UN secretary-general condemns killing of protesters in Nigeria
The United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has condemned the killing of unarmed protesters by Nigerian authorities. "The Secretary-General is following recent developments in Nigeria and calls for an end to reported police brutality and abuses," Guterres's spokesman Stephanie Dujarric said in a statement on Wednesday. "He condemns the violent escalation on 20 October in Lagos…
These Northern Professors
There is no doubt about the fact that university teachers and professors are respected in Nigeria, and this is demonstrated...
Where politics disunites, football unites
“In praise of football” would have been the most appropriate heading of this reflection.However, the realisation of the global symbolism of today’s meeting in Helsinki, Finland of two great world leaders of Russia and the United States of America, compelled a deeper introspection of the thematic area.
New Beginnings And Other Stories That Made Our Week
This week was a week of new beginnings in all ramifications. Seven days did not seem too long or too short as we saw lives changed forever in a matter of minutes. From births to a new understanding of words and terms, these are the stories that made our week. Chronicles of BBNaija The 2018…
Lessons from Trump
One major lesson that should be learnt from the Trump’s win in the just concluded 2016 presidential election is that no person on this plane has the power to control the world.
Where is the United States that I used to know?
This piece was going to be written irrespective of the outcome of the elections. In fact, it is being written two days before the election because the outcome ...
Clinton jumps to double-digit lead over Trump
Hillary Clinton has soared to a 12-point lead over Donald Trump in the race for the White House, according to a new poll released Sunday, with the real estate magnate's support ...
Trump lays out plan for first 100 days in 'Gettysburg Address'
Donald Trump on Saturday unveiled plans for the first 100 days of his presidency, vowing to create 25 million jobs over a decade and middle class tax cuts, as he and Hillary Clinton courted undecided swing state voters.