Daily Archives: November 8, 2012

Editorial Ribadu

In February, the federal government set up the Petroleum Revenue Special Task Force headed by Mallam Nuhu Ribadu to thoroughly examine the systemic rot in the oil and gas sector.

COVER Tukur-bamangar

Addressing members of the PDP NWC yesterday, when he led some principal officers of the House, who are members of PDP on a courtesy visit to the party national secretariat, Tambuwal noted that what was being viewed as rebellion and antagonism was in the best interest of the country and growth of democracy

National Amaechi independence

Dame Lawrence-Nemi was supposed to appear before the lawmakers to answer questions bordering on the alleged usurpation of powers and functions of the boards of the Universal Basic Education and the Senior Secondary Schools by her ministry, in respect of on-going 13,000 teachers’ recruitment exercise in the state

National rochas-okorochas-real

Delivering the judgment, Justice Ngozi Opara said since the constitution of the community has it that the Eze should come from the eldest village, Umuanu, Ahaneku who hails from Aka Owere village, has no legal justification to become Eze of the community

Sports keshi-coach

Super Eagles’ Head Coach, Stephen Keshi, has admitted that he would face serious indecision over the selection of the glut of Nigerian strikers at home and in Diaspora for the South African 2013 Nations Cup, emphasising that his hands are tied because of the limited number of strikers he would include in his final 23-man list.

COVER obama-romney-debate

In the electoral college, the state-by-state tally that determines US presidential elections, Mr Obama has won 303 electoral votes to Mr Romney’s 206. America’s first black president sealed victory with a clean sweep of the most important swing states, including Ohio, Virginia and Pennsylvania

Features Ghana Frank Kofigah-tourism

It used to be that, after a visit to Ghana; many Nigerians returned home to hurl curses at their leaders, whose deep-rooted corruption has helped to ensure that epileptic power supply is the norm for roughly 40 years in their country.