Lady Maiden Alex Ibru
Prospects, retrospection as The Guardian clocks 37
If indeed, life, as they say, begins at 40, it could be rightly said that The Guardian is coming of age. Today marks the 37th anniversary of this iconic newspaper.
Medical experts raise concern over Nigeria’s health sector
Some groups of medical experts have said there is looming danger in Nigeria’s healthcare system if necessary and urgent steps are not taken to address it.
DO.11 Designs unveils flagship store in Lagos
Equipped with the vision to transform lives by beautifying spaces, top-of-the-range interior designers, DO.11 Designs Limited...
Speakers at BSN lecture task Nigerians, media on successful elections
The General Secretary, Bible Society of Nigeria (BSN), Dr. Dare Ajiboye has urged the electorate not to sell their Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs), as that will...
MUSON unveils 2018 feast
The publisher of The Guardian Newspapers, Lady Maiden Alex-Ibru, will headline the 2018 My Kind of Music programme of this year’s Musical Society of Nigeria (MUSON) Festival of Arts.
The Guardian eyes entry into the Nigerian Stock Exchange
The President, National Council of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE);The CEO, NSE, members of the Executive Committee; thank you so much for according Guardian Newspapers Limited this significant opportunity as we clock 35 years of glorious service to our country.
Professor Wale Omole at 75
Professor Wale Omole, the Chairman, Editorial Board of The Guardian Newspapers, looked back and appreciated the Living God who had seen him through the past 75 years of his journey in life.
A stranger can be your dream maker, Abudu tells women
Nigerian women in business have been advised to support one another to grow by employing women over men as a way to fix the patriarchal problems in the country.