Recently, Edo University, Iyamho held members of the public spellbound with its brand of technological innovations and academic excellence at its second convocation ceremony.
Unending search for balanced narrative over #EndSARS protest
The search for a balanced version of what happened at the Lekki Tollgate, Lagos, on the night of October 20, 2020, in what many now tag the “Lekki Massacre” appears still far from over as diverse interest groups continue to push their respective agenda.
White House opens for Biden: How four states stood down winner for four days
After four days of suspense, the White House yesterday beckoned on Joe Biden, the former U.S vice president and candidate of the Democratic Party in the 2020 Presidential Election after he met the statutory requirement by polling 273 electoral college votes. Results from the swing state of Pennsylvania confirmed victory for Biden and his running mate,…
Milestones in the fall of Donald Trump
The journey to President Donald John Trump’s eventual loss of a second term in the White House was long in coming. As a deal maker, the outgoing President of the most powerful nation on earth detests failure. His decision to contest the Presidency began on a shaky note, especially given his unorthodox strategies and queer…
Human trafficking: Illicit trade that thrived despite COVID-19 restrictions
Twenty-year-old Agnes Fubara had looked forward to a career as a news presenter. From an early age, she joined the editorial club in her school to prepare her for journalism.
Whither the e-wallet scheme?
As fertilizer scarcity lingers across Nigeria, the country seems to be returning gradually to the old fertiliser distribution regime, a development posing serious threats to farmers’ productivity.
Ex-president Jonathan visits Enugu as Igbo opens Business Hall Of Fame
In what comes as his first official visit to the Southeast geopolitical after relinquishing power on May 29, 2015, Nigeria’s former President, Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan
Cywinski… Polish activist who wants to replace Nigeria’s Farouq in jail
Forty-eight-year-old Polish historian and activist, Piotr Cywinski, has attracted global attention after offering to lead 119 other volunteers to spend a month in Nigerian prison in order for convicted Nigerian teens, Umar Farouq to be set free. In his September 25, 2020, a dated letter addressed to President Muhammadu Buhari, seeking freedom for the juvenile,…
‘Supporting the poor to become productive will reduce crime rate’
The motivation is rooted in the desire to assist others. The truth is that the government cannot do everything for the people.
High expectation as e-Customs project reloads
With the approval of $3.1 billion e-Customs projects, expectations are high that the trade facilitation mandate of the Nigerian Customs Service (NCS) will not only receive a boost but rub off positively on the country’s economy. The project is expected to improve Customs’ clearance efficiency to facilitate trade, stimulate end user’s satisfaction, and foster mutually…