The imperative of regulating water resources sector in Nigeria

By Sampson Ikemitang– “There has been repeated researchers’ findings that Nigeria is at the risk of experiencing devastating earthquakes in the foreseeable future. These probable earthquake magnitudes were as high as 6.0 in the year 2020, 6.5 between the years 2021 and 2022, 7.0 between the years 2025 and 2026 and 7.1 in the year 2028. The probability that these events will take place in the forecast year is 36.79 per cent,” as reported by The Guardian Newspaper of December 9, 2021.

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Redefining the role of UPU for the Urhobo people

By Michael Owhoko– The Urhobo is among the first 10 major ethnic groups, and fifth largest in Nigeria, yet, its initial capacity to command considerable influence in the Nigerian polity was weakened by lack of brotherliness, unity, and trust among its people, unarguably, owing to multiplicity of dialects, as depicted in the 24 kingdoms that make up the nationality.

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Our president is not missing 

By Aba Saheed– Our amiable no-nonsense President, General Muhammadu Aleko [Idowu in Yoruba] Buhari is NOT missing. He is very much on ground as can be confirmed by his recent appearance at the Eagle Square Primaries of his Party, the All-Progressives Congress where he sat with his party faithfuls for hours on end. He was there with his wife Hadjia Haisha, and on many occasions he flashed smiles at the TV cameras, showing the whole world how happy he was and how much he was at peace with himself. 

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2023: Why Oduntan will move to Nigerian senate from Ogun East Senatorial District

By Omolade Afonkara– The time for the purchase of APC nomination forms has closed, and indeed the race for the 2023 general elections is getting hotter by the day and several politicians have started presenting their manifestoes and programmes to the masses, and with this, contenders are being separated from pretenders.

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