Covid-19: How a major industrial unrest was averted at NAUTH, Nnewi

By Chukwuma NNAMDI THE management of Nnamdi Azikiwe University Teaching Hospital (NAUTH) Nnewi, Anambra State, recently averted industrial unrest after...

US indicts Nigeria in new report over weak law on women protection

THE United State Government says Nigerian Government has been flippant about issues affecting women, particularly rape, battery and other...
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Fire guts 2 INEC offices in Imo, Anambra

THE Independent Electoral Commission (INEC) said there were fire outbreaks in two of its offices in Orlu local government,...

Abandoned to fate: Strife-filled lives of visually impaired pupils in Nigeria’s South-East (Part 1)

Life for many of Nigeria’s visually impaired persons is often laced with sorrow and heart-breaking tales. For children, it is a worrying mix. In this report, KELECHUKWU OGU, a skilled and unsighted journalist, visits a handful of states in the country’s South-East region to capture the pains of visually impaired pupils dealt terrible blows by fate
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VIDEO: I can get a person jailed and throw away the keys, labour minister Ngige brags 

MINISTER of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige, boasts that he has the power to get a person detained indefinitely...

Contractors complete abandoned projects after investigation commissioned by The ICIR

By Chinwe AGBEZE ONE of the series of investigations commissioned by The ICIR with MacArthur funds has yielded an immediate...
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