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By Mr Edikan Ekong   It is now an incontrovertible fact that the Nigerian Stock Market has wholesomely recovered from the 2008 meltdown.  Given the propensity of financial markets worldwide to suffer considerable shocks once in a while, it becomes imperative for us to analyse the various efforts that...

By Michael Jegede   With what a completed Ajaokuta Steel Company (ASCO) holds for the growth of Nigeria’s economy, it is sad and disheartening to see that successive governments in the country have absolutely failed to do the needful to ensure the steel firm comes fully on board after about forty years of awarding the contract. Most pathetic is to hear that the...

Businesses and Organization are shutting down due to the prevailing fuel scarcity in the country. The economy of Nigeria is almost shut down due to the inability of organizations to provide electricity in the running of the day to day activities of their organization. It is sad that an economy with abundant oil is in a dilemma in the provision of basic petroleum products...

Prof. Zanzan Akaka Uji, a Professor of Architecture at the University of Jos insists that the evils of greed, corruption, indiscipline and lawlessness...

BY Sandra Eguagie Menstruation is a natural, biological and beneficial process in the life of adolescent girls and women of reproductive age. Globally, approximately 52% of the female population (26% of the total population) is of reproductive age. Most of these women and girls will menstruate each month for between two and seven days, and approximately 450-500 times in...

By Mike Nwachukwu    With the Abia State elections won and lost, will the falshood on the state end, asks Mike Nwachukwu. As Nigerians rejoice over yet another smooth transition from one civilian administration to another on Friday May 29, 2015, the celebration will be unique in Abia State. In Abia State, the indigenes will also mark the end of a media war by some...

By Joe Onwukeme   It is clear that today, May 29th, 2015, a new government is being sworn in. It is an inevitable and well deserved change. Everyone is already going Havard and Cambridge on the kind of magic Gen. Muhammadu Buhari (GMB) would perform to rescue our hemorrhaging economy. That was why when the new government said they can’t perform magic, they need...

It is quite interesting that tobacco use has found a good place for expression by various groups in Nigeria in recent times. For many years in the past, it was only religions organisations that preached against tobacco use in all its ramifications. At that point in time, one of the most leading production establishment in this country was the Nigerian Tobacco Company....

By Donald Ofoegbu   It is hard to believe when not directly affected, that globally a woman dies from complications in childbirth every minute – about 529,000 each year. To Barrister Victor Laima such ordeal has been made a fact as he witnessed the death of 3 pregnant women within an hour in a medical centre in Gombe State. Such deaths are more peculiarly in developing...

By Kola Odepeju   “Let tomorrow come quickly, Let tomorrow come quickly, So we can crown the new king”.   – African royal song   Tomorrow Friday 29th of May, 2015 is a day many Nigerians have been waiting for – with eagerness – as our president-elect, Retd. Gen. Muhammadu Buhari will take over the mantle of leadership of this country from...