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Resurgence of COVID-19: God forbid another lockdown –Teachers

Resurgence of COVID-19: God forbid another lockdown –Teachers

Having taught in the classroom for more than 15 years, Mr. Emmanuel Adeniyi, a private school teacher, who is currently teaching Agricultural Science at Tudapems High School in Akute said he had to adjust his…

Anguish of parents as Islamiyya children spend 81 days with bandits

Anguish of parents as Islamiyya children spend 81 days with bandits

…trauma sends parents to hospital …3 children confirmed dead, many seriously ill …bandits threaten to attack another school if motorcycles, balance of ransom not paid soonest Following the swift response and release of the Niger…

Food vendors battle inflation for survival

Food vendors battle inflation for survival

The sharp rise in the prices of commodities in Nigeria has become alarming. The economic situation is seriously biting Nigerians and drilling large holes into their pockets. Food vendors, who go to markets every day,…

Bayelsa: Ending the scourge of abandoned projects

Bayelsa: Ending the scourge of abandoned projects

In Bayelsa State, everything goes. No thanks to the youths who do not even ask questions may be because their relations are beneficiaries of the rot going on in the system. There are lots of…

Changing the narratives of waste management in Lagos

Changing the narratives of waste management in Lagos

In what was widely described as an unprecedented intervention to change the narratives of Lagos as one of the world’s dirtiest cities, Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu recently unveiled 102 trucks, 100 Dino bins to address the…

COVID-19: The rise and fall of face masks

COVID-19: The rise and fall of face masks

Last year the COVID-19 pandemic started with a great negative impact on all Nigerians, affecting normal lives and standards of living.   It became a threat to the lives of everyone globally, causing the government…

Akungba-Akoko agog as New Yam Festival, Akun Day unite indigenes, friends

Akungba-Akoko agog as New Yam Festival, Akun Day unite indigenes, friends

For the sons and daughters of Akungba-Akoko, in Akoko South-West Local Government Area of Ondo State, the ‘Akun Day’ festival held annually in the last Saturday of July was always being looked forward to, as…

How insecurity is killing nightlife in Enugu

How insecurity is killing nightlife in Enugu

ANAYO EZUGWU reports that rising insecurity and restriction of tricycle operators in Enugu State are impeding the once thriving nightlife in the coal city and also discouraging and affecting residents of the city who love…

RRS, LASTMA go ‘missing’ as Lagos motorists shun lay-bys

RRS, LASTMA go ‘missing’ as Lagos motorists shun lay-bys

The rising gridlock in Lagos arising from non-usage of the lay-bys at major bus stops and total disregard for the traffic laws, even in the presence of law enforcement agents, is generating serious debates among…

Traders, Uyo varsity on war path over alleged selective demolition of property

Traders, Uyo varsity on war path over alleged selective demolition of property

Traders and shop owners in the University of Uyo, Uyo, Annex Campus have raised the alarm over what they claimed was selective demolition of some shops in the area by the management of the Akwa…