Stock market halts two weeks gains as loses index 1.03%
Although the stock market closed positive on three of the week's four trading sessions, sell-offs in bellwethers dragged market performance last week, after two consecutive weeks of gain.
Federalism is the answer, after all - Part 34
June 12, a political matter, which highlighted, in the main, the injustices embedded in the Nigerian state was marked last week by progressive forces across the country.
CAN faults Democracy Day celebration amid insecurity
Officials of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) in the 19 Northern States and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Abuja have said that the nation has no reason to celebrate Democracy Day
Democracy Day 2021: CISLAC laments shrinking civic space, dwindling democratic values
The Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre (CISLAC) has expressed serious concerns over recent unwary development threatening citizens’ fundamental rights and freedom as well as civic space at all levels.
Residents score Bauchi government high on infrastructure, very low on salary payments
Some Bauchi residents have expressed satisfaction with Gov. Bala Mohammed’s infrastructural strides across the state, but decried the non-payment
No protester, hoodlum arrested in Ogun on democracy day- Police
The police command in Ogun says no protester nor hoodlum was arrested during democracy day celebration in the sate. ASP Abimbola Oyeyemi
June 12: Lalong decries use of social media against democracy
Gov. Simon Lalong of Plateau has decried the use of social media in threatening Nigeria’s democracy. The governor decried this at a dinner he organised to commemorate Nigeria’s Democracy Day on Saturday at the Government House, Jos. He said some Nigerians were using the social media to propagate their personal interests at the detriment of…
Protesters demand good governance, security
Two dominant songs characterised the celebration of Democracy Day yesterday as protesters filed out to promote their cause. There were ‘#BuhariMustGo’ and ‘#IStandwithBuhari’ groups as supporters...
Democracy Day: Demolish sectarian fences, build bridges, Abiodun urges Nigerians
Ogun State governor, Dapo Abiodun, has said that the best way for Nigerians to immortalise and celebrate the late Moshood Kashimawo Olawale (MKO) Abiola and June 12, is to build bridges and demolish sectarian fences.