Sunday, August 1, 2021



Boss Mustapha

No face mask, no access to voting venue: Boss Mustapha

“All political parties should institute public health and social measures in all locations where political events will occur.”


Prof. Andrew Efemini

FLASH: Newly appointed UNIPORT deputy vice-chancellor is dead

Mr Efemini was recently appointed as the Deputy Vice-Chancellor Academics and was to resume office in the coming days, The Gazette learnt.


Buhari and koo

Buhari becomes special ambassador for Indian app Koo

Mr Buhari’s image was featured on Koo’s social media advert with the app promising to provide “exclusive updates from him only on Koo App!”


Abba Kyari and his red flags of vulgar exhibitionism

Clearly, Kyari is habituated to immunity from the consequences of his transgressions and indiscretions.

Resolving Nigeria’s population-productivity-insecurity problem

As long as the dominant politicians choose to weaponise demographics without a plan for investing in productivity, for so long shall Nigeria know little peace.

Benin artefacts and the choice facing Robin Hood

Let’s bring the artefacts home, where they belong.

The coming battle to save Nigeria’s democracy

There’s beauty in survival, if only we learned to possess our collective worlds together.

How scientists are tracking God’s fingerprints

What if everything you think you know is wrong?

Top 10 popular Nigerian lies with enormous staying power

Once lies and historical myths take roots, they are almost always impossible to uproot.


Our arrest, torture by lawless SSS show suffering of Igbos in Nigeria: Israeli Filmmakers

The Israeli said they were seized by the SSS at gunpoint and incarcerated without seeing the sun or having any communication with the outside world until they were released 20 days later.


Nigeria, others facing syndemic in diseases outbreaks: Africa CDC

The Africa Centre for Disease Control (Africa CDC) says Nigeria and other nations on the continent face syndemics, a combination of emerging infectious diseases.


A hacker on a computer used to illustrate the story.

U.S. jails Nigerian money launderer who used crime proceeds to export cars

A U.S. court has jailed Nigerian money launderer 38-year-old Olumide Bankole Morakinyo for engaging in a scheme that defrauded the Texas Employees Retirement System.