Kaduna state has been in the news again with reports of communal crisis in some areas of the state. Crisis broke out in Kasuwan Magani and Kaduna metropolis, claiming not less than 77 lives in both areas.
The recent violent clash in the Kasuwan Magani axis of Kajuru local government area of the [...]
Even with the vast majority of Nigerians not having access to television and electricity, the culture of televised presidential debate has crept into our political culture. It is one of the many cultures we have copied from the United States of America which our presidential system is modelled after.& [...]
History was unfolded on July 31, 2018, when Acting President Yemi Osinbajo launched the Patients’ Bill of Rights, setting the tone for improved service delivery in the country’s parlous health sector.
Hitherto, the nation’s health sector lacked a policy or legal instrument agg [...]
The 2017/2018 academic session has come to an end in schools across Nigeria, consequently signaling the beginning of an extensive holiday that usually last between eight to ten weeks.
Many parents have however come to dr [...]
On July 17, 2018, President of the Senate Bukol Saraki read a letter from President Muhammadu Buhari on a supplementary budget with a whooping price tag of N242.45 for the execution of the 2019 general elections by the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, as well as security agencies.  [...]
With 30,000 Police men made up of a Deputy Inspector General of Police, and Assistant Inspector-General of Police, 4 Commissioners of Police, 18 Assistant Commissioners of Police, 2 Police helicopters, 250 Police patrol vehicles as well as personnel from other security age [...]
Again, the specter of anarchy haunting Nigeria’s corporate existence resurfaced as the country grieves over the gruesome massacre of at least 86 persons in 11 Plateau villages.
The Plateau carnage [...]
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