Muslim-Muslim/Christian-Christian Presidential Ticket Will Do Nigeria More Harm

By Joel Ajayi Against the backdrop of the political permutation and speculation making the rounds to the extent that a certain political party is contemplating fielding a Muslim candidate and a Muslim running mate in the forthcoming Presidential election. It

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2023: Groups Charge Buhari To Nominate Youth As Tinubu’s Running Mate

President Muhammadu Buhari been charged to nominate a youth as running mate to Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, presidential candidate of the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC. They noted that considering the age of Tinubu, who is in his 70s, and failure

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Food Borne Diseases: Experts Advise Against Synthetic Spices, Smoked Food

By Oswald Agwu Unhygienic environment, Smoked Foods, and use of synthetic taste and flavour enhancers in food preparation has been identified as responsible for the prevalent Cancer and other food related ailments in the society. The observation was part of

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Ebonyi CSOs Educate School Girls On Menstrual Health

By Oswald Agwu A group of Ebonyi Civil Society Organisations under the platform of Ebonyi Women and Girls Rights Advocates, have taken menstrual hygiene campaign to Secondary Schools in the State. The group also educated the students on gender rights

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C’River Debt Misery: N1.4bn Illegal Foreign Loans Unaccounted

10 months after query, lawmakers yet to take action Other states not left out By Cyril Ogar  In 2019, despite being the only one of the 36 states of the federation, including the Federal Capital Territory, that exceeded the borrowing

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June 12: Celebrating Democracy Again

 It is 23 years of unbroken democracy in Nigeria and not a few think it is time to clink glasses and toast to this milestone. While it may have been a bumpy road, there is a lot to celebrate, given

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C’River Debt Misery: N1.4bn Illegal Foreign Loans Unaccounted

10 months after query, lawmakers yet to take action Other states not left out Cyril Ogar In 2019, despite being the only one of the 36 states of the federation, including the Federal Capital Territory, that exceeded the borrowing ceiling

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June 12: Celebrating Democracy Again

It is 23 years of unbroken democracy in Nigeria and not a few think it is time to clink glasses and toast to this milestone. While it may have been a bumpy road, there is a lot to celebrate, given

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