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Today, Sunday, August 7, 2022, marks 174 days since the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) commenced, on February 14, 2022, a four-week “comprehensive and total” nationwide strike, which has grounded the Nigeria University System (NUS) thereby keeping university students at home for months now.
15 hours ago
Statistics released by the Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) has revealed that about 32,000 Muslims were killed by terrorists within three years in Nigeria.
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Professor Ayodele Francis Ogunye clocked 80 on July 31. He is not just a giant in the field of Chemical Engineering in Nigeria, he has also impacted the field tremendously as a scholar and industry player.
31 Jul
Abiodun, Fashola Working To Straighten Grey Areas The dream of enjoying a smooth ride on the Lagos-Abeokuta expressway, especially Sango-Ota axis, Ogun State soon, as promised by Governor Dapo Abiodun, may turn out to be a stillborn, if the ‘power play’ between the state and Federal Government is not shelved.    Last week, almost seven…
30 Jul
The widely held notion that Abuja, Nigeria’s federal capital is the most secured location in the country has been gravely punctured. In recent times, the attack on the nation’s medium Correctional Centre
30 Jul
The latest reintroduction of the rejected Water Resources Bill to the 9th National Assembly is arousing a lot of curiosity among Nigerians and has resurrected the sharp criticism of the proposed law
24 Jul
With the upgrade of 10 substations aimed at addressing the power needs of over 13 million people in Lagos State, the World Bank and Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) may be contributing
17 Jul
Nigerians may, in the next one year, be made to pay nothing less than N882 billion in an attempt by authorities to make sure prices of Premium Motor Spirit (PMS), also called petrol,
17 Jul
Ten months before the curtain falls on President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration, that burgeoning clan of millions of Nigerians that believed the government’s ability to protect
3 Jul
Before the Russo-Ukrainian War, which started in 2014 escalated on February 24, 2022, most African countries had been battling energy crises.
3 Jul
The manipulations that led to the dramatic approval of the $3.1 billion Customs modernisation project to another party completely different from the one approved by the Federal Executive Council...
2 Jul
>The rising and widespread insecurity in the country has raised posers about the preparedness and ability of the law enforcement agencies to tackle the alarming wave of criminal activities
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