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The story of World Bank Housing Owerri … Defaced and delapidated

By Gift Ogechi Emeana An urban dwelling area is seen as where growth and development with modernity is found. It is a place that attracts individuals from other communities who come to inhabit it. There are some basic facilities that residents in an urban area should enjoy, which do not exist in the rural areas, […]

Police to prosecute those who tore INEC result sheets in Imo

The Imo State Commissioner of Police, Dasuki Galadanchi, has said the Command will prosecute those who tore result sheets at INEC Collation Centre. The CP who addressed journalists at INEC collation centre said that the three persons identified have been arrested and would face the wrath of the law. He said that the security agencies […]

WCC mourns loss of staff member in Ethiopian plane crash

The World Council of Churches mourns the death of the Rev Norman Tendis, one of the 157 people killed in the tragic Ethiopian Airlines crash on Sunday. The Boeing 737 Max 8 was heading to Nairobi, Kenya but crashed minutes after taking off from Addis Ababa, killing everyone on board. The cause of the crash […]

Catholic priest calls for restructuring

Ahead of his 75th birthday lecture schedule for this month, Vicar-General, Catholic Archdiocese of Lagos and Parish Priest, St Leo’s Catholic Church, Ikeja, Rt. Rev. Monsignor John Aniagwu, has joined others to call for the restructuring of Nigeria to give room for competitive economic advantage. Aniagwu, who faulted the current constitution, said that it is […]

What did Jesus have to do with violence?

By Ven. D.C.A. Oguike The case which the committee of nations are wrestling with and do not know how to handle in this 21st Century of our time is violence. Violence abounds everywhere, from domestic violence to political violence. Far too much violence is shown in the Television screen which leads to more violence in […]

Type 2 diabetes: One food you must always eat to lower blood sugar

By Katrina Turrill TYPE 2 diabetes is a common condition which can lead to a number of serious health problems if left untreated. Avoiding certain foods and eating more of others can help lower your blood sugar levels – one food recommended by experts you eat is garlic. Type 2 diabetes causes a person’s blood […]

Oyedepo speaks on 2019 presidential election

By Daniel O. Bishop David Oyedepo of the Living Faith Church has lampooned the presidential and National Assembly elections which he believes were rigged. Speaking during the Sunday service at the Church headquarter in Ota, Ogun State, Oyedepo mocked the irregularities that marred the exercise and also prayed that Nigeria would not experience another war […]

New York police launch man hunt for killers of Nigerian uber driver

A 27-year-old Uber driver was fatally stabbed in the Bronx penultimate Saturday night and he has now been identified as a Nigerian. Ganiyu Gandonu, 27, from Ogun State, was found shortly after 9 pm inside his Toyota Camry along the Hutchinson River Parkway East in Baychester, New York City, cops said. He was bleeding from […]

Chief kills fellow lodger to offset own bills

The police in Lagos have arrested Chef Joshua, for allegedly killing a female lawyer, Feyitayo, 34, inside a hotel at Opebi, Ikeja. The suspect 21, was said to have been arrested on February 28, 2019,at his hideout in Victoria Island, a month after he committed the alleged offence. According to a statement released Monday evening […]

HIV patient cured after successful treatment

By Franceseca  Donovan A patient appears to have been cured of infection with HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. It’s been nearly 12 years to the day since the only other patient in history was cured of HIV, a feat scientists have been trying to replicate for over a decade since in the battle to […]