How Nigeria can end AIDS before 2030, by NACA
The gloomy picture painted by UNAIDS that without appropriate attention COVID-19 could cause hundreds of thousands of new Human Immuno-deficiency Virus (HIV) infections, and Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome...
ASUU strike: Before the brain drain again
We all just need to freeze our fixation on other subjects of urgent national importance at this time to discuss the plight of teachers, notably university teachers at this time in Nigeria.
Why people call me Senior Artvocate from Nigeria, by Eni
Germany-based Nigerian painter, sculptor, multimedia performance artist, Emmanuel Eni, popularly called Blackman in European Kitchen, in this interview with DR. FRANK OGIOMOH, and made talks about his art, philosophy. How have the various institutions you attended including London’s Royal Academy of Art impacted your career as an artist? BEING in the best universities reading art…
Group urges FG to intervene in Nigerian prisoners’ plight in Togo
A group Global Society for Anti-Corruption (GSAC), has urged the Federal Government to intervene in the plight of over 200 Nigerians allegedly languishing in various prisons in the Togo Republic.
Catholic secretariat seeks stoppage of loans for Nigeria
•Blames Buhari’s govt for the economic recession The Catholic Secretariat of Nigeria (CSN) has blamed the economic recession in the country on the President Muhammadu Buhari administration and called on the international community to stop giving loans to Nigeria. At a workshop on “Better Ways of Human Rights Promotion in the New Normal” yesterday in…
How government fuels economic recession, by CNPP
The Conference of Nigeria Political Parties (CNPP) has accused the government of fueling economic recession in the country through excessive spending on luxury vehicles and foreign goods.
Publishers lament international piracy, seeks FG’s intervention
Book publishers in the country, yesterday, lamented rising international piracy, stressing that the trend has taken over 70 per cent of the market for published works sold in Nigeria. They also lamented the dearth of the paper mill industry in the country, saying it was the major cause of the high cost of books and…
Nigeria has not been fair to youths, says Akeredolu
Ondo State Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu has said the government at all levels has not been fair to Nigerian youths, stressing there was no concrete plan for the survival of youths
Kaduna Catholic Archbishop, Ndagoso, urges true federalism in Nigeria
• Says current system has made govs lazy The Catholic Archbishop of Kaduna, Most Revd Matthew Man-Oso Ndagoso, has urged the practice of true federalism in Nigeria, saying that failure to entrench the political model has retarded the progress of the nation and made governors be lazy. Ndagoso, who spoke while addressing the Catholic priests…