Sunday Magazine

Lush City bringing back Igbos in the Diaspora

It was a crispy Saturday morning on August 1, Lawrence Kemdi, a renowned geologist of Igbo extraction, hovered at the balcony of his exquisite mansion located along the prestigious Admiralty Way, Lekki Phase 1, Lagos. At the centre of the sizeable balcony, stood a beautifully carved wooden table and an armchair. Kemdi pulled the chair […]

Sunday Magazine

Chinese loans: Nigeria should learn from other African countries –Mailafia

Dr. Obadiah Mailafia is a Nigerian development economist, international polymath and former Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN). In this interview with BIYI ADEGOROYE, the former official of the African Development Bank Group speaks on the propensity of Nigeria for foreign loans with lethal conditionality and pervasive corruption in the country   […]

Sunday Magazine

Benue: The sorry state of Auke Police Station in Apa LGA

Auke Ward, Apa Local Government Area, Benue State is the second largest ward in the LGA and a boundary community between Kogi and Benue States, has been in the news for one form of social neglect or the other.   Despite the high rate of kidnapping and wanton killings spearheaded by marauding Fulani herdsmen, Auke […]

Sunday Magazine

School re-opening: We’ve moved on –Private school’s teachers

This is not the best of time to be a teacher, especially in Nigerian private schools. Things are generally tough and for the teachers, it’s a double jeopardy. Without doubt, private school teachers in Nigeria are among the worst hit by the novel COVID-19 pandemic, yet in spite of their huge number, governments both at […]

Sunday Magazine

My support for Akeredolu is total –Odimayo

A gubernatorial aspirant in the last primaries in Ondo State on the platform of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Prince Okunjimi Odimayo, has said that his support for Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu (SAN) was not induced by financial gains.   Odimayo said the rumour making round in the state that he collected several millions of naira […]

Sunday Magazine

Living in hell

•I chained my wife, battered her for inviting NDLEA to arrest me, my girl friend –Chukwuani •I’ve been living in hell, says Ngozi •She was dehumanised –FIDA   Sixteen years after they were joined together as husband and wife, with four children including a set of twins, the wine in the marriage between Chukwuani Ngozi […]

Sunday Magazine

Sen. Tofomowo: In developed climes Oshiomhole would be stoned

Sen. Nicholas Olubukola Tofowomo represents Ondo South Senatorial District on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and he is the Vice Chairman at Land Transport Committee and member of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) Committee in the National Assembly. In this interview with BIYI ADEGOROYE, he speaks about the aftermath of the […]

Sunday Magazine

Abia medical centres: Tales of abandoned, neglected facilities

•Doctors work on empty stomachs, owed 13 months salaries   •We‘ll witness revolution in facilities –Govt   Coronavirus is the most talked about ailment in the world today, including Nigeria. Ninety five percent of publication on health and related issue is on the pandemic. Before now, there were other diseases such as malaria, typhoid wreaking […]

Sunday Magazine

Southern Kaduna killings genocide, says SOKAPU President

The Southern Kaduna region has been under siege for many years, resulting in endless killings, sacking of communities and forceful displacement of the people. In this interview, President of the Southern Kaduna Peoples Union (SOKAPU), Hon Jonathan Asake, a former member of House of Representatives, tells ONWUKA NZESHI that the unprovoked attacks were part of […]

Sunday Magazine

Continued closure of schools: We‘re dying, teachers cry for help

This is not the best of times for teachers in private schools as the continued closure of schools has continued to take its toll on them.   Since the hurried closure of schools in March in order to contain the further spread of the coronavirus pandemic ravaging the world, molders of children in the private […]

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