Sunday Magazine

COVID-19: Landlords, tenants’ face-off: Evictions loom

Sequel to harsher cash-flow predicted to hit the Real Estate Industry in year 2021, couple with the challenging impact of COVID-19 pandemic and high cost of goods and services in the country without a proportionate increase in the households’ earnings, the relationships between landlords and tenants are bound to be severed due to expected inability […]

Sunday Magazine

Utomi: Nepotism, incompetence behind poor performance of govt

Prof. Pat Okedinachi Utomi, a political economist, is a member of the All Progressives Congress (APC). In this interview with GEOFFREY EKENNA and OLUWATOSIN OMONIYI, Utomi states that Nigeria is not doing well. He strongly believes that until there is a genuine electoral reform and proper elections, the country would continue to move in circles, […]

Sunday Magazine

Churches sit on factories, as Nigerians pray for employment- Blame govt, not Churches –Fr. Godonu

Nigeria’s manufacturing sector is depressing with churches now sitting on sites of collapsed factories/industries. What is your comment on the trend?     It is very unfortunate to have this kind of situation. For a hungry man is an angry man.   Don’t you think the Church should take some of the blame for failing […]

Sunday Magazine

Churches sit on factories, as Nigerians pray for employment

It is one of the ironies of modern day Nigeria. Daily, Nigerians flock to churches in search of miracles. The miracle seekers include millions who are jobless or looking for better jobs. Sadly though, many of the Churches where they pray and pour out their souls to God for jobs are sites, where some mega-factories […]

Sunday Magazine

2023: Nigerians will vote for persons, not party –Adeyeye

Senator Dayo Adeyeye, a former Minister of State for Works, is the cocoordinator of SWAGA, a mobilization vehicle working to enthrone Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu for President in 2023. Adeyeye after inauguration of the Akwa Ibom State chapter of the group spoke with TONY ANICHEBE on their mission and why Nigerians should support Tinubu to […]

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Rainy season: Lagosians panic over flood

  •Our children don’t go to schools during rainy season-Orile residents •NIMET: Flash flood to occur in several states •‘Refuse dumps, collectors, our problems’ •Govt must act fast, says alarmed residents   The rains are here again and very early too. The Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NiMet) season’s prediction for 2021 shows that there will be […]

Sunday Magazine

Rev Para-Mallam: There’ll be war if anything happens to Ortom

In view of the various controversial issues in the polity, Global Mission Leader, Peace and Social Justice Advocate, Revd Gideon Para-Mallam, in this interview with TAI ANYANWU takes a look at the security situation and its impact on food production, social and economic lives       What is your position on the hijab crisis […]

Sunday Magazine

Sinister powers pushing Nigeria to the precipice says Obadiah Mailafia

Dr. Obadiah Mailafia is a former Deputy Governor of Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), a development economist and one-time official of the African Development Bank. In this interview with BIYI ADEGOROYE, he speaks about the economy, terrorism and other developmental challenges facing the country   How can Nigeria benefit from Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala’s emergence as […]

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One year after Abule- Ado explosion: Bethlehem Girls’ College lies desolate

One year after a devastation which rocked Abule-Ado community, Amuwo-Odofin Local Government Area, Lagos State, Bethlehem Girls’ College, which was near the centre of the explosion, is still a desolate place after lives were snuffed out of students and principal of the school, Reverend Sister Henrietta Alokha, while rescuing her students. CHIJIOKE IREMEKA reports that […]

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Nigeria can’t surrender sovereignty to bandits –Rep. Olatunbosun

A member of the House of Representatives representing Saki- West/Saki-East/Atisbo Federal Constituency in Oyo State, Hon. Olajide Olatunbosun, in this interaction with newsmen examined the state of insecurity in the country. He advised the government to come down hard on bandits, kidnappers and insurgents. He also kicked against the suggestion of negotiation with criminals. LAWRENCE […]

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