The Federal Government, penultimate week, began the implementation of the National Home Grown School Feeding Programme, despite the controversies that have continued to trail the project.
Nigeria’s social system exposed its defects and breakdowns when northern states began to muster efforts towards combating the deadly Covid-19 pandemic.
As infections and de [...]
On Monday, April 27, 2020, the four weeks lockdown of Nigeria’s Federal Capital Territory, Abuja; Lagos and Ogun states will expire. Since the lockdown, the novel coronavirus has continued to spread across Nigeria with over 1065 cases as well as dozens of deaths.
Nigeria's response to the COVID-19 pandemic seemed to have woken up following the exponential spike in the numbers, forcing authorities to impose a travel ban on at least 13 countries, mostly epicenters of the ravaging disease.
Last week, cases of the COVID-19 pandemic in Nigeria spiked exponentially, forcing authorities to impose a travel ban on at least 13 countries, mostly epicen [...]
In 2013, the Nigerian government ceded most part of the its power sector to private hands, with the hope of improving power generation and distribution, and to in the long run, end the myriad of problems bedevilling the sector.
The Nigerian judiciary has been under heavy attack in recent times following series of judgements many perceive as controversial and biased.
The heated debate generated by the Supreme Court [...]
For six years, Kwara State in North Central Nigeria, failed to access N7 billion periodic allocation received from the nation’s consolidated revenue through the Universal Basic Education Commission, UBEC, for the purpose of developing primary and junior secondary schools.
With an estimate [...]
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