Cancellation good for participants, says Obisanya
Following the cancellation of the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) Challenge Plus Nigeria Open, earlier planned for August 18 to 22 this year due to COVID-19 pandemic
INEC’s stance heightens intra-party issues in Ondo, Edo states
No matter how bad or worse the COVID-19 pandemic may get in the coming days, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has said nothing would make it
Sokoto government begins distribution of palliatives from FG
Sokoto state government on Saturday began the distribution of the Federal Government’s palliatives to alleviate the harsh economic realities occasioned by COVID-19 pandemic.
It’s a pandemic, not pandelympics
We all have that one friend. I know I do. You probably do too. The one who wakes up at 5am to iron bed linen as she finds it a form of mindfulness… No, I am not kidding.
COVID-19 lockdown increasing patronage of TBAs
The COVID-19 pandemic ravaging many countries across the world appears to have taken a severe toll on pregnant women. Given the present challenges of medical infrastructure
FAAN management, workers bicker over 50 per cent pay slash
Management of the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) and its workers are at loggerheads over a 50 per cent pay cut.
How I joined Yale Young African Scholars, by Akinkugbe
A year 10 pupil of Greensprings School, Zanita Akinkugbe, has been accepted as one of the scholars of this year’s Yale Young African Scholars (YYAS) programme
Virtual teaching widens learning disparity between rich, poor Students
A quick look at the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic lockdown and its attendant challenges showed that it is currently expanding learning inequality in the country.