ASUU, IPPIS and the accountant general

Nigerians must have breathed a sigh of relief following the report that significant progress has been made at the meeting of the Federal Government and the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) held on Friday 20th November, 2020.  According to media reports, the Federal Government has acceded to many of the demands from ASUU, notable […]

Don’t let obstacles determine who you are

Take us through your career journey?My career journey has been an exciting blend of sorts. I spent a few years in Public Relations and Marketing. I have put in at least 15 years in the Oil and Gas sector and I have been a businesswoman for quite a number of years now. However, my siblings […]

We’ll allow freedom of speech, not reckless use of social media, says FG

• Faults Traditional Media’s Reportage Of EndSARS Protests• Insists Lekki ‘Massacre’ Was A Hoax The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, yesterday, restated the resolve of the President Muhammadu Buhari-led government to regulate the social media in its spirited bid to keep the country united. Speaking at a media session with senior journalists in […]

NPFL will keep suffering with wrong people in charge, says Gara-Gombe

Former Gombe Football Association Chairman, Ahmed Shuaibu Gara-Gombe, has said that the rescheduling, again, of the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) till next week was a result of having wrong people managing the league, which he said was inimical to the growth of the country’s football. The 2020/2021 NPFL season earlier rescheduled to start this […]

Why I called for Buhari’s medical report, by Ezekwesili

A presidential aspirant in the 2019 general elections, Dr. Obiageli Ezekwesili, said she called for full disclosure on the state of mental and physical health of President Muhammadu Buhari following the killing of farmers/fishermen on November 28 at Zabarmari community in Borno State and his administration’s recurrent failure to provide a credible response to the […]

Kamala Harris: the memo Nigeria never got

Two germane things happened during my month-long official vacation: One, the so called ‘Lazy Nigerian Youths’ took to the streets to demand for an end to police brutality. I covered the protest and witnessed how the leaderless group of young men and women coordinated themselves and marched across Lagos and other parts of the country.   I […]

Nigeria civil war: ECOWAS orders inclusive settlement

The ECOWAS Court has ordered 10 of the third-party applicants in a proceeding relating to the payment of compensation by Nigeria over its management of the country’s civil war aftermath, to file before its next sitting, the terms of their settlement. At the resumed hearing of the suit, the applicants informed the court, presided over by Justice […]