First Lady Calls For More Investment In Out-Of-School Girls

Nigeria’s first lady, Mrs. Aisha Buhari, has stressed the need for more investment in out-of-school teenage girls, noting that a substantial number of these girls have either not completed their education or have never attended school, which according to her, could portend unpleasant consequences for humanity. She made the call, while speaking during a side Read More …

NGO, US Embassy Trains Journalists How To Write, Report Disabilities

A Nigeria-based NGO, “Knowledge for The Blind Initiative,” in conjunction with Embassy of United States of America, Abuja, Nigeria, has trained Nigerian journalists on how to write and report disabilities. During the Northwest zone’s training workshop at Kaduna Catholic Media Social Center, participants were advised to write and report the story of individuals with disabilities Read More …

Tertiary Institutions In Plateau State Suffer From Imposition Of Government Policies

The Joint Union of Plateau State Owned Tertiary Institutions has said that tertiary institutions in the state are suffering from what it terms as ‘imposition’ of certain government policies that did not take into consideration the peculiarities of such institutions. Disclosing this in a statement, signed and issues to journalists in Jos on Monday, by Comr. Paul Dakogol, Read More …

Army’s “Harbin Kunama II” Operations Recovers Large Cache Of Weapons In Southern Kaduna

Troops of 1 Division, Nigerian Army, have on Saturday recovered large cache of arms and ammunition in southern part of Kaduna State. The discovery was made when troops embarked on “cordon and search” of Gwaska, Dangoma, Angwan Far and Bakin Kogi general area of the locality. The Army had recently launched an operation in the Read More …

Corruption: Shehu Sani Calls For Mass Protest 

A member of the Upper Chamber of National Assembly, Senator Shehu Sani, has called on Nigerians to be ready to embark on mass protests against corrupt leaders, saying, doing so remains the only avenue to signal public office holders that the era of seeking for political power to embezzle public funds is over. The civil Read More …

Three Broad Regions Of Middle-Belt

When we say “Middle-Belt,” we are not limited or intimidated by the arbitrary contraption that goes for states or zones today. We believe that Nigeria is made up of three broad geographical regions, and these are, the South, the Central part of Nigeria known as the Middle-Belt and the North. If we are not northerners Read More …

Hardship: NAPTIP rescues 69 victims of human trafficking in Kano, Katsina

The National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons and Other Related Matters (NAPTIP), Kano Zone, says it had rescued no fewer than 69 victims of human trafficking between January and now, amidst deepening hard economic recession. The NAPTIP Zonal Commander in Kano, Mr Shehu Umar, disclosed this in an interview in Kano on Read More …

Kaduna detained journalist regains freedom

Kaduna detained journalist, Mr Midat Joseph, of leadership newspapers has regained his freedom. He said nothing incriminating was eventually found against him as speculated, other than a comment (he made) in social media “that does not hold any waters of criminal tendency.” Mr Joseph was set free evening of Friday, after two solid days in Read More …