Corps Members Can Be Recruited to fight Insecurity, Those not Willing to Join the Military Services Can Serve in Their Community without Pay – Governor Fayemi

Governor Kayode Fayemi has said that Corps members should be recruited to fight insecurity in the country. In his speech at Ibadan, Oyo state capital on Tuesday October 11, the Governor said a minimum of 200,000 security personnel is needed to “quickly bring the current wave of insecurity to a halt”. Fayemi also said that…

Sit-at-home: Hoodlums Set Vehicle Conveying Food Items Ablaze in Enugu

Suspected hoodlums have set ablaze a vehicle conveying food items in Enugu State on Monday, September 27. The vehicle was set on fire during the sit-at-home declared by the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB). The vehicle conveying tomatoes, vegetables and other food items was burnt at Edem junction, Ibeagwa in Enugu East Local Government…

Why Is the Federal Government not Going after Fulani Militia Like They Went after Igboho and Nnamdi Kanu? – Governor Ortom Asks 

Governor Samuel Ortom has accused the federal government of going after secessionists, Sunday Igboho and Nnamdi Kanu but sparing Fulani bandits killing, raping and kidnapping people all over the country. IPOB Members Seen Destroying Wares of traders Who Disobeyed Sit-at-home order (Video) In an interview on Channels Television, Ortom asked why the government is not…

15-year Old Girl Commits Suicide after Being Mocked for her poor Exam Result, Leaves note with Names of People who Allegedly Laughed at her

By Henry Iheanacho A 15-year-old pupil who sat for her Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE) at Bwikya Muslim Primary School in Hoima City in western Uganda last year, has allegedly committed suicide after being reportedly mocked for performing poorly. Relatoves disclosed that Daphine Kimuli disappeared from home three days ago after Uganda National Examination Board (UNEB)…

Food For Thought

Out of 6,944,368 students who wrote JAMB’s UTME this year, only 973,384 passed,while 5,970,984 failed. What that means is that 14% passed, while 86% failed. This is indeed the poorest in the history of JAMB exam in Nigeria. I am not surprised. What do we expect when the passion for education is dying and the…

ASUU Threatens Fresh Strike Over Unpaid Salaries

By Samuel Dr. Lazarus Maigoro, Chairman, University of Jos chapter of the union, who stated this in a statement on Saturday, in Jos, added that the Federal Government had also withheld the check-off dues of the affected members. According to a report by The PUNCH, the Academic Staff Union of Universities has threatened to embark…