The crisis rocking the University of Lagos played out again during the week when the institution that prides itself as the university of first choice cancelled...
Priming public service to cope with COVID-19-induced challenges
The world over, human challenges come with their attendant lessons and opportunities, which if properly harnessed contribute to improving the living standards of mankind.
Hajj 2020: Facts behind barring of foreign pilgrims
No one ever expected it, as it has never happened in recent years. But the signals were glaring that the ravaging Coronavirus pandemic disrupting...
Press Freedom Day: Stakeholders advocate free, accurate information to curb COVID-19
The 2020 World Press Freedom Day will be marked around the globe today with less fanfare due to Coronavirus pandemic, which is ravaging humanity. Although the theme of this year’s celebration
Sad fate of breastfeeding mothers, others during COVID-19 lockdown in Rivers
Thirty-six-year-old Favour Madu, a breastfeeding mother, resides at Akukwa Street in Mile One Diobu, Port Harcourt, Rivers State.
COVID-19 corporate donations: Bazaar or absence of strategic CSR
It is about six years now after Nigeria overcame the Ebola virus epidemic. While Nigeria survived the outbreak with less number of casualties, some African countries
Economy: Will these panic measures stop the hemorrhage?
From manufacturing to services, Nigeria, like every other country, will see Coronavirus contracting the economy. But the strength of the impacts will be a function of the potency of the scourge
Intrigues! As Cross River’s crave for indigenous Chief Judge Robs Ikpeme of appointment
Days after the Cross River State House of Assembly (CRSHA) turned down the confirmation of Justice Akon Ikpeme, as the state’s substantive chief judge on the ground that she hails from Akwa Ibom State
Domkat Bali: 80 cannons for a quintessential General
He belongs to the good old days. At close quarters, Major General Domkat Yah Bali leaves you with the impression of a soldier’s soldier, the stamp that benighted...