‘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.
Nigerians and excellence in the Diaspora
If Nigeria had any problems as a nation, the solutions, in range and depth, available to her, should automatically make nonsense of such problems.
5.7m Nigerians have HIV/AIDS, say African ex-leaders
“In 2001 the countries that were mostly affected were in Southern Africa: here in West Africa, prevalence rate were low, in Nigeria at one stage less than one per cent.”
One year in office: Between the APC-led Govt and Nigerians
Obviously, the challenges are enormous. President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration met an economy that was almost brought to its knees, an economy gasping for breath on account of corruption.
Tomato scarcity: How Nigerians are coping
It is no longer news that tomatoes, an essential commodity, has become scarcer than hen’s teeth and more expensive than a litre of petrol.
Akinde urges Nigerians to hold elected leaders accountable
Archbishop of the Ecclesiastical Province of Lagos, Church of Nigeria, Anglican Communion and the Bishop of Lagos Mainland, Most Revd. Adebayo Akinde has urged Nigerians to demand accountability...
Occupy Buhari to occupy our hearts
One of the most baffling spectacles of the current debate over fuel price increase is the silence of otherwise very articulate acclaimed change agents, in and out of government.