Sunday Magazine

Climate change: Saving Nigeria, earth from destruction

The COVID-19 lockdowns around the world brought about rapid and unprecedented improvements in air quality in some parts of the world but not enough to halt climate change caused by global warming. The shortlived fall in emissions of key air pollutants in 2020, especially in urban areas, was not uniformly spread across all regions, hence, […]

Sunday Magazine

We’ll resist attempts to add more states to Niger Delta –PANDEF

The National Publicity Secretary of Pan-Niger Delta Forum (PANDEF), Robinson Ken, in this interview with PAULINE ONYIBE, speaks about the current insecurity and sundry socio-political issues in the polity, including continued degradation of Niger delta   Looking at the current oil spill in the Niger Delta particularly as it concerned AITEO will the host communities […]

Sunday Magazine

We see no reason not to declare bandits as terrorists –ACF spokesman

The battle over which section of the country should produce the next president has continued to fester. But Emmanuel Yawe, the National Publicity Secretary of the pan-Northern Nigeria socio-cultural group, the Arewa Consultative Forum, (ACF), in this interview with BABA NEGEDU says the issue is beyond the purview of Northern Elders Forum, Afenifere and Ohanaeze. […]

Sunday Magazine

EndSARS panel’s report: Awaiting justice for victims of recklessness

• We can’t be humane to society that dehumanises us – Police Officer • ‘Human rights won’t be relevant to policing’ • 99 bodies dumped in various mortuaries by soldiers traced to Tollgate   The Lagos State Judicial Panel of Inquiry on Restitution for Victims of SARS Related Abuses and other Matters and Lekki Incident […]

Sunday Magazine

Online loan apps: When trapped by unscrupulous lenders

  • It’s a terrible experience –Victim • ‘I’ve paid back more than twice what I borrow’ • Fintechs’ debt recovery methods, a data-sharing breach –NITDA • We have minimal number of trained, experienced investigators –Police • Calling, sending messages, sharing customers’ data, invasion of privacy –Lawyer   With the COVID-19 pandemic, many Nigerians witnessed […]

Sunday Magazine

Akpan: Energy transition may force Nigeria into fresh fiscal crisis

The impact of climate change on national security, food security and economy came under focus at a recent workshop in Abuja. In this interview, Executive Director, Project Alert, Tijah- Bolton Akpan, tells ONWUKA NZESHI that Nigeria risks a fresh fiscal crisis unless it reviews its response to climate change     What should Nigeria be […]

Sunday Magazine

Ndoma-Egba: Nigeria’s current structure not workable

Former Senate Leader, Senator Victor Ndoma-Egba, in this interview with CLEMENT JAMES speaks on the agitations in the country and other issues and the way out of the quagmire     You have always said there must be this national conversation or consensus around where we should go as a nation. What do you mean […]

News Sunday Magazine

Collapsed Tower: Anger, anguish, tears, sorrow in Ikoyi

• My only surviving brother is dead –Woman • ‘My husband went to submit quotation for plumbing; I’m a widow now’ • Developers, LASBCA boss should be tried for homicide –Lawyers • This’ a clear case of corruption, cost cutting, sharp practices –NIA boss   Barely 21 months after the contractor withdrew its services, the […]

Sunday Magazine

Buhari won 2015 election because of what PDP didn’t do – Okupe

Okupe: APC’ll run into trouble soon   Dr Doyin Okupe is a medical doctor and politician. A member of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Okupe has served three different presidents and believes he has enough experience to run and change Nigeria for good. In an interview with GEOFFREY EKENNA in Lagos, Okupe speaks on his […]

Sunday Magazine

University of Aberdeen returns stolen Benin bronze head

The University of Aberdeen, Scotland has returned a Benin Bronze head, one of thousands of religious and cultural artefacts looted in ancient Benin kingdom by British forces in 1897.   The sculpture, which depicts the head of an Oba (king) and stolen during the destruction of Benin City by the British military expe-dition, was handed […]

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