The Borno killings of 43 rice farmers sums up bundles of pregnant words that really question the security stand of the nation even though its been overtime off beat.
Amidst the current struggle of Covid – 19 pandemic aftermath, the nation got hit by a huge recession which has spurred various reactions across length and breath of the country.
By: Josmat Jerry In a diverse world we live consisting of various facets of events unfolding like dramas of life, lots of years, decades and centuries have gone by which had witnessed various turns and runs. With each to a significant trademark that shaped the lifestyles of our fore-runners, these events lay for us a…
Politics In The Week By : Josmat Jerry The post #EndSARS activity took turns as the Federal Government made runs towards clearing its name off the black book with their allegation against CNN and Dj Switch. The ASUU strike, which has been very tough on students, failed not to exhibit its dramas during the week…
The 2.1 benchmark set by the FG on the employment of teachers. Way forward?
The first week of November was filled with some talks and dramatic events surrounding the Federal Government (FG) and Academic Staff Union of
As we step into the 11th month of this dramatic year, here again are some notable political events (concerning youths largely) that took place during the last week of October (25/Oct – 31/Oct/2020)
During the past week (18/Oct – 24/Oct/2020), there was continuation of the well known FG and ASUU saga, bye-elections adjournment and the attack on Oyetola.
In the past week (11/Oct – 17/Oct/2020), major political events played on stage including the prolonged ASUU strike now showing positive signs of an end, likewise, the Ondo Poll Governorship Election which is also of highlight.