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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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How betting, match-fixing are hindering football growth in Africa

Sports betting is not strange all over the world, but the role players and some officials play to achieve their objectives is disturbing. CHARLEs OGUNDIYA looks at this ugly trend and the way forward It was an unexpected twist for Super Eagles invitee, Issah Ali, after he was removed from Nigeria’s squad for the upcoming […]

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FG’s Order on NIN: Agony of subscribers at registration outlets

President Muhammadu Buhari recently issued a directive through the Ministry of Communication and Digital Economy to the National Communications Commission (NCC), to bar all unlinked SIMs from outward calls. This was about two years after giving directive for the integration of National Identification Number (NIN) to all individual data and/or voice subscriber. ADEYINKA ADENIJI looks […]

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Bushmeat: Hunting, consumption challenge to wildlife preservation

The sale and consumption of bushmeat is a very regular sight across many rural areas and some urban parts of Nigeria, as many people consider the hunting of animals for game as an income-yielding venture. In this analysis, ANAYO EZUGWU looks at the danger such activities pose not only to human health, but also to […]

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Parenting, moral decadence and influence of environment on youths

There are various issues in recent time involving youths that bothers on lack of proper parenting. ADEYINKA ADENIJI reports on rising moral decadence hindering the future of young ones in the country Moral degeneration Moral degeneration among young people, especially those of school age is no doubt at a nauseating ebb. And the moral compass […]

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Left-handedness: Myth, misconceptions and facts

In many societies, especially in Africa, people view left handedness as odd, unusual segment of the population and as such, they face prejudice, embarrassment and, even insult. Imagine if Adesola were right handed and he passes a plate to his mother with his left hand, the result of that action is better left imagined because […]

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Coping with Ramadan fast and rising cost of food

The ongoing Muslim Ramadan fast has effects on various aspects of our societal lives, correspondent, ADEYINKA ADENIJI, reports Prices of consumer goods had seen a steady upward movement weeks before the commencement of Ramadan; even as the adjustment to communal sleep schedule, created as Fasters observe the Suhoor – a mandatory pre-dawn meal usually before […]

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Fallen Angels: The ‘Unknown Gunmen’ holding S’East captive

Unknown to many, the insecurity in the South East is not caused just by the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB). In this exclusive report by our CORRESPONDENTS, there appears to be other groups perpetrating unrest in the region The beginning Imo State is still reeling from the April 5, 2021 attacks on the state police […]

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Cultists, ritualists turning Ogun to killing field

There has been a rise in incidents of ritual and cultrelated killings of late in Ogun State, making many people to wonder what may have given rise to such development. OLUFEMI ADEDIRAN takes a look at the development and what the relevant authorities are doing to put an end to the scourge. Recent criminal activities […]

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‘Money ritual is a scam, part of 419 business’

There have been countless phenomenal revelations indicating the plunging depth of societal decadence in Nigeria and by extension, Africa; but a trend that comes with grave repercussions for the society is the rising spate of ritual killings. In this report, ADEYINKA ADENIJI focuses on the rising spate of ritual killings and future of Nigerian youths […]

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