A story of woes in five Lagos markets
Five markets may illustrate the problem, beginning with Mile 12 Marketmajorly known for retailing of fresh food items like pepper, tomato and onions and other edible goods.
‘Indiscipline of traders responsible for the heap of waste, trading on the roadsides’
The attitude of our people towards the environment is not okay, but what we are doing is to sensitise them on the importance of a clean environment, especially the markets.
How Nigerian state fails her citizens
A Redeemed Christian Church of God’s pastor, Eunice Elisha, was found in the pool of her own blood, next to her megaphone, at the Gbazango area of Kubwa, Abuja, last Saturday.
Lab-grown bones made from fat used to repair jaws
Scientists have closed in on effective vaccines for the dreaded Zika virus after preclinical study indicates jab to prevent the infection in humans is feasible even as they are moving quickly to test candidates.
The weekend review - play, pause and rewind
As you approach the weekend, for maximum enjoyment consider the idea that “life moves in seasons” which can be simultaneously enjoyable and frustrating.
Nigerian State…is reluctant to discuss the legacy of MKO Abiola, says Utomi
Prof. Pat Utomi is a Nigerian professor of political economy and management expert. He is a former presidential candidate and a NADECO member.
‘Govt should recognise MKO Abiola as a former President of Nigeria’ – Dr. Okei-Odumakin
The significance of June 12 to our democratic history, particularly the present civil rule being experienced in the country cannot be over-emphasized.
I have seen heaven, I have seen hell, Johnny knew I could never remarry, says Victoria Aguiyi-Ironsi
I like the way you put it. I will start to say that I do appreciate the way you people have shown concern towards me and that is why I want to grant this interview.