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 […]

Sunday Magazine

Rich churches: Feeding big off poor members

It is an irony. While churches in Nigeria grow big, get bigger, many of their members are wallowing in need, poverty and sqalour. The belief is that the more one gives, the more God gets happy. Thus, while churches have set up schools and other business ventures, a majority of their members find it hard […]

Sunday Magazine

PIA: Why Niger Delta mustn’t slip into crisis –Emuh, HOSTCOM Chair

The passage of the Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB) by the National Assembly and the subsequent signing of the bill into law generated mixed reactions across the country. In this interview, National Chairman, Host Communities Producing Oil and Gas in Nigeria (HOSTCOM), Prince Mike Emuh tells ONWUKA NZESHI that the new law represents a milestone and […]

Sunday Magazine

Pastors groan under the regime of poor remuneration

A recent investigation by Sunday Telegraph revealed that low and middle-level pastors across the various Christian denominations in Nigeria are languishing under a harsh regime of poor remuneration.   Our correspondent, who spoke to a crosssection of this calibre of ministers, found out that the ministers of the gospel of Jesus Christ, survive at the […]

Sunday Magazine

This APC govt is total disaster, says Ag. PDP chair, Akinwonmi

Elder Yemi Akinwonmi is the Acting National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), after the controversial removal of Prince Uche Secondus. In this interview with BIYI ADEGOROYE, the first since his emergence as leader of the opposition party, he speaks on the current leadership crisis in the party and its reconciliation efforts ahead of […]

Sunday Magazine

Abductions: Coping with trauma of survivor students

Mental health specialists, including psychologists, psychiatrists and social health workers, among other professionals, have warned that the victims of Nigeria’s kidnapping spree, especially those of underage school children being abducted and released at will under the watch of Nigerian government and its security operatives, may suffer Post Traumatic Stress Disorder(PTSD). They also argued that the […]

Sunday Magazine

Tunde Bakare: Why Buhari must wake up, smell the coffee

Pastor Tunde Bakare is the Serving Overseer of Citadel Global Community Church, Lagos and a former Vice Presidential candidate of the Congress for Progressive Change (CPC). In this interview on Channels Television monitored by ANAYO EZEGWU, he speaks about the state of the nation and what lies ahead   What do you make of the […]

Sunday Magazine

Endless war against GMO foods

• We don’t have enough evidence to support adoption of GM crops –Professors • Introduction of GMOs is selling Nigeria’s food security to foreigners, say experts • GMO increases crop yield, safe for human consumption –Promoters • FG adopting biotechnology to boost Nigeria’s agriculture –NABDA   There’s been an endless war against the introduction of […]

Sunday Magazine

Fleeing in droves: How insecurity, hunger, others, force Nigerians out

• ‘I rather serve jail terms in US than die in Nigeria’ • Mass emigration danger for Nigeria’s development –Experts • Nigerians doctors more worthy abroad than at home –Doctors • ‘We’re living in hell, citizens killed like chicken, say escapees For young Nigerians leaving the country in droves, insecurity, unemployment, infrastructural deficit, search for […]

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