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Sad story of Kaseem Yebsaya, member of Nigeria U23 Dream Team now roaming the street in Taraba

EVERY athlete embarks upon a unique journey in life but for former Nigeria U23 forward, Kaseem Yebsaya his pursuit for a remarkable football career turned the darkest side of his life is a story worth telling the world.

COVID19: Lagos wants to re-open schools soon, but is the state ready?

SCHOOLS across Nigeria were shut down in March 2020 due to the ravaging coronavirus pandemic. 8 months later, with infection numbers dropping drastically the Lagos state government announced recently that schools would be fully opened on September 21st and 24th for tertiary and basic schools respectively. But is Lagos state ready to receive students in a safe learning environment?

COVID-19: How transporters, POS money traders rip off interstate, local passengers (PART 1)

The outbreak of coronavirus in Nigeria has brought about many sharp practices, especially in the transport sector. JULIANA FRANCIS examines these practices and the weak regulatory system that enables such fraud

Nigeria’s funeral rites culture threatens curbing COVID-19 spread

The coronavirus not only calls attention to the quality of Nigeria’s cultural belief system, values, and practices but how they could hinder adherence to public health regulations.

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