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The Votes are in…Clinton Favored Over Sanders Among Nigerians

Most people from every part of the world are in one way or another interested in the election process that will bring America's next leader. The reason for this varies from one person to...

Nigeria Finally Has a Budget to Work on for the Year 2016

The tension and drama that followed the submission of Nigeria's 2016 budget to the Senate is over. Hopes of recording conflicts over the contents of the budget failed many politicians and other individual mockers...
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Continuing The Musical Legacy of Fela Anikulapo-Kuti

Fela Anikulapo-Kuti passed on August 2, 1997 but his son, Femi and Seun, have decided to toll the line of their father. He was a Nigerian multi-instrumentalist, musician, composer, pioneer of the Afrobeat music...

The 5,000 Naira Monthly Subsidy Resurfaces

By Jonathan Nda-Isaiah and Tunde Oguntola The presidency disclosed on Sunday that one million poverty-stricken Nigerians will be given N5,000 every month for sustenance. It also explained why the much anticipated change agenda is taking time...
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Tiwa and Tee Billz Marriage Saga, Suicide, and the Role of Social Media

By Smart Emuoborsan The institution of marriage in Nigeria was once known to be a sacred one; getting married was only for people who were ready to work it out, at that time (before the...

Nigerian College Students Aspire to Create Book Exchange Program; Universities in Dire Need

It is no secret that attending Nigerian universities can be difficult. With the advent of fuel subsidy removal and the National Association of Nigerian Students, NANS, announcing over 40 million Nigerian students would re-enact the Occupy...

Guinea Declared Ebola Free By World Health Organization

The World Health Organization Wednesday declared the end of Ebola transmission in Guinea, after the West African country successfully passed 42 days without a confirmed case of this fatal disease. Guinea was first declared free...

Doctor-to-Patient Ratio in Nigeria is at 1 to 3500 – Dr. Davies Adeloye

The recent medical trip of President Muhammadu Buhari to the United Kingdom has raised a lot of questions about the health sector in Nigeria. I decided to field some questions via email to Dr. Davies...

#Brexit Might Bring Changes to the Lives of Nigerians Living in Britain

The decision of British people to leave the European Union after Thursday’s referendum is about to bring changes to the lives of Nigerians living or studying in Britain. Now a visa would be required of EU...

This Week’s Focus on the Financial Sector

The report from the Nigerian Stock Exchange for last week implies that the country's financial sector performed woefully because of the long bank holiday from Tuesday to Thursday in commemoration of Eid al-Fitr for 2016....

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Nigeria @ 56: Economic Recession Won’t Last For Long, Buhari Appeals...

President Muhammadu Buhari has assured Nigerians that his administration would find a lasting solution to the economic recession. Buhari made this known during his Independence...