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7 Nov
As insecurity continues to ravage the education sector — the latest assault being the attack on the University of Abuja and kidnap of lecturers and children — the plight of teachers countrywide
5 Nov
With the recent endorsement of the long-expected first malaria vaccine, RTS, S/AS01 (RTS,S), by the World Health Organisation (WHO), children in sub-Saharan Africa and in other regions with moderate to high Plasmodium falciparum transmission ...
4 Nov
Like the hyenas, Nigerian stakeholders are gathering in several conclaves across the country to bargain for a giant share of the wealth of the country, a by-product of the natural endowment...
4 Nov
Tomorrow, Anambra people will troop out to elect a new governor. Pursuant to Section 182(1)(b) of the 1999 Nigerian Constitution, as amended, the incumbent, Willie Obiano
Buhari launch eNaira
3 Nov
The recent launch of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Digital Currency (CBDC), otherwise called “eNaira”, by President Muhammadu Buhari, has elicited a lot of interest among the Nigerian populace...
2 Nov
In a country facing one of its worst fiscal crises ever, it beats imagination that the president and his handlers would find the temerity to award humongous votes to feed their imperial hubris.
1 Nov
Barely four days to its governorship polls, Anambra is at a crossroad – to either turn the corner of regional restiveness or slide into disastrous implosion
31 Oct
The ripples generated by the October 4, 2021 social media outage are unlikely to be forgotten so soon. On that day, Facebook and other social media in its fold experienced massive outage, which affected WhatsApp, Instagram and Messenger apps.
29 Oct
The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) raids of drug joints in Lagos, Abuja, Benue and other parts of the country and arrest of hundreds of drug addicts and traffickers underscores the endemic state that the drug menace is having on the country...
28 Oct
Orchestrated ambiguities and impunity even in the face of provisions of the basic law of the land is part of the problems of the Nigerian Federation. They are out of synch with the known notional content of federalism.
27 Oct
The decision of the Senate to redeem itself by reversing its earlier stance on the controversial clause 53 (3) of the Electoral Act Amendment Bill, which had sought to subject the electronic transmission of electoral results to the approval...
26 Oct
With the latest call three days ago by the 36 House of Assembly Speakers on President Muhammadu Buhari to declare “bandits” as “terrorists and enemies of the nation,” the Federal Government ought to end...

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Uber and Bolt drivers have called on ride hailing companies operating in Nigeria to conduct proper profiling of riders in order to stop frequent killing of innocent drivers by criminally minded users.
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Suspected pirates have abducted an operative of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps (NSCDC) and four contract staff working at the Conoil field in Koluama 1 in Bayelsa.
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NAIROBI, Kenya, 6 December 2021- /African Media Agency (AMA) /- The Kerry Group has expanded its footprint in Africa following its acquisition of Rwanda-based Afribon. This transaction further enhances Kerry’s focus as a leading business to business ingredient solutions provider for the food, beverage and pharmaceutical markets.  Launched in 2012, Afribon is specialised in the…
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President Muhammadu Buhari has called on Auditors-General across the country to introduce strategies that will help stamp out corruption from the system.
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The Borno Police Command on Monday said it arrested five suspected rapists and a woman in possession of 90 rounds of ammunition.