Daily Archives: December 9, 2012

Opinion Josephine Washima

In a country like Nigeria, where unemployment rate stands at 23.9 per cent, it takes uncommon courage to take up the job of Special Assistant on Job Creation to the President. But a young woman with a passion in job creation and a philosophical, yet realistic view on entrepreneurship, Josephine Washima has accepted t

COVER Jonathan-2

Come 2015, President Goodluck Jonathan will run, Sunday Sun can authoritatively reveal, but the north will also field a candidate. Interestingly, indications that the north was ready and willing to stop Jonathan in 2015 first

National tambuwal-new

Most members of the House of Representatives are unlikely to wish a replay of the outgoing year in 2013. They are not wrong for thinking that way. Unlike the Senate, the House waged deluge of battles all through the year. Unfortunately, some of the duels earned it massive stains and tried its

Editorial ebele-jonathan

The continuing expenditure of hundreds of millions of dollars on foreign university education by Nigerians is generating ripples in the nation’s academic circles. The Committee of Vice Chancellors of Nigeria (CVC), which recently put the amount Nigerians commit to tertiary education in European and American

Trending style statements

Wow! This is the partying season and if you should run through your weekends and even weekdays, there is always so much going on. Right now, you are likely to be hopping from one Christmas party to the other. It is the season of merryment and the parties seem to have started early, running right up to Christmas and

COVER Okwuosa

After the late Chukwuemeka Odumegwu-Ojukwu’s Will was read in an Enugu High Court last week, his son, Emeka Ojukwu Jr, claimed that the Will was not genuine, arguing that the lawyer said to have prepared the Will, Chief Emeka

National meni jonathan

Tears flowed freely in Otuoke, Ogbia Local Government Area of Bayelsa State, as the younger brother of President Goodluck Jonathan, Chief Mein Innocent Jonathan, was laid to rest. The late Chief Mien Jonathan, a deputy chief in

COVER police lagos Manko

There are strong indications that some members of the dreaded one-million-boys gang, who went underground after massive police onslaught that led to the arrest of more than 400 of them a few months ago, may have resurfaced. Sunday Sun gathered that in the past two weeks some robbers suspected to be

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