Ghana trade act: Time for government intervention
There does not appear the Federal Government has waded into what promises to be a very explosive development in Ghana before long, a country in the West African coast which from time immemorial can be regarded as the second home of a great many Nigerians. The signs are already there: Ghanaians are agitated and pressing…
Ghanaians attack Nigerian traders at Kumasi market
Nigerian traders at the Suame Magazine in Kumasi in the Ashanti Region have allegedly been attacked by Ghanaians, who vowed to evict foreigners from the market.
Ronke Onadeko: ‘We need to write our own authentic stories for other Nigerians to read’
Ronke Onadeko is a seasoned professional with experience in both the Nigerian public and private sector as well as a businesswoman in the entrepreneurial space with over 28 years experience. She has been active in the beverage manufacturing and marketing business, agriculture and agribusiness ventures, oil and gas as well as power-related projects. She is…
Why many Nigerians are in Chinese prisons - Envoy
Mr Wale Oloko, the Consul-General of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in Guangzhou, China, on Monday said that many Nigerians were in various Prisons in Guangdong Province for overstaying their visas. Oloko told the News Agency of Nigeria(NAN) in Lagos that some other Nigerians were also arrested for engaging in drug trafficking and other criminal…
4th batch of 465 Nigerian returnees arrive Port Harcourt
The fourth batch of 465 Nigerian returnees from Libya have arrived Port Harcourt, Mr Martins Ejike, South-South Zonal Coordinator, National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) said. Ejike who received the returnees on Friday, told news that they arrived Port Harcourt International Airport at about 12.25 a.m. on board Max Air. Ejike told newsmen that the evacuation…
1,000 Nigerians die annually of disease epidemics, says ex-LUTH CMD
No fewer than 1,000 Nigerians die annually as a result of disease epidemics, a public health expert, Prof. Akin Osibogun, said on Saturday in Lagos. Osibogun, a former Chief Medical Director (CMD) of LUTH, Lagos, disclosed this at the 8th annual symposium of the Health Writers’ Association of Nigeria (HEWAN). The symposium’s theme was “Emergency…
Who do Nigerians say they are?
I asked people on Facebook and Twitter to complete a short survey. It was to be filled in anonymously as I wanted people to be as relaxed and honest as possible.
A nation without leaders
When a nation is in turmoil, those who have faith in God must pray. Given clear indices that Nigeria is in turmoil, we pray: Gracious God, grant that our leaders become wise, and the wise become our leaders.
‘Nigerians take care of their cars more than their health’
Our main aim is to provide healthcare at a higher level and prevent a lot of people flying abroad for their healthcare.
Help your child form the reading habit
“Nigerians do not read” “Nigerians do not have the reading culture,” These are statements we hear all the time. But they correct true observations, though.