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Securing children’s future via insurance in the event of parental deaths

Securing children’s future via insurance in the event of parental deaths

A child’s education is, undoubtedly, the main concern of any parent. And good education, many believe, is the most precious legacy any parent can leave for his or her child. In this report, ISIOMA MADIKE,…

COVID-19: Why we’re hesitant to take vaccine, by health workers

COVID-19: Why we’re hesitant to take vaccine, by health workers

We’d take the vaccine because we know implications of not taking it –Doctors As COVID-19 vaccine begins to roll out this week, enthusiasm in the healthcare workforce has not been encouraging. While some are hesitant…

Man gets life sentence for having sex with teenage niece, others

Man gets life sentence for having sex with teenage niece, others

A man has been sentenced by an Akure High Court to life imprisonment for having sex with his teenage niece and three other minors. The convict, Kolawole Apoti, who was dragged before Justice Olutoyin Akeredolu,…

Our journey into hell in police cells (2) –Victims

Our journey into hell in police cells (2) –Victims

This is the concluding part of the horrible tales of torture and inhumanity by victims, who have been to various police cells in the country, as reported by ISIOMA MADIKE “The Police is your friend,”…

Security situation in Nigeria now, an embarrassment –Ojukwu

Security situation in Nigeria now, an embarrassment –Ojukwu

A retired Commissioner of Police, Emmanuel Ojukwu, served as the police image maker at the Force headquarters, Abuja, under five Inspectors-General of Police. He is presently a Law Enforcement Analyst, Psychologist, PR Practitioner, and Motivational…

Our journey into hell in police cells –Victims

Our journey into hell in police cells –Victims

They were locked-up in different Nigeria Police cells across the country, but their experiences remain the same. Their accounts paint horrible tales of torture and inhumanity. However, it seems only wishful to think that suspected…

COVID-19: How schools strive to protect pupils after resumption amid fear

COVID-19: How schools strive to protect pupils after resumption amid fear

As pupils and students resume for learning amid a second wave of Coronavirus in Nigeria, some parents have expressed worries over the sanitation, hygiene facilities and practices in the schools their children attend. It is…

NIN REGISTRATION: Favouritism, racketeering, touting reign amid COVID-19 fears at Alausa centre

NIN REGISTRATION: Favouritism, racketeering, touting reign amid COVID-19 fears at Alausa centre

Those who have been to the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) centre in Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos, would agree that the state, which has remained the epicentre of the COVID-19 pandemic is indeed in trouble. Apart…

Yuletide: The poor and vulnerable in the eye of COVID-19 storm

Yuletide: The poor and vulnerable in the eye of COVID-19 storm

The second wave of the Coronavirus is spreading fast. The poor and vulnerable may be caught up if they remain at the end of the table. Should this happen, it will only spell doom for…

‘LOOTED’ PALLIATIVES: The inside story

‘LOOTED’ PALLIATIVES: The inside story

That there is hunger in the land is no longer a hidden fact. The recent incident, which followed the #EndSARS protests in Nigeria, somewhat laid this bare as angry, hungry youths went on the rampage,…