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Is the Nigerian really resilient or deeply seething?

Nigeria has faced a series of significant challenges that have tested the resilience of its people. These include the Biafran Civil War from 1967 to 1970, the ongoing Boko Haram insurgency that has resulted in numerous casualties and displacements, economic marginalisation of certain groups, corruption at various levels, irregularities in elections, the #EndSARS protests in Read More…

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Tinubu highlights the need for sacrifice to restore Nigeria’s global standing

President Bola Tinubu emphasised the necessity of making sacrifices to restore the country to its rightful place among nations. The President made this statement during an audience with a delegation of South-West Muslim faithful led by Alhaji Rasaki Oladejo in Abuja on Friday, as conveyed by Presidential spokesman Ajuri Ngelale. President Tinubu addressed the temporary Read More…

Education Legislature Nigeria Society Top Story

House of Reps calls for ban on LGBT-promoting educational materials

The House of Representatives has issued a call for the Federal Government to “prohibit the production, importation, and usage of educational materials that contain content promoting Lesbianism, Bisexuality, and Transgender (LGBT) in the nation’s educational resources.” This resolution was put forward in a motion by Rep. Sulaiman Gumi during a plenary session in Abuja. Gumi Read More…

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If democracy comes to grief, blame politicians!

There are some bitter truths that those in the temporary house of power may not like to hear. One such truth is the fact that democracy is not a surefire assurance that a country will prosper. Autocracy, its supposed opposite, is also not guaranteed to lead to misery. If Democracy were an infallible system of Read More…

Metro Society Top Story

Addressing the Challenge of ‘Area Boys’: Lagos Striving for Safer Streets and a Healthier City

Lagos, the bustling metropolis in Nigeria, is a city grappling with a persistent menace: street urchins, commonly referred to as “Area Boys.” These individuals, often young men, roam the streets, disrupting the lives of residents and wreaking havoc on the city’s socioeconomic fabric. With a staggering population of over 20 million residents, Lagos is bursting Read More…