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Sunday, August 19, 2018


Buhari writes NASS, renews vow to deal with corrupt officials, saboteurs

President Muhammadu Buhari has written a letter to the National Assembly, informing it of his resumption of duties as President and Commander-in- Chief of...


Truck crushes motorcyclist in Ogun

A motorcyclist was confirmed dead in an accident involving an Iveco truck and a Volkswagen Golf car at Onikoko-Adigbe area of Abeokuta. Babatunde Akinbiyi, the...


El-Rufa’i to Kaduna APC: I’ve no ‘anointed’ candidate in 2019

Governor Nasiru El-Rufa’i of Kaduna State on Friday tasked APC stakeholders and party loyalists on electing credible candidates just as he said that he would not be endorsing any candidate for any political office in the state.


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...


Lagos fringe festival holds November

Brenda and KennethAfter successfully collaborating with the British Council in producing the largest outdoor festival in West Africa (Lagos Theatre Festival) in the...


Ronaldo, Ancelotti make winning start in bruising Serie A

Napoli's forward Lorenzo Insigne (C-L) celebrates with Napoli's head coach Carlo Ancelotti after the Italian Serie A football match Lazio vs Napoli at the...


World mourns Kofi Annan former UN scribe

Kofi AnnanThe African continent and indeed the entire world, yesterday, united in grief, as quintessential international diplomat and former United Nations (UN) Secretary General,...


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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