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7 May 2010
About 20 physically challenged persons were given a new ray of hope recently when the Rotary International, District 9110, Nigeria donated to them new wheelchairs that are UNICEF and World Health Organization compliant. Some of them who spoke with The Guardian at the event narrated their stories. ABDUL-FATAI Hassan is a 40-year-old crippled man. His…
7 May 2010
Dr. Eddy Agbo is a U.S.-based Nigerian. A biotechnologist and the Chairman/Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Fyodor Biotechnologies Corporation, Baltimore, Maryland and Fyodor Biotechnologies (Nigeria) Ltd., he was recently in Nigeria to finalise plans to introduce urine-based malaria test that will make malaria diagnosis easier, faster and cheaper. He speaks on the test, saying it will…
7 May 2010
Story of a pregnant lady living on the streets in Ilorin, the Kwara State capital and thought to be having psychiatric problems. WHO is this lady? What could be her mission where she lives at present? Who could be responsible for the pregnancy a young lady believed to be out of her mind is carrying?These…
7 May 2010
THE other day, I was quite excited reeling off to my friend what I was going to add to my New Year wardrobe. Instead of agreeing with me or at least adding to my list of spigot straps, tight-bodies, off shoulders and low-cut waists, my friend was silent, too silent. She has always been a…
7 May 2010
Aderemi Owolabi Ariye, 38, a staff of Grimaidi Compagnia di Navigazion SPA, Apapa, Lagos and a graduate of Ondo State Polytechnic, Owo was kidnapped by unknown gunmen at Ile-Iwe Bus Stop on April 3, 2009 around 10.30 pm. Till date, the man is yet to be found and that has put his entire family in…
7 May 2010
AMONG Indians and Nigerians, the social caste system prevails. The first social class is regarded as the free-born while the lower class is treated as the untouchables and outcasts. In the Nigerian context, especially in the South-Eastern states, the second social tier is known as Osu.This group hails from forefathers who for one reason or…
7 May 2010
The Executive Secretary/Chief Executive of the Nigerian Accounting Standards Board (NASB), Mr Godson Nnadi will in November, this year, complete his term at the Board. A former lecturer in the Accounting Department of the University of Maiduguri, Nnadi joined the Board in 1990 when it was still a private sector organisation under the supervision of…
7 May 2010
Last week, Otunba Gani Adams, leader of the Oodua People's Congress (OPC) marked his 40th birthday with a week-long schedule of activities. Afterwards, he spoke with SEYE OLUMIDE and OLAWUNMI OJO on his life, his leadership of the socio-cultural group, OPC, his liberation struggles and a litany of national issues. You recently celebrated your 40th…
7 May 2010
Your kiss is a collection of sweet dreams.Your love is a book of fantasies.Your lovemaking is a treasure. KAYODE and I courted for a year. Whenever I visited him, he would kiss me and carry me in his arms from the parlour to the bed and make sweet love to me. His kiss was a…
7 May 2010
Dele Agekameh, publisher, media consultant and National Director, Media/Public Affairs of the National Think-Tank, a policy advocacy group, is one Nigerian passionate about moving the nation forward. In this interview with OLAWUNMI OJO, he speaks on the recent ascension of Goodluck Jonathan to office as President, his ministers, the political parties, the build-up to 2011…
7 May 2010
CONVICTED former reverend of the Christian Praying Assembly, Reverend Emeka Ezeugo, a. k. a. Rev. (Dr.) King has demanded from the Kaduna State Commissioner of Police, Alhaji Tambari Yabo Muhammed a public apology and retraction of publications in a national newspaper over claims that he was fingered in the recent jail break at Kaduna Prison…
7 May 2010
Ten years after some Nigerian women abroad under the auspices of Nigeria Women in Atlanta Georgia (NWAG) came together with a mission to mission to alleviate the sufferings of many marginalised women in Nigeria and by extension, empower them to adequately contribute their quota to national development, the impact of their activities have truly been…

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