Sunday Magazine

Ortom: Buhari’s presidency, not beneficial to North

Benue State Governor, Samuel Ortom in this interview, indicted the presidency of promoting agitations in the country to encourage national disintegration. He also bares his mind on why he is backing southern governors to produce the next president come 2023 general elections. CEPHAS IORHEMEN captures the excerpts   What is your reaction to some attacks […]

Sunday Magazine

COVID-19: When health workers refuse vaccination

In this global pandemic era, health workers, as the apex frontline workers, are supposed to be first vaccinated with the AstraZeneca vaccine against COVID-19. JULIANA FRANCIS, in this report, discovered that some health workers, who are expected to vaccinate others, are hesitant to be vaccinated. There is anxiety that this hesitancy may affect the target […]

Sunday Magazine

We need selfless leaders, intelligence to rescue Nigeria –U.S Air Force veteran

Tanwa Ashiru is the founder of Bulwark Intelligence and Information Service Company. It is a company that renders intelligence and threat assessments to the Federal Government and private companies. She is a U.S Air Force veteran with over 14 years of experience in Intelligence analysis, working in the U.S Department of Defence and the U.S […]

Sunday Magazine

Social media: The booming online sex market

Unlimited access to Internet facilities has earned social media space a booming online sex market for young Nigerians, and by extension, elderly ones who surf the Internet for sexual satisfaction. As a result, the sex industry has aggressively adopted every new information technology to increase sexual rights of entry and prostitutions. Thus, newly developed technologies […]

Politics Sunday Magazine

Keyamo: Some Nigerians’ll rejoice if there’s military coup today

Festus Keyamo is a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN) and Minister of State for Labour and Employment. In this interview on Hard Copy, a programme on Channels Television, he speaks on the Nigerian democratic system, constitutional amendment and how to address issues of marginalization and social exclusion in Nigeria. ANAYO EZUGWU monitored it     […]

Sunday Magazine

FESTAC: Tears, controversy over demolition of market, churches, workshops

•FHA demolishes churches, market, car marts, others to resell land •We’re taken unawares, say poultry seller, others •‘We pay rent of N10, 000 each of 5, 000 artisans’ •‘FHA’s quit notice short, doesn’t contain alternative site’   FESTAC Town residents, artisans, clerics and traders among others are wondering why the left wing and Second Avenue, […]

Sunday Magazine

S’East govs are jokers, says ex-Ohanaeze scribe, Eya

Chief Nduka Eya, 83, is an outspoken elder statesman, former INEC Resident Electoral Commissioner, former Commissioner for Education in the old Anambra State and former Secretary General of pan Igbo socio – cultural organization, Ohanaeze Ndigbo. In this interview with KENNETH OFOMA, Eya speaks on burning national issues, including the ill-fated South East security outfit, […]

Sunday Magazine

Audu Ogbeh: Nigeria’s major problem is poor economy

Chief Innocent Audu Ogbeh is the Chairman of the Arewa Consultative Forum (ACF) and the immediate past Minister of Agriculture. In this interview on Hard Copy, a programme on Channels Television, he speaks on some vital national issues and how Nigeria can escape the current socio-political quagmire. ANAYO EZUGWU monitored it   The fact that […]

Sunday Magazine

Archbishop Martins: Buhari must wake up, tackle insecurity

Archbishop Alfred Martins is the head of the Catholic Archdiocese of Lagos and the Metropolitan See for the Ecclesiastical Province of Lagos in Nigeria. In this interview with select journalists, he examines various political, social and economic issues facing the country, stating that Nigerians would be more reassured if President Muhammadu Buhari speaks to them […]

Sunday Magazine

Okada: Battling daring undocumented riders in Lagos

Menace of commercial motorcycle operators popularly known as Okada riders in Nigeria is a multipronged jeopardy. Their character is the same anywhere they are found, especially in Lagos, where irrationality, violence, and abusive temperament among others, are the hallmark of their recklessness. In spite of the latest ban on Okada activities in the state, they […]

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