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Death, starvation, extortion… the horrible experience of a former SARS detainee

NIGERIANS heaved a sigh of relief on Wednesday when Vice President Yemi Osinbajo said the federal government has finally taken a step towards addressing...

INTERVIEW: Nigeria’s entire education sector is a madhouse, says Itodo Anthony

  In this interview, Anthony Itodo, one of the two Nigerians shortlisted for the Global Teacher Prize, talks to Esther Mark about his students, lessons from the...

Sule Lamido: The smaller thieves are still in PDP but the bigger thieves fled to APC

Sule Lamido, former Governor of Jigawa State and the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) presidential aspirant, says the thieves in the ruling All Progressives Congress...
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189 groups endorse Buhari for 2019 presidential election

The Buhari Support Group, an amalgamation of 189 groups that worked for President Muhammadu Buhari in 2015, says it has endorsed him for the...

INTERVIEW: Children can understand 11 languages, says early childhood education specialist

Emem Opashi is the director of the Sage School, an early childhood development centre in Abuja. Emen who is an early childhood educator and...

SPOTTED: Senator Misau was three years old when he graduated from ABU in 1977!

How old exactly is Hamman Isah Misau, the senator representing Bauchi Central Senatorial District in the eighth National Assembly? And when did he finish his...
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Nepotism and ethnicity have taken over ‘the entire police force’, says Abubakar Tsav

Abubakar Tsav, a retired former Commissioner of Police, has lamented that nepotism and ethnicity have taken over the Nigeria Police Force. Tsav, who was Police...

INTERVIEW: There’s no question that there’re some corrupt people in anti-corruption agencies, says Sagay

A Next Edition team comprising Victoria Ibanga, Editor in-Chief; Dominik Umosen, Associate Editor; Yusuf Mohammed, Correspondent; and Asian Nkutt, Marketing Executive recently interviewed Itse...

JAMB lowers universities’ cut off-mark to 120 due to poor performance

  The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has fixed minimum cut-off marks for admission into universities at 120, the lowest in recent history. That of...
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