The Federal Government of Nigeria has urged all State Governments to allow free movement of people on Saturday, 29 April 2017 to enable students to participate in JAMB's Voluntary Mock Examination fixed for that date nationwide.
By Yushau A. Shuaib-- Preparatory to the daring and merciless military operations against Boko Haram members, top officers of security and intelligence agencies were in Lagos and Abuja, towards the end of 2014 to interact with critical stakeholders that matter in shaping public perception and opinions. The then President of Nigerian Guild of Editors (NGE), Mr. Femi Adesina was part of the audience.
By Felicia Okoh-- In Nigeria at the moment, there’s a word, or more appropriately buzzword that resonates everywhere: It is a word that even children in nursery school may be familiar with given every usual reference to it at the slightest opportunity. Indeed, there is hardly any news item from Nigeria these days that does not make mention of it.
By Aliko Dangote and Bill Gates-- This week, more than 138,000 vaccinators will fan out across five African countries in the Lake Chad area in a push to eliminate polio in Africa and rid the world of this terrible disease forever.
They will take boats across fast-flowing rivers, ride jeeps along sandy ravines, walk crowded street in towns and c...
By Colonel Abubakar Dangiwa Umar (rtd)-- The decision by the Federal Government of Nigeria to suspend the SGF Mr David Babachir Lawal and the DG NIA Mr Ayodele Oke while they are being investigated is a welcome development in its war against corruption. It is also remarkable and commendable that the Government has decided not to detain the duo while they are being investigated. This is a welcome departure from the prevailing anti-democratic process b...
Every generation always has its hero, but the way it would be thrown up can never be predicted neither can they be same.
The story of Mandela has been with us for quite some time. At a time when the legend is signing off from the world stage, a new hero ... Posted: May 1, 2009 11:48 AM >>Read more