The obviously notorious herdsmen are currently busy making a big political statement in Kogi State just as Christians are busy watching political developments in the state from the sidelines.
“But it seems to me discovering oil in the north will bring no real economic value to Nigeria, apart from ego massage and the possibility of local refining and consumption,” Azibaola Robert writes in Opinions.
A fresh report by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) has unveiled the necessary conditions for meeting the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030, just a decade away.
Women are currently battling to shake the table at the technology and e-commerce industry largely dominated by men. There is a surge in women demanding seats at the table, and effectively delivering goods online.
Families of victims of the September 2009 massacre by Guinea’s security forces are still awaiting justice 10 years later, 6 human rights groups said today.
Western Nigeria group, Coalition of Yoruba Nationals, has said that it will pull the Yoruba ethnic nationality out of Nigeria, a supposed African giant that has refused to grow up as an all-inclusive country, since according to the group, the country has allegedly slipped into ‘’Anarchy’’ and can no longer protect Yoruba interests.
“53 years after: this is the face of the living ghost of September 29, 1966, the day the mass killing of Easterners in Northern Nigeria commenced,” Tony Nnadi writes in Opinions.
Liverpool extended their perfect start to the season with a seventh successive English Premier League (EPL) victory, beating Sheffield United 1-0.
The Presidency on Saturday issued the following statement on the reported rescue of 400 men and boys in a building in Kaduna, where the detainees were allegedly abused and tortured:
Governor Wike urged the Minister of State for Petroleum Resources Timipre Silva to prevail on President Buhari to execute projects in Rivers State.