16 Sep 2015 Features
A former commissioner in the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC), Henry Okhuarobo has urged President Muhammadu Buhari to ensure that genuine patriots who are committed to the development of the country and the welfare of the of the less-privilege in the country
15 Sep 2015 1 Features
Samuel Adetuyi, a lawyer and security consultant was a retired Commissioner of Police who was at the forefront of the battle against militants, then as Rivers States’ police boss. In this interview with ABIODUN FANORO, he spoke on the legal framework for the fight against corruption. The opposition says President Muhammadu Buhari is deceiving Nigerians…
14 Sep 2015 Features
THE Taraba State House of Assembly has expressed its resolve to work in harmony with the state governor, Darius Ishaku, in the overall interest of the people of the state, instead of engaging the executive arm in what it described as activities that could further retard the growth of the state. This according to the…
14 Sep 2015 1 Features
THE Lagos State chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has suffered another defeat, as the Court of Appeal in Lagos re-affirmed the victory of Senator Gbenga Ashafa, who represents Lagos East Senatorial District on the platform of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the March 28 National Assembly elections. The Court of Appeal’s verdict…
14 Sep 2015 3 Features
Continued from yesterday. The bottom line we should be asking for is – in the 100 plus days of Buhari, is Nigeria working? I know the Igbos are angry at what they describe as exclusion and a continuation of what they perceive as Nigeria’s hatred for Igbos since 1966. My reply is perhaps simple. Let…
14 Sep 2015
THE Vice Chancellor of University of Maiduguri (UNIMAID), Prof. Ibrahim Njodi, has said that sheer determination not to interrupt the school’s curriculum was among the key reasons why he refused to shut down the university while Boko Haram insurgents were on rampage in Borno State, the capital city and its environs.
14 Sep 2015
WHEN a miscreant defecates on ancestral shrines and dances naked in the market square to the amusement of onlookers, it attracts sanctions; to avert a future occurrence and anger of the god’s and prevents a retributive plague built on sycophantic jesters.