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3 days ago
In this breathtaking collection of poems, Osonuga plumbs the depths of the lived and enduring effects of nepotism in his country. In these pages, the writer untangles the complexities of exile
19 Sep
The Kaduna State Government is exploring options for financing social protection programmes, to address multidimensional poverty among residents of the state.
18 Sep
Delta State Governor, Dr.Ifeanyi Okowa, has blamed the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) for the rising hunger and poverty in the country due to its poor management of the economy.
18 Sep
About 18.5 million children, 60 per cent of whom are girls, do not have access to education in Nigeria. This grim reality that stares at the country is what Foluke Sijuwola Falayi
18 Sep
Similarly, accountability and openness are essential ingredients to engender public trust in leaders and governments.
3 Sep
Key stakeholders in Nigeria’s electoral process on Friday said weak punitive sanctions against those involved in vote trading and the increasing poverty in the country were derailing the fight against vote buying and selling.
25 Aug
With over 30 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry, he spoke to journalists about how government policies affect the pharmaceutical sector and measures taken by the company to remain competitive.
22 Aug
The Project Accountant, Feed the Vulnerable Families Foundation in Nigeria (FTVF), Alhaji Quadri Animashaun, has urged philanthropic
17 Aug
Insecurity is everywhere in the land. Except for the period of the Civil War between 1967 and 1970, the country has never experienced anything close to this level of insecurity.
15 Aug
The immediate past Resident Electoral Commissioner in Rivers State, Obo Effanga, has stated that it is only an improved economy that can guarantee the total eradication of vote buying during the electioneering period in Nigeria.
15 Aug
Gov. Mai Mala Buni has sponsored the enrollment of 100 poor and vulnerable people under the ‘Expanded Healthcare Services Scheme’ in the state.
7 Aug
The current socio-economic challenges and rising insecurity may persist unless the country finds a solution to the worsening to ethnic and religious divisions.

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Ahead of the 2023 general elections, the Enugu chapter of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) has assured of its readiness to bring disruptive change to governance in the state. This was disclosed on Saturday after the party's ward-level consultative meetings were held simultaneously across the 260 wards. Speaking to newsmen after a tour of…
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The White House on Saturday blasted a court ruling in Arizona that imposes a near-complete ban on abortions in the southwestern US state as "catastrophic, dangerous and unacceptable."
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Powerful storm Fiona knocked out electricity to more than 500,000 homes Saturday as it lashed east Canada with strong winds and heavy rains in conditions that police said were "like nothing we've ever seen."
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Police in Ogun have arrested an 84-year-old man, Stephen Jack for having unlawful carnal knowledge of an eight-year-old girl.
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The Lagos State High Court has declared that it is unconstitutional for Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) to impose fines on motorists suspected to have committed traffic offenses without a court order. The judge Justice Olalekan Oresanya made the declaration while delivering judgment in a suit filed by a motorist, Lawal Aliyu against LASTMA,…