By Elyahya Bichi "...hardly will you meet a company that make 15 Million to 20 Million in a week in Nigeria, Kidnappers make more than that." Mr. Bulama In an interview with Mr. Alan Kasujja BBC Africa Channel (Africa Daily) on 22nd February, 2021, a Nigerian activist, Security Analyst and Analyst in the (Extremism
Barr Aloy Ejimakor, the special counsel to the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), in this interview with Chinedu Aroh, says the Eastern Security Network is formed to checkmate ‘terrorist herdsmen’ and not those doing legitimate businesses in Eastern Nigeria. The excerpts. From your observations, is ESN against all kinds of grazing in
Note: In this profile of Joachim Ezeji, he shared with Global Sentinel, his expert views on water resources management, the controversial Water Resources Bill and other sundry issues. Introduction Dr. Joachim Ibeziako Ezeji is an award-winning social entrepreneur and water resources economist. He is the convener of the think tank -
Yunana Elijah, a Diplomatic and International Consultant is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Myyesman. In this interview with ENE OSHABA, he discusses China/Africa relationship, and how partnership is benefitting Nigeria economy. Tell us more about Myyesman Myyesman Limited is a company registered under the laws of Nigeria and having it's businesses
By Mukaila Ola in Maiduguri Gwoza, a garrison town in northeast Nigeria’s Borno state, is home to 60,000 people, many of them displaced from their homes elsewhere by the conflict. Living conditions are difficult, there is little humanitarian aid, and frequent clashes take place between the military and armed groups.
COVID-19 pandemic has impacted negatively on Government’s revenue sources. In June, 2020, the Federation Accounts Allocation Committee (FAAC) shared a total of N696 billion to the three tiers of the Government of Nigeria. FIRS alone contributed 70 percent of the amount shared while other revenue generating Agencies altogether contributed 30
Sheik Dahiru Usman Bauchi is a controversial Islamic Scholar and leader of almajiri in Nigeria. He is among the leaders of the Islamic Sufi group known as the Tijaniyyah in Nigeria. In this interview in Bauchi, the fiery cleric explained why Boko Haram and their violent attacks won’t end anytime soon.
Rashad McCrorey is from Harlem, New York in the United States of America (USA). The African American is the owner of Africa Cross-Culture, a tourism company which takes black Americans to different countries in Africa, these countries include Egypt, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria and Rwanda. He is also a freelance journalist
Members of the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 (PTF), on Sunday, met with President Muhammadu Buhari at the Presidential Villa, Abuja. At the end of the meeting, the chairman of the task force, Boss Mustapha, spoke to journalists on their meeting with the president. Mr Mustapha, who is the Secretary to the