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Managing frequency of infernos, unanswered questions in Balogun Market

Incidences of fire as a natural disaster is not a strange occurrence in Nigeria or anywhere in the world, but there are some cases that give room for concern, especially the frequency and timing of fire occurrences at the Balogun Market, Lagos Island. ADEYINKA ADENIJI reports Fire outbreaks are like flood disasters. They are either […]

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Salvaging dilapidated roads in Anambra

Anambra used to be one of the states with the best network of roads in the South East. But today, these roads have become shadows of themselves as users face horrific experiences. Our correspondent, OKEY MADUFORO, took a look at the challenges before Governor Charles Soludo in salvaging roads in the state. Umunze community in […]

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Twists and turns of Bayelsa flooding

…the untold stories of victims from the eye of a journalist Bayelsa State is no stranger to flooding, having been situated many feet below sea level and being surrounded by water. But, the 2022 flooding that hit many states of the country and all but one of the eight local governments of the state, left […]

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Lamentations of Kogi flood victims and stories of neglect at IDP camps

The raging flood disaster that submerged towns and communities in some parts of Kogi State, including Lokoja, the state capital, destroyed lives and properties worth billions of naira, MUHAMMAD BASHIR, reports that this year’s flooding is far higher than that of 2012 Lessons not learnt from 2012 flooding The 2012 flood disaster in Kogi State […]

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Tackling brain drain to avert health sector collapse

The brain drain of doctors from Nigeria to practice medicine in advanced countries remain a festering sore that makes it difficult for Nigeria to meet the World Health Organisation (WHO)’s recommendation of one doctor to 600 patients. Stakeholders, however, believe declaring a state of emergency on brain drain could be the first step to tackle […]

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Lamentations of flood victims in Anambra IDP camps

In three weeks, over 17, 000 persons displaced by flood in Anambra State have been living at the mercy of the same mother nature that swept them off their homes. Our correspondent, OKEY MADUFORO, who visited most of the IDP Camps, tells the story of how they have been salvaging their fate. The Royal Niger […]

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Flooding: Unending tales of woes in Anambra

The recent challenge of flooding across many states of the federation has left many wondering what will be left of some communities when the floods dry out. However, the case in parts of Anambra State is beginning to attract national and international attention. This is despite that early in ther year Governor Chukwuma Soludo, preempting […]

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Lagos-Abeokuta Expressway: A highway of many issues

Nine months after the completion of the Sango Ota Toll Gate inward Lagos lane of the Lagos-Abeokuta Expressway, ADEYINKA ADENIJI examines road users’ agonies and other issues escalating pain on the long abandoned opposite lane. The Lagos Abeokuta Expressway, on the stretch between Abule Egba and Sango Ota Toll Gate never cease attracting public opprobrium […]

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NFF Election: Nigeria football in desperate need of a messiah

AJIBADE OLUSESAN writes that the September 30 election of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) may not throw up the right candidate as the president of the NFF if the structural problems in football governance were not addressed. The largely unsuccessful tenure of Amaju Pinnick as the president of the Nigeria Football Federation is about to […]

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Anambra: Battle with emerging group of junkies

The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), over the years have been battling the challenge of drug and other illicit substance use and distribution among a vast number of people across all age brackets, but prevalent among the youth population. OKEY MADUFORO takes a look at the battle with emerging variety of drugs in Anambra […]

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