Friday, 14 August, 2020

Category: Opinion


Nana, 14, wakes up petrified. It is 5:30 a.m. She was supposed to be up by 4:00 a.m., but was deep asleep and did not hear her angry aunt howling for hot water to bath with. Though scared, she slowly Read more…


Two Anambra-born candidates came tops in the 2020 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) conducted by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) last April. The brilliant top-fliers are Miss Egoagwuagwu Agnes Madufokwa and Master David Okwuchukwu Nwobi. They scored 365 Read more…


BY DR UGBOAJA JOLet me welcome you to this edition of our leadership and management corner. Successful organizations rely on work teams to achieve their objectives. In this series, we will be discussing team building in organizations. We will look Read more…


BY DR UGBOAJA JOLet me welcome you to this edition of our leadership and management corner. Successful organizations rely on work teams to achieve their objectives. In this series, we will be discussing team building in organizations. We will look Read more…


BY DR UGBOAJA JO Let me welcome you to this edition of our leadership and management corner. Successful organizations rely on work teams to achieve their objectives. In this series, we will be discussing team building in organizations. We will Read more…


News analysis by Taiye Elebiyo-Edeni, News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) Nigerian transportation industry which comprises aviation, land (road and rail) and maritime subsectors has faced challenges of infrastructure deficit since independence and successive administrations have taken steps to address these Read more…


However, I was still worried about the fact that I had no malaria but was very ill. My fears heightened when I lost my sense of smell and could not taste the delicious jollof rice my friend made for me. Read more…


I was with a group of businessmen friends of mine in a busy high street the other day, and witnessed several battery-powered, hand-held, rolling plastic ‘fan’ people were dangling across their faces and sweaty necks in a valiant but ultimately Read more…


– Older people discuss romance, sex lives after 60 Ageing is a tragedy, a bouquet of forlornness, deprivation, and muted rage for some older Nigerians. Even so, modern psychology and literature recommend romance and sex as anti-ageing elixir but not Read more…


Donald Trump has said he has “no responsibility” for the coronavirus pandemic, fobbing it off on governors and mayors whose repeated requests for federal help he’s denied. Yet he’s now sending federal troops into cities he says are controlled by the “radical left”, whose Read more…


In logic, “argumentum ad ignorantiam” describes a deficit in reasoning whereby an argument is based on sheer ignorance. It is the most hilarious slip to make in a debate. To now add this to the error of “precipio principii” (winding, Read more…


By Ado Adeboye FOR some time now, Nigeria has been plagued like many countries in the world by the novel coronavirus. The pandemic has infused  morbid fear into many minds with increasing death toll, and ruinous economic recession caused by anti Read more…