Akpabio says his heart was with Buhari and not Jonathan, in 2015.
Former Senate Minority Leader, Godswill Akpabio, says his heart was actually with President Buhari at the 2015 presidential election, and not with his party’s candidate, former President Goodluck Jonathan.
What did Africa do?
In Nigeria, Makoko is one of the country’s biggest urban slums, but it doesn’t come close to Dandora, in Kenya. Spread over 30 acres, Dandora is renowned for its poverty, hunger, illiteracy, pollution, and high mortality rates.
Silas Adekunle: the smartest robotics guru in the world
Silas Adekunle is not only the smartest robotics engineer in the world, he is now also the highest paid.
Meat Market: Crunching the NUmbers
Do you know that businesspersons conveying cattle to Lagos from the North sometimes make as much as ₦7million per trip?
Experts alert on depletion of forest resources
Thanks to lax government regulations, Nigeria now has the fourth highest deforestation rate in the world, and the second highest in Africa, after Sudan.
Ronaldo finally scores for Juve
Cristiano Ronaldo has finally scored his first goal for Juventus, and it only took the reigning World Player of the Year 320 minutes into his Juve career to do so when he fired the Bianconeri ahead against Sassuolo.
Buhari pays N100 to collect new APC membership card
Nigeria President, Muhammadu Buhari, collects his APC membership card the party’s chairperson, Adams Oshiomhole, believes cannot be “easily forged or duplicated by roadside printers”.
The curse of the Nigerian music followership
Joey Akan looks at why it may continue to be difficult to transform our local music superstars into global icons despite their huge fan base.
Stable to the Table
The army of buyers, caregivers, and butchers responsible for the timely and hygienic entry of your favourite protein into your home, restaurant, and the ‘Mai Suya’ down the road from your house.
About that Joe Erico's naked hex
Between 2002 to date, no head of the Nigerian FA has been able to secure a second term. According to former Super Eagles assistant coach, Joe Erico, a “naked curse” he placed on the FA for firing him without paying him his dues after the 2002 AFCON has something to do with it.
Sowore promises ₦100,000 monthly salary if elected president
Presidential aspirant of the African Action Congress (AAC), Omoyele Sowore, has promised to increase the minimum wage in Nigeria to ₦100,000 monthly if he is elected in 2019.