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By Moses Richoffor Food fortification has made much progress since the food processing industry revolutionised, but it has also caused adverse effect on the health of consumers. Primarily, food-processing industries use canning as a method during food processing and preservation. However, using primary processing...

By Sheyi Money   Between the summer and autumn of 1940 when Britain stood in grave danger of being overwhelmed by the all-conquering German air machine,  the small Royal Air Force (RAF) of Britain braved the odds to defend the Island in World War II’s first major campaign fought entirely by air forces. Known as the Battle of Britain, it was also the largest and...

By Oludayo Tade   The reversal of the unpopular policy of reassigning candidates by the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) by the Federal government is commendable. While announcing the reversal, the Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Education, MacJohn Nwaobiala claimed the policy had been discussed with ‘parents and other stakeholders’ before...

By Chuka Patrick Ibeziak   Just the other day, I read a very intriguing piece riddled with pseudo-poetics and brilliantly written by no less an authority...

By Temitayo Taylor   The introduction of free qualitative and affordable education policy by Senator Ibikunle Amosun led administration in Ogun State...

By Joe Onwukeme   The arrival of the new Sheriff in town is sending shivers down the spines of the conglomeration of thieves who sucked the nation’s...

By Chiedu Uche Okoye   The only permanent thing in life is change. Here on earth, everything is in a state of flux. Nothing lasts forever. Nigerians, who are long-suffering, want their country, Nigeria, to change for the better. They are desirous of change having suffered economic deprivation occasioned by political mal-administration and military dictatorships in...

By Ayinde Alaba   Is it not weird and disturbing that rather than put the interest of the nation uppermost by applying the immense potential of the Nigerian Senate to the hilt, we are at each other’s throat on the inconsequential matter of why Dr. Bukola Saraki should not be Senate President and why Senator Ike Ekweremadu from the opposition Peoples Democratic Party,...

By Ikem Adimorah    The much touted prophecy of late Chief Obafemi Awolowo, “that a time will come when the progressives from the South and the North will ally and take Nigeria to her greatest height” may not have come after all, if the cacophony of voices within the APC is anything to go by .The prophecy was one of the many dummies sold to unsuspecting citizens...

By Fatai Adewale   Nigeria’s telephone penetration has gone beyond the 100 percent threshold and is currently pegged at 100.59 percent, with more than 192 million connected lines, out of which 140 million are said to be active. The puzzle however, is how it has been possible to achieve such a landmark in the face of intractable problems that result in poor service...