…and Zupta did fall

   By Jonathan Asikason THE 2016 South Africa’s Presidential State of Nation Address, an event that usually opens the country’s Parliament for the new political year, was disrupted by the protest staged... Read more »

Being own salesman

By Victor Maduagwuna THE word “salesman” has reference to all people who try to persuade or convince others by logical arguments or appeal to self-interest. We are all salesmen; or at least,... Read more »

Ford Foundation donates $.6m for museum project

By Winifred Obosa LAGOS State Governor, Mr Akinwunmi Ambode has lauded Ford Foundation for donating $600,000 (about N216million) towards the architectural design and commencement of Lagos Museum Project to be sited at... Read more »

ANSLOGOR holds workshop for Activity Executing Agencies

By Emeka Chiaghanam  ANAMBRA State and Local Government Reform Project (ANSLOGOR), in partnership with European Union organised a 2-day Workshop on Terms of Reference Development for Activity Executing Agencies (AEAs) representing relevant... Read more »

Kenneth Dike library hosts Mother’s Tongue Day

By Chigozie Anueyiagu Kenneth Dike Library, Awka, Anambra State, came alive Wednesday as it marked 2018 Mother’s Tongue Day, in celebration of indigenous languages, with the theme; Linguistic Diversity and Multilingualism Count... Read more »

Herdsmen’s ‘Jihad’

By Onyedikachi Anyaonyeabor HERDSMEN are nomads who move with cattle from one place to anotherin search of green pastures. In those days, they were known for stick bearing and dane-guns which is... Read more »

In Nsugbe, Alulu residents decry vandalisation of property

By Chika Nnadozie About 10 residential buildings were last week vandalised in broad day light by suspects believed to be youths of  Alulu  Phase II Estate, Nsugbe, Anambra State, resulting in loss... Read more »

South Africa: After Zuma, What next?

AFTER years of intrigues to unseat him, followed by months of speculation, Jacob Zuma finally kissed the dust to bring his era as president of South Africa to an end  last week.... Read more »

Chioma Ajunwa: Leap from obscurity global glory

STORIES of Nigeria’s medal awards at Olympics Games will be incomplete without the mention of Chioma Ajunwa. She stands tall as one of the few Nigerians with individual achievements that made the... Read more »

Anambra begins desalting of drainages

By Michael Amadi ANAMBRA State Ministry of Environment, Beautification and Ecology is set to commence neighbour to neigbhour concept of  deslting drainages in Anambra State. This was contained in a document made... Read more »
Anambra Toll Gate

Anambra, Abia States move to settle boundary dispute

By Vivian Onwuka THE Joint Anambra and Abia Boundary Committee have resolved to maintain status quo,  pending conclusion of the establishment and definition of the boundary by the National Boundary Commission. The... Read more »

Innoson begins training of 200 N’Delta youth in automobile

By Ukpa Ewa INNOSON Kiara Academy has commenced training of 200 Niger Delta youths in automobile manufacturing to meet the needs of Nigerian Labour Market. The exercise which held on Tuesday at... Read more »

Govt Mounts Anti Measles Campaign

By Michael Amadi ANAMBRA State primary Healthcare Development Agency, in collaboration with partner agencies is set to organize national measles follow up campaign. This was made known in a press release made... Read more »
Anthony Joshua US Debut

Anthony Joshua’s promoter looking ahead to making U.S. debut

UNIFIED heavyweight world titleholder Anthony Joshua focuses on his task at hand, training for  the anticipated unification fight with Joseph Parker on March 31 in Cardiff, Wales.   Match room boxing promoter Eddie... Read more »
Defending at camp nou

Defending at Camp Nou is suicide mission – Fabregas

By Chigozie Anueyiagu CESC Fabregas has admitted that the blues will need to go on the attack in Catalonia, after the former   let slip a 1-0 lead to draw with his former... Read more »
MFM Champions League

MFM 1 Real Bamako 0: CAF Champions league

By Chigozie Anueyiagu MFM secured passage to the First Round of the CAF Champions League after defeating AS Real Bamako 1-0 in the Preliminary round second leg on Wednesday. Chijioke Akuneto’s second-half... Read more »

Shakhtar Donetsk beats Roma 2-1

by Chigozie Anueyiagu FACUNDO Ferreyra and Fred cancelled out Cengiz Under’s latest Roma goal to fire Shakhtar Donetsk to a Champions League win. Shakhtar Donetsk fought back to beat Roma 2-1 in... Read more »
Social justice for migrants

UN still mules social justice for migrant workers

By Mathew Onwuasoanya NO DOUBT the forum in the  Conference Room 8, UN Headquarters, New York had a very topical global issue to handle. It was a special event held to mark... Read more »
Aloe Vera

Aloe vera, avocado, garlic can stop that hair breakage

By Josephine Maduakonam WHAT is hair breakage? When the shafts of your hair break, resulting in split ends and shorter hair stands, it is known as hair breakage. Hair breakage usually occurs... Read more »
Nigeria in winter Olympics

Nigeria bags hearts in winter Olympics

By Chigozie Anueyiagu SEUN Adigun and Akuoma Omeoga of Nigeria slide during the Women’s Bobsleigh heats on Wednesday.  Germany may have won the women’s bobsled gold in PyeongChang, but Nigeria won hearts... Read more »