Five challenges Buhari should tackle now
President Muhammadu Buhari, leader of the most populous black nation on earth, may not be well aware of what most of the citizens are saying at this time about his administration and how far they think he can take Nigeria.
Wives must cooperate with their husbands, says Okoh
Wife of the Primate of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) and President of Women’s Organisations of the Diocese of Abuja, Mrs. Nkasiobi Okoh has urged Anglican women to cooperate with their husbands in their homes.
Ogun State raises N1 billion to fight insecurity
Ogun State Government yesterday said that it had raised over N1 billion to fight insecurity in the state. A statement by the Chief Press Secretary to the Governor, Mr. Kunle Somorin, said the money was raised through the State Security Trust Fund committee set up by Governor Dapo Abiodun.
Religious leaders hold four-day prayers over insecurity
Religious leaders under the Charismatic Renewal of Nigeria (CCRN) in the Catholic Archdiocese of Lagos have revealed plans to host a four days prayer over insecurity and other challenges facing the nation.
Insecurity increasing population of widows — Urho
Insecurity, especially in the Niger Delta region, has been blamed for the increasing population of widows, dominated by young women. Also, globally, there is an estimated 258 million widows and one out of 10 lives in extreme poverty
Monarch urges religious harmony to check insecurity
The Emir of Katisna, Alhaji Abdulmumini Usman, has sought unity among Christians and Muslims to address the pervasive insecurity in the country. Playing host yesterday to a non-governmental organisation, Brothers Across Borders (BAB) in his palace in Katsina...
LSHA canvasses implementation of law to tackle environmental challenges
The Lagos State House of Assembly (LSHA) has insisted on the implementation of the state’s environmental law to tackle challenges that residents are confronted with while urging said residents to comply.
ECOWAS urges adoption of regulations on livestock, pastoralism to tackle insecurity, communal Conflict
Governments of member countries of the Economic Community of West African State (ECOWAS) have been urged to implement regulations on livestock and pastoralism across the region to curb incessant farmers/herders crisis as well as other inter-community conflicts.
NUPENG, PENGASSAN task FG on insecurity
Worried by increasing insecurity and crimes in the country, the Nigeria Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers (NUPENG) and Petroleum and Natural Gas Senior Staff Association of Nigeria (PENGASSAN) have urged the Federal Government to take necessary actions to end insecurity threatening the country’s social cohesion.
Activists, scholars blame insecurity on past inactions
The pervasive insecurity, poverty, and corruption in Nigeria have been blamed on the past inactions of the nation’s leaders. The country’s Structural Adjustment Programme (SAP) of the military President Ibrahim Babangida administration in 1992 was specifically fingered as the precursor to the institutionalised poverty...
Again, Buhari marshals plans to curb insecurity
President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday in Abuja said the entire structure of the Nigerian Police Force was being overhauled and re-positioned with modern gadgets to meet rising challenges across the nation. He also revealed that an intelligence loop among all security outfits has been created.