Buhari challenges varsities on research

Buhari challenges varsities on research

President Muhammadu Buhari has challenged the Nigerian university system on the need to conduct cutting-edge research and analysis in providing solutions to the nation’s development challenges. Buhari, who was the Visitor, spoke at the 22nd convocation ceremony of University of Abuja, yesterday. A total of 16 students graduated with First Class H...
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Church collapse: Udom directs AG on legal action against culprits

Church collapse: Udom directs AG on legal action against culprits

Akwa Ibom governor, Udom Emmanuel, has directed the state Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice, Uwemedimo Nwoko, to ensure anyone found culpable in the collapse of Reigners Bible Church building is brought to book. It would be recalled that on Decembe...
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UN backs Syria ceasefire as death toll in rebel enclave tops 500

The UN Security Council has unanimously demanded a 30-day ceasefire in Syria, as new air strikes on the rebel enclave of Eastern Ghouta took the civilian death toll from seven days of bombing to more than 500. ...
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DESOPADEC committed  to devt of communities —Ochor 

DESOPADEC committed  to devt of communities —Ochor 

EXECUTIVE Director, Social Services Development, Delta State Oil Producing Areas Development Commission, DESOPADEC, Mr. Christopher Ochor, has reiterated the commitment of the Commission to the execution and inauguration of projects that will address the socia...
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Nigeria to overtake the world with the Word, says Rev. Aninwene

Nigeria to overtake the world with the Word, says Rev. Aninwene

BY SAM EYOBOKA REVEREND Chimaobi Aninwene is the General Overseer and Senior Pastor of Newspring Christian Redemption Church Worldwide with headquarters in Enugu. He was born into a polygamous Methodist family. In this interview  he gave reasons why he is att...
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We distil water, hatch eggs, bake bread with power from the sun — Five secondary school students

We distil water, hatch eggs, bake bread with power from the sun — Five secondary school students

Some students of Government College (Day Wing - Senior), Funtua, Katsina State are being celebrated after they innovated a solar thermal collector system. The post We distil water, hatch eggs, bake bread with power from the sun — Five secondary school studen...
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Why Christians must be partisan – Rev. Ososanya

Why Christians must be partisan – Rev. Ososanya

he Vicar, Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Mushin, Lagos, Femi Osasonya, has urged President Muhammad Buhari to show more concern on the lives of Nigerians, in the interest of unity and progress of the nation. The post Why Christians must be partisan – Rev. Oso...
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Tension in Onitsha as navy men, sand dealers disagree

Tension rose in Onitsha, Anambra State, yesterday, as members of Sand Dealers Association staged a  protest against officers and men of the Nigerian Navy, Onitsha Naval base, for what they termed a transferred aggression against their members at the River Nig...
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Marriage proposal etiquette

Tofarati Ige These days, a lot of people choose to propose to their partners publicly. Even if you are doing it indoors, there are some rules you must observe in order to get it right Test the waters According to www.thespruce.com, before you propose, the two ...
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FG should not listen to state police agitators —Amb. Solomon

FG should not listen to state police agitators —Amb. Solomon

Ambassador David O.E. Solomon, the running mate of  Dr. Dan Musa, the presidential contender of the Democratic Peoples’ Party (DPP), has warned the Federal Government against bowing to pressure on the creation of state police, saying more distortive and pow...
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