BIOGRAPHY OF DR ISAH ALI PANTAMI HON MINISTER OF COMMUNICATION FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA. Dr Isa Ali Ibrahim (Pantami) was born on 20 October 1972 in Gombe State, Nigeria. His mother was Hajiya Amina Umar Aliyu and his father was Alhaji Ali Ibrahim Pantami. He started his education by attending traditional School for […]

Press Release 25 June 2021 News reaches the Nigerian Indigenous Nationalities Alliance, (NINAS) that the Nigerian government has taken on further loans. Again we remind the International Community that Nigeria is a disputed project. This was articulated in our Press Conference of 16 December 2020, when we declared a Constitutional Force Majeure. Subsequent activities as […]

  Ama Ata Aidoo is a Ghanaian author, poet, playwright and academic. She was the Minister of Education under the Jerry Rawlings administration. In 2000, she established the Mbaasem Foundation to promote and support the work of African women writers.    

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  The Minister of Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola on Thursday said Nigerians are disappointed in the present administration because they are looking for results in the wrong place. Fashola who disclosed this in an interview on Channels Television said Nigerians should note that governance is not magic and the results they promptly need can […]

The Presidency has continued to defend the recent hike in petrol prices, as spokesman Garba Shehu on Friday questioned how many Nigerians benefit from low fuel charges. The Buhari administration earlier this year put in motion plans to cut out fuel subsidy and deregulate the petroleum downstream sector. Since then, prices of petrol have fallen, […]

  THE recent reminder by former President Olusegun Obasanjo that 14 million Nigerian children are deprived of educational opportunities is an indictment of the country’s political leadership. Put in context, this figure is more than the population of Guinea (13 million); Rwanda (12.9 million) and Tunisia (11.8 million). Reversing this trend should be a top […]

  Editorial on Nigeria (62 years ago) The Time Magazine 10th November 1958 INDEPENDENCE WITHOUT DIFFICULTIES IS A DREAM OF UTOPIA. For one month, delighted Londoners watched the 80 ceremonially dressed Nigerians—some with necklaces of animal teeth, others with feathered straw hats, at least one with a jeweled crown—parade into Lancaster House for their historic […]

  Former Governor of Cross River State, Donald Duke, has kicked against the idea of engaging the Chinese people in the infrastructural development of Nigeria. Duke stated this on Saturday at a 60th Independence Day Celebration Symposium co-organised by the Redeemed Christian Church of God and the Nehemiah Leadership Institute. The Federal Government is currently […]

In those days as undergraduates, we hardly had a protest in which we didn’t call for the resignation or sack of the Vice Chancellor or even the President of the country. It was the easiest demand we made those days. Of course, the VC never got sacked nor resigned. Sometimes we got our core demand; […]

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