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Poor Leadership Causing Low Morale In Military – Gumi

 Sheikh Ahmad Gumi, a renowned Northern Islamic cleric in this interview with JULIET OYOYO, speaks on latest developments in the polity, especially the crisis in Southern Kaduna, war against insurgency and other issues. Excerpts:   A lot of residents from the North-western part of the country are afraid and apprehensive about the incessant attacks by either …

Discordant Tunes In Anambra Over 2021 Guber Poll

AWKA  – These are not the best of times for Governor Willie Obiano. It is not as if something extra-ordinary or novel has happened. In fact, the present administration has always been criticised by the opposition for a number of reasons. Coming after two giants: Senator Chris Ngige and Mr. Peter Obi had bestrode the …



Oyetola Inaugurates Anti-Women, Children Crime Committee

OSOGBO – Osun State Governor, Adeg­boyega Oyetola has inau­gurated anti-women and children management com­mittee to protect against any form of violence across the state. The committee which is headed by the wife of the governor also has tradition­al ruler, political office hold­ers, market women, civil so­ciety representatives among other. The members include, Olowu of Kuta, …

Online Publisher, Others Get 30 Days To Retract Story

 Gerald Eguaroje, a La­gos-based lawyer has giv­en eight online news me­dia a 30-day ujltimatum to retract a malicious story published by ‘Secret Re­porters’ and similar outlets in 2017. In a statement issued by the legal practitioner on Thursday August 6, 2020 Eguaroje said that the ma­licious publication by the Publisher of Secret Report­ers, Oghenedoro Tega …

AXA Mansard Health Evolving Initiatives Amidst Pandemic

LAGOS – AXA Mansard Health Lim­ited, a Health Maintenance Organization (HMO) arm of the AXA Mansard Group, has continued to prove its leading dynamics by intro­ducing initiatives to better serve and engage its cus­tomers. As an evolving HMO, the firm came up with the initiatives that cut across drug pickups, health talk and webinar series …

Yobe Hints On School Resumption Dates

DAMATURU – The Yobe State Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education has informed that the SS3 and boarding junior secondary school students should unfailing­ly resume school on Au­gust 8,, 2020, while private schools and GDSS students should resume on August 11, 2020. Dr. Muhammad Sani Id­ris, the state Commission­er for Basic and Secondary Education, revealed …

2023: Alaba Traders Pledge Support For APC

LAGOS – Alaba Traders Association, under the aegis of Alaba Amalgamated Council of Sectional Heads, has prom­ised to support the All Pro­gressives Congress (APC) in Lagos State in 2023 general elections. The group, made up of 17 sectional heads, made its position known on Thurs­day when the lawmaker representing Oshodi/Isolo Constituency 2 at the Lagos …



Begin COVID-19 Preventive Measures Before Second Wave, NGF Urges States

ABUJA – As the country begins phased opening of the economy amid the Coronavirus pandemic, the Nigerian Governors’ Fo­rum (NGF) has urged state governments to take cogni­zance of the possibility of a second wave of COVID-19 in­fection and should start pre­paring preventive measures. This is part of resolutions contained in a communiqué issued at the …

Executive Order To Protect Telecom Infrastructure Underway – Pantami

LAGOS  – The Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Dr Isa Ali Pantami, yesterday disclosed that the Draft document on the Executive Order protecting Telecommunications Infrastructure across the country has been reviewed by the relevant authorities and is awaiting presidential assent.  Pantami made the disclosure during his keynote address at a virtual sectoral forum, organised …

COVID-19 Has Affected 1.2bn Learners Across The World– NESG

ABUJA – The Nigerian Economic Summit Group (NESG) has said COVID-19 has affect­ed 73.4 per cent of schools worldwide and about 1.2 billion learners, who have been out of school as a re­sult of the pandemic. Ms. Bridget Azubuike, Head of Research of The Education Partnership, revealed this at the launch of the Nigerian Economic …

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