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The high risks of collateral in Ibarapa: a note to Chief Sunday Igboho and others with grit and valour

Chief Sunday Igboho and others are most appreciated for actively broaching the sensitive question of security in Ibarapa, and their valour being expended in assuring safety of life and property is definitely etching on a page of our nation's history.

Alhaji Alimi Bello: Tribute to gallant soldier with integrity

By Murtala Aleem Alhaji Alimi Alamu Bello, a gentleman, family man, gallant soldier and war veteran who fought...

Amotekun impact is being felt by all of us—Makinde

“to stem the tide of rising security challenges, particularly during this festive period and put to shame those working to discredit the administration.”

The fourth industrial revolution: Shaping the future of our youths and the effects of poor leadership

By Richard Odusanya We stand on the brink of a technological innovation and revolution that will Fundamentally alter...

‘Stop being errand boys of Gov.’—Olurode urges traditional rulers

He derided a development where some uncouth traditional rulers have traded off their freedom for ill advised involvement in politics at the detriment of their people and engagement in farming.

Buhari must face National Assembly, Ozekhome tells Malami

President Muhammadu Buhari must realise that history will judge him for good or for bad; not his Attorney General or spokepersons. What Nigerians will remember in the future will be “the Buhari Administration”, not the Abubakar Malami, Lai Mohammed, Femi Adesina, or Garuba Shehu administration. This is because, as former American President, Harry Truman, once put it, “the Buck stops here”.

“My wife is a devil’s incarnate”, husband tells court

“This prophet took ill and requested that I see him when he was at the verge of dying. The person who conveyed the message to me said the prophet told him he wanted to do a confession. My lord, unfortunately he died before I got to his place,” Johnson said.

New Zealand judge sentences mosque shooter to life without parole for ‘wicked’ crimes

By Praveen Menon A New Zealand judge sentenced white supremacist Brenton Tarrant to life in prison without parole on...

Australia’s government to back Victoria’s strict coronavirus lockdown

By Lidia Kelly Australia’s government expressed support on Sunday for the strictest social-distancing measures yet by the state of...

Between Mushin and Ngige’s Victoria Island

By Lasisi Olagunju Now, if the seller does not sell, what shall the buyer buy? Fear of death and...

South Korea enters recession as exports plunge; the worst since 1963

Exports, which account for nearly 40% of the economy, were the biggest drag on growth, dropping by 16.6% on-quarter to mark the worst reading since 1963.

Chinese researchers warn of new virus in pigs with human pandemic risk

By David Stanway A new flu virus found in Chinese pigs has become more infectious to humans and needs...

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Fighting resumes in southern Afghanistan as ceasefire ends

An Afghan army spokesman in the south confirmed fighting had resumed.

Insecurity: 218 deceased, injured Prison officers get N154.57m

The Corrections boss while commiserating with the families of the fallen heroes, charged serving personnel to brace up for the emerging security challenges confronting the Service.

17 arrested in Enugu over armed robbery, cultism, other vices

Preliminary investigation shows that the car was stolen from where it was parked at Abakaliki Road, Enugu by the criminal gang, who abandoned the vehicle and fled due to intense pressure mounted by the Operatives. However, discreet investigation to fish out the fleeing suspects has commenced.

Bitcoin rises 5.6% to $49,337.72

Bitcoin, the world's biggest and best-known cryptocurrency is up 77.9% from the year's low of $27,734 on Jan. 4, and down 24% from the year's high of $64,895.22 hit on April 14.