Renewed hope for motherhood through IVF
Indeed, life without a child is comparable to the taste of solution inside the gallbladder of a famished and dehydrated cow in the mouth of a thirsty marathoner.
How Transport Unions Exploit Transporters, Commuters
OWO mi da, owo mi da, (where is my money, where is my money) is the singsong of agberos (agberos are foot soldiers of Road Transport workers’ union) at bus stops and motor parks in Lagos State, as they seek to enforce due collection.
Nigerian Army: Sustaining the tide against Boko Haram
Last week, members of the National Peace Committee on the 2015 elections led by former Head of State, Gen AbdulsalamiAbubakar met with the leadership of the Nigerian military at Defence Headquarters Abuja. Their mission was first to express appreciation to the military for the “excellent work done” towards provision of security during the March 28 presidential and National Assembly elections.
Vandalism: The Cancer In The Power Sector
TWO years ago or thereabout, President Goodluck Jonathan told Nigerians to be prepared to crown him the most popular President of the country. This was on the strength of a comment by one of the participants at a media chat that any President who solved the problem of electricity in Nigeria would go down as the most popular President in its history.
First Bank, Cross River First Lady Partner To Build Women, Child Centre
IT was both inspiring and instructive watching Essien Ayi Okon and Abigail Effiom Opiok, as they took turns to publicly appreciate the First Lady of Cross River State, Mrs Obioma Liyel-Imoke, who rescued, cleaned them up and also gave their lives a meaning.
Rotary’s Main Goal Is To Promote Peace And International Understanding’
Rotary International celebrates 110 years of service to humanity. District Governor, Rotary International, District 9110 comprising Lagos and Ogun States, Dr. Aloysius Dele Balogun throws light into Rotary’s humanitarian activities as an open organization with friends all over the world, putting smiles on faces of the less privileged and promoting peace in the world. Balogun, a medical doctor by profession, joined Rotary Club of Agege in 1984. A Charter member, he rose to be the President of the Club in 1995. He was in charge of various activities at the District level, including the International Convention Committee that went to Ireland. Among other exalted offices held, he was an Assistant Governor, District Governor nominee until he became the District Governor for the Rotary year 2014-2015. He spoke to ISAAC TAIWO.
At 90, Nigerian Diplomat Renews Belief In Fatherland
Although, his life has been full of many achievements, he recalled with nostalgia, the expulsion of Nigerians from Ghana, when he was Nigerian High Commissioner, describing the incidence as the most challenging time of his life, which he wished should never repeat again.
Beninois police boss applauds FG over French Village
HEAD of the Seme border Command of the Beninois Police, Waidi Akodjenou, has applauded the Federal Government of Nigeria for conceiving and establishing the Nigeria French Language Village (NFLV) to foster the teaching and learning of French in Nigeria.
LWC raises alarm over borehole proliferation
THE Lagos Water Corporation (LWC) has raised the alarm over the impending danger in the proliferation of boreholes by individuals in Lagos metropolis and its environs.