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Influence of drug smugglers and effect of Tramadol on Nigerian youths

About 70 per cent of Nigerian youth population have been ravaged by illicit drugs as Chinese, Indian and Pakistani smugglers continue to flood the nation’s ports with Tramadol despite the ban by the Federal Government since 2018. BAYO AKOMOLAFE reports FG’s action against illicit drug Despite the Federal Government’s struggle to control the illicit shipment […]

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2023: INEC, CVR and renewed zeal for PVC

As preparation for the 2023 general election gets under way and the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), dots its i’s and crosses its t’s, the Continuous Voter Registration (CVR) became a key part of the preparation, as many aspiring voters, especially among youths, had renewed interest in getting their Permanent Voter’s Card (PVC), to enable […]

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Sango-Ojodu-Abiodun Expressway: Agony of people who lost homes to abandoned road

When the Ogun State Government moved to the Oke Aro, Lambe, Alagbole, Akute areas with the promise of building the Sango-Ojodu-Abiodun Expressway, not a few were over themselves with joy with the hope of a new lease of life. Even when many had to give up their homes for the road’s right of way, they […]

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Anambra in the grip of flooding, gully erosion

The challenge of flooding is familiar with many states and communities across the country, irrespective of region and location. However, the case of flooding and gully erosion ravaging many communities in Anambra State has become of national and international concern. Overwhelmed, the state government has cried out to the Federal Government to come to its […]

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Menace of Yahoo-Yahoo boys in Kwara, EFCC’s battle to restore sanity

The menace of internet fraud across the 36 states of the federation and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja, has become so widespread and damaging that it has become a major preoccupation of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) in the past few years. Aside ruining their victims economically, the illicit business has also […]

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Flooding: How nature fights back man’s abuse of environment

Of all weather-related disasters, flood is the most widespread. Others include storms, earthquakes, landslides, tsunamis and hurricanes. ADEYINKA ADENIJI looks at the challenges of flooding across the country, especially now that the rains are here and what all must do to avoid disasters It is an avoidable phenomenon, which when not adequately mitigated, is characterised […]

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Jungle Justice: When accused are denied opportunity of self-defence

The menace of mob action, otherwise known as jungle justice, has assumed a dangerous dimension in Nigeria. This unlawful form of judgement which disallows fair hearing, judicious arbitration and hinders the cause of extant laws, is not exclusive to street roughnecks and hoodlums. ADEYINKA ADENIJI writes The menace of Mob Action otherwise known as Jungle […]

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How child malnutrition affects national development

Nearly half of all deaths of children under five are attributable to malnutrition. Experts say improving infant and child nutrition expands opportunities for them to reach their potential while impacting national development, reports APPOLONIA ADEYEMI A visit to the Family Health Clinic at Oke-Ilewo in Abeokuta South Local Government Area on any clinic day is […]

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NPFL: When journalists become prey to irate football fans

Attack on sports journalists covering the Nigeria Professional Football League continues to reccur on a regular basis with no solution in sight. CHARLES OGUNDIYA looks at some of the victims and the way forward. Attack on Tobi Adepoju “I cannot explain how I was able to survive the mob at the stadium in Ibadan because […]

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Man-Animal Sex: When desire, quest for survival override decency

There is an obvious cultural intrusion in Nigeria, mainly from the Western world as epitomized by various manifestations of social perversions such as bestiality, homosexuality and other socio-cultural antithetical infractions to nature. ADEYINKA ADENIJI looks at this development and why the society must seriously frown at it. The cultural pervasion The African environment in response […]

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