Senate probes N6trn unpaid ground rent from property owners
US increases tourist, student visa fees by 15%
UNILAG to host research confab
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT: Ganoderma suppresses propagation of cancer cells – LAURETTA OFODILE
Trustfund carpets states over choice of PFAs for workers
A gentleman’s matric-couture
Pig meat tragedy: Another funeral guest dies
How police detained kids, mother over alleged theft by husband
Fuel price: In Lagos, it’s back to N97 without cheers
Ph.D holder as a driver
Obama: The Second Time Around (3)
General Shuwa: Tribute To A Great Civil War Hero, By Victor Ndoma-Egba
Obama: The Second Time Around (2)
LASTMA disciplines 25 erring officers
Joy, pains on Lagos roads after Okada restriction
Ladipo auto traders demand remanded leader’s release
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Obama: The Second Time Around
Four years ago in 2008 the entire world was engrossed in, and enraptured by a global political phenomenon about to happen: The United States of America was about to elect a Black man as its President and Commander-in-Chief. It had been a long tough run-up to the elections. A young first time member of the U.S. Senate whose first introduction to the political world was when he gave the keynote address at the 2004 Democratic Party Convention in Boston at which Senator John Kerry was nominated to run for president against Republican candidate and incumbent President George W. Bush, had simply done what for most was only conceivable in a dream.
Judges don’t make money like lawyers – Justice Itam, Cross River CJ
Justice Okoi Ikpi Itam is the Acting Chief Judge of Cross River State. He was Acting Chief Justice of Gambia. In this interview, he speaks on his admiration for the law profession. But he says there is a lot of money to make being a member of the bar than being on the bench.
KADUNA BOMBING: Okada, Please lead me to St. Rita Catholic Church – Suicide Bomber
If the bomb ferrying man’s mission was to kill, an unsuspecting commercial motorcyclist popularly called okada helped seal the fate of those present at the St. Rita Catholic Church, Badarwa, Kaduna last Sunday, a Sabbath day.
That was the day a man of fiendish disposition, determined to end his life and those of other innocent people in a macabre manner, loaded explosives into a Mercedes Benz SUV, black in colour, and headed for the Church.
‘How we survived gas disaster’
On January 16, 2012,Chevron Nigeria Limited KS Endeavor Rig, with scores of personnel on board, caught fire in what is allegedly the worst gas blow-out in Nigeria, killing two persons and leaving several others seriously injured and traumatized.
How police in Lagos smashed notorious ATM robbery gang
In June 2011, when operatives of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad, SARS, at the Lagos State Police Command cracked a notorious robbery gang that specialized in breaking into Automated Teller Machines, ATM, across major banks in the state, they were elated, believing they have ended the reign of the gang.
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