Beyond the PEPT judgement, By Jideofor Adibe

Nigeria, Sept. 12 -- Let me mention that I am not a lawyer (though, in addition to my academic qualifications in Political Science and Development Studies, I also have an LLM degree in Media Law from ... Read More

Banky W, Obanikoro hopeful as court declares Eti-Osa federal constituency election inconclusive

Nigeria, Sept. 12 -- The National Assembly Election Petition Tribunal has declared the 25 February election that pronounced Thaddeus Attah of the Labour Party as representative of the Eti-Osa Federal ... Read More

Thousands dead as fatal storm hits Libya

Nigeria, Sept. 12 -- At least 3,000 people have died and over 10,000 are feared missing after a fatal storm hit Libya on Monday. The storm Daniel according to CNN, hit the northeastern part of Libya ... Read More

Nigerian man to restart attempt at longest marathon reading aloud

Nigeria, Sept. 12 -- A Nigerian man, John Obot, is to start all over again in his attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the longest marathon reading aloud after the exercise suffered some gli... Read More

South Africa's visa regime keeps badly needed skilled workers out

Nigeria, Sept. 12 -- South Africa's work visa regime is laborious, lengthy and inefficient. The process deters foreign investment, widens the skills gap and throttles productivity, economic growth and... Read More

Tribunal sacks Jerry Gana's son, orders supplementary election

Nigeria, Sept. 12 -- The National and State Houses of Assembly Election Tribunal sitting in Minna has withdrawn the certificate of return of Joshua Gana, as the representative of Edati/Lavun/Mokwa Fed... Read More

Badminton Federation of Nigeria President tips Anuoluwapo Opeyori to break Olympic jinx

Nigeria, Sept. 12 -- President of the Badminton Federation of Nigeria, Francis Orbih says African number 1, Anuoluwapo Opeyori, is on the verge of breaking the country's jinx in badminton at the Olymp... Read More

Nigeria's malaria death rate dropped by 55% in 21 years - WHO

Nigeria, Sept. 12 -- The World Health Organisation (WHO) on Monday said malaria death rates in Nigeria dropped by 55 per cent between years 2000 and 2021. The WHO Regional Director for Africa, Matshi... Read More

Aviation sector: Beyond Tinubu's Abu Dhabi diplomatic stop-over, ByReuben Abati

Nigeria, Sept. 12 -- For more than a week, President Bola Tinubu, Nigeria's chief foreign policy officer has been on a diplomatic offensive to New Delhi, on the sidelines of the G20 Summit hosted by I... Read More

Making Nigeria work (1), By Kayode Fayemi

Nigeria, Sept. 12 -- I, like many of our compatriots, often ask the question about how best we should approach the challenge of nation-building that ails Nigeria. There are those of us who think the p... Read More