Daily Archives: November 22, 2012

COVER kogi protesters

At a resumed plenary presided by the Deputy Speaker, Emmanuel Omebije, yesterday, Bello said in a letter to the House that he decided to throw in the towel on personal ground

Editorial NCC newB Eugene Juwah

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has just banned all manner of promotions and lotteries by some telecommunications network operators in response to multifarious complaints by consumers of their services who allege different shades of rip-offs.

COVER fire-burning

An eyewitness, who does not want to be named, said the crisis started when some Eggon people were attacked and killed in the bush by unknown persons

Politics Peter-Obi1

If you expect any let up in the turmoil of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), you might wait long to see the realization. In these separate interviews with IKENNA EMEWU, two chieftains of the party belonging to the two factions threw pebbles at each other.

Back Page / Columns views-from-ame

Today, as Americans celebrate Thanksgiving, immigrants from around the world join in the celebration for variety of reasons. Thanksgiving is a time for sharing; a period for families to sit, relax, and eat together reflecting on how far they have come; taking pride in their new country and new situation

COVER collapses at Jakande

The ill-fated block marked M20, according to eyewitnesses, collapsed at about midnight, instantly killing two sisters Toyin and Bukky Coker, while their aged mother was later confirmed dead at an undisclosed hospital where she was rushed to for treatment

Sports obafemi-martins

Very slim chance! This is what Spain-based returnee, Obafemi Martins has, as the battle for shirt rages among Nigerian internationals ahead of the South Africa 2013 Nations Cup. Just like Martins, Osaze Odemwingie, who recently indicated his interest to stage a comeback to the Eagles would have to fight with the last drop of his blood to get a shirt. Martins, it would be noted, fired blank after

National court-order

After much controversy, the National Judicial Council (NJC) has directed that Justice Ifeoma Jombo-Ofo be sworn in by the Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), Justice Mariam Aloma Mukhtar as a Justice of the Court of Appeal. The decision was reached after an emergency meeting of the council yesterday

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