The stage drama with above title has been on in the theatre of the absurd called Nigeria’s politics since last week. In case you missed the debut, consult Saharareporters.com- the seemingly all-knowing, ever-present participant observer with a knack for leaks of all manners. Many would agree tha [...]
Contrary to the Abuja Environmental Protection Board, AEPB Act of 1997 which provides for the control of animals, where animal owners are directed to keep them in a manner that they do not constitute nuisance to the public, the nation’s capital has witnessed an unprecedented influx of cattle rea [...]
Abuja like most populated cities has a good number of markets scattered around, with different types of markets set to cater for the needs of the various economic strata of the city.
From rural markets like the Gosa market, to the ultra-modern market in Wuse, these markets are always a beehive o [...]
In 2011, the National Assembly repealed the Education Trust Fund, ETF Act No7 of 1993 to establish the Tertiary Education Trust Fund, TETFund, limiting the scope of its interventions to universities, polytechnics and colleges of education. Five years after, immense pressure is being mounted on the age [...]
Sex is a powerful thing. It can bring out both the best in humans and unleash the beast in them. It is yet a wonder of creation how a moment of sensual excursion can lead to a gulf of glory or a gloom of doom. History is replete with tales of how the lust of the flesh led to the loss of power, fame an [...]
The controversy over the Centenary City in Abuja might have been laid to rest as the Senate has stated that there is nothing wrong with the project designed to attract about $18 billion to Nigeria’s capital city.
The Senate Committee on the Federal Capital Territory in a report: Report of [...]
The Commandant General of the Riverine Security otherwise known as the Coast Guard of the Federation, Commander Bibi Oduku, has asked the Federal Government not to negotiate with the Niger Delta Avengers.
He said doing so will amount to weakness on the part of the government as their activities [...]
The failure of the Ministry of Information and Culture to publish details of those who allegedly looted public funds as promised by President Muhammadu Buhari, has prompted renewed calls for government to stand by its promise. Damning all legal consequences earlier projected that such action could tri [...]
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