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3 Aug 2019
A faith-based group, Mothers of the Nations Organisations for Peace and Development, led by its President, Bishop Priscilla Otuya, has called on the government to rise to the challenges of insecurity in the nation before the situation gets to a state of anarchy.
31 Jul 2019
Association of Issuing Houses of Nigeria (AIHN) has listed four areas that the government would need to step up its key reforms while pledging to support the move by rallying the investment community.
28 Jul 2019
Funmi Ajila-Ladipo is the President of, Fashion Designers Association of Nigeria (FADAN). Disturbed by the lack of enabling environment and professionalism in the industry, which she identifies as drawbacks, she tells GERALDINE AKUTU how Nigeria could surmount the odds and make its multi-billion Naira fashion industry bloom to full potential.
25 Jul 2019
The founder of Blessed Assurance Schools, Mrs. Mopelola Oluwole, has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to save the nation’s educational system by monitoring activities of the private schools, particularly their mode of staff recruitment.
22 Jul 2019
Renowned planner, Mr. Moses Ajayi has decried the lack of master plans to guide the growth of the majority of the Nigerian cities, blaming it on the failure of urban governance and lawlessness on the part of the government.
20 Jul 2019
Hundreds of people wearing yellow T-shirts rallied on Saturday in Zambia's capital Lusaka -- to kick start a campaign against corruption in President Edgar Lungu's government.
10 Jul 2019
To contain the pervasive insecurity and restiveness of the younger population, government has been advised to engage the youths productively. A professor of Nutrition and chairman, anniversary committee of Ereko Methodist Cathedral, Tola Atinmo, made the call yesterday at a press briefing to announce activities lined up for the 150th celebration of the first Yoruba-speaking…
28 Jun 2019
A multi-ethnic and multi-religious nation such as ours, must never ignore the importance of a national conversation or a series of them as the needs arise. We need to talk to ourselves each time we pass through the fork on our socio-political road. That way, we would appreciate what ails us as a people and…
29 May 2019
Head, Communications and Technology Desk, ADEYEMI ADEPETUN, reports that in the last four years, the communications sector saw many written plans, but little or no successful implementation. After forming his cabinet, some six months after inauguration as the president in 2015, the charge, Muhammadu Buhari handed his ministers was for them to go and make…
29 May 2019
Hon. Ossai Ossai (PDP) represents Ndokwa/Ukwani Federal Constituency in Delta State. He is also the Secretary of Pro-Parliamentary Legislators agitating for a review of Nigeria’s system of government from presidential to parliamentary. In this interview with LEO SOBECHI, he examines the pitfalls of presidential system, including cost of elections and exclusion of citizens   Last…
12 May 2019
It must be emphasised that the merciful God takes no pleasure in the death of the wicked, but rather that they turn from their ways and live (Ezek. 33:11). Similarly, Jesus is not interested in destroying men’s lives. In Luke 9:56, when two of His disciples, James and John, sought His permission to call fire…
12 May 2019
Usman dan Fodio was an Islamic preacher, reformer, scholar and statesman. Born December 15, 1754 in Maratta, Gobir in today’s northern Nigeria, Dan Fodio devoted his youth in pursuit of Islamic education, preaching, teaching and writing.   He lived in Gobir until 1802, when his reformist ideas ran counter with local authorities, which made him and his followers to…


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