Wednesday, 10th August 2022
Breaking News:

Chris Baywood Ibe

18 Sep 2021
Notable philanthropist and advocate for youth inclusion in governance, Emperor Chris Baywood-Ibe, has said the time has come for Nigeria to walk the path South Africa walked in the pursuit of genuine reconciliation.
29 Aug 2021
Well, I am equally as surprised as you are because I did not know such was going on. So, when they were done with the polling and they got to me, I told them I did not understand what they were saying, but when I saw the polling results....
21 Jul 2021
Frontline entrepreneur, Emperor Chris Baywood Ibe, has said only a progressive-minded Igbo person could summon the courage to participate in the 2023 presidential contest.
15 Nov 2019
To address the rising involvement of young people, who constitute 80 per cent of the nation’s population in crimes and other social vices, Baywood Foundation has set up an internship scheme....
10 Jun 2018
Tropical Arctic Logistics Limited (TAL), a subsidiary of Baywood Continental Limited, has taken delivery of an AW139 helicopter for its shuttle service in the Oil and Gas sector of the Nigerian economy.


15 mins ago
Gov Douye Diri of Bayelsa on Wednesday directed Local Government Chairmen to reside within their domains and ensure peaceful coexistence in their communities.
39 mins ago
Igbo youths under the auspices of the Coalition of South East Youth Leaders (COSEYL) on Wednesday warned groups and individuals promoting the presidential ambition of Senator Ahmed Bola Tinubu to stay clear of the zone. President and Publicity Secretary of the group, Goodluck Ibem and Okay Nworu, in a statement, described as "unfortunate" how certain…
46 mins ago
A Chinese court rejected an appeal in a landmark sexual harassment case on Wednesday, dealing a blow to the country's fledgling #MeToo movement. Zhou Xiaoxuan stepped forward in 2018 to accuse popular state TV host Zhu Jun of forcibly kissing and groping her during her 2014 internship at the broadcaster. Her case inspired many others…
49 mins ago
Tunisia's judicial authorities on Wednesday revoked the sacking in early June by President Kais Saied of almost 50 judges, a court spokesman told AFP. A June 1 presidential decree in the North African country saw Saied fire 57 judges, after accusing many of corruption and other crimes. His move, which rights groups called "a deep…
51 mins ago
Director, Centre for Democratic Development Research and Training, Professor Abubakar Siddique Mohammad has advocated intervention of foreign government to end insurgency in Nigeria. While the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, lecturer lauded the efforts of the Nigerian forces to nip the excesses of the terrorists in the bud, he said the strength of the nation's military…