I’m dying

I’m dying, Ondo State govt please help me

A retiree of the Ondo State-owned Owena Press, publisher of The Hope Newspaper, Mr. Remi Aye, has sent a desperate ...
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Jubilation as Abiodun constructs intercommunity road in Ogun

It was jubilation for residents of Fajol Junction-Ajegunle-Osara-Gbonangun Area in Abeokuta metropolis, when the Ogun State governor, Dapo Abiodun, visited ...
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Niger Delta: Inside world of crude oil theft, artisanal refiners

EBIOWEI LAWAL reports how the amalgam of oil spills, bunkering, and artisanal crude oil refining has contributed to both the ...
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I want to be remembered for a good name, not wealth —Sir Kesington Adebutu

The Asojuoba of Lagos, the Balogun of Remo and the Odole Oodua of Yorubaland, Sir Kesington Adebukunola Adebutu, clocks 85 ...
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States that misuse money for primary health care ’ll face sanctions —DG, NPHCDA

Dr Faisal Shuaib is the Executive Director / CEO of the National Primary Health Care Development Agency (NPHCDA). In this ...
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How we handle cases of rape, forced marriage, child labour —Mohammed Augie, Kebbi Hisbah chairman

The Director of Sharia (Hisbah) Committee in Kebbi State, Alhaji Abubakar Mohammed Augie, in this interview by AYODELE AJOGE, speaks ...
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Nigerian system identifies with you only after you’ve succeeded —Cynthia Mene, social innovator and founder of IAGI initiative

Cynthia Mene is an entrepreneur, a social innovator, a Mandela Washington fellow, and the founder of Inspire Africa for Global ...
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I sat for UTME, GCE with my children’s age mates —Princess Okimein, Ekiti Commissioner

Ekiti State Commissioner for environment, Princess Iyabo Okeimein, in this interview by FEMI OGUNTAYO, talks about her appointment as commissioner ...
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I teach young girls to discard society’s scripts and follow their individual purpose —Roseline Adewuyi, social educator and gender advocate

Adebimpe Adewuyi, social educator, gender advocate and blogger, has a BA (First Class honours) in French from Obafemi Awolowo University ...
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Eulogy precedes elegy for outlier poet

Though elegies are trailing the passing of master wordsmith and academic, Emeritus Professor J.P. Clark, he had been honoured in ...
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Why I wrote My Father’s Daughter —Onyeka Onwenu

Music legend, Onyeka Onwenu, has said that her memoir, ‘My Father’s Daughter’, is aimed at providing inspiration and encouragement for ...
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Amaka Igwe

‘We’re honouring Amaka Igwe with Rattlesnake remake’

Film producer, Charles Okpaleke, shared insights into why his company is remaking the Nollywood classic and honouring its original director, ...
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Accolade Jewellers won’t rest on its oars -Kolade Taiwo

CEO of Accolade Jewellers, Kolade Adebajo Taiwo, a professional jeweller, has said the company was not going to rest on ...
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A delve into the life of Osile Oke Ona Egba, Oba Adedapo Adewale Tejuoso

A review of Oba (Dr) Adedapo Adewale Tejuoso’s My 30 Years of Stewardship on the Throne of My Fore-Fathers (Volumes ...
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Tips for creating timeless interior design

The desire to know the future and to anticipate trends often goes hand in hand with the fear of being ...
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Mental Health Day: Nigeria’s burden of rising mental illness

Saturday, October 10 was World’s Mental Health Day. According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), no fewer than one billion ...
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Hunger Looms •As delayed rains deal hammer blow on farmers

IMOLEAYO OYEDEYI and DEOLA OTEMADE report that the poor rainfall recorded in the first half of the rainy season and ...
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COVID-19: Not yet Uhuru •Will Nigerians’ indifference spark its second wave?

The spate of the deadly coronavirus pandemic surged from over three million cases in April to over twenty-six million cases ...
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#ENDSARS: How the Church, clerics joined the movement against brutality and injustice

The rage of youths in the country in the last two weeks over the clamour for discontinue of brutality of ...
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Nigerian youths came out late, but… —Bishop Oladotun

Right Reverend Olugbenga Oduntan is the Bishop of Ajayi Crowther Diocese Church of Nigeria Anglican Communion. In this interview by ...
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Why govt is deaf to Nigerians’ cry for restructuring —Badejo

It is his 35 years as a priest and he is still very active in service. Currently the Catholic Bishop of ...
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Abuja Muslim group to give WASSCE scholarships, others

The Standard Bearers Islamic Organisation, Abuja, has finalised arrangements for the grand finale of its 2020 Career Mentorship Programme (CMP) ...
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Maulidu’n Nabiyy

Maulidu’n Nabiyy: The Prophet’s birth, his virtues and values

MAULIDU’N-NABIYY is the anniversary of Prophet Muhammad’s (SAW) birthday. The Prophet (SAW) was the son of Abdullah Ibn Abdu’l-Muttalib and ...
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Rabi’ al-Awwal

Rabi’ al-Awwal: In celebration of humanity’s greatest benefactor

WE are reminded in the Qur’an: “You have indeed in the Messenger of Allah an excellent example, for any one ...
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