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Senate probe of TETFund ill-motivated, politically induced- ISDMG

Babatunde Opalana  A service delivery watchdog and transparency advocacy organisation, Independent Service Delivery Monitoring Group (ISDMG) have described the move by the Senate to probe the activities of the Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFund) as ill-motivated, politically induced and an attempt to recklessly waste public fund. This, according to ISDMG, was borne

Amnesty International accuses Cameroon of gross human rights abuses

Babatunde Opalana  The Amnesty International (AI) has accused the security operatives and government of Cameroon of gross human rights violations in the form of illegal detention and torturing of innocent people leading to the death of some of the victims. The Country Campaigner - Central Africa for AI, Mr.  Olivia Tchamba, in a release

FCT is a key foreign investment destination- Minister

Babatunde Opalana  The Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, Malam Muhammad Musa Bello has described the Federal Capital Territory of Abuja and environ as a  resourceful destination for direct foreign investments while urging prospecting investors to avail themselves of investment opportunities that the FCT provides. He said this while unveiling the numerous

The U.S. Air Force Wants to Expand the Range of This Stealthy Cruise Missile

With advanced air defense systems such as the Russian-made S-300 and S-400 families proliferating around the world, it is becoming increasingly difficult for American aircraft to penetrate into airspace defended by such anti-access/area-denial weapons. While advanced fifth-generation fighter aircraft and next-generation platforms such as the U.S. Air Force’s forthcoming B-21 Raider and Penetrating Counter Air will be able

Op-ed: The ravages of fire

By Sufuyan Ojeifo “Fire is the test of gold; adversity, of strong men.” - Martha Graham   The title of this piece sounds profoundly hurtful, but that is the reality of our times.  Fire outbreaks have been on the rise in Nigeria in recent times and Nigerians have been largely shocked and traumatised