Sunday, 29 November, 2020

Day: November 8, 2020


In an inexplicable rush to appoint an unqualified candidate as Vice-Chancellor, Federal University, Otuoke, Bayelsa State has lowered the qualification bar to accommodate a ‘son of the soil’ Dr. Teddy Charles Adias who happens to be the current Deputy Vice-Chancellor Read more…


PRESIDENT Hage Geingob says he is looking forward to building stronger bilateral relations with the United States by engaging president-elect Joe Biden. Geingob on Saturday congratulated Biden after the US Democratic Party president-elect won the majority of votes in Pennsylvania, Read more…


US President Donald Trump, is still refusing to give up the US Presidency without a fight. After losing the electoral vote to Joe Biden in the just concluded election, Trump has refused to concede, alleging high level voter fraud. He has Read more…


She was my first love. My first choice when it all began. Of all the contestants that came out to run for the Presidency of the United States, she impressed me most. Looking into her eyes, it was easier to Read more…


Presidential candidate Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine Saturday pledged to prioritize teachers’ welfare and reward health workers “what’s equivalent to their services.” According to the Kyadondo East MP, teachers ought not to go several months without pay yet the salary Read more…


History is about the past but it moves into future faster than those who make them. It gets into the future the makers can only imagine! Waves of future is easy to hazard guessed if steps of present waves makers Read more…


A civil society organisation, Centre for Liberty, has condemned the arrest of a citizen journalist, Oluwatosin Adeniji, and five #EndSARS protesters by policemen in Abuja. SaharaReporters recall that Adeniji and the protesters were arrested in front of the National Assembly Read more…


PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has sent a congratulatory message to Joe Biden on his US presidential saying he looked forward to working with him to improve cooperation between the two hostile countries. Vote counting continues in the US, but the media Read more…


One lesson from the soccer parlance is widening the passes when the opposing team is too defensive and deadly in tackles. Every efforts at beating the crude opponents must be wide, creative, and disciplined. Crude teams lack these techniques but Read more…


Suspected gunmen have abducted at least 16 commuters on transit in Ondo State, SaharaReporters learnt on Saturday. The victims, it was gathered, included some market women, farmers, traders, and civil servants travelling for different functions in the state. They were Read more…