Plagiarism: Ezeilo, Others Don’t Own Copyright of the Works I Used–Prof. Ladan

•No, you copied over 13 pages of the book, others without direct reference or attribution--Source Senator Iroegbu The Director General of Nigerian Institute for Advance Legal Studies (NIALS), Prof. Mohammed Ladan, has clarified that the works he copiously borrowed from Dr. Joy Ezeilo and other authors' books were never their Copyrights. Ladan

MAFA: Officers At War With Chief of Air Staff, Others Over Allowance Tempering

50% of 'staff grant' allowance allegedly withheld monthly CAS refusal to pay NAF Officers in DHQ, Tri-service agencies raises questions He was being prudent, stopped double payments--officials Senator Iroegbu The Nigerian Military Chiefs have been accused of tempering with the officers and soldiers allowances as was provided for in the

WHO, FG Restate Commitment to Tackle Tobacco Smoking in Nigeria

*Tobacco smokers at higher Risk to developing severe COVID-19 complications and death Godsgift Onyedinefu The federal government and World Health Organization (WHO) have renewed their pledge to tackle the menance of tobacco consumption which has claimed millions of lives in Nigeria and across the world. Dr. Osagie Ehanire, minister of health,

Many Sexual Assault Cases Underreported in Nigeria – Minister of State for FCT

*As RoLAC Launches FCT SARC in Bwari *SARCs assisted 15, 800 sexual assault victims between July 2019 to September 2020 Maureen Okpe The Minister of State For FCT, Dr. Ramatu Tijjani-Aliyu, have disclosed that many cases of sexual assault in Nigeria are under reported as survivors are often times reluctant to report,

Igbo Presidency: No Ethnic Group Will Be Imposed on Nigerians, says Ekweremadu

Says Nigeria now more divided than everUrges dialogueIkem Okuhu calls for more citizens engagement in democratic governance Presents book on 'Debunking Marketing’s Strongest Myths' Godsgift Onyedinefu Ahead of the 2023 elections, former Deputy President of the Senate, Senator Ike Ekweremadu, on Wednesday stated that no ethnic group will be unilaterally

Nigeria’s Insecurity Likely to Worsen Until States Own Police Outfits—Ekweremadu

Charges FG to listen to her citizens more on insecurity, economyAs veteran journalist, Ikem Okuhu presents book on rebranding, national cohesion Godsgift Onyedinefu Nigeria's insecurity problems will continue unabated until the security architecture is decentralised and states are allowed to own their own their police outfits, former Deputy Senate President, Ike

CSOs to FG: Little to Show for N138bn Expended on Ogoni Cleanup since 2016

Express Dissatisfaction with pace of workCalls for independent monitoring of process Godsgift Onyedinefu The Cordaid-led Strategic Partnership (SP) Lobby and Advocacy Program made up of various Civil Society Organisations (CSOs), has expressed dissatisfaction on progress made on the clean up of Ogoni Land, explaining that government has not put in place

Troops kill 82 bandits with high tech weapons in Katsina, Zamfara

No fewer than 82 bandits, armed with 'very high' calibre weapons, including Anti-Aircraft (AA) Guns, have been killed and several others injured in air interdiction missions executed by the Air Component of Operation Hadarin Daji in Katsina and Zamfara states. Maj. Gen. John Enenche, Coordinator Defence Media Operations (DMO), who disclosed

Breaking: Path Clears for Okonjo-Iweala Emergence as WTO DG

*As Korea's Yoo reportedly drops out of race Nigeria’s former minister of finance and the frontrunner in the WTO DG race, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, is set to be named the new Director-General of the World Trade Organisation (WTO). This is coming after South Korea reportedly decided to withdraw its Trade Minister, Yoo

Tankfarm Operators Debunks Non-payment of Taxes Allegations by Lagos Govt

Godsgift Onyedinefu The Ijegun-Egba Tankfarm Owners and Operators Association, an umbrella organization of all Oil Companies at Ijegun – Egba, has denied allegations by the Lagos State Government that its members are operating illegally as they do not pay any taxes, charges or fees to the state Government. The Lagos State

CHRICED Makes Case for Almajiri Children of Nigeria

Maureen Okpe The Resource Center for Human Rights and Civic Education (CHRICED) in collaboration with Anti-Slavery International (ASI) has beamed it's light on the horrible human rights abuses experienced by 'Almajiri' as a result of the problem on forced child begging. In lieu of this,the Center through research recommendations have called on