You can't sit in Lagos and decide the fate of APC on zoning - Buhari
Nigeria president Muhammad Buhari has said no one has the power to decide for the ruling All Progressive Congress on zoning. “You cannot sit there in Lagos, for instance, and decide on the fate of APC on zoning," Buhari said during an interview with Arise TV on Thursday. "Therefore we should allow the party to…
Presidency lists military’s feats as Nigeria marks Armed Forces Day
The Presidency has listed the achievements of the military in the ongoing fight against insurgency and violent crimes, as Nigeria marks this year’s Armed Forces Remembrance Day today.
Kebbi distributes equipment to farmers’ cooperatives
Youth and women groups have been advised to engage themselves in agricultural production to fend for themselves and contribute to the development of society.
NCDMB targets 2,000 jobs, begins Bayelsa industrial park phase II
No fewer than 2,000 direct jobs would be created when the Nigerian Oil and Gas Parks Scheme (NOGAPS) in Emeyal-1, Ogbialand in Bayelsa State takes off. The park would also serve as a capacity development centre and on-the-job training hub for youths. This comes as the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB) launches the…
Worrying IP theft, corruption in Nigeria
The stark reality is that Nigeria wastes entirely too much money and time policing crimes like burglary, fraud, and bank-robbery when it should be doing something about intellectual piracy instead. Intellectual piracy, that is stealing of the ideas of others and claiming them as your own is the commonest crime in Nigeria today and one…
Archbishop lists Ikpeazu, Buhari’s successes, failures
Retiring Archbishop of Aba in Abia State, Ecclesiastical Province/Bishop of Umuahia of the Anglican Communion, Most Rev. Ikechi Nwaosu...
Things fall apart, but is the President aware?
ANAP Foundation has commissioned opinion polls for every Presidential Poll and many Governorship Polls since 2011. The results of the extensive polls conducted, on our behalf by NOI Polls, for the 2019 Presidential elections indicate that respondents who were undecided and/or unwilling to disclose their candidate (the Undecided) at the time of the Poll (end-January)…
2019 advertising may hurt traditional media
A recent research by the Association of Communication Scholars and Professionals of Nigeria (ACSPN), in collaboration with North Dakota State University, ORBICOM/UNESCO and other partners, including APCON with supported from Ford Foundation, has recommended creative approaches to media planning during electioneering processes.
Going up the down staircase
The trajectory of Nigeria’s political evolution is once again being mapped out and catalogued in its elections and in the run up to its elections. It will, of course, all end in tears, with depths plumbed anew and plenty of real and virtual conduct unbecoming.