When president Mohammadu Buhari visited Lagos seaports to inaugurate the deep blue project on Thursday, the protracted Apapa traffic gridlock that has defied nearly every solution disappeared...
‘How we’ve fared in Six years’
Providing the needed information can be a welcome relief in difficult times. The recent scorecard released by the President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration no doubts
Telecoms companies seek speedy resolution as Nigerians devise alternative route to Twitter
The President Muhammadu Buhari administration’s growing insatiable thirst for undermining freedom of expression is gradually exposing the country to national and international ridicule
Incessant gas explosions put Abeokuta on edge
Palpable fear and tension have enveloped residents of Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital, following the rising spate of gas explosion incidents rocking the ancient city.
Corona School students win National History Competition
With the quality of its graduates and the several awards won by the students, it is clear that Corona Secondary School (CSS), Agbara, Ogun State, is daily living up to its vision of producing
All set for unveiling of the making of the Nigerian flagship
All is now set for the launch of the book: ‘The Making of The Nigerian Flagship: A Story of The Guardian’ on Wednesday, April 7, 2021, at the Balmoral Events and Conference Centre of Federal Palace Hotel
Lafarge’s effluence: Furore over impact on farmlands, residents - Part 2
High expectations, enthusiasm greeted the commencement of operations by the West Africa Portland Cement Company (WAPCO), now Lafarge Africa Plc in Ewekoro
Farmers/herders’ clash: Plotting roadmap to peace in Ogun
The issue of insecurity ravaging Nigeria has manifested in several forms, the most poignant being the conflict between herders and farmers in some parts of the country
African land grabbing: Whose interests are served?
The subject of transnational land acquisitions, infamously referred to as land grabbing, has increasingly become an important policy concern in Africa as acquisitions have grown in scale and number.