The Delta State Governor, Ifeanyi Okowa, has pledged the commitment of his government towards the creation of an improved business environment for investments to thrive.
The governor explained this while wading into the crisis between the Nigeria Petroleum Development Company, NPDC, and Ubogo c [...]
Barely 7 months after assumption of office President Muhammadu Buhari in December 2015, the Federal Government announced that the country had “techni [...]
Nigeria's struggle for statehood climaxed on October 1, 1960 with independence from British rule. After 3 years, the country became a republic but relapsed into military dictatorship following a bloody coup d’état in 1966, which spiralled into a brutal civil war in 1967 that decimated [...]
On Saturday, September 14, 219, the city of Abuja was thrown into a frenzy when it emerged that five people have been kidnapped. Those taken hostage include; a lecturer with Baze University whose identity was not made known, Miss Aisha Ardo, a daughter of a Peoples Democratic Party chieftain, Umar Ard [...]
President Muhammadu Buhari, last week, marked his first 100 days in office of his Next Level Agenda, and as is tradition, Nigerians used the opportunity to assess some of the successes as well as the failures of the administration.
Though not a constitutional requirement, the tradition of marki [...]
Despite several attempts by the Federal Capital Territory Administration, FCTA, which some residents say, half-heartedly, to stop the movement of cattle in the city center, herdsmen have continued to roam the streets of Abuja with their cows.
The presence of herdsmen and their cattle are a regu [...]
For some time, the disturbing trend of arrest and detention of journalists by security agencies has continued unchecked. In what has become a sporadic clampdown on dissent, many journalists have been targeted and criminalised, for their critical role of demanding accountability and informing the publi [...]
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