The security situation in the Federal Capital Territory Abuja is not any diff [...]
“Why I am passionate about bridging the communication gap”
In this interview, veteran broadcaster, MOJI DANISA, commonly known as ‘Queen of Junk’ for her riveting [...]
A coalition of non-governmental organisations in Nigeria led by Attaawun Islamic Education Fund, Minna, in collaboration with Adegbola Hamza Foundation, Oyo state and Muslim Association of Visually impaired of Nigeria, MAVIN, have empowered about 150 persons with visual impairment on how to write with [...]
The Acting Director-General of the National Directorate of Employment, NDE, Mallam Abubakar Nuhu, has said that communities in Nigeria will get facelift due to the engagement of the 774,000 people to do public works.
He made this known recently while addressing stakeholders during the flag-off [...]
All over the world, issues of police brutality have become worrisome with the subject often times attracting wide spread protest and sometimes and opportunity to discuss established societal ills.
The Chief Executive Officer of the Oak Investors, an inveatment company based in New Jersey, USA, Dr. Kemdi Opara has condemned the the excessive use of force by the military against unarmed protesters in Lagos last Tuesday.
Opara who shared his thoughts throug [...]
A coalition of Civil Society Organisations, under the aegis of Nigeria Mourns, have said it would be working with first responders, witnesses among others to verify the numbers and patterns of casualties at the last Tuesday's attack on protesters at the Lekki Toll Gate in Lagos.
The Socialists Forum of Ghana, SFG, has commended the protesting Nigerian youths for overcoming the hitherto sentiment of ethnicity and religion which has beclouded conventional positions in the past.
This is contained in a statement by the Head of International Relations, Justice [...]
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