Kano Government shuts border over coronavirus

Kano State Government has ordered the shutdown of all routes connecting the state from other parts of the country in a bid to curb COVID-19’s spread. The closure is to take effect on Friday. According to the government, the decision is difficult but important, particularly when any successful case is yet to be reported in the […]

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Sick Without Slumbering, Life of an Ailing Student in UDUS

By Abdullah Tijani The university management has just reiterated its commitment to implement its 75 per cent attendance policy. This impliedly means that a student who fails to meet up with this requirement will be disillusioned on the exam day. This story portrays the experience of a sick student as he struggles to meet up […]

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Nigerian Government wants to send Boko Haram terrorists to foreign school, is it making sense?

BY YUSUF BALOGUN The Bill recently proposed by the National Assembly, stating that the government will start sponsoring repentant terrorists for free foreign education will no way deter terrorism in Nigeria neither will it prevent people from engaging themselves in such practice but rather encourages more classes of persons therein. The bill titled, “A Bill for […]

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UDUS SU President is making fake “Aluta” promises and it’s affecting students

What will happen when the management reject our proposal?” A fairly yellowish man with beard sitting beside me asked. “If they do that, then Aluta will work in full force,” Barade replied. Everybody in the room were calmed, and I could read the expression from their face: “change is coming.” I was also calmed, not because I thought change is coming, but I thought the time has finally come when the wind will blow and expose the chicken’s rump. “Winter is coming,” I said to myself.

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SERAP to sue Nigerian Lawmakers for planning to buy 400 exotic cars

A human rights group, Socio-economic Right and Accountability Project (SERAP) has exposed the plans of House of Representatives to buy exotic cars for themselves. The human rights group exposed this via its Twitter page @SRRAPNigeria on Thursday. The tweet which expressed the lawmakers’ plan to buy 400 exotic cars said the the estimated price is […]

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Taraba: Gatekeeper murdered in an attempted College Provost kidnap

A Gatekeeper who manned a College Provost’s house has been killed on Thursday at Green Beach area of Jalingo, Taraba state. Report reveals that the gatekeeper was killed when some armed men bagged into the the house of Mr Mike Jen, the Provost College of Education, Zing (COEZING) in an attempt to kidnap him. When […]

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INEC unregister 74 political parties

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has unregistered seventy-four political parties in Nigeria. After the deregistration process, only eighteen political parties are able to remain in the INEC registration list. The Chairman of INEC, Professor Mahmood Yakubu disclosed this to the journalists in Abuja. The commission resulted to this after it had carried out a […]

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