Saturday, 13th August 2022
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28 Nov 2021
Sir: I am sincerely not happy and comfortable with Governor Samuel Ortom’s recent application on securing funds from the Federal Government to build ranches in Benue State for the Fulani herdsmen that have been invading the state to kill our people...
15 Nov 2021
The Federal Government has described the allegation by a United States-based non-profit organisation, that it is sponsoring terrorism, as a disgusting distraction orchestrated by those seeking to weaken the massive onslaught against terrorism and banditry in the country.
5 Nov 2021
The Zamfara Government says the RUGA settlement it is constructing in the outskirts of Maradun town, Maradun Local Government Area,
12 Oct 2021
Director General of National Agricultural Land Development Authority (NALDA), Paul Ikonne, has clarified that the agency is not interested in taking over people’s lands but rather ensuring youth empowerment and food security.
21 Sep 2021
Finding a permanent solution to the open grazing crisis, which has been a major problem to successive governments over the years, appears intractable
10 Sep 2021
The Executive Secretary of National Land Development Authority (NALDA), Mr Paul Ikonne says the establishment of 109 Integrated Farm Estate by the Federal Government has nothing to do with Ruga or ranches. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that President Muhammadu Buhari had directed NALDA to establish integrated farm estates in all the 109…
8 Sep 2021
President Muhammadu Buhari’s bleary-eyed riposte as reply or response to strident wide-spread agitation for the restructuring of Nigeria’s political process is tantamount to an obloquy or isokuso in local idiomatic expression.
23 Aug 2021
A seething rage is trailing last week’s directive of President Muhammadu Buhari to a committee to reclaim old grazing routes, with Nigerians kicking against the move and warning that the move could court a civil war.
4 Aug 2021
It was in William Shakespeare’s epic novel, Julius Caesar, that the great Caesar was warned of an imminent danger as the priest’s divination could not find the heart of the beast.
2 Aug 2021
One of the biggest problems Nigeria is facing is insecurity, arising especially from farmers-herders challenges that have escalated and transformed to cattle rustling, armed banditry and kidnapping thereby heightening the tension in the country.
12 Jul 2021
Gov. Babagana Zulum of Borno has announced that his administration had already approved land for the Ruga project in the state, under the National Livestock Development Plan (NLDP).
29 Jan 2021
Could the current controversy over the Fulani herdsmen in Ondo and Oyo states that put the entire South-West in a fighting mood and heated up the polity have been prevented? Here is a story that might offer you a clue to the possible answer to that question.


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The Ikom Calabar Federal High Way has been overtaken by flood, as motorists and road users were trapped in Okuni community after a heavy downpour in the early hours of Saturday
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Kyiv and Moscow accused each other on Saturday of striking the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant in southeastern Ukraine, which has been shelled repeatedly in the past week.
20 mins ago
Steven Gerrard won his first managerial clash with former England teammate Frank Lampard as Aston Villa beat Everton 2-1 to get off the mark in the Premier League.
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Baby weaning can be tricky, and finding the right food for them takes a lot of careful consideration.  In many Nigerian homes, brown pap is one of the first foods introduced during baby weaning. Depending on the tribe, pap has several names; the Igbo people of southeastern Nigeria call it Akamu, the Yorubas call it…
1 hour ago
Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti on Saturday said he was surprised that German midfielder Toni Kroos did not feature on the list of 30 finalists for the Ballon d'Or.