Over Six Hundred Shops belonging to Nigerian traders in Ghana have been reopened to business by the Ghanaian government having been under lock and key for over six months.
The president, National Association of Nigerian Traders, NANTS, Dr. Ken Ukaoha disclosed this on Solidarity visit to the Ch [...]
Why I was the odd one out of 14 siblings – Omawumi
Singer-songwriter, Omawumi, has revealed a startl [...]
The leadership of the Civil Society Groups for Good Governance, CSGGG, a coalition of over 180 civil society organizations, has stated that the Appointment of Dr. Mrs Anthonia Ekpa Akpabio as permanent secretary was an attestation of hard work and commitment.
Recall that President Muhamma [...]
Kemi Olunloyo prays for Davido and Chioma
The controversial investigative journalist, must have repented from being a critic of Davido and his fiancée Chioma if what she recently posted on her Insta [...]
Over the past six months Nigeria, and indeed most countries of the world, have been grappling with the new strain of the dreaded Coronavirus which has claimed several lives since it was discovered in Wuhan-China, in December 2019.
Some residents who spoke to The Abuja Inquirer say that no one is guaranteed of his/her safety, stressing that the police are overwhelmed by the rising crime wave.< [...]
In commemoration of the World Elder Abuse Awareness Day celebrated every June 15 globally, Dewdrop Foundation launched a picture and essay competition on ENDING ELDER ABUSE.
Unveiling and Rebranding Initiative, URNI has disclosed that the celebration of democracy in the country should be regarded as an opportunity to create a new narrative that will contribute towards making the nation a desirable one to live in.
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