Monthly Archives: October, 2012

Politics Richard Akinjide

Chief Richard Akinjide came to full national prominence in the Second Republic when he worked as Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice. But he had earlier cut his political teeth during the pre-independence days as a Zikist, getting into parliament at the young age of 24.

Editorial ebele-jonathan

Nigerians, today, mark the 52nd anniversary of the country as an independent nation, having gained self-rule from Britain on October 1, 1960. An occasion like this, ordinarily, calls for celebration but in the nation’s peculiar situation, this anniversary

Opinion Nigeria-usedis

The months of September and October each year have offered unique opportunities for statesmen since 1945 to share thoughts on ways and means of safeguarding global peace as well as meeting the challenges of human existence and proposing solutions to them, from their own varied perspectives.

National dead Baby

Residents and passersby wept as they found a newborn baby dumped in a gutter in Lagos, yesterday. The baby was said to have been abandoned at about 6.35 am, in the drainage opposite a church along Mushin Road, Surulere.

National good-oritsejafor

The President yesterday solicited the co-operation of all Nigerians in moving the country forward. He spoke in Abuja during an interdenominational church service to mark Nigeria’s 52nd Independence anniversary, which comes up today. Quoting from 2 Corinthians 10:4,

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