GOC 81 Div Seeks For More Retraining Competitions For Troops

As the three days Warrant Officers and Senior Non-Commissoned officers Inter-Division Competitions were rounded off on Thursday, the General Officer Commanding GOC 81 Division Nigerian Army, Maj Gen Umar Musa has said that the competition was tailored to enhance the fighting efficiency and performance of troops in the field and to tackle the current Security challenges in the country.

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A Day In Lagos Cattle Market

Many may not know how lucrative the cattle business is in Nigeria but Nigerians eat beef on a daily basis notwithstanding how tough the economy has become lately. In developing countries, this business has been left in the hands of the so called illiterates, unlearned nomads. However, these people wield so much influence and power […]


Kuchingoro IDP Camp: Where Water, Sanitation Health, Facility Maintenance Are Collective Responsibility

The Kuchingoro camp sheltering Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) at the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja is a huge camp. However, well-meaning Nigerians through various Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) have been visible with various projects including Water and Sanitation facilities. In this report facilitated by Christian media organisation, the Journalists For Christ (JFC) International Outreach, sponsored by the […]

“My Father Lived A Fulfilled Life” – Olalekan Ajayi

As eminent Nigerians thronged Lagos State to join the Principal Manager at the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Corporate Communication Department, Mr. Olalekan Ajayi to give his father a befitting burial, he described his father as a man who lived an exemplary and fulfilled life.

Nigerians and Prejudice

Nigeria is truly not a united country. She is a country of so many nations who do not trust themselves. From my observations, There is no single ethnic group that is not bias and suspicious of others. So many derogatory languages being used today among the tribes out of hatred, jealousy and suspicion. When you […]

Gender Equality Key To Sustainable Future – SEC DG

The year 2022 has been described as pivotal for achieving gender equality in the context of climate change and environmental and disaster risk reduction, which are some of the greatest global challenges of the twenty-first century as without gender equality today, a sustainable future, and an equal future remains beyond reach.