How to revamp Nigeria’s educational system – Anyaoku
When the door to his living room opens un-announced and a voice asks: “Are you the gentlemen from the former president?” None of the three reporters could have mistaken the voice of Chief Emeka Anyaoku for anyone else’s.
UK’s Prince George starts school, pregnant mum Kate too ill to go
Britain’s Prince George, the great-grandson of Queen Elizabeth and third-in-line to the throne, started school on Thursday, but without his pregnant mother Kate to support him because she is suffering from morning sickness.
Queen Elizabeth appears in public after heavy cold
The 90-year-old attended a Sunday church service at her private Sandringham estate in Norfolk, eastern England, having missed a New Year's Day church service due to an illness that also forced her to delay her Christmas plans.
Confederalism: The panacea to Nigeria’s political crises - Part 2
From economic point of view, functioning as a 36 state structure has not proved effective. The 36 states have become totally dependent on federal allocations for their economic activities.
Still on David Cameron’s comments
Expectedly, people should react to what can best be described as glib talk by the British Prime Minister, David Cameron, who has tagged both Nigeria and Afghanistan as “fantastically corrupt” nations...
Queen Elizabeth and Cameron in double diplomatic gaffe
British Prime Minister David Cameron called Nigeria and Afghanistan "possibly the two most corrupt countries in the world" in inadvertently public remarks Tuesday, as Queen Elizabeth II was caught making her own gaffe about a "rude" Chinese delegation.