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Presidential Election: A Time for Retrospection

The much anticipated presidential election has come and gone and left us with a lot of...

Osinbajo, Durotoye vote in same polling unit

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo and Fela Durotoye,  the presidential candidate of the Alliance for New Nigeria (ANN),...

The causes and consequences of broken homes in Nigeria (II)

In most cultures, Marriage where meant to be a life-long contract , but the stability that characterized...

How EFCC frustrates Businesses and NGOs with delay in SCUML registration

Nigeria is a notorious country in almost all fronts. From non-responsive systems to redundant bureaucracies; the country...

Seven questions Yakubu Dogara must answer on displaced Muslims in Tafawa Balewa

HONOURABLE SPEAKER BARRISTER YAKUBU DOGARA AND THE PLIGHT OF THE TAFAWA BALEWA DISPLACED MUSLIM COMMUNITYQuestions to Answer...

2019 General elections and the resurrection of thuggery in Kano State

Of course, the damage caused by the high rate of thuggery and other forms of atrocities by...

Male involvement in Maternal Health in Northern Nigeria is low, but a local NGO is turning the tide

To confront the socio-cultural norms that have systematically disadvantage and discriminated against women and girls, the NGO has made stride to involve all stakeholders at all levels. “Religious and Traditional leaders, families, opinion leaders and influencers, are key to addressing these barriers that are becoming toxic by the day” said Ibrahim Ladan Wunti, the Executive Director of the NGO.

Dzukogi: Taking Federal Polytechnic, Bida to the next level

When Dr Abubakar Dzukogi assumed office as Rector of Federal Polytechnic, Bida on May 22, 2015, his...

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