Friday, 30 October, 2020

Day: October 1, 2020


Nigerians on Twitter have asked President Muhammadu Buhari to end the country’s relationship with the British Commonwealth over what they described as exploitation. The Commonwealth, which has become unpopular and is viewed as a colonial relic used to wield neo-colonial Read more…


Legal practitioner and President of Centre for Leadership and Justice, Mr Emmanuel Umohinyang, has called on the United States, United Kingdom and other nations of the world to extend visa ban on politicians, who loot public funds so as to Read more…


Recently, the Government gazetted Statutory Instrument 218 of 2020 [CAP. 18:24 Agriculture Marketing Authority (Industrial Hemp) Regulations, 2020 that regularised the growing, processing and supply of industrial hemp (cannabis) by farmers in Zimbabwe for industrial purposes. In this report, Sifelani Read more…


Matthew Kukah Catholic Bishop of Sokoto, Matthew Kukah, has accused President Muhammadu Buhari of making it difficult for Nigerians to celebrate diversity. According to TheCable, the cleric spoke at The Platform, an annual conference organised by Covenant Christian Centre in Read more…


Citizens in Kaduna State have taken to the streets to demand an end to the hike in the pump price of petrol as well as the increase in electricity tariff. The protesters under the ages of the Coalition for Revolution Read more…


Any human crawling at age 60 is not medically fit to deal with life. Nigeria, the most populous African country, gained her independence from colonial rule 60 years ago, making it the genesis of self-rule that was predicted to be Read more…


About 21 protesters arrested in the Maryland area of Lagos on Thursday are currently being detained at the ‘Area F’ Police Station, Ikeja. There were fears initially over the whereabouts of the protesters after policemen at ‘Area H’ at Ogudu Read more…


. Governor Oyetola who was represented by his Deputy, Olugboyega Alabi gave the charge at the Grand Finale of the essay competition, organised by the State Government to commemorate the 60th Year Independence Anniversary of the country with the topic, Read more…


The Director-General of the Directorate on Corruption and Economic Offences (DCEO), Advocate Mahlomola Manyokole, says the Ministry of Health officials have a case to answer over alleged corruption and violations of procurement regulations in the awarding of tenders for the Read more…


As Nigeria marks its 60th anniversary, I just can’t help but ponder on the inherent complexities and contradictions in its system. Some things appear so contradictory in this country that oftentimes, one is forced to wonder until the person probably Read more…

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