Ebonyi communal war: Controversy, outrage trail escape of 55 suspects from police custody

Since January 21, the people of Effium and Ezza Effium in Ohaukwu Local Government Area of Ebonyi state have been at war with over 100 persons killed and houses and other valuable properties burnt to ashes. The people had lived together, inter-marry and do so many things in common. There is no clear difference between […]


30-year-old Sickle Cell “Warrior”: I was branded a witch, attempted suicide

For Oluwakemi Oguntimehin, growing up was a huge challenge due to her health status as somebody with a Sickle Cell disorder. In this interview with ADEWALE MOMOH, she revealed how she was able to battle the disorder, as well as assist those with similar ailments, particularly those in rural communities to face and overcome their […]


S’East Presidency’ll be beginning of restructuring –Prof Ibe

Prof. Gregory Ibeh is a Development Consultant with UN, ECOWAS and he is the Founder and Chancellor of Gregory University, Uturu, Abia State. In this interview with some journalists Ibeh looks at the present challenges and proffers ways to solve the problems. JOHNCHUKS ONUANYIM was there Some people believe that the presidency should remain in […]


Those portraying us in bad light spread false alarm, misinformation –Rector

Rev. Michael Arimanwa, the Rector of the Federal Polytechnic, Nekede (PolyNek) in Imo State, in this interview, he speaks with STEVE UZOECHI, about effective mainstreaming of digitalisation of the polytechnic activities; disinformation and his administration’s landmark achievements   How do you see your promotion as a Cannon, and how have you been able to cope […]

Interview Politics

I’m on a mission to transform Anambra – Maduka

Dr. Godwin Maduka, a United States trained medical practitioner, is among more than 10 aspirants seeking the ticket of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) for the November 6 governorship election in Anambra State. He was recently at the headquarters of the party to obtain his nomination form, and thereafter, fielded questions with journalists on his […]


Most cancer children know when they’ll die

Childhood cancer is an issue no parent prays to experience. It is a traumatic experience that does not spare both the parent and the child. It is heart rending and emotional watching one’s child in pains or watching him make the passage to the world beyond, helplessly. In this interview with OLUWATOSIN OMONIYI, Dr. Nneka […]


‘I wrote love letters for 12 months before my wife agreed’

Clement Ovokeroye Paul is the Senior Special Assistant to the Deputy Governor of Bayelsa State on New Media. In this interview with Pauline Onyibe, Paul who just concluded the traditional marriage rites of his wife after 19 years of courtship, narrates how he was able to remain steadfast to her   Can you give a […]


There should be more accountability, transparency in social intervention programmes –Onyesoh

Joy Onyesoh is the Nigerian president, Women International League for Peace and Freedom and the CEO Women Situation Room Nigeria. In this interview with DEBORAH OCHENI, the founder, Joyonyesoh Foundation talks about lack of accountability and transparency in the distribution of covid-19 palliative and the presidential Conditional Cash Transfer and other issues. Excerpts… Activities have […]

Interview Top Stories

Farmers pay huge ransom to bandits, may lead to food insecurity –AFAN President, Farouk

Alhaji Umar Farouk is the National President of All Farmers Association of Nigeria (AFAN). He says in this interview with CALEB ONWE that farmers’ ransom to bandits is capable of crippling the food security. He also touched on the issue of poor infrastructures, challenge of mechanisation, and irrigation facilities among other things. Excerpts… The ongoing […]


We’ve lost N1bn in one year to herders’ attacks in Ondo – OSACA Chairman, Obawoya

Following the spate of insecurity in the country, particularly the incessant attacks on farmers and farmland in South West by herders, the Chairman, Ondo State Agricultural Commodities Association (OSACA), Gbenga Obawoya, in this interview with ADEWALE MOMOH disclosed that farmers and the southwest states are under siege. Excerpts… Could you chronicle the activities of herdsmen […]

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