MINISTER ADVOCATES EFFECTIVE CAMPAIGN AGAINST FAKE NEWS   By Nsikan Ikpe   Nigeria's Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed has stressed the need to fight against the growing menace of 'take news' as part of efforts to move the nation forward. Speaking...
Concern mounts as protests continue     By Emmanuel Timeyin   Government forces in Tunisia have continued battling protesters who  have in the past three days crowded the streets of Tunis,  the state capital and several other parts of the country, to vent their displeasure...
Critics say without job creation, illegal migration would not cease By John Eche   A tweet by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Nigeria, Mr Geoffrey Onyeama, announcing his imminent departure to Libya as the head of a response mission on the...
'Quit now, if you cannot take on the herdsmen,' Benue youth tell Buhari By John Eche   Outrage and protests have greeted news of yet another murderous strike by suspected Fulani herdsmen, in Benue State, Nigeria. Some accounts of the attack say that...
'Develop healthy appetite for information' FROM TASIE THEODORE-OWERRI   Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo State has said that the difference between the rich and the poor is information and enjoined youths in the country that since information is key to success, they...
Why Libya and its friends must not go away with distorting the facts By Richard Mammah   I have read a few accounts on the crisis of Black African slavery in Libya that have been trying to exculpate the Libyan state from...
Mixed results all the way By Ada Anioji The Mo Ibrahim Foundation has registered the fact that it is worried over the state of education in the African continent. This is contained in the 2017 Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG), launched...
PDP may emerge second best From Ada Anioji/John Eche in Anambra If current exit poll trends continue, Willie Obiano, candidate of the ruling All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA, may be headed for a second term in office. This is according to the...
Who carries the day? From Ada Anioji/John Eche, Awka and Onitsha   #AnambraDecides. The polls process are underway and turnout is considerably impressive. The boycott/sit-at-home call from the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB has clearly not been heeded this time around. Though many...
Condolence messages pour in from all over the country By Nsikan Ikpe   Condolences have continued to pour in for the Bola Ahmed Tinubu family following the sudden death of his first son, Jide Tinubu on Tuesday in circumstances that are presently...

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