of the House of Representatives recently sponsored a bill proposing that the National Youth Service Corps(NYSC) be scrapped.
23 May
The first official visit to Europe since the COVID-19 pandemic saw President Muhammadu Buhari going to Paris, France to participate in a summit convened by Emmanuel Macron, his counterpart in France, on the financing of African post-COVID economies.


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Australia will not send officials to February's Winter Olympics in Beijing, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Wednesday, joining a US diplomatic boycott of the Games.
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Former Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice in Delta State, Dr. Peter Mrakpor (SAN), yesterday called on Christians to register for their voter cards, and vote for right leaders
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They are the future leaders all right, no one can deny them the pleasure of that assumption. But nothing comes on a platter of gold; one needs to work hard to attain any goal in life.
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Minister of Special Duties and Inter-Governmental Affairs, George Akume, has warned local council chairmen across the federation against mismanaging council funds.