Ahmed Ipoola Omisore

I regret not being a lawyer – Omisore

By Nkasiobi Oluikpe  /  Correspondent, Lagos   Honourable Ahmed Ipoola Omisore isn’t new to politics, having been born into the prominent Omisore family of Ile-Ife. His father was a member of the Action Group (AG) while his great uncle was a founding member of Egbe Omo Oduduwa, which metamorphosed to the AG and later Unity […]

Alison Madueke

We are re-injecting fresh urgency to clean-up of Ogoniland –Petroleum Minister

Minister of Petroleum Resources, Mrs. Diezani Alison-Madueke, in this chat with journalists in Abuja spoke on the renewed moves by the Federal Government to rev up environmental restoration in Ogoniland; our SENIOR REPORTER, Obas Esiedesa, was there The issue of environmental degradation in Ogoniland has been a protracted one. Their crusade for social justice appears […]

Ratidzai Ndhlovu

Parents cannot shy away from imparting sex education on children –UNFPA Reps

Ratidzai Ndhlovu is the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Resident Representative in Nigeria. In this interview with select journalists, including our Correspondent, Hassan Zaggi, she speaks on the effort of the UNFPA to reduce maternal and infant mortality in the country and the many programmes the UNFPA is executing in Nigeria Nigeria is among the few countries with […]

For Colored Girls

Three years after, For Coloured Girls… return to Nigerian stage

By Adedayo Odulaja / Reporter, Lagos Entertainment outfit, Flytime Promotions and Wole Oguntokun, award-winning Nigerian playwright and stage director, have teamed up once again. Their mission is to present the stage play that has become a sensation across the world, For Coloured Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When The Rainbow is Enuf. The play, a winner of […]