WHAT do you expect when 340,000 candidates who passed the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination cannot find places in the nationâ€™s higher institutions?Read More
WHAT do you expect when 340,000 candidates who passed the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination cannot find places in the nationâ€™s higher institutions? Professor Dibu Ojerinde, Registrar of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board calls the deficit in admission â€œsurvival of the fittestâ€ and advised the affected candidates to reapply next year. If he wants to
SENATE President, David Achelenu Mark is angry with the state of insecurity in the country. He is proposing undemocratic solutions â€” anathemas to his exalted position as leader of Nigeriaâ€™s legislative business.Read More
MUCH energy is being wasted over the statement by Mr. Remi Babalola, Minister of State Finance, that the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, was insolvent.Read More
WE are used to the intriguing stories of seized oil vessels disappearing or security agencies conniving with their owners to grant them passage. Few years ago, some generals lost their commission over the issue.Read More
WHEN the Police Service Commission, PSC, restored the rank of Mallam Nuhudeen Ribadu to an Assistant Inspector General of Police, the decision was applauded as justice. Ribadu was demoted. The PSC stated that his rise did not follow due processes.Read More
CONCERNS about kidnapping in Nigeria are re-echoing in Malaysia where thousands of Nigerians studying there have formed a new target for the criminals. The incidents are worrying enough and are making the headlines adding to the global notoriety that has been attached to Nigerians for years.Read More
PRESIDENT Goodluck Ebele Jonathan has a lot of time to waste contrary to speculations that running the country was a demanding affair that left the President with hardly any time to spare.Read More
Yuguda promptly picked the Speaker of the House, Hon Babayo Garba Gamawa, supervisor of Gadiâ€™s impeachment as Deputy Governor.
Gadi sought legal protection. Justice Garba Tsamani of the Bauchi High Court on 25 June ordered that Gadi should be reinstated. On 28 June, Gadi returned to work.
IT would be in character for us to ignore the intense World Cup that is going on in Warsaw, Poland. The world is imagining, looking at the future, exhibiting skills that would improve the world through technological breaks.Read More