SAPELE: THE REGRESSION OF A LITTLE SUBURB TOWN by Lewis Ebode

My experience in Sapele two weeks ago will never be forgotten, and it prompted this write-up. At about 10pm on 31st March 2019, I drove into a frightful cult clash on my way home from hangout with my friends. Young boys, presumably teenagers or in their early twenties, numbering over fifty (50) occupied the road […]

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THE TRADITIONAL KILLING OF COW IN THE NAME OF A DECEASED by Edmund MEZUE

Every tradition of a people has its origin in the ancient indigenous religion and believe of the people. The tradition of killing cow in the name of a deceased at his funeral is practiced in most communities of the Igbo tribe. It could also be same in some communities in other tribes. In this tradition […]

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Our Leaders Have Gone Mad Again: Nigeria’s N35billion Tower of Babel By Lasisi Olagunju

The Federal Government announced last week Wednesday that it had approved N1.4billion to design the head office of the Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR). Someone heard the bombshell and shouted Halleluyah! The person said Nigeria is now designing its own Tower of Babel! I agree. Only a Tower of Babel – so tall its top […]

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NLNG May Pay N1b for Gross Violation of Nigerian Content Policy, Malicious Contract Termination

A Niger Delta based company, Macobarb International Ltd is set to drag the Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas Ltd.(NLNG) to Court for one billion naira damages due a gross violation of Nigerian Local Content policy, malicious contract termination and fraud Addressing a press conference, Mr. Ogboru Shedrack, the company’s Managing Director accused NLNG of maliciously strangulating […]

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CLIMATE CHANGE IN AFRICA: World Bank to Double Commitment in 5yrs to $22.5b

World Bank Group’s interim president, Kristalina Georgieva has said it would more than double its commitment to climate adaptation and mitigation in Africa over the next five years to $22.5 billion. He said in an emailed statement to Bloomberg that “This region is particularly vulnerable to increasing floods, droughts and destructive storms. We have to […]

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Why Eating Banana And Groundnut/Peanut Together Is A Wrong Food Combination

      Those Who Hate My Post Because I Ask People To Avoid Meat, Milk And Eggs, Should Keep Prejudice Aside And Read These Valuable Posts. In November 2017 I Was In Jos Plateau State Giving Health Lectures During A Health Seminar. The Major Topic Was Wrong Food Combination And Damage It Has Caused […]

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Trans-Warri/Ode-Itsekiri Road: Okowa Reveals How N8.8b Debt by Uduaghan Delay Project

Governor Arthur Ifeanyi Okowa has  said Deltans should blame the immediate past administration led by Dr. Emmanuel Ewetan Uduaghan for its failure to complete the Trans-Warri/Ode-Itsekiri road in Warri South Local Government Area. Governor Okowa made the assertion at the People’s Democratic Party,PDP’s Campaign held at the Warri Township Stadium today(9/1/2019) The Governor said,”You don’t […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Monday, December 31, 2018

BUSINESSDAY Major innovations by Nigerian start-ups in 2018 How incessant strikes fuel graduate unemployment crisis ‘ experts Nigeria’s 2018 economic performance in 6 Charts How to diversify Nigerian economy, by Osunkeye, Otudeko Local sourcing falls to 57% as manufacturers look outwards for inputs Congestion, bad roads, high cost remains major challenges to port business in […]

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Dangote, Mike Adenuga Top 15 Richest Africans – Here are Their Net Worth

There are a lot of really interesting things about the remarkable continent of Africa. From the natural beauty and resources to the different cultures and all they have to offer, Africa is truly amazing. What people might not have realized about Africa is that it also has its share of billionaires and millionaires. These charismatic, […]

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