Monday, 3rd October 2022
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30 Jun
On the sidelines of the 26th edition of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) held in Kigali, Rwanda, President Muhammadu Buhari and his team Thursday morning visited the Kigali Genocide Memorial
22 Apr
The invasion in broad daylight on Sunday, April 10, 2022 of Kukawa, Gyambawu, Dungur, Kyaram, Yelwa, Dadda, Wanka, Shuwaka, Gwammadaji and Dadin Kowa communities
21 Mar
The United States will Monday officially declare that the violence against the Rohingya minority committed by Myanmar's military amounted to genocide, a move cautiously welcomed by activists and members of the beleaguered community.
15 Feb
As the peace accord in Southern Kaduna appears to have broken down, the Hausa in Zango Kataf Local Council has alleged plot to totally annihilate them by the natives.
19 Sep 2021
Turkey's president on Sunday said his country was ready for talks with Armenia but added Yerevan needed to take steps towards opening a controversial transport link through its territory.
15 Sep 2021
As some world leaders gather in New York for their annual United Nations (UN) General Assembly rituals, the 22 September debate on “Reparations, Racial Justice, and Equality for People of African Descent” to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the 2001...
6 Jul 2021
As things stand today, the socio-political health of the country is a legitimate cause for grave concern because unlike previous crises that we had somehow managed to circumnavigate, the unprecedented insecurity....
5 Jul 2021
On Sunday July 4, 2021, Rwanda again solemnly marked the 27th anniversary of the end of the genocide of Tutsis in that country. What is known today as the Rwandan genocide...
5 Apr 2021
A UN tribunal in Tanzania has denied a request for early release by a man considered the mastermind of the 1994 genocide in Rwanda that left some 800,000 dead.
24 Jan 2021
For a struggle of over 200 years, it was time to fight to finish. Whatever the causes of the fight, “I have a right to enslave you,” “you have no right to enslave me,” “he has a right to enslave him,”
6 Jan 2021
The EndSARS protest recently staged in many parts of the country to demand an end to police brutality was called off by the organizers after hordes of disenchanted irate youths took advantage of the widespread...
18 Oct 2020
Amid the rising agitations seeking to redefine the Nigerian entity after 106 years of amalgamation and 60 years of independence, the U.S.-based musician, social commentator, and peace activist, Prince Ayo Manuel Ajisebutu, has sued for peace in what appears the most volatile period in Nigeria’s history, urging the citizens to embrace love as the only…


6 mins ago
President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden head to storm-ravaged Puerto Rico on Monday, in a bid to show solidarity with a US territory whose people have complained of neglect after past natural disasters.
1 hour ago
Drum roll, because it’s that time of the year again. And yes, we are referring to our beloved country, Nigeria’s Independence Day. While the day is widely known for celebrating the years since we gained freedom from colonial masters (62 to be precise), it’s also an opportunity for you to worry less about what colour…
2 hours ago
Investigations have revealed that over 8,000 stranded overtime cargoes, valued at about N3 trillion, are currently littering the country’s three major seaports – Apapa, Tin Can and Onne – with little or no effort made to find a lasting solution to the nuisance caused by the scraps.
3 hours ago
After another fence-mending session at the weekend between presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Alhaji Atiku Abubakar and governor of Rivers State, Nyesom Wike, who has remained estranged since the party concluded its convention in May...
3 hours ago
It was not cheery news on the trading floor of the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX), as activities on the stock market took a negative turn last Tuesday following the increase of the Monetary Policy Rate (MPR) for the third consecutive time to stabilise prices.