DCP ABBA KYARI: IGP Should Review All Cases Handled By KYARI And His MEN, Free the Innocent as a First Step in Restoring Public Confidence

The Nigeria Police Force, established in 1930 and Africa’s largest police department has proved difficult to effectively manage and control, and has become largely unaccountable to the citizens it is

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By Mazi Uche Ohia, Ph.D. The sun set at dawn on Thursday, February 16, 2017 for the Arondizuogu born traditional music prodigy, Damian Azubuike Nwankwo Okoye also known as “Ichie


POEM: Madness By Nwosu Prayerlife, A Painful Reality of Today

One would be certainly surprised at the rocket speed how things change in the negative these days where it ought to have been the better part of living; being in


CP Frank Mba Hands Over To Deputy As He Proceeds On Course A NIPSS

The Force Public Relations Officer, CP Frank Mba, has handed over the duties and responsibilities of the Force Public Relations Department to his Deputy, CSP Olumuyiwa Adejobi, mnipr, mipra, who


Aliou Cissé: Senegal coach’s path to Africa Cup of Nations glory

Aliou Cissé pointedly looked around Bamako’s Stade du 26 Mars, then began a long run-up and blasted his penalty kick on to the shins of Boukar Alioum to hand Cameroon


ICJ orders Uganda to pay $325m for DR Congo occupation

Uganda has been ordered to pay £325m (£240m) to the Democratic Republic of Congo for its role in the conflict there. The International Court for Justice ruled Uganda had violated


Bill Gates Unveils New Book on COVID, Shares Tips on Winning the Fight

American business magnate, and philanthropist, Bill Gates has disclosed lessons he learned from COVID in the past two years, the innovations and new tools the world needs to save lives


Reps Want Educational Qualification for Elective Offices Raised to First Degree

The House of Representatives has begun the process of amending the 1999 Constitution to raise the minimum educational qualification to contest for elective offices in the country to a university


“Inhuman” by Nwosu Prayerlife, a Expository Poem To Fair Hearing

In view of civilization, goodwill and love for all, fast rising poet, Prayerlife Nwosu writes to the general public on the need to eshew all manner of hatred, violence as


Catholic Archdiocese of Lagos Sanctions Rev. Anelu Over Inciting Comments on Igbos, Igbo songs

The Archbishop of Catholic Archdiocese of Lagos, His Grace, Most Rev Alfred Adewale Marins has sanctioned the priest in charge of Holy Trinity Catholic Church, Ewu-awa, Ikorodu, Rev Fr. James


Priest Angrily Bans Igbo Songs In Church

According to reports, the Parish Priest of Holy Trinity Catholic Church, Ewu-Owa Gberigbe in Ikorodu, Rev. Fr. James Anelu has banned Igbo songs and choruses in his Church. It was


Two killed as Imo car robbers open fire on owner

Chidiebube Okeoma, Owerri Gunmen suspected to be car snatchers, on Saturday, killed two persons while trying to snatch a vehicle at the Anara Market in the Isiala Mbano Local Government