Goodluck Jonathan’s report card for Nigeria? Must try harder

By Remi Adekoya, Guardian.co.uk After three years as president, the economy is booming but Jonathan’s record on helping his people is poor Nigerians had no rational reason to believe their lives would improve after Goodluck Jonathan became president three years ago this week. The list of promises their rulers have broken is so long it […]

Press Release: Nigeria Police Force Redeploys Eleven (11) Commissioners Of Police

By Frank Mba The Inspector-General of Police, IGP MD Abubakar, CFR, NPM, mni, has ordered the redeployment of eleven (11) Commissioners of Police (CPs) to Commands and Formations. The IGP’s order followed the recent elevation of some senior officers to the rank of Commissioners of Police and the retirement of some Commissioners of Police in […]

Opinion: Revisiting the LGBT Debate

By Philip Amiola The volume of responses generated by my last article entitled, “Gays and Lesbians, We Will Not Keep Quiet!” has put me under responsibility to write a sequel to address genuine concerns raised by some of my readers. First of all, I want to state that my position on lesbian, gay, bisexual, and […]

JAMB 2013 Cut Off Marks For Nigerian Universities

University of Port Harcourt, UNIPORT: 200 and above for Dentistry, Pharmacy, Engineering (except Civil & Environmental Engineering), Management Sciences, Medicine, Nursing and Social Sciences. 180 and above for others are invited to a Screening Exercise First Choice and Second Choice. Nnamdi Azikiwe University, NAU/UNIZIK: 180 Arts (except Departments of English & History ) and Education […]

Onyekakeyah: Anambra 2014: If I were Ifeanyi Ubah

By Luke Onyekakeyah AS the days draw nearer and the clock ticks for the scheduled gubernatorial election in Anambra State in early 2014, there is mounting apprehension over how to conduct a free and fair election and who will succeed Governor Peter Obi. Anambra is not like any other state in the country when it […]

Yoruba may determine who wins 2015 presidency

BY AZUKA ONWUKA (AZUKA.BRAND@AUGUSTCONSULTING.BIZ) The voting pattern of the Yoruba people of South-West geopolitical zone in the 2015 presidential election may determine who wins and who loses. In 2011, even though the zone voted the Action Congress of Nigeria in all the elections, they voted more for the Peoples Democratic Party’s candidate in the presidential […]

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