AI-Makura : Time to reward Party Loyalty     By AHMAD MUHAMMAD DANYARO  

It has been consistently political unequivocally and universally that the essence of a democratic government or any form of government is good leadership. This intangible and immaterial element is a veritable remedy and antidote to resolving crisis in any society. Great countries apply the remedy for sustenance, as they are the divert products of statesmen who apply to solve crisis situation.    Great societies are thus, product of good governance affected by good leadership and strong political leaders who are never in short supply. In the case of Nigeria, good…

Nasarawa signs tripartite agreement for provision of 2000 houses

Nasarawa State government has signed a tripartite agreement aimed at producing 2000 housing for low and medium income workers in the state. The tripartite agreement was signed at a ceremony at the Government House, on Tuesday. The agreement which involved the Nasarawa State government, Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria and the Family Homes Fund, is aimed at the provision of 2000 housing for low and medium income earners in the state, as well as associated financing required for the people to buy the houses on completion. Speaking shortly after the…

NIDCOM holds maiden Diaspora quarterly lecture

The Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM) will on Saturday May 8, 2021 holds its maiden Diaspora Quarterly Lecture on critical issues of concern to Nigerians living abroad.   In a statement by Abdur-Rahman Balogun, the Head, Media and Public Relations Unit of NIDCOM, stated that the theme of the lecture is “Mobilising Nigerians in the Diaspora for National Development.”   The lecture, according to Hon. Abike Dabiri-Erewa, Chairman/CEO of NIDCOM will be by webinar to allow more Nigerians in the Diaspora opportunities to participate in the lecture .   Nigeria’s…

Oyetola is not award freak By Ismail Omipidan

Two years ago, September 5, 2019 to be precise, an NGO, by name Nigeria Africa Development Indicators Monitoring Foundation (NADIM), visited the State to inform Mr. Adegboyega Oyetola that Osun had bagged overall best State in Nigeria in terms of development. According to NADIM, Osun came first because it scored over 50 percent in 12 out of the 18 Development Performance Indicators used for the assessment. However, Mr. Governor was sceptical and reluctant over the award; and he did not hide it. Once the team left, ahead of the ceremony…