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Gallant Nigerian soldiers rewarded for historic successes against Boko Haram
One of the soldiers could not attend because he was still recovering from gunshot injuries.
INTERVIEW: Our agenda for Nigeria in energy, transport, agric sectors – U.S. Trades Director
The USTDA will bring not only financing but also American ingenuity and technology to establish the quality infrastructure Nigeria rightly demands at this time.
FACT-CHECK: Are okadas responsible for over 10,000 accidents in Lagos?
The Lagos government says that figure is correct, but is it?
Treatment for male infertility not effective, Study finds
The study found that supplements containing zinc and folic acid previously used to treat infertility in men make no difference.
ANALYSIS: With Buhari approving N268 billion for National Assembly, health, education suffer
The 2020 budget shows that for every ₦2 spent on Nigerians’ healthcare, ₦1 goes to the National Assembly.
INTERVIEW: How lack of formal education has hindered me — Sanyeri
“…I do take on English speaking roles in Nollywood already. It’s just that in such movie, I’d automatically be a Yoruba…”
INTERVIEW: Painting fast becoming lost art in Nigeria – Isaac Emokpae
“I actually just call myself an artist. We draw lines where there are no lines. In our culture, there are no words for the arts.”
10 key things to know about Nigeria’s new visa policy
Visa on Arrival to be issued only at airports, not at land borders.
INTERVIEW: Nigeria healthcare system unhealthy for cancer management – Activist
The Executive Director, Project Pink Blue, Runcie Chidebe, speaks on how Nigeria can improve support for cancer management
Why we sent delegates of all Nigerian public universities to Dubai — TETFUND
The official says the training facilities suitable for research in Nigeria are non-existent.
INTERVIEW: ‘What Nigeria can learn from Swedish political system’
Claudia Wallin, a journalist and author, Sweden: The Untold Story, speaks to PREMIUM TIMES.
INTERVIEW: Why Transparency Portal launched by Buhari is yet to fully take off – Accountant-General
The accountant-general also speaks on the implementation of the new VAT rate and other matters.
INTERVIEW: How Amotekun will be funded — Commission
The official also says the project is on course despite misgivings.
After starting small, Abuja gardeners earn big selling flowers
One floriculturist who started with N150,000, now has 54 staff.
INTERVIEW: Only negotiations can resolve Nigeria’s $62 billion controversy with IOCs – Sylva
There is no $62 billion anywhere that any oil company can pay Nigeria, the minister says.
Reporter’s Diary: Court on Monday, police summons Tuesday over critical stories
I was about writing my final exams in Obafemi Awolowo University when I received my first summons by the police operatives in 2019.
ANALYSIS: Okorocha’s failed succession plan and Uzodinma’s victory in Imo politics
The Supreme Court, in its judgment on Tuesday, said results in 388 polling units were unlawfully excluded during the collation of the final governorship election result in the state.
INTERVIEW: 60% of NEXIM’s strategic plan is to promote intra-African trade – MD
“Through our bank’s intervention, one of the companies we funded did the first major export of shea butter out of Nigeria in 2018.”
Amotekun: Constitutional implication of South-west regional security initiative
In spite of its laudable aspirations, Amotekun appears to be on a collision course with the status quo although some experts dispute this.
How we’re resolving consumer complaints in Nigeria – FCCPC Director-General
The official speaks on how the agency is resolving complaints against DSTV and MTN and also comments on the Patient’s Bill of Rights, among other issues affecting consumers.