Why Nigeria needs moral re-armament now!
I have been reflecting on what we should to do to escape from the brink that a former United States envoy to Nigeria, John Campbell predicted in his strange (2010/2013) book, ‘Nigeria: Dancing on the Brink’.
Productive sector needs FG’s support to avert recession – OPS
As Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continue to jolt economies across the world, Nigeria is equally battling to find the right balance between revenue drive and rising poverty
Textiles workers condemn fuel price hike
The National Union of Textiles, Garment and Tailoring Workers of Nigeria (NUTGTWN) has expressed disappointment over fuel price hike by the Federal Government
UN says 2 killed, helicopter hit in jihadist attack
The United Nations on Saturday said two civilians including a five-year-old child were killed and an aid helicopter damaged in a jihadist attack in restive northeast Nigeria.
Auction of Nigeria’s ‘stolen’ artefacts holds in Paris amid opposition
Some allegedly stolen artefacts of Nigerian origin, will today, be up for sale in Paris, France, amid efforts to stop the exercise.
Buhari and statesmen’s suit against sectionalism
In an unprecedented but bold move, some elder statesmen and women leaders from Southern and Middle Belt Nigeria have taken the Federal Government to court
Boko Haram enjoying media patronage without paying
Sir: They said war doesn’t decide who is right but who is left. Narratives of media reports on counter insurgency in northeastern part of Nigeria is another threat...
Nigeria records 684 new cases as total number of infections hits 23, 298
Nigeria has recorded 684 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number of infections in the country to 23, 298. The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC)