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A mass of hot air moving north from Africa is driving up temperatures in Western Europe, with France on Tuesday becoming the latest to endure unusual heat. France’s southwestern Gironde region sweltered in 42 degrees Celsius (107 Fahrenheit), a day after Cordoba in southern Spain recorded nearly 44 C (111...

Chairman Copyright Society of Nigeria (COSON), Chief Tony Okoroji, has said that the time has arrived to burn the midnight oil to ensure that the upcoming...

By Chibuike Chukwu  - Lagos   How often is a living figure seen through any work of art? That is exactly the case of former Rivers Sate Governor, Rotimi Chibuike Amaech, who has been projected as the true model of an ideal politician in a book titled: ‘Rotimi Amaech and the 7 O’clock News’. The 36-page book presented to the governor on his birthday on May...

By Maryam Bobi Many things will make 2015 Association of Nigerian Authors (ANA) presidency interesting: it is a contest of friends; it is a contest of...

By Yemi Adebisi , Lagos When two long lost friends who had fought side by side during the civil war suddenly reunite, a police interrogation room is surely...

By Nkasiobi Oluikpe  /  Correspondent, Lagos   Honourable Ahmed Ipoola Omisore isn’t new to politics, having been born into the prominent Omisore...

Minister of Petroleum Resources, Mrs. Diezani Alison-Madueke, in this chat with journalists in Abuja spoke on the renewed moves by the Federal Government...

King Wasiu Ayinde Marshall, K1 for short, in this interview with REPORTER, Lukmon Akintola, dwelled on his current relationship with his ex-manager, Percy...

By Lukmon Akintola /  Reporter, Lagos The beautiful and serene state of Bayelsa has continued to live up to its tag of the new home of tourism. •The...

Ratidzai Ndhlovu is the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Resident Representative in Nigeria. In this interview with select journalists, including...