Sunday Magazine

35 years after Dele Giwa: 277 journalists killed in 4 years

Thirty five years after the murder of Mr. Dele Giwa, the founding editor of the now defunct Newswatch Magazine, allegedly over a story he was investigating, investigative journalism has grown to scientific level, promoting good governance, though not devoid of greater level of risk, write BIYI ADEGOROYE and CHIJIOKE IREMEKA   •I could have opened […]

Sunday Magazine

Inconsistent govt policies behind Nigeria’s economic woes –Olaleye

Comrade Quadri Olaleye is the President of Trade Union Congress (TUC). The Union organizes and promotes interests of over  45 affiliate labour unions and senior staff associations in Nigeria. In this interview with BIYI ADEGOROYE, he e-x-rays the nation’s industrial sector, labour environment, the non-remittance of, or delay in pensions payments, other issues on welfare […]

Sunday Magazine

Politics of banditry, terrorism: Toying with Cobra’s head

• Declare bandits as terrorists to embolden military operate with rules of war – Gen. Ayoola, (rtd) • Declaration’ll be added impetus for security personnel to redouble their efforts –NASS • ‘FG playing double standard game, has soft spot for bandits’   Bandits are the newest addition to Nigeria’s growing list of violent non-state actors […]

Sunday Magazine

COVID-19 vaccines: Why Nigerians are hesitant to get vaccinated

Despite talks, campaign and noise about getting vaccinated against the dreaded Coronavirus disease, popularly known by its acronym as COVID-19, many Nigerians are hesitant about this nationwide inoculation. That is based a number of grounds which Sunday Telegraph has delved into, in this article. CHIJIOKE IREMEKA reports   • Manufacturers immune from legal liabilities, prosecution, […]

Sunday Magazine

2023: Hakeem Baba-Ahmed exuding born-to-rule mentality –Eya

Elder statesman, Chief Nduka Eya, 83, has held many public positions including Secretary General of Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Resident Electoral Commissioner in Ekiti and Commissioner for Education in the old Anambra State in the past decades. In this interview with KENNETH OFOMA, Eya among other things, weighs in on recent political developments in the polity especially […]

Sunday Magazine

Cholera: 27 states in trouble with 72, 910 cases, 2,404 deaths

Nigeria has experienced several cholera outbreaks characterised by high Case Fatality Rates (CFRs). Yet evidence on the recurrent epidemic of cholera required for designing and implementation of appropriate interventions towards eliminating the scourge in the country seem lacking. CHIJIOKE IREMEKA reports that the resurgence of cholera with 72, 910 cases and 2, 404 deaths in […]

Politics Sunday Magazine

APC, PDP jostle for vacant Akure Rep seat

        Following the death of a member of House of Representatives, Hon Dayo Omolafe, some members of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) and Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) are now jostling for the vacant seat. Although the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has not declared Omolafe’s seat vacant, indications have emerged that […]

Sunday Magazine

Okorie: South-East now war zone, FG should relocate soldiers to North

Founding National Chairman of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) and until recently, National Chairman of United Progressives Party (UPP), before his defection to the All Progressives Congress, (APC), Chief Chekwas Okorie in this interview with BIYI ADEGOROYE speaks about the state of security in the country, the growing popularity of the APC in the […]

Sunday Magazine

Imo: Seeking abolition of controversial VAPP Law

Imo State has been in the public domain for a number of eccentric topics in recent times. Earlier, it was the Supreme Court’s landmark judgment, which upheld a woman’s right to father’s inheritance disregarding the Igbo age-long traditions. Today, the Violence Against Persons Prohibition (VAPP) Law No 12, 2020 has become another concern as it […]

Sunday Magazine

Borrowing for consumption’ll stifle growth, says Peter Obi

One time Governor of Anambra State and vice presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the 2019 elections, Mr. Peter Obi in this interview on Channels Television, dissects some economic issues especially in relations with Nigeria’s debt profile and investment in this interview monitored by ANAYO EZUGWU reports     What is your […]

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