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Features gov_ibrahim_dankwambo

The importance of water and environment to mankind cannot be overemphasised. No wonder it is said that water breeds life. But it also takes conducive environment to give life itself a meaning. In view of the importance of water and environment to any society, any efforts aimed at achieving the

Features duru

From his physique, it was obvious that starvation had taken severe toll on Mr. Sylvester Duru. He was emaciated and from his gaunt looks, none could doubt the man’s claim that he was also very, very ill. Only God knows, if Duru, who used to live in Abidjan, former capital of Ivory Coast (Cote d’Ivoire) until 2012; successfully made it to Nigeria after we saw him in Lome, Togo; days ago.

Features Effiong  Aye

The mortal remains of Chief Effiong Ukpong Aye will be buried tomorrow at Hope Waddell Chapel grounds. The interment will be preceded by a Service of Songs, today, at Hope Waddell Parish of the Presbyterian Church

Features Qumas

Prostate enlargement is on the prowl, taking toll on the health of the men folk. The Prostate Research Institute in the United States of America in a report said that among every six men, two are likely to suffer from the disease which, if not diagnosed early and effectively treated, can degenerate to prostate cancer

COVER Yusuf and other cobblers

Three years ago, Abdulazeez Yusuf was a cobbler with an uncertain future. Like many other jobless youths, the young man from Egbedore Local Government area of Osun State pounded the streets, seeking customers with bad shoes. Frustrated and perpetually angry, and with a permanent frown palpably etched atop his sombre brow, Yusuf always cut the picture of a cheerless man

Features Nigeria-Ghana

Last Saturday, January 26, would go down as a memorable day for countless Nigerians, Ghanaians and even non-Africans that participated in the celebration of the sixth birthday of Prince Jude Ihenetu. Although it was a party for a minor, numerous adults, including senior citizens, turned up to felicitate with the young Jude, who’s son of Chief Chukwudi Jude Ihenetu, Eze Ndi Igbo Ghana. There was enough to eat and drink and everyone made merry.

Features cancer

World Cancer Day is a global observance that helps raise people’s awareness of cancer and how to prevent, detect and treat it. This event is held worldwide on February 4 each year. World Cancer Day was founded by the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC) to support the goals of the World Cancer Declaration,

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