Japa: Nigeria have lost many bright Youths to other countries – Gbajabiamila
Police seal-off Nasarawa Assembly complex
Sina Rambo’s estranged wife to give away diamond wedding ring, confirms divorce
We’re coming back to power in 2026 — Osun APC
JAPA: 52% of Nigerian professionals to relocate abroad – Phillips Consulting
Paris Diamond League: Four things to watch
Hadi Sirika and the fraud called Nigeria Air, By Ikechukwu Amaechi
Some people believe that Nigeria, our dear country, is a criminal enterprise. Those who perceive the political ideology construct – patriotism – from the prism of the three wise monkeys, a Japanese pictorial maxim which embodies the proverbial principle of “see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil” aver that such a portrayal is […]
Corruption: EFCC is not fit for purpose; it’s time to scrap it! By Olu Fasan
When General Olusegun Obasanjo became president in 1999, he was under pressure from the international community to tackle corruption frontally. Obasanjo himself described corruption in Nigeria as cancerous, saying it required surgical operations. He established an anti-corruption agency, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, in 2003. But 20 years later, Nigeria remains a “fantastically […]
Report writing (Part 2)
By Ruth Oji Still on the first series on report writing, this article focuses on further steps you can take as you prepare to write your report. In Part I, we mentioned the need to set your objective – what you intend to achieve by writing the report – before embarking on the exercise. Recall […]
President Bola Tinubu’s petrol subsidy trouble, By Rotimi Fasan
When President Bola Ahmed Tinubu loudly proclaimed the end of the petrol subsidy regime in the Nigerian oil sector in his inaugural address, he probably didn’t anticipate the kind of reception he has been treated to by the leadership of Nigerian workers. The removal of oil subsidy has for many months now been a hot […]
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE: Risks, gains of revolutionary technology
A veteran journalist and Arts Editor of one of the prominent national dailies, Dr Mbonu, paid the price of a growing influence of Artificial intelligence, which is becoming the next big revolution in technology.
Nigeria leading continent in data protection – NDPB Commissioner
By Emmanuel Elebeke Nigeria has emerged as continental leader in Data Protection, compared to other African countries. The National Commissioner/CEO, Nigeria Data Protection Bureau (NDPB), Dr. Vincent Olatunji disclosed this during the ongoing executive session, at the Nigeria-Netherlands Economic Consultation. The National Commissioner, who informed the assembly of the major significance of the Bureau to the contribution of […]
‘Why businesses need data analytics’
Running a business in Nigeria can be an arduous task because business owners face fierce competition as they strive to secure market share, acquire new customers, and enhance their productivity and profitability.
Oil industry can’t make headway without modern technology — Denila, Petrosoft boss
The Chief Executive Officer of Petrosoft Limited, Chief Joshua Denila is a System Engineer, serial investor and entrepreneur with competence in Internet of things, IoT, Machine to machine, telecommunication, advanced software and hardware engineering technology.
Sudan crisis: JAMB rolls out modalities for absorption of returnee students
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board(JAMB)has rolled out modalities for the absorption of returnee students from war-torn countries into Nigerian universities.
Gov Bello inaugurates c’ttee for establishment of new university
Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi State, on Wednesday, inaugurated a committee for the establishment of a state-owned university in Kogi West. Chaired by Professor Olu Obafemi Nnom, an esteemed academician and Fellow of the Nigerian Academy of Letters, the committee has 17 distinguished professors as members. The lineup, as announced by the governor, comprises renowned […]
Cultism: Kwarapoly withdraws student’s HND certificate
The authorities of Kwara state Polytechnic Ilorin, Tuesday withdrawn the certificate of an HND student, AbdulRasheed Zubair Olatunji over his involvement in cultism.
We ‘ll support JAMB to rid education sector of corruption, malpractice – NANS
The National Association of Nigerian Students, NANS, has said it will support and collaborate with the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB, to sanitise the education sector, especially the segment involved in the conduct of public examinations and rid it of corruption and malpractice.