How to fix Nigeria in 72hours By Abdulrazaq O Hamzat

Nigeria is one of the greatest countries in the world, whose greatness is being held back by numerous self inflicted vices. While the country is blessed abundantly in all fronts, its greatest undoing is the lack of visionary leadership, which some analysts have described as Nigeria’s natural disaster. Successive governments in Nigeria have blamed the complexity of the country for ...

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Recent Kaduna crisis, 71 dead, 2000 people displaced – SEMA

The May 6 attack which left 71 people dead in Gwoska village, Birnin Gwari local government area of Kaduna state, also rendered 2000 people homeless. According to NAN, an official of the Kaduna State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA) who confirmed the figures on condition of anonymity, said the agency had undertaken an assessment of the damages and provided assistance to ...

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ASNE 2018 SETS TO HOLD BETWEEN 16th and 17th MAY IN ABUJA, NIGERIA!

Annual School Needs Exhibition 2018 has been scheduled to hold between 16th and 17th May in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory of Nigeria. The two-day Education Expo promises to provide a unique platform for exposure – bringing wide range of exhibitors across the globe to share their services and products to a wider audience of potential investors with the ultimate ...

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UNDP facilitates establishment of Lake Chad Basin Governors’ Forum For Regional Stabilization

Governors from countries in the Lake Chad Basin gathered in Maiduguri, the epicentre of the Boko Haram crisis, in Borno State of Nigeria, to discuss and agree on a framework for stabilizing, building peace and fostering sustainable development across the Basin. Diminishing water levels of the Lake Chad, shared by eight countries, has pushed an estimated 12% of the more ...

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Endemic rot uncovered in Kwara education sector, as Government schools have only one teacher

Kwara Must Change has uncovered another heart breaking and endemic rot in Kwara State education sector, particularly in Kwara North and Kwara South Senatorial District in which a whole school only has one staff, who functions as teacher, cleaner and head master/mistress. Our latest discovery signifies how unimportant the state government considers education in this part of the country. In ...

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‘If I die, Hold Rochas Okorocha Responsible’ — IfeanyiCy, Imo Blogger Raises Alarm

A popular blogger in Imo state, IfeanyiCy Njoku has raised an alarm after accusing Imo state government of trying to murder him. According to the reporter who is well known for criticizing Imo state government especially governor Rochas Okorocha, more than 15 hired thugs stormed Rockview Hotels in Owerri in search of him. Below is what he shared on Facebook; ...

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Ekweremadu: Why We Passed the #NotTooYoungtoRun Bill

The Deputy President of the Senate, Senator Ike Ekweremadu, has explained that the National Assembly passed the constitution amendment bill, which sought to reduce the age qualification for various political offices in order to give the Nigerian youth their rightful place in the political leadership of the country. Ekweramadu spoke in Enugu on Friday while addressing the 7thEnugu State Annual ...

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Paradigm Initiative Demands End to Press Attacks

As the world celebrates World Press Freedom Day on May 3, 2018, Paradigm Initiative has called for an immediate end to the spate of attacks on the media in Africa. The celebration of the 2018 World Press Day comes at a time of increased press attacks across Africa, an unfortunate reality that is partly behind shrinking civic spaces in the ...

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FG policy: Ogun Customs reduces numbers of checkpoint

The Ogun State Area Command of the Nigerian Customs Service said on Wednesday that it has reduced the numbers of checkpoints manned by personnel of the service.   The New Controller of the command, Michael Ojobo Agbara, disclosed this to newsmen in Idiroko while parading the seizures made by the command in the last two weeks of his resumption into ...

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#WorldPressFreedomDay : President Buhari Charges Media on Fairness, Pledges non-interference

On the occasion of World Press Freedom Day, observed every May 3, President Muhammadu Buhari pledges an unfettered environment for the media to do its work, but notes that responsibility is reciprocal, and journalists should be mindful of fairness, justice, and national interest at all times. Reflecting on this year’s theme; Keeping Power In Check: Media, Justice and The Rule ...

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