Prominent Nigerians warn against politising subsidy crisis
While Asiodu called for ‘structured dialogue’ on the crisis, Olayinka urged Nigerians to be cautious about the planned industrial action by the Nigerian union of workers.
How Nigeria can win war against corruption, by Adamolekun
According to him, Prof. Adamolekun’s 18 years of service in the World Bank is a testimony that he has capacity that is internationally-accepted.
Bangladesh Islamist loses final appeal against hanging
A Bangladeshi Islamist leader lost his final appeal Monday against a death sentence for overseeing a massacre during the 1971 independence war, sparking protests by his supporters that left one dead.
South West PTA kicks against insurance policy in unity schools
THE National Association of Parents’ Teachers’ Association of Federal Government Colleges (NAPTAFEGC), South West Zone, has rejected what they described as the imposition of an unnecessary insurance policy scheme on students of unity colleges even as they urged standardisation of education in the country.