September 14, 2021

Category: Feature

Babandede was an innovative reformer -gov badaru Governor Badaru
Feature, Opinion

Babandede was an innovative reformer -gov badaru

By Saidu Muhammad Governor Mohammed Badaru Abubakar of Jigawa state has applauded the exceptional qualities of the retired Comptroller- general of the Nigeria Immigration Service, Muhammad Babandede.  The Governor describes him as an innovative reformer who had contributed to a more efficient service, notably the digitalization of passport operations and introduction of a paperless administration. […]

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Baba Ganduje: Methodical leader and political Messiah Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje
Feature, Focus

Baba Ganduje: Methodical leader and political Messiah

By Usman Usman Garba “Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man’s character, give him power.” Abraham Lincoln. There is no doubt that Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje of Kano State has become unique, champion, incomparable and methodical leader in the midst of all politicians in the state and beyond. […]

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NGO sensitises youth on extremism dangers
Feature, Issues

NGO sensitises youth on extremism dangers

From Muawuya Bala Idris, Katsina A Non Government Organization (NGO) Community Initiative to Promote Peace has commenced training of youth and parents from Northwest and North Central in preventing violent extremism in communities. The NGO described extremism as major step that encourage banditry and other violent activities by the youths. According to the NGO, participants […]

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Governor Badaru’s silent revolution in Jigawa’s heath sector Governor Badaru
Feature

Governor Badaru’s silent revolution in Jigawa’s heath sector

By Umoru Ibrahim If what members of Nigerian Guild of Editors heard and eventually saw in Jigawa’s health sector during their recent visit to the state is a true reflection of reality as it is, there is no doubt that Governor Badaru is out for total transformation of the sector. Earlier on, the governor through […]

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Jigawa @ 30: Governor Badaru’s calculative transformation Governor Muhammad Badaru
Focus, Feature, Opinion

Jigawa @ 30: Governor Badaru’s calculative transformation

By Ahmad Muhammad Danyaro Leaders require some attributes to be able to attain unrivalled positions such as courage, intelligence, foresight, maturity and compassion among others. Well-positioned and revered leaders normally possess such attributes and therefore, the ability to carry not only their lieutenants but the entire followership. In political context, the ability of a political […]

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Massive extortion on Nigerian Highways: A travelogue Nigerian Highway
Feature

Massive extortion on Nigerian Highways: A travelogue

By Tordue Simon Targema Although extortion by security agents mounting roadblocks on Nigerian highways is not a new phenomenon, the trend has assumed an alarmingly worrisome dimension recently. A foreigner plying the nation’s roads in a commercial vehicle would think its security agents are double-tasked to be collecting taxes as well from drivers! Perhaps, the […]

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2030: Nigeria’ll have shortage of doctors, nurses –Health experts 2030: Nigeria’ll have shortage of doctors, nurses
Feature, Health

2030: Nigeria’ll have shortage of doctors, nurses –Health experts

From Atiku Sarki, Abuja Health Care experts under the platform of Project Pink Blue have projected that by 2030, the country will have shortage of 50, 120 doctors and 137, 859 nurses. They also noted that the country, with a population of 201 million, has less than 90 clinical oncologists with over 100, 000 cancer […]

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Is Biafra long overdue? Is Biafra long overdue?
Feature, Issues, Opinion

Is Biafra long overdue?

By Badaru Basiru The agitation for the creation of an independent, sovereign Republic of Biafra is as old as today’s foremost Biafran apologist, Nnamdi Kanu, and much older than his young comrades. Kanu cheaply took up a struggle that was started by the former Governor of the defunct Eastern Region, Emeka Odumegu-Ojukwu, later Head of […]

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