Behold the quintessential, sexagenarian governor

 ORDINARILY, to clinch a new one year on top of the previous attained age in the life of an individual is assumed...

Catholic priest sends SOS to Pope: I’m being persecuted unjustly

AMID tainting allegations in social media and claims of his sack from priesthood, a Tanzania-based Roman Catholic priest, Rev. Fr.  Ekene Oliver ...

Alleviating poverty through agriculture

UNTIL the second quarter of this year 2020, nobody, organisation or nation envisaged the havoc that would be wrecked on all social...

Leading in good governance

“Good Governance” which is one of the expectations of the Medium Development Goals(MDGs) and the extant Sustainable Development Goals(SDGs), which measure the...

The leader who saw tomorrow

A CYCLE is completed, another massive goal scored! The life and time of a great man is a deep reservoir of history;...

Tweaking Anambra with bold, resourceful policies

THERE'S a wise counsel in Thembu, yes Dr. Nelson Mandela's tribe in South Africa, that not even longevity sours war song. This...

Soaring above COVID-19 challenges

CORONAVIRUS pandemic unlike in most states of Nigeria remains largely contained in Anambra State. Nobody envisaged the pandemic coming, more so, impacting...

Don’t relax your defence yet – Obiano

Being a special broadcast on Covid-19 by the Governor of Anambra State, His Excellency, Chief Willie Obiano on Saturday, April 18, 2020,...

Politics of 5G… beyond two sides of one tale

IN THE epoch of hitherto existing societies, there have been none where an innovation or change was not met with opposition. This...

Pastor Oyakhilome denounces his linking of 5G with COVID-19

PRESIDENT of Love World Incorporated, also known as Christ Embassy, Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, has recanted his claim that the introduction of 5G...

5G: Nigerians and aversion to change

A CHANGE often refers to something unusual or new that is better or more pleasant than what existed before.  Now the issue...

5G may boost economy, create jobs

NOT in any recent history has technological invention sparked more controversies in Nigeria than the proposed Fifth Generation network popularly called 5G.

5G is welcome devp

ON-GOING row over the 5G technology may surprise only neophytes. Never a time had any change happened on the global stage without...

Scholars of radiation physics in University of Ibadan (UI) debunk the narratives...

Dr Popoola THE man who made this audio message can be likened to someone who is interpreting a strange...

5G: Technology born to kill?

EARLY this month the media reported that a wireless tower was set ablaze in Birmingham. England. A similar incident happened a day...

Probing the 5G, COVID-19 connection debate

THE jury is not yet out on the global plague of corona virus, COVID-19. If anything, the pandemic is still nascent. Taking...

Any ‘good’ in Good Friday?

Major controversy triggered early Christians question of whether and when to observe Jesus' death and Resurrection. Until the 4th century, Jesus' Last...

Firm begins contactless services in Africa in pandemic outbreak

JUMIA, Africa's leading eCommerce platform has announced the implementation of 'contactless' delivery for prepaid packages on the platform.  ...

COVID-19: NITDA advises on data backup as impact strategy

THE National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA), has advised Nigerians on Data Backup As Impact Mitigation Strategy as the World Celebrates International...

COVID-19: People stranded at Onitsha Head Bridge

FOLLOWING Delta State Government's total lockdown to avoid the spread Coronavirus, a lot of passengers were stranded at the various borders of...

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Creative manufacturing, handmade sector can craft post-COVID-19 future

 THE COVID-19 pandemic has had a mixed effect on consumption. Some categories and distribution channels for “essential goods and services” – from...

Kenneth Kaunda, Zambia’s founding father, Last leader of Africa’s liberation era, dies at 97

KENNETH Kaunda, Zambia's founding president and one of the last of the generation of African leaders who fought colonialism, has died at...

Researchers train bees to smell coronavirus

RESEARCHERS at Start-up InsectSense and Wageningen Bioveterinary Research have trained bees to extend their tongues when they smell the coronavirus. The coronavirus,...

New app tracks human mobility and COVID-19

TO UNDERSTAND just how COVID-19 affected human movement on a global scale, a professor in the College of Arts and Sciences Department...

Tobacco kills 146m Africans yearly – WHO

...Says one in 100 global deaths is by suicide WORLD Health Organisation has revealed that no fewer than 146...

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