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7 hours ago
The outrage over the reported donation of N1.14 billion to Niger Republic for the purchase of 10 operational vehicles (Sports Utility Vehicles) is not misplaced; and even if the donation was well intended, government should accept blame for bungling the scheme.
1 day ago
Sometime in the year 1993, a malnourished little girl, caught between the devil and the deep blue sea in a worn-torn country, decided, like the Biblical four lepers, to take a leap of faith to reach a United Nations....
2 days ago
The imposition of fines by the Federal Government on three broadcasting stations for the airing of the documentary by the BBC Africa Eye
3 days ago
The cry by the National Association of Chambers of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture (NACCIMA) on the sorry state of manufacturing in the country may not be surprising to watchers of the economy; it nevertheless calls for serious attention by all concerned Nigerians.
4 days ago
President Muhammadu Buhari last month, unveiled the new Nigerian National Petroleum Company Limited, officially changing the oil firm from a wholly state-run entity to a commercial oil company, limited by shares.
14 Aug
Against the backdrop of the failure of public transportation on land and its practical non-existence on water, the epileptic aviation service in Nigeria has lately been a national embarrassment
12 Aug
Recent increase of about 20 per cent in the price of bread across Nigeria will inevitably further lower the living standard of the average citizen, given that bread is a staple food item popular among Nigerians...
11 Aug
The decision of the National Industrial Court in fixing salaries for all judges of the superior court of records is as desperate as it is curious.
10 Aug
Despite the fate that befell the female national football team on the field of play in Morocco, at the Women’s Africa Cup of Nations (WAFCON), it is disgraceful that the players had to stage a protest to get paid their allowances.
Boko haram terrorist
9 Aug
The claim by the Federal Government that it is doing much to investigate, find, and ostensibly prosecute financiers of Boko Haram terrorists (and hopefully similar groups) rings hollow in the face of the daily reality...
8 Aug
The proposed nationwide ban on the operation of motorcycles as a means of transportation and a blanket ban on mining activities nationwide is another evidence of a failure of leadership
7 Aug
Recent call by the Alayetoro of Ayetoro-Ekiti, Oba Samuel Olufisan Ajayi, seeking roles for traditional rulers in the nation’s security architecture and the suspension of the Emir of Yandoto Tsafe Local Council of Zamfara State...
5 Aug
The lamentable condition of pensioners across the country over unpaid gratuities and pensions has become a recurring decimal in many of the 36 states.

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38 mins ago
The International Fund for Agriculture Development (IFAD) has supported about 35,000 youths across six states under the Value Chain Development Program (VCDP) in the development of agribusiness and entrepreneurship activities. IFAD Country Director Ms. Dede Ekoue who disclosed this at the VCDP National Youth Forum in Abuja stated that IFAD has contributed to the promotion…
41 mins ago
Dozens of people queue under monsoon drizzle for subsidised cooking oil in Myanmar's commercial hub Yangon, waiting for one of the many commodities that have become scarce as economic misery strikes the city.
1 hour ago
Mr Valentine Ozigbo, the former Anambra Governorship Candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), has defected to the Labour Party (LP).
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The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) says floods destroyed 1,750 hectares of farmland and displaced 183 households in Numan Local Government Area of Adamawa.
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Armed men broke into a hospital in the suburbs of Port-au-Prince and seized a patient before shooting him dead outside, the non-governmental group Doctors Without Border (MSF) said on Thursday.