Trial of the suspected killers of ex-militant leader, Soboma George, who was killed on August 24, 2010, was stalled yesterday, owing to allegations of threats to the lives of Prisons personnel and parents of the accused persons
Daily Archives: November 2, 2012
Top Nigeria officials are in Europe to approve a new set of kits the Eagles will wear at the next year’s AFCON. President of Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), Aminu Maigari, and the Chairman of the technical Committee
Federal Government has slashed budgetary allocation to the trio of National Sports Commission (NSC), the Nigeria Football Association (NFA) and the National Institute of Sports (NIS) by N378 million for the 2013 fiscal year.
There is no doubt that your committee has an uphill task to midwife the birth of a “new” constitution that will meet and surpass the expectations of all Nigerians
The death of Mrs. Sheila Solarin, the wife of the late social critic, Dr. Tai Solarin, is a great loss to the nation and the education sector where the deceased, alongside her husband, left an indelible mark
Dear Robert, Please allow me to write this rejoinder to your article in The Sun of 24 October 2012. Professor Achebe is no mean man. He is Africa’s leading novelist, its foremost writer
The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) yesterday formally launched the Computer Based Test (CBT) for 2013 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME), in the country.
Senate has expressed shock and surprise at the volte-face of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) on National Assembly’s proposal to amend the 1999 Constitution. The Upper legislative chamber told NBA National President