SALIFU USMAN captures the ghastly circumstance that turned Mr Idiege James, an employee of Reiz Continental Hotel, Abuja, from being a productive able-bodied young man to that of an abandoned invalid. Life may never remain the same again for Idiege James, following the tragic incident that resulted in him losing...
With its recent accreditation to award National Innovation Diploma (NID) in different fields of information and communication technology, ICT; Digital Bridge Institute (DBI), blazes a trail in ICT education in the country in the direction of Nigerian youths defeating the scourge of unemployment by becoming certified ICT professionals. SOLOMON...
It was a day of joy for the rural community of Rije in Kuje area council of the FCT, when Ajima Farms launched the biogas digester off-grid energy project, which provided the people whose community has never seen electricity with 20kws of biogas of electrification. Ruth Tene Natsa writes. Rije...
By Nkechi Isaac, Abuja Deforestation is the largest source of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in Nigeria: it is responsible for 40 percent of national CO2 emissions (SNC, 2014). According to the second national communication to the UNFCCC, baseline scenario emissions from deforestation will increase from 9.5 MtCO2e/year in 1990 to 26.5...
  In this report, MSUE AZA, takes a look at feelings and mode of Zaria residents who suffered water scarcity for over 40 years until recently relief comes their way. Many residents with tears of joy on their faces narrated how they were coping with the pathetic situation for decades....
BY RUTH CHOJI .....Hon Okev Jev represents Buruku federal constituency of Benue State. In this interview with I, the chairman, house committee on rules and business, speaks on trending national issues Some Northern youths have given the Igbos based in the north three months to vacate the zone. What is your...
BY MUYIWA OYINLOLA AND AHURAKA ISAH .......Senate President, Dr. Bukola Saraki, in this interview speaks on how the legislative arm of government has impacted on Nigerians since he assumed its leadership two makes. He also gives a mid-term report of the President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration since 2015. president, how has the...
In some non-Western cultures, bed-sharing is common and the number of infant deaths related to it is lower than in the West. Differences in mattresses, bedding, and other cultural practices may account for the lower risk in these countries. Despite the possible pros, various medical groups have warned parents not...
  BY ANAYO ONUKWUGHA ......locally distilled gin, better known as ogogoro has reclaimed its position as the choice drink of the masses in Port Harcourt, one year after its sale and consumption was banned in the state by NAFDAC following the untimely death of about 70 persons in the state, traced...
BY SUNDAY ISUWA ........It was not just a meeting for prayers, but a fun fare gathering of clerics, politicians and group associations to celebrate Jerusalem at 50 and the State of Israel at 69. Delegates were drawn from seven states that made up the North-west chapter of Christian United For Israel...