Wednesday, April 20, 2016
You could read the rejoinder and comment via any of the links below:
Signal News: http://www.signalng.com/op-unedited-response-fashola-buharis-foreign-trips-takeaway-timi-olagunju
Y! Naija: http://ynaija.com/opinion-leave-trash-for-lawma-a-rejoinder-to-fasolas-takeaway
Cable News: https://www.thecable.ng/fahola-buharis-foreign-trips-takeaway
On April 12, 2016, young Nigerians from Aho Estate in Ajibode area of Ibadan, led by Ayinlade Sikiru, a key memeber of the Nigerian Youths in Motion, went to PHCN office in Ibadan to protest the exorbitant bill from PHCN in view of the erratic power supply.
They explained to the PHCN officials that the reading were not taken from their meter and demanded a decrease.
The PHCN officials agreed to work out a reduced fee, and appropriately take the correct readings from the meter.
Nigerian in Argentine, Perejitei Ebikirifagha Bekewe, a renewable energy professional, trains community leaders from Central America on Renewable Energy at the Bio-Energy Department in Argentine.
Click here to watch the video and learn
Sunday, March 6, 2016
The first female editor of
Nigeria’s Punch newspaper, Oluwatoyosi Ogunseye, has been selected as the
recipient of the Presidential Precinct’s inaugural Young Leader Award.
According to the Precinct Managing Director Neal Piper, “We are
honored to present the Precinct’s inaugural Young Leader Award to Oluwatoyosi
Ogunseye. Since her time at the Precinct
as a Mandela Washington Fellow, she has continued to make outstanding
contributions across Nigeria as an investigative journalist and made a positive
impact on politics, crime, business, health and the environment with her
Africa's first student with a CGPA of 5.0 attends Poise on Scholarship along with Olajumoke Orisaguna
Daniel Dada Ayodele who set a record in the University of Lagos (UNILAG) after he made a 100% Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 5.0 has now been enrolled with Poise Nigeria, an academy where he will undergo training in etiquette and protocol intelligence.
The Minister of State for Labour and Productivity in Nigeria, Hon James Ocholi (SAN) reportedly died today. Ocholi was said to have died in a motor accident along Abuja – Kaduna road while travelling with two other passengers.
The Returning Officer of INEC, Ojike Nwankpa, said Mr. Ohuabunwa polled 26,009 votes to defeat candidates of the Progressive Peoples Alliance and All Progressives Grand Alliance, Orji Kalu and Bourdex Onuoha, who polled 25,814 votes and 13,633 votes respectively.