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Position of Northern Elder's Forum, a Mere Irritant and Featherweight - Presidency
Position of Northern Elder’s Forum...

Position of Northern Elder’s Forum, a Mere Irritant and Featherweight...

Femi Adesina, Special Adviser to the President has in a statement today referred to the position of the Norther Elders’ Forum as “a mere irritant and featherweight.” This statement was released in response to an earlier statement released by the forum in which it stated that the... read more »

Corona Virus: Schools Resume in South Africa
Corona Virus: Schools Resume in South Af...

Corona Virus: Schools Resume in South Africa

School children in South Africa resumed classroom activities on Monday, 8th June 2020, as government starts to ease restrictions imposed on the country to curb the spread of corona virus. Resumption of schools was delayed in the country after teachers’ union advised members to ignore the order by... read more »

Corona Virus: Lagos State Government Mocks Residents with Absurd Palliative Provision
Corona Virus: Lagos State Government Moc...

Corona Virus: Lagos State Government Mocks Residents with Absurd Palliative...

On the 27th of March, we published a story that the Lagos state government had announcement the commencement of the first phase of its economic stimulus package targeted at about 200, 000 homes. Governor Sanwo-Olu was roundly hailed for his good work but little did we know that what was in store... read more »

Lagos State Health Commissioner Prof. Akin Abayomi has warned on Friday that coronavirus cases in the state may surge to 39,000 in the coming weeks
COVID-19: Sanwo-Olu Rolls Out First Phas...

COVID-19: Sanwo-Olu Rolls Out First Phase of Economic Stimulus for Resident...

Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu has unveiled economic stimulus package for the indigent and the most vulnerable in the society to cushion the effect of Coronavirus.   The stimulus, which comes in food packs, to be distributed to every local government in the State is aimed at... read more »

Why Coronavirus Cases In Lagos May Surge To 39,000 – Health Commissioner
Why Coronavirus Cases In Lagos May Surge...

Why Coronavirus Cases In Lagos May Surge To 39,000 – Health Commissioner

  Lagos State Health Commissioner Prof. Akin Abayomi has warned on Friday that coronavirus cases in the state may surge to 39,000 in the coming weeks if proactive measures were not put in place to avoid the situation.   Lagos currently has 44 confirmed cases, which include 41 active cases... read more »

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Opinion: The North and Vanity of Power by Charles Ogbu

Opinion: The North and Vanity of Power by Charles Ogbu

Northern Nigeria is a tragic paradox. A walking contradiction, I mean. For over 40 years, the North has ruled Nigeria and controlled every aspect of her national life. The current... read more »

Fed Poly Ilaro Suspends SUG President Caught in Cult Activities

Fed Poly Ilaro Suspends SUG President Caught in Cult Activities

Ilaro Polytechnic Management  has suspended the Students Union, President, Adegboye Olatunji, who was arrested for engaging in cult activities. The young man was nabbed alongside... read more »

Amotekun is a Battle Won in the Federalism War - Afenifere

Amotekun is a Battle Won in the Federalism War – Afenifere

The General Assembly of Afenifere held today at the Àkúrẹ́ home of the Leader, Chief R.F Fasoranti OFR. After exhaustive deliberations on the state of the country, the following... read more »

Junaid Mohammed’s Echo Chamber and the Amotekun Civil War - Reno Omokri

Junaid Mohammed’s Echo Chamber and the Amotekun Civil War – Reno Omokri

Recently, the firebrand ex Second Republic member of the House of Representatives, Dr. Junaid Mohammed, warned or threatened that Nigeria may experience another civil war if the Western... read more »

Opinion: Àmọ̀tẹ́kùn As a Game Changer For 2023 by Reno Omokri

Opinion: Àmọ̀tẹ́kùn As a Game Changer For 2023 by Reno Omokri...

A lot has been written about the introduction of the region wide security outfit for the Southwest, known as Àmọ̀tẹ́kùn. Much of it is built around emotions. And as my readers may have noticed,... read more »