Rape: Justice Odogwu’s combination recipe

NO DOUBTS, raping in recent time has assumed a major social ill confronting Nigerian Federation. It is today in a critical stage...

Political interest and Nigeria’s democracy

THE Managing Editor, Avalon Daily, Ayo Adio described political engagements and elections in Nigeria as exercises not cast on strong issues line...

Nigeria @ 60: Recipe for masses’ survival

IT IS always clear, judging from the time of independence of 1960, that Nigeria, one of the West African giants and the...

Poverty eradication… Nigeria’s resilient headache

RECENTLY, the world marked 27th anniversary of the eradication of poverty, and the theme for the year is ‘Acting Together to Achieve...

It is illegal for them to open people’s phones – Bosah

INSPECTOR General of Police is trying to regulate their excesses. There are too many compliants of human abuse and illegal duties being...

They behave like untrained people – Okechukwu

WELL, I once had encounter with them. It was too horrible. They behave like people who are not trained at all.

IGP made good decision – Duru

Federal Special Anti- Robbery Squad (FSARS) and other tactical squads were recently restricted from routine patrol in Nigeria. National Light reporters, CHIKAODI...

Rape: Justice Odogwu’s combination recipe

NO doubts, raping in recent time has assumed a major social ill confronting Nigerian Federation. It is today in a critical stage...

Encouraging subsistence farming

IN our world today, there is a great decline in the number of people that still engage in subsistence or family farming...

From ‘Ghana Must Go’ to ‘Nigeria Must Go’… Call for national reawakening

HISTORY has it that in 1983, Nigeria expelled two million undocumented West African migrants, half of whom were from Ghana. The bags...

Taking responsibility to reduce of COVID-19 spread

SOMETIME in December, 2019, the world woke up to the news of a virus spreading like wildfire and leaving in its trail,...

Negative effects of COVID-19 on Nigeria’s economy

COVID-19 is a code-name for the latest pandemic called coronavirus, which has no doubt, done a dastardly blow on the global economy...

COVID-19 may increase risk of memory loss

OF ALL frightening ways that the SARS-COV-2 virus affects the body, one of the more insidious is the effect of COVID-19 on...

Ensuring good mental health in post-pandemic era

As most nations are easing lockdown and economic activities are beginning to come into play, there is a growing need for government...

COVID-19: Why those events don’t hold

THE novel Coronavirus has grinded to a halt almost all worlds' biggest moments, ceremonies and special days. Owning to the ease of...

AFDB: Adesina’s throes as Neocolonialism of Africa

IT'S BEEN weeks since the political intrigues at the foremost African Development Bank made front-page in Africa's political and economic discourse. The...

‘Alhamajiri ‘invasion’ in South East calls for concern’

THE recent influx of Alhamajiri into various parts of the country especially the South East has been a source of worry and...

Worshipers and COVID-19 challenge

UNLIKE what had obtained in the ancient medieval and part of the modern times, the world of today is welded together by...

Discouraging child labour in Nigeria

WORLD Day Against Child Labour is expected to see an array of activities, ranging from gathering of child workers and their supporters...

Much ado about face masks

WEARING of face masks is one of the COVID-19 protocols approved by NCDc and World Health Organisation (WHO) to contain the spread...

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