The Nigerian Federal Government has revealed that not less than 30% of Nigeria’s electricity supply will be from renewable energy sources by 2030, this message was announced on Thursday in a message delivered virtually at the commissioning of a 1.12 MW Captive Solar Hybrid Power Plant at the Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University (ATBU), Bauchi by
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Excerpts from the interview with Yoruba rights activist, Chief Sunday Adeyemo, also known as Sunday Igboho, are reported below. What is the way out of farmers/herdsmen clashes in the South-West? I have said it many times, government alone cannot provide security. The Yoruba people need to first take their security into their hands. They should
Instagram has deactivated Tunde Ednut’s account on Wednesday — a few weeks after his previous account was removed from the social network platform. On December 22, 2020, the controversial celebrity blogger’s account (@tundeednut), which had nearly 2.6 million followers, was suspended indefinitely over claims that it violated the app’s terms and conditions. The suspension came
The ‘Stingy Men Association’ is another arm of Nigerian men created by social media users to catch fun on the microblogging platform. The main aim of SMA is to spend nothing or less on ladies who don’t deserve their money. Since it began to trend on social media days ago, many Nigerian men have shown
Kanu the IPOB leader has called on the President of the Nigerian Federation to have an interactive speech where people can call in via a live broadcast in other to prove him wrong that he is president Buhari.
We tracked a chattered flight out of Havana with Cuban doctors onboard heading to South Africa to help them fight the pandemic. This is the first flight out of Cuba to Africa since the global lockdown took effect. There is every indication Jubril was part of this flight.”
The NCDC told the nation that people are not coming up for tests and that they have the capacity to set things right. But revise is the case, so let all do their best to curb the spread as the NCDC looks at face before attending or that the State is incapable of running the test not to talk of treating the virus. So, stay safe.
In what appears to be perpetual division in Nigeria among first to third class citizens. The pronouncement made by the Nigerian President that the states should be locked down in order to help in curbing the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic virus appears to have fall in the presidents’ statement on how he is
It is important to note that 15% Nigerians are government workers, while over 70% of Nigerians depends on daily income to survive and very few percentage are private workers.
The WHO was set up as an agency of the United Nation whose mandate includes “monitoring public health risk and coordinating responses to health emergencies.” In what appears like a power tussle between the world engine house seeking for safety of people and another world power who manufactures anything they think will make them