facts ken saro-wiwa
10 Nov 2020
Kenule Beeson Tsaro-Wiwa was born on this day in 1941. Kenule popularly known as Ken Saro-Wiwa was an award-winning human rights activist who met his untimely death in 1995 while fighting against the environmental degradation and the survival of the Ogoni people under the administration of Military head of state, Sani Abacha. Yet his impact…
6 mins ago
Relegation-threatened Everton announced on Monday they had appointed former Burnley boss Sean Dyche as their new manager to replace the sacked Frank Lampard.
10 mins ago
The new Director-General, National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), Brig.-Gen. Yusha’u Ahmed, has pledged to improve security, welfare of youth corps members and staff to engender optimal service delivery to the nation.
19 mins ago
A study carried out by Network of Female Professionals in Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (FEMinWASH), has revealed that Nigeria looses N207 million ($517,524) annually to the non-functionality of boreholes. According to the study, the non -utilization of the national strategy for Village Level Operation and Maintenance (VLOM) by contractors and technocrats has resulted in waste…
27 mins ago
In a move to curtail farmers/herders clashes in the country, the National Agricultural Laded Development Agency (NALDA) has established 100hectares farm integrated farm estates in Sokoto state to boost animal husbandry and crop production. The farm estate among others has a modern animal husbandry farm with a cow milking parlour with a capacity of 200…