Author: Joseph Onyewuchi

FG Promises an end to ASUU Strike
Education

FG Promises an end to ASUU Strike

The Federal Government of Nigeria this evening has given assurance over the perennial crisis in the nation’s university system, which has resulted in the on-going strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) would soon be permanently forgotten and laid to rest. The Hon. Minister of labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige made this […]

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Ogwubie Chikemzi Praise makes all A’s in WAEC
Education

Ogwubie Chikemzi Praise makes all A’s in WAEC

A Nigerian girl known as Ogwubie Chikemzi Praise has received praises on social media after  getting A’s in her WAEC result that was recently released. The West African Examination Council released the 2020 Examination results yesterday. About 1,338,358, representing 86.99 percent of 1,538,445 candidates who sat for the Examination had credit and above in a […]

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Nigerian Lady bags 5.0 GP, Shares Result
Education

Nigerian Lady bags 5.0 GP, Shares Result

A Nigerian Lady by name Ayomide Alabi, has become famous as she posted her final year University Examination result on Twitter. She scaled through all odds as she is set to graduate in amazing colors after amassing a GP of 5.0 in her final university examination. A student of Bells University shared a photo of […]

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I have no apologies to make, says Reno Omokri
Religion

I have no apologies to make, says Reno Omokri

The #1 Bestselling Author of Facts Versus Fiction, Reno Omokri spoke on the issues concerning Muslims and Christians. He said, “Since yesterday, I have been inundated with messages from beloved Muslim followers, who I appreciate so much, after I politely explained to one Abdulmallik Mohammed that Christians and Muslims must love and respect each other, […]

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Imagine a Lagos without the Igbo – says Wole Soyinka in his letter JAIPUR, INDIA - JANUARY 22: The Road readings by Nigerian Nobel laureate Wole Soyinka (right) at DSC Jaipur Literature Festival 2010. (Photo by Ramesh Sharma/The India Today Group via Getty Images)
Economy

Imagine a Lagos without the Igbo – says Wole Soyinka in his letter

The Nobel Prize Laureate Professor Wole Soyinka who spoke on the issue regarding the Yoruba telling the Igbos to leave the South Western part of Nigeria. In his letter, the renowned Professor said the Yoruba should imagine a Lagos State without the Igbos. The letter goes thus; “But I always find it utterly ludicrous when […]

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