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Beyond the repatriation of almajirai

By Femi Oluwasanmi While it is commendable that those in power and outside the power corridor have finally realized the potential threat pose by...

Who Are Sponsoring Northern Youths Invading The South?

By Dr. Dons Eze As at now, nobody knows who are the sponsors, or what is the actual intention of hundreds of able-bodied youths from...

The Dilemma of Sanction

By Jerome-Mario Utomi Within the diplomatic and political circle, ‘Sanction’ has existed for years. According to Nigeli Gould Davies, an associate fellow of Chatham House, the...

How long will our students be at home?

Dr. Dons Eze Since March this year, the doors of all the educational institutions in Nigeria have been closed, and their students told to return...

Debate on NBS’ Rating of Delta state; between Mulade Sheriff’ and others

By Jerome-Mario Utomi                                                    On Monday, May 4, 2020, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) released the long-awaiting Nigeria poverty and inequality survey Report 2019 and...

They marry themselves, see in their dreams … Five facts you probably don’t know about the blind

By Ademola Adeleke The blind marry themselves. I mean; blind men marry their female counterparts. But guess what? As impossible as this seems, the blind couple...

Ukelle beyond 2023

By Comrade Lukpata James If truly politics is a game of numbers, then Ukelle, the Yala II State Constituency, stands at a distinctive position...

Infectious Disease bill by Infected Lawmakers

By Femi Oluwasanmi The latest controversial bill in the chronicle of the 9th National Assembly on the pretext of proffering measures to curtail the spread...

Deconstructing Trump’s leadership intelligence

By Jerome-Mario Utomi Going by the words of the sage, the first opinion that is formed of a leader’s intelligence is based on the quality...

Before coronavirus: Issues yet to be resolved

By Dr. Dons Eze Nigerians are notoriously forgetful, or they have very short memory. As they used to tell us, if you leave your bed...

The Guangzhou Video

By Jerome-Mario Utomi After watching a video of racial intolerance, maltreatment and breach of the World Health Organization (WHO), procedure suffered in the hands of Chinese authorities by some...

From palliative to poison

By Femi Oluwasanmi The recent drama displayed by the Oyo State Government and Nigerian Custom Service (NCS) on 1800 bags of rice donated by the...

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Court orders release of Orji Kalu from jail

A Federal High Court sitting in Lagos has ordered the release of erstwhile governor of Abia State, Orji Uzor Kalu, from jail. Recall Kalu was...

Like Senate, Reps okay Buhari’s $22.7bn loan request

The House of Representatives on Tuesday approved President Muhammadu Buhari’s request to borrow $22.7 billion which was earlier suspended over non-inclusion of the South-East...

AfDB crisis: We’re behind you, Buhari tells Adesina

President Muhammadu Buhari has reiterated the country’s support for President of the African Development Bank (AfDB), Akinwumi Adesina, amid ongoing calls for a fresh probe...

At last, FG lifts ban on religious gatherings

The Federal Government has relaxed the restriction earlier placed on places of worships across the country to combat spread of the coronavirus pandemic. The Chairman...