• Kenyan Supreme Court Ruling And Democracy In Africa

    By Paul Ejime – As expected, the Supreme Court’s annulment of Kenya’s August 8 presidential election over “irregularities and illegalities” has provoked mixed reactions. However, all seem agreed that the justices of the apex court had demonstrated rare courage in upholding the will of the people over and above other considerations including...

  • Ending Insurgency And Rebuilding The North East

    By A. A. GADZAMA OFR, mni – It is necessary to observe that the insurgency in the North East was at its worst phase when the present Government took over the mantle of leadership in the country in 2015. Communities, public institutions, especially health and educational institutions were at that time wantonly...

  • NANS To FG: Resolve NBBF Crises In 21 Days

    By Ebriku John Friday, Abuja – AS crisis continues to rock the Nigerian Basketball Federation (NBBF) over who its real president is, the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS), has given the Federal Government 21 days to resolve the crisis. This was contained in the address delivered by Senior Special Assistant on...

  • WCQ: Zambia To Camp In Accra For Crunch Tie Against Eagles

    Super Eagles main challenger for the 2018 World Cup’s ticket, Chipolopolo of Zambia are not leaving anything to chance ahead of October 7, 2017 all-important cracker in Uyo,  Akwa Ibom State. Towards this end, the team will camp in Accra, Ghana ahead of next month crunch World Cup qualifier against Eagles. According...

  • Irma Knocks Out Power To About 5.8 Million

    Hurricane Irma knocked out power to about 5.8 million homes and businesses in Florida, even as the storm’s power waned as it crept up the state’s west coast, according to state officials and local electric utilities. Irma hit Florida on Sunday morning as a dangerous Category 4 storm, the second highest level...

  • Doctors Strike: More Patients Join Long Queues In Private Hospitals

    By Taiwo Ogunmola-Omilani, Lagos – Following the strike action embarked upon by resident doctors to compel the government to meet their demands, many patients are currently being moved from government owned hospitals in Lagos to the private hospitals to get better treatment speaking with a staff of Lagos State University Hospital who...

  • 2019 Presidency: As Nigerians Make A Choice

    By DR IBRAHIM UMAR – At the moment in the nation, only few critical issues assume national attention and discourse; one of such is the 2019 election and the choice of the right candidates for the opposition, Peoples Democratic Party,PDP. Other pressing issues includes the health of Mr. president vis a vis...

  • Re: Landlord Vs Tenants: The Other Narrative

    By Abdul DanHassan – The issue of landlord and tenants in Nigeria will continue to linger on until a satisfactory balance of fairness and justice is instituted and enforced in the relationship. Like most things in Nigeria, the issue is on autopilot and left to market forces with no adequate attention and...

  • Fifth Columnists Blackmailing NAF

    By Tajudeen Kareem – Prosecuting a war is not a tea party. Certainly the battle against insurgency requires a lot of tact, borne out of deft planning and constant review of strategies. While the Nigerian Armed Forces is set to finally crush the cankerworm in the North East, it cannot but be...

  • CBN Moves To Lure In More Foreign Capital

    By Bukola Idowu, lagos and MARK ITSIBOR, Abuja – In an effort to further attract foreign capital into the country, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has begun issuing electronic certificates for capital imported into the country by improving its currency transfer process. CBN in a circular signed by its director, Trade...

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