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With so much talk of 'Russian meddling' around, some people in the public eye are picking up the language of the alleged meddlers. Read Full Article at
Russia’s envoy to the UN has accused mainstream media of leading a “campaign of disinformation,” spearheaded by the so-called White Helmets group, that only complicates the situat
Femi Makinde, Osogbo The State Universal Basic Education Board in Osun State, in collaboration with the Universal Basic Education Commission, has started a jolly phonics training workshop for about 2,
Chux Ohai Scores of candidates, who registered for the 2018 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, on Monday protested in Lagos against the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board’s decision t
Simon Utebor, Yenagoa The Bayelsa State Government has vowed to arrest and prosecute any parent who refuses to allow his child to acquire formal education. The decision came on the heels of the signin
The Dutch parliament has voted to recognize as genocide the 1915 massacre of 1.5 million Armenians by the Ottoman Empire. The move deepens a diplomatic row between the Netherlands and T
Friday Musings with Ayo Olukotun, 07055841236 “Hitherto, I have looked on you as one whose work was cut and dried; you have a legacy to protect and conserve, nothing more ar
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PRISONS in Nigeria are the antithesis of the primary basis for their existence. They are filthy, overcrowded, inhuman nests that breed criminals instead of penitent inmates. They convert human beings
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Fola Ojo Today in Nigeria, nothing else is in our politicians’ fervid focus but the 2019 presidential election. We are now witnessing a roiling jostle for the control of Aso Rock
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Anna Okon First Bank of Nigeria Plc has introduced some innovative banking solutions to customers and exhibitors at the ongoing Kaduna International Trade Fair. The bank in a statement on Thursday dis
Bedford N. Umez On January 11, 2018, The Washington Post reported that during the White House meeting on Immigration Reform, President Donald Trump referred to African nations as “shithole countries
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