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There are no clear-cut ideological differences between political parties —Sen Araraume

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Senator Ifeanyi Araraume, the governorship candidate of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) in Imo state, is not a new face in the politics having emerged the candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the botched 2007 contest. In this interview with by journalists, he expatiates on his plans for Imo if he wins the 2019 governorship contest. Group Politics Editor, TAIWO ADISA, presents the excerpts:
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Overtaken by depression, undergraduates find solace in ropes, poison

Taking an extreme measure like committing suicide has become a common practice among Nigerian undergraduates in recent times. Eric Dumo, who interacted with family members and close friends of victims, writes on why urgent steps must be taken to arrest the situation If not for sheer providence, Mr. Eyinnaya Ariwodo would have been put six […] …

‘Facebook’ love: Tales of social media savvy youths who have got their fingers burnt

‘Facebook’ love: Tales of social media savvy youths who have got their fingers burnt

Timileyin Akinkahunsi Beautiful and unassuming, Romoke Animashaun, a 21-year-old undergraduate of one of the universities in the South-West, met Samuel on Facebook. It started like a harmless friendship on social media but by the time Animashaun realised it was not, it had spiralled out of control. A couple of months after their meeting on the […] …

Fake bank alert: Silent monster threatening Cashless Policy, spreading fear among business owners

Fake bank alert: Silent monster threatening Cashless Policy, spreading fear among business owners

Unrelenting in their ploy to defraud unsuspecting members of the public, scammers, through fake bank credit alerts, have brought sorrow to many business owners, casting a big shadow over the cashless policy drive of the government, writes Eric Dumo At only 23, Azeez Bakare, a serving corps member in Lagos, has perhaps experienced the sort […] …

We may be in pain but this won’t stop us from worshipping God –Victims of Delta church building collapse

We may be in pain but this won’t stop us from worshipping God –Victims of Delta church building collapse

On Sunday, September 1, 2018, over 80 parishioners were observing the morning Mass at St. Paul Catholic Church, Adagbrasa-Ugolo, Delta State, when the church building collapsed. Some of them share the horrific moment with THEOPHILUS ONOJEGHEN The anguish and sorrow that greeted Adagbrasa-Ugolo, an agrarian community in Okpe Local Government Area of Delta State, last […] …

Two sides of a coin: Contrasting stories of efforts big, slim ladies make to change shapes

Two sides of a coin: Contrasting stories of efforts big, slim ladies make to change shapes

Toluwalope Kareem The popular idiom – ‘one man’s meat, is another man’s poison’ – would perhaps be the best way to describe the preference in body sizes by many Nigerian ladies. Described by many as fashionable, Nigerian women are known to pay ample attention to their bodies and general looks. While in the Eastern part […] …

People said we stage-managed our child’s abduction –Parents of lost but found four-year-old Elo

People said we stage-managed our child’s abduction –Parents of lost but found four-year-old Elo

In this interview with Afeez Hanafi, the parents of abducted four-year-old Elo Ogidi found in an orphanage in Edo State, shared their bittersweet experience The father: Afokoghene  Ogidi What was your experience during the period your child was abducted? You cannot imagine the trauma, the horror, terror, the devastation and the fear of the unknown. […] …

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