The acrid smell of urine pervaded the air. It was sickening. Yet the bus conductor, who seemed nonchalant, continued to yell on top of his voice: Ibadan, Abeokuta, and Ilorin…
Akinyele … Peaceful domain unsettled by violent killings
June 2020 was replete with gory narratives that oozed from Akinyele Local Council of Oyo State. Specifically, the gruesome murder of no fewer than five people
‘Third Mainland Bridge structurally stable, maintenance to avert rigidity’
From Friday, July 24, 2020 to January 24, 2021, the Third Mainland Bridge in Lagos State would undergo another round of repairs.
Private school owners, parents differ on online teaching
With the shutdown of public and private educational institutions across the country, as a result of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), students have been away from schools since March. And they may likely remain in their homes furthermore based on the recent government
Open defecation: Corps member builds toilet for host community
A National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) member, Samuel Felix Ekanem, serving in Iganna Kingdom, Iwajowa Local Council of Oyo State, has built a public toilet for the host community. Ekanem said the facility represents his contribution to fight against open defecation in the country. He lamented that residents defecated by the roadsides, in the bushes,…
Safeguarding homes, communities through hi-tech approach
With daily reports of widespread kidnappings, maiming, killings, armed robberies, banditry and all sorts of criminality being experienced in virtually all parts of the country...
COVID-19: How churches cope without regular services
Since the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic, things have not been the same in every facet of life. There has been a standstill, and the church has not been spared.
Individuals should take responsibility for their safety in markets — Experts
Since Coronavirus is transmitted mainly through contact with infected people and surfaces, authorities have been emphasising the need to stay at least two metres away from others and frequently...
COVID-19: How Chinese businesses are rallying round ‘a great host’
“A good and capable guest can come to the aid of its host in time of needs,” so says an African proverb. It is perhaps in the light of this that Chinese businesses...
How COVID-19 boosts culture of working remotely
It took the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic to make some Nigerians come to terms with the fact that physical meetings are not all the times unnecessary, just as working remotely