Op-Ed

376 Stranded Nigerians Arrive Abuja

Two airplanes belonging to the Nigerian Airforce and Air Peace conveying 376 stranded Nigerians arrived at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja on Wednesday night to the warm embrace of family members and Federal government representatives.

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Toro, 6 Other Bauchi LGAs Now Open Defecation Free

Bauchi

Toro Local Government Area (LGA) is Nigeria’s largest. Nearly 7,000 square kilometers, this LGA in Bauchi State is about three times the size of Mauritius or more than half the size of The Gambia. Yusuf Sambo, like many Toro residents, is a farmer who depends on the Gwolchaski river for cultivating his crop and for other needs. “For many years, …

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UN Vehicles For Peace Keeping In Southern Sudan – Defence HQs

Defence headquarters on Tuesday dispelled insinuations and growing tension following the sighting of United Nations Painted vehicles and other equipment on the street; explaining that the military fighting vehicles are being moved through the Warri port for movement to the mission area in Southern Sudan.

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The Elections Of February 25

Mary Beth Leonard The people of Nigeria demonstrated their dedication to democracy on February 25, but there are many angry and frustrated Nigerians as well as many who are celebrating victories they believe were hard-fought and well-earned. In the coming days, it will be important for the future of this country that Nigerians not let their differences divide them, and …

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Buhari and the albatross of vote buying

Buhari naira

Nigeria and Nigerians suddenly woke up to the new reality of “no cash” syndrome. The Central Bank of Nigeria’s (CBN) Naira redesign policy that was meant to help the economy is terribly hurting the same economy that it was meant to save. The Naira redesign was over-hyped; Nigerians thought that was a great idea only to be disappointed finding out …

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Widows Of Fallen Heroes Seek For More Welfare Assistance

Widows of the Fallen Heroes of the Nigerian Armed Forces on Sunday appealed to the Federal Government of Nigeria to look into the general welfare of families of officers and soldiers that died in the line of duty during the civil war and other internal security operations.

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Notorious Otedola Bridge Claims One Life

The Federal Road Safety Corps Lagos Sector Command has confirmed the death of a female adult in an accident on Otedola bridge while 18 others were seriously injured in a road traffic crash near Mobil filling station close on Tuesday, 27th December, 2022.

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