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Gains from IOM: Journalist’s testament 20 years after

    The journey started in August 2001 when the Federal Government signed a Cooperation Pact with the International Organization for Migration (IOM). This led to the setting up of the United Nations’ (UN) agency structures in Nigeria. 20 years after, the impact on the lives of millions of Nigerians is huge as evident in […]

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Hunger as current challenge facing Nigeria

Widespread insecurity and conflict caused by armed groups are currently causing millions of Nigerians to go hungry.   A food security assessments report released in March this year indicated that looming food insecurity threatens an estimated 4.4 million Nigerians, 775,000 of whom are at extreme risk.   The COVID-19 pandemic has worsened the situation, causing […]

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Ethnic diversity, cause of conflicts in Africa, Says Jonathan

Former President Goodluck Jonathan has identified the inability to manage ethnic diversities as cause of conflicts in Africa. Jonathan who spoke in Abuja at the 2021 “Democracy Dialogue”, organised by Goodluck Jonathan Foundation, said most of the conflicts he had been involved in since he left office were caused by the inability to manage their diversities. He […]

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Enemies of progress: Fake news

If you don’t read the newspaper, you’re uninformed. If you read the newspaper, you’re misinformed – Mark Twain. When an old aphorism says, “uneasy lies the head that wears the crown”, it must have had Prince Dapo Abiodun (MFR), the Governor of Ogun State at the centre of its thought. For Ogun State, the saying […]

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Otun of Egbaland still missing a decade after St. Nicholas founder’s death

After the founder of St. Nicholas Hospital, Dr Moses Majekodunmi’s death chaos continues to plague the traditional institution in Oke- Ona, a subdivision of Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital, over the next Otun of Egbaland. The late Majekodunmi, a renowned gynaecologist and obstetrician, was also Minister of Health in the First Republic; until his demise […]

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Protecting the girl-child

The girl-child has continued to be at the receiving end when it comes to discrimination in society, as this unfortunate development prevents her from attaining her full potentials in life. This issue came on spotlight on the International Day of the girl-child, themed “Digital Generation: Our Generation” at the live interactive programme, Boiling Point, aired […]

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Readers and Leaders: Be a reader to lead

Being an address presented during the Reading conducted by Onu John Onwe, the Curator of Hopebay Library, Abakaliki in Honour of Nine Professors from Onicha Igboeze Community of Ebonyi ) One of the wonders of human civilisation is the invention of the art of writing. Writing begot reading. Carl Segan put this wonder of human […]

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Alleged irregularities: APC, Uba indicting Buhari by rejection of results

Anambra governorship election has come and gone. As expected, a winner and losers emerged. Prof Charles Soludo of All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) polled a total of 112,229 votes to emerge a winner.   Other frontline contestants were Valentine Ozoigbo of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) who polled 53,807 votes; Andy Uba of the All […]

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How far with NEMSA’s Electricity Lab?

    It’s invariably pertinent to reexamine any content or value on a regular basis, with a view to realizing the current status as well as making amends where need be.   On 25th January 2019, the Nigerian Electricity Management Services Agency (NEMSA) graciously commissioned a remodelled electricity lab in Ijora, Lagos State to aid […]

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Ogun E-third Party Motor Insurance: The impact on economic development

Motor Third-party Insurance or Third-party Liability Cover, which is sometimes also referred to as the ‘act only’ cover, is a statutory requirement under the Motor Vehicles Act.   It is referred to as a ‘third-party’ cover since the beneficiary of the policy is someone other than the two parties involved in the contract (the car […]

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