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12 Sep
A year after the committee on implementation of post COVID-19 initiatives for the creative industry was inaugurated, artists and culture workers are still waiting for their own palliative. The committee was inaugurated on August 18, 2020.
26 Aug
Persons With Disabilities (PWDs)’s dreams of benefitting from the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) palliative from the Federal Government is turning out a mirage in Taraba State, The Guardian learnt.
21 Dec 2020
Some events witnessed in the country in the past few months suggest that public accountability in Nigeria can draw parallel to the protests in US and elsewhere with the slogan “black life matters”.
31 Oct 2020
On October 8, this year, the youth of the country began a protest with the hashtag #ENDSARS. It was aimed at curbing police brutality, which was encapsulated in a five-point demand to wit: Immediate release of all arrested protesters; justice for all deceased victims....
30 Oct 2020
• Group says searching looters’ houses for items unconstitutional • Abia gives looters seven days to return Aba Dental Centre equipment, others A personal assistant to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Flavour Eze, has denied taking delivery of any Federal Government COVID-19 palliative meant for Enugu State. He told reporters in Enugu that the…
28 Oct 2020
The nightmare isn’t over yet. No matter how much one tries, it is still difficult to shake it off. The tragic conclusion of the two week running street protests by the Nigerian youths under the aegis of #EndSARS remains a nightmare...
27 Oct 2020
A sun newspaper journalist, Emmanuel Adeyemi, was yesterday, shot by hoodlums raiding warehouses in Lokoja, Kogi State. Adeyemi was said to be on his way to the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) secretariat when he was shot. The miscreants also shot another passerby whose name could not be immediately ascertained. The victim was said to…
24 Oct 2020
A Lagos lawmaker, Mr Noheem Adams, has appealed to hoodlums hiding under the guise of EndSARS protesters to stop looting and destruction of private and public property.
28 May 2020
Kano State Government has said the distribution of food items donated by Federal government as palliatives during COVID-19 lockdown will commence on Thursday. Commissioner for local government in Kano, Murtala Sule Garo made this known at the routine state press briefing on COVID-19 at Government house. Kano State will kick off the distribution of 110…
13 May 2020
A Magistrates’ Court sitting in Kano on Wednesday issued a bench warrant for the arrest of Malam Kabiru Ado-Panshekara, the Chairman of Kumbotso Local Government Council in the state for failure to appear before it.

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