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How my convoy was riddled with bullets –Prophet Ayorinde

As the World Evangelism Bible Church (WEBIC), celebrates its 25th anniversary this month, its General Overseer and renowned, Prophet Dr. Samson Ayorinde, reflects on the vision, mandate and impact of WEBIC, his escape from armed robbers’ attacks, the clampdown on his famous miracle telecast by Nigerian authorities and other issues in this interview with TAI […]

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Nigeria practically in a state of war, says Hon. Azubogu

Hon. Chris Emeka Azubogu, who represents Nnewi North/ South/ Ekwusigo Federal Constituency of Anambra State, is a member of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). In this interview with CHUKWU DAVID, he speaks on the 2021 budget, involvement of youths in government, recent #EndSARS protest and his governorship ambition in Anambra State, among other issues   […]

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Police keep mum as death toll in Edo cult war rises

  •Corpse of victims litter streets, as families mourn     Apprehension has continued to envelop residents and parents in Benin, the Edo State capital and its environs, following the weeklong bloody killings that have left an estimated 28 persons dead across the state.   This is as reports Saturday indicated that the Assistant Commissioner […]

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Residents displaced, houses destroyed as ocean surge sacks Ondo community

Surge from the Atlantic Ocean, yesterday sacked Ayetoro, a coastal community in Ilaje Local Government Area, Ondo State.   The surge which occurred around 2:30 am, when the residents were fast asleep was said to have destroyed over 100 houses with about 2000 residents displaced. Speaking on the incident, the Secretary, Ayetoro Youths Congress, Mr. […]

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COVID-19: ‘Why we mustn’t backslide on critical health goals’

The possibility of a second wave of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), which has affected over 64000 people in Nigeria is causing anxiety among residents who fear that another lockdown is imminent. CHIJIOKE IREMEKA reports   •Abide by the COVID-19 protocols to avoid second wave of pandemic –NMA •‘We must prepare for the next pandemic now’   […]

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Why Nigerians are angry with political elite, says Ozo-Esan

The #EndSARS protests and the violence that trailed it has thrown up so many issues in the polity as many political analysts struggle to interpret the scenarios and their implications. In this interview, a former Secretary General Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Dr. Peter Ozo-Esan explains why Nigerians took to the streets and predicts that there […]

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NECO candidates express frustrations, may shun exam after passing WASSCE

Due to frustrations occasioned by the continuous postponement and delay in the recommencement of the 2020 National Examination Council (NECO) Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE), many candidates may not be returning to the halls to continue with the examination, especially now that West African Examination Council (WAEC) has released the results of the 2020 West […]

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Black Saturday: 2 die, 35 vehicles burnt as tanker explodes on Lagos-Ibadan Expressway

•FRSC says hoodlums prevented rescuers reaching accident scene   A fuel laden tanker yesterday exploded at the Kara end of the Lagos- Ibadan Expressway, killing the driver and the motor boy. Thirty-five vehicles, including those parked on the highway were also burnt.   Although the Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) in a release said only […]

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Anambra flagsoff construction of first private kidney hospital

The Anambra State Commissioner for Health, Dr. Vincent Okpala, Friday, in Nnewi, Nnewi North Local Government Area, laid the foundation stone of Premium Kidney Hospital, championed by an illustrious son of the community, Dr. Okey Chidolue.   Flagging off the construction at Edoji community, Uruagu – Nnewi, the commissioner commended Dr. Chidolue for the initiative; […]

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Momife: A poet’s quest to lift the youths via deep reading

For Obiora Momife, a poet, and social commentator, the country’s future depends on the willingness of the youths to spend quality time reading. But as things stand, he strongly feels that the youths are not living up to expectations, and this does not really inspire hope.   All around him, Momife sees young adults with […]

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