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7 Nov
Had Ita Enang remained in the PDP after losing his bid to return to Nigeria’s Senate for a second term in 2015, we would have got his own perspective – most likely proper as usual
5 Nov
Sir: It is certain that over two thirds of the earth’s surface is covered by water; less than a third is taken up by land. As earth’s population continues to grow, people are putting ever-increasing pressure on the planet’s water resources. Our oceans, rivers here in Nigeria and other inland waters are “squeezed” by human…
3 Nov
Sir: The spate of defections from APGA to the All Progressives Congress (APC) with the advance of Anambra gubernatorial election of November 6, 2021, provides a peculiar theatre for keen watchers of Anambra politics.
2 Nov
The Petroleum Industry Act made some far reaching provisions for the host community’s development such as its demand that any oil prospecting licence or mining lease or an operating company on behalf of joint venture partners...
1 Nov
Wadnor writes to bring to the attention of the authorities in Edo State government the bad state of nearly all the sculpted works strategically erected around the Ring Road
1 Nov
His Royal Highness, Dr. Rilwan Sulaiman Adamu, an engineer, is the eleventh of the 16 children of the late Emir, Dr. Sulaiman Adamu. He was born on October 14th in 1970
31 Oct
Sir: One by one, all of PYO’s assurances have fallen flat. The Pastor’s prophecies have bombed big time and the good things Nigerians were promised would happen if PMB was elected president have failed to materialize.
29 Oct
Sir: Today, two years ago, on the 29th of October, my most precious friend Olayinka Olasehinde Simoyan (Yinka) stepped away from his mortal body into glory and left me behind.
28 Oct
The University of Nigeria with campuses at Nsukka and Enugu boasts of many firsts. Of course it remains the first indigenous citadel of learning in the country established sans affiliation to any foreign institution whatsoever.
27 Oct
Sir: Politics is largely local. More so, the dominant political traits of a people are reflections of the common political idiosyncrasies of the constituent persons.
26 Oct
Nigerians are in almost every country in this world. We are aware that some Nigerians commit criminal acts but that doesn’t mean every Nigerian is a criminal.
25 Oct
You cannot kill an idea or a person whose time has come, especially within the context of recent technological advancements and what can be described as subtle resistance

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Anna Ekeledo is the Executive Director of AfriLabs, a network organisation of over 300 technology innovation hubs spread across 49 African countries, which helps develop programmes and build partnerships that support African innovation hubs and other stakeholders...
22 mins ago
Within Nigeria’s crop of disc jockeys, Patrick Imohiosen is the gentlest one can ever meet. “Would you like something to drink,” he asked, calmly offering this reporter a seat. Across his tee shirt and baseball cap, the inscription ‘Greatness’ lay boldly.
26 mins ago
If James Okapara were to review the choice he made a month ago in a bid to bring his ailing mother back to life, there is no doubt, he will avoid anything that has to do with online loan apps and whatever it represents.
27 mins ago
“This is Cinema that wears its influences on its sleeves. Eyimofe is that rare thing.” When the New Yorker spoke about this new flick from the fraternal duo, Chuko and Arie Esiri, it was evident that the film was something beyond just entertaining.
29 mins ago
Some eminent Lagos State indigenes have advised Governor Babajide Sanwo- Olu to shelve the proposed peace walk billed for this month.