Kidnapping spree has continued across the country despite security agencies’ best efforts to contain the scourge.
Amid reports that the Federal Government has authorised the release of grains to intervene in the current hardship in the country, states have lamented that their warehouses are empty.
Since his conversion to Christianity in 1972 during an evangelical crusade in Sapele, Nigeria, Ayodele Joseph Oritsegbubemi Oritsejafor, often known as Papa Ayo Oritsejafor, has remained a notable figure in the country. Both on the pulpit and outside, he has provided visionary leadership that shaped lives and promoted national development.
Alhaji Yahaya Bello was sworn in as the fourth democratically elected governor of Kogi State, marking a complete change from the former dominance of elderly people in the saddle of the state’s affairs.
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Many Nigerians crying over extortion and high handedness of some unscrupulous agents of the National Identity Management Commission, NIMC during registration to get the National Identity Number, NIN may soon heave a sigh of relief.
Nigerian Bottling Company, NBC has doled out N120 million to commission 10 newly-minted community recycling banks in Nigeria.
The Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU has asked that governments stop perpetuating lawlessness in the Universities in the country and ensure adequate attention is paid to the education system as the country would be doomed without quality education.
The Acting Vice Chancellor of Trinity University, Yaba, Lagos, Prof. Clement Kolawole, has called for the upgrade of the country’s educational architecture, if the country is to realise her potential.
The founder and Chief Executive Officer of Memphys Neurosurgery Hospital, Enugu, Prof. Sam Ohaegbulam has expressed worry over perceived disregard of academic professors by the Nigerian government.
Lecturers in public universities in the country have started receiving two months out of the seven months’ withheld salaries of the academic staff.