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26 Jun
The fact that prominent people are newsmakers is one remarkable feature journalists cherish in reporting news and current affairs. Side by side with prominence is oddity and novelty
26 Jun
Given the rising poverty, neglect and injustice in the country, Zakat- a tax on wealthy Muslims - comes as a golden lifebelt to the poor and downtrodden.
26 Jun
According to experts, a safe and secure environment is a sine qua non for students of all ages since it helps learners to develop confidence and focus on their most important assignment
26 Jun
Without mincing words, and judging from reports released by local and international observers, as well as civil society organisations, etc, political parties and politicians constitute
26 Jun
To actualise this, the Bayelsa State-born environmentalist, social thinker, entrepreneur and lawyer, who later turned engineer, recently embarked on a 14-day sojourn into the deep rainforest of Bayelsa.
19 Jun
Nine years ago, when a McKinsey report forecasted a $40 billion growth opportunity in Nigeria’s food and consumer goods sector, the general outlook was towards a boom that would benefit all stakeholders within the space.
19 Jun
Almost a year after it constituted special visitation panels, the Federal Ministry of Education in May received the reports of the panels established to examine the state of affairs at Nigeria’s tertiary institutions, about a year after the crisis of leadership...
19 Jun
On June 1, the Nigerian Navy (NN) turned 66 years, an anniversary that was marked with a weeklong celebration. Starting as the Nigerian Marines, the past six decades plus have been eventful for the service with remarkable reforms and transformations that have seen it emerge as the largest naval establishment in Africa.
12 Jun
When in 2008, the Lagos State government established the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT), it was for easy navigation, and to fast-track residents’ movement in, and around the state
12 Jun
It was not totally in vain that Nigerians chorused, “M.K.O, is our man oo” in 1993. Even in death, he remains the country’s symbol of hope for good governance.
28 May
As the world marks Menstrual Hygiene Day today with the theme, ‘Making menstruation a normal fact of life by 2030, IJEOMA THOMAS-ODIA highlights the impediments to proper menstrual hygiene
22 May
Last year, heads of states of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) adopted a new roadmap towards achieving Eco with the launch date now scheduled for 2027.

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Massive flooding on Sunday overran Ajaokuta-Ganaja-Lokoja road in Kogi which links the metropolis to the eastern part of the state.
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The Lagos State Environmental Enforcement and Special Offences Unit impounded 150 motorcycles for violating traffic rules in the last one week.
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Just as most beliefs, the Yoruba culture includes a world of myths, allegories, poetry and the love and wisdom of the Ifa divination system which helps to remind the Yoruba people of their past and customs that have survived through history and have helped shape their literature and religion as we know it today. Yoruba…
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September 10 of every year is dedicated to preventing suicide in our society. The 2022 World Suicide Prevention Day theme is “Creating Hope through Action.” The World Health Organization estimates that about 703,000 people die from suicide every year. That translates to about one suicide death every 44 seconds and 1,926 deaths every day. The…
4 hours ago
Police Service Commission (PSC) has extended the closure of its recruitment portal for the 2022 batch of constables in the Nigeria Police Force (NPF) by one month.