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Opebi: A booming child ‘sex selling’ haven

Opebi: A booming child ‘sex selling’ haven

•…use offices as brothers at night The sale of sex is not necessarily an exclusive vocation. Over the years it has often been engaged in alongside other income-generating activities. For younger women, prostitution was a…

Ruling parties stifling opposition in states –Investigation

Ruling parties stifling opposition in states –Investigation

It is a mixed bag for the opposition parties as ruling parties have adopted the maxim of war by all means, as they stifle the opposition in order to gain upper hands in the build…

Nigerians besiege INEC offices as PVC collection ends

Nigerians besiege INEC offices as PVC collection ends

•Low collection rate trail exercise across Nigeria Nigerians have besieged the various points located at the various designated by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) across the 774 local governments across the country for the…

2023: APC, PDP lack moral credentials to rule again – Cardinal Onaiyekan

2023: APC, PDP lack moral credentials to rule again – Cardinal Onaiyekan

…says 2019 elections were terribly rigged say Buhari must take blame for oil theft as Minister of Petroleum says people in power steal Nigeria’s money The Christmas season is usually a period of merriments, celebrations…

Ebubeagu: Well-intentioned outfit turned killing machine

Ebubeagu: Well-intentioned outfit turned killing machine

…leading to the hunter becoming the hunted I was tortured, dehumanised, and paraded naked in public -Victim Ebubeagu, a security outfit, was set up by the South-East Governors’ Forum to combat insecurity and protect residents…

Caging the Omo onile monster in Abuja

Caging the Omo onile monster in Abuja

 Unauthorised persons encroaching on our land – NUT Municipal, Abuja  I have no issues with NUT, my land is separate from theirs, says Yusuf  ‘Faceless people petitioned against me in a matter that doesn’t concern…

Homeless girls: A story of lost souls

Homeless girls: A story of lost souls

‘Every day is a struggle, and fear of street urchins, palpable’ The dilemma homeless girls face on a daily basis, are dreadfully pitiable. They are condemned to a life of rejection, trauma, deprivation and poverty.…

Sports varsity: Anioma salutes FG as NUC gives final nod

Sports varsity: Anioma salutes FG as NUC gives final nod

…supports Nwoko’s quest for Senate Prominent indigenes of Anioma in Delta State, have applauded the Federal Government and the Nigerian University Commission (NUC), for what they said was a bold step in giving the final…

Costly burials: Profiting from the dead

Costly burials: Profiting from the dead

The poor cannot afford the prices of these services, says a casket seller It is often said that death is a necessary end. But, in today’s Nigeria, the social status of a person often reflects…

7th-Day Adventist crisis (2)

7th-Day Adventist crisis (2)

Pastor Owolabi’s resignation, only panacea to end crisis –Laity The man they’re talking about is the best minister in the church, says Union This is the concluding part of the Seventh-day Adventist crisis that had…