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Police open up on arrest of Premium Times reporter, Samuel Ogundipe

The police have alleged that the Premium Times Security reporter, Samuel Ogundipe, violated the Official Secret Act and the Cyber Crime Act, adding that...


Tukari: Build schools for our children, Saudi-based Nigerians appeal to Buhari

By Mustapha Usman, From Madinah Nigerian settlers in Saudi Arabia, popularly known as "Tukari", have appealed to the Federal Government to build conventional schools for their children for study in the Holy Land. 


2019: Why I’m gunning for Senate, by Jigawa deputy governor

The Deputy Governor of Jigawa State, Ibrahim Hassan-Hadejia, has disclosed the reason for his interest to contest for the senatorial seat of the North-East zone of the state in the 2019 general elections.


Another take on crisis of leadership in northern Nigeria, by Prof....

To state that northern Nigeria is ethnically and religiously diverse and variegated sounds more like worn out cliché. In terms of its demography, the...


August bond auction oversubscribed by N10.09bn, says DMO

The Debt Management Office, DMO, said the federal government’s bond auction for August conducted on Wednesday was oversubscribed by N10.09 billion. A statement issued in Abuja...


Extremities and public spaces in a season of denial

This book has established for itself the status of a tour de force in the study of political communication in Nigeria's Fourth Republic not...


Ozil’s claims of racism in German camp ‘nonsense’, says Kroos

Arsenal's German midfielder Mesut Ozil reacts as he leaves the pitch after the English Premier League football match between Arsenal and Manchester City at...


3 lawmakers charged to court for treason

Three Ugandan lawmakers, who are critics of President Yoweri Museveni, were thursday charged to court forYoweri Museveni of Uganda treason on their alleged role...


Healthcare personnel shortage: Task Shifting, Task Sharing policy to the rescue

For a long time now in Nigeria, maternal mortality, morbidity, childbirth complications and other negative healthcare indices have continued to soar higher as the country is being subjected to a natural haemorrhage of health professionals who tend to seek greener pastures abroad

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