Monday, 4th December 2023


3 days ago
It’s really worrisome that the number of people who can’t access justice is quite enormous. It’s very disturbing despite the fact that the constitution makes provision to assist people who cannot ordinarily afford legal representation.
26 Nov
The Maduka University, Ekwegbe-Nsukka, Enugu State, formally took off on Thursday, November 23, this year.  The Founder and Chancellor of the institution, Dr. Samuel Maduka Onyishi, spoke with selected journalists on its offerings, prospects and issues that border on the country’s tertiary education sector. The Guardian’s ONYEDIKA AGBEDO was there. You have carved out a niche for yourself in…
26 Nov
Ajibade Fashina is the Managing Partner at Kreston Pedabo. In this interview with KINGSLEY JEREMIAH, Ajibade discusses critical issues facing the Nigerian economy, including debt profile, subsidies and deregulation of the downstream segment of the petroleum industry, poor compliance with accounting standards by state governments and the many steps his organisation has been taken in…
18 Nov
there is no need to rehearse what is already in the public domain. My only take is that we are collectively reaping what we have sown over the years: policy inconsistencies, mismanagement of resources, poor recruitment process, nepotism, and crass corruption.
11 Nov
When I finished my PhD, I came back to Nigeria and I had so many appointment offers from Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), the University of Lagos, the University of Ibadan, the University of Ilorin and Ahmadu Bello University (ABU). [ad]Then for some reasons, I chose Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) Mechanical Engineering department.
11 Nov
I am a lawyer with 24 years of post-call experience and hold a master’s degree in International Relations. My career has primarily revolved around the manufacturing and export sector, where I have accumulated over 17 years of experience. Currently, I serve as the External Affairs Director at British American Tobacco Nigeria (BAT Nigeria).
7 Nov
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Professional Fighters League (PFL), Peter Murray, has said that the aim of the American Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) league is to create opportunities for African fighters to become world champions.
28 Oct
I have over 20 years cumulative experience in legal practice, advisory services and public administration across organisations of national and international status both in the public and private sectors. I was the past Executive Director of the Nigeria Bar Association...
28 Oct
Dr. Kamoru Yusuf (MON) is the Vice President of the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN), South-West Zone as well as Chairman, Basic Metal, Iron and Steel and Fabricated Metal Products. In this interview with journalists, he speaks on the impending issues, implications and dangers envisaged on the reversal of the 43 items on the prohibition list…
22 Oct
In this interview, the Special Adviser to President Bola Tinubu on Policy and Coordination, Hadiza Bala-Usman, speaks on how the current administration is a departure from the past in terms of effectiveness, and efforts being taken to ensure governance is hallmarked by performance across board, among other issues. ISAAC TAIWO writes. What basically is your…
21 Oct
The fact that there are Biblical underpinnings does not mean that all the issues that are involved are biblical. If you start from the beginning, the Book of Exodus said God gave the land to the Jews, and then, what happened during the ....
21 Oct
Ben Allen is a cross-border fraud investigation and financial security specialist. Licensed as a private investigator in Texas, he holds a master’s degree in business administration (MBA) from Lincoln University in Oakland, California.
14 Oct
The heart of Schneider Electric is its customer service. It represents our guiding principles and is essential to how we conduct business every day. At Schneider Electric, we consider providing exceptional customer service...


Three persons have been arrested in Delta State over the killing of a barber following a fight in the deceased shop.
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Nigerian striker Victor Boniface has once again been nominated for the Bundesliga Rookie of the Month Award, making it the fourth consecutive time he has been shortlisted.
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Former campaign spokesman of President Bola Tinubu in the Southeast, Dr. Josef Onoh, has said that it is the turn of Ogui-Nike community and not Enugu-Ngwo, to produce the next chairman of Enugu North local government council, in the February 2024 council elections in Enugu state. Onoh made the disclosure in a meeting he held…
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Rizz was named the Word of the Year 2023 by dictionary publisher Oxford University Press (OUP).
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Kaduna State Governor Uba Sani has ordered an immediate investigation into the killing of many villagers following miss target airstrike by the Nigerian Army on Sunday, December 3, 2023.
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  The New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP) has alerted the public to antics of some expelled members of the party trying to discredit its national leader and presidential candidate, Senator Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso, and Kano State governor, Abba Kabir Yusuf. In a statement on Monday by Ladipo Johnson, on behalf of the NNPP National Working…
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Nepal said Monday that six citizens had been killed while serving as mercenaries in the Russian army and another had been captured in Ukraine, confirming that Nepalis are fighting for Moscow. Kathmandu urged Moscow to stop the use of Nepali mercenaries and send any men serving back home. Nepal's foreign ministry said it had received…