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Since the Agulu People’s Union-APU- held its election in December of 2020, there has been series of controversies associated with the election, which forced a notable Senior Advocate of Nigeria from Agulu, to join the suit in court. However, it appears there is no progress with the court action just yet, against the appointment of the caretaker committee, as all issues raised in the court arising from the election have not been resolved. The fact...

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Reinvigorating Nigeria-America relations under President Joe Biden A News Analysis by Lizzy Okoji, News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) As Joe Biden becomes 46th President of the United States of America, it comes with hope for many Nigerians that the long-standing diplomatic relations between Nigeria and the U.S would be reinvigorated. This is even more so as one of the campaign promises of President Biden tagged “Biden-Harris Agenda for the African Diaspora” seeks to do away...

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ENUGU –– The Enugu State Government and stakeholders in the education sector had on the 4th day of this year resolved that schools in the state resume on Monday 18th of January, 2021. This decision was welcomed by parents and their wards with mixed feelings; although tired of their wards staying at home indefinitely due to uncertainties trailing the covid 19 spread, the news that the covid 19-second wave is deadlier than the first wave...

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The challenges of stimulating humanity in the 21st Century is particularly daunting. As confounding as this may appear, there is a need to consistently recognize individuals who look inward and do this novel act called humanity. One of such humans-of-humanity is Professor Kingsley Chiedu Moghalu. A former Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria and a presidential candidate in the 2019 elections. He was recently conferred with a chieftaincy title in his hometown, Nnewi....

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Deeper Life School Masked Up Doctor to Conduct Test on My Son, Mother of Molested Pupil Alleges   Deborah Okezie, a mother who alleged that her son was sexually molested by fellow students in Deeper life High School, Akwa Ibom says the school management sneaked in a doctor to the hospital where her son, Don Davis was admitted to conducting tests on him. Pointing out that the school has been keen on covering up the...

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Malam Dauda Birma, a former minister of education, a technocrat, and a thoroughbred politician needs no introduction in Nigeria’s political and bureaucratic spaces. In this first part of the interview with newsmen in Yola, the elder-stateman bares his mind about some nagging issues afflicting the north and the way forward. Our Regional Correspondent, Ibrahim Abdul’Aziz,   Reports. _________ Reporter: The north known for its peaceful enterprise is currently at a tipping point as differences in...

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By Abba Dukawa, Contributing Reporter _____ Nigeria has not sufficiently improved its capacity toward attaining self food reliance, almost two years since  Buhari’s  administration ordered the closure of  Nigeria’s land borders. The policy of shutting it border is to achieved food security, curtail the importation of drugs and proliferation of small arms which threaten the country security. Unfortunately, the shutting of land borders has failed to stop the flow of arms into the country. Insurgents,...

Behind the suburban Amadi-Ama community in southern Port Harcourt is a vital inland water body. This is Amadi creek, an estuary which lies on the north of the Bonny River, upstream from the Bight of Benin. Aside the destructive oil spills, the waterway is also struggling with the swirly toxicity of plastic junks, exposing the fauna to more harm. Indeed, the negligence of Nigerians and the disinclination of the government to control single use of...

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For the second time since 2016, Nigeria has gone into an economic recession. This time, the worst the country has seen in three decades. The situation as bad as it is, is further exacerbated by rising inflation and as this year’s Christmas is only days away, costs of food items, household needs and other daily consumables are already far above the purchasing power of many Nigerians. WAP’s staff writer Ebuka Onyekwelu explores the influence of...

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Special Report by Ebuka Onyekwelu In the past few days, Oyigbo in Rivers State has been in the news on a daily, for among others things, military occupation and summary execution of residents by members of the Nigerian Army. In so many places, what is happening in Oyigbo has been given ethnic colouration as Igbo people are said to have been the target of the massacre. Basically, the information circulating about the Oyigbo situation is...

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