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INTERVIEW: Unlike Nigerians, Indians celebrate academic excellence – Student who bagged multiple awards
“The educational reformation in Nigeria should start from the scratch. I honestly can’t pick up anything that is working very fine in the education sector in Nigeria at the moment, to the best of my knowledge.”
Patients’ Bill of Rights: Making health a human right in Nigeria
The Nigerian government launched the Patients’ Bill of Rights about eight months ago, many do not know how to put the instrument to use
INTERVIEW: How marriage, fatherhood has helped my footballing career – Simon Moses
Simon Moses also speaks on Mikel Obi, the Super Eagles at AFCON and other matters.
Inside Abuja community without electricity, water, other basic amenities
Residents of the Abuja community say they have never had electricity.
What parents should do to help students prepare for the first year of college
As the school year begins to wind down, high school seniors – and those who care about them – typically have their eyes on two prizes: getting into college and graduating from high school.
INTERVIEW: I strongly suspect NIA, SSS behind my Immigration Ordeal — Dokpesi
The AIT boss speaks to PREMIUM TIMES after his arrest at the Abuja airport.
Portraying Rwanda’s genocide as an encounter with hell
As many as 800,000 people, mainly Tutsi, were killed in a 100-day orgy of brutal murder and rape by members of the majority Hutu in Rwanda.
ANALYSIS: Why ‘Third Force’ failed in 2019 elections
Analysts say the third force did not have the structure and funds to oust the APC and PDP.
Can new minimum wage increase inflation in Nigeria?
The National Assembly has approved a N30,000 minimum wage for workers.
Why buildings keep collapsing in Lagos and what can be done about it
Building collapses in Lagos have become common in recent years.
INTERVIEW: How I landed two endorsements in three months – Maryam Booth
“Kannywood industry is not as it used to be. Patronage is low,” she says
Remembering Idiagbon, the “no-nonsense” military general who ran Nigeria with Buhari
Tunde Idiagbon died on March 24, 1999 at the age of 56.
When is the right time to take drugs: Before, after or with meal?
Experts speak about the appropriate relationship between drugs and food.
ANALYSIS: Obasanjo and the humbling of Nigeria’s number one kingmaker
Mr Obasanjo has endorsed the presidential ambitions of at least three successive presidents.
INTERVIEW: Over 10,000 Nigerian indigenous plants have ethno medicinal value – Adigwe, DG, NIPRD
The National Institute of Pharmaceutical Research and Development conducts research on indigeneous plants for development of drugs, biological products and pharmaceutical raw materials.
PEP: The HIV ‘prevention drug’ many Nigerians don’t know about
Despite the availability of these preventive drugs in hospitals, many Nigerians continue to get infected with the dreaded ailment.
Sniper-related Suicides: Death prowling on the streets?
Sniper, an insecticide, has, unfortunately, become a tool of choice for Nigerians contemplating suicide.
Reporter’s Diary: Imo governorship election was between electorate and Ohaji Boys
It may take Mr Okorocha and his allies many election cycles to fully recover.
What to know about the inconclusive elections in six states
Violence, over-voting, hijack of electoral materials are the main reasons elections were problematic in many places.
ANALYSIS: INEC, PDP’s lead and the burden of inconclusive elections
Of the six states where elections were declared inconclusive, the PDP was leading in five.
ANALYSIS: How Nigerian political ‘godfathers’ were humbled in 2019
The aspirations of at least six notable political godfathers were defeated during the elections.
INTERVIEW: My life as a woman firefighter in Nigeria
Mrs Oyerinde also speaks on sexual harassment and the challenges of her job.