Interviews

HOW I RECRUITED MY FRIENDS INTO HUMAN PARTS SELLING BUSINESS — MAN WHO EXHUMED CORPSES FOR N2M IN NIGER

Abdullahi Dogo (30), Suleiman Abubakar (50), Babuga Mamman (42), and Abubakar Abdullahi (31), of Sabon Pegi village in the Mashegu Local Government Area of Niger State were recently apprehended by the state police command for allegedly being in possession of a human head. Dogo tells ENYIOHA OPARA that the buyers had contracted him to get the human …

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No mask, no entry, say FG as civil servants resume Monday

The Federal Government has directed civil servants on Grade Level 10 and below to resume duty with effect from Monday . It, however , said no worker would be allowed entry into any government offices without face masks . The Head of the Civil Service of the Federation , Dr Folasade Yemi-Esan , gave the …

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“Sexual harassment almost ruinate my future” – Says Instagram Comedienne, Pelumi Keshinro

Pelumi Keshinro also known as @ayam_pikoh_official is one of the young talents currently rocking the Nigerian Entertainment industry. She is a Comedienne, actor, content creator and a social media influencer who hails from Ogun State, Ijebu Ode precisely. Though, she has been participating in her church dramas but Pelumi joined Instagram in 2017 with her …

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Tafawa Balewa would be disappointed with Nigeria’s failure – Son

Usman Abubakar Tafawa Balewa is the 60-year-old son of Nigeria’s first Prime Minister, the late Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa. He retired from the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency in 2018 and is currently a farmer and businessman. In this interview with ARMSTRONG BAKAM, he speaks on Nigeria at 60, issues of insecurity and unity, …

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Gloria Chibuike Speaks On Her Fight Against Malaria In Africa

Gloria Chinwe Chubuike speaks about her passion for the fight against malaria on plus TV #TeaTime show. Gloria Chibuike is the founder and CEO of Chinwe Chibuike Foundation, an international non-profit organization that leverage across Abia and other states in Nigeria through collaborative effort with the government by providing charity, medical aides and treatment, wide …

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Nigerian youths are more hardworking than youths of other developing countries – Precious Ikeakhe

Precious Ikeakhe is a famous entrepreneur, political analyst, youth advocate and the managing director of Nigerian bottle water company, Frost Water. In an interactive session with Vanguard he mentioned how he is driven about the betterment of Nigerian politics and gave details about how the spirit of a hardworking mother could deeply give her son …

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Gloria Chinwe Chubuike: Maximizing Youth Demography In Nigeria

Gloria Chinwe Chubuike, Nigeria philanthropist, age 24, the president chinwe Chibuike Foundation and youth counsellor was live on plus TV where she spoke about  maximizing youth demography in Nigeria. When asked about the future of Nigerian youths, are they still the future of tomorrow or the future is here already? She said, the future is …

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Nigerian Government Has Declared War Against Arts And Its Producers —Soyinka

Nobel laureate, Prof Wole Soyinka, described the amended 6th Broadcasting Code by the National Broadcasting Commission as a war by the government on arts and its producers. The NBC had reviewed some parts of the broadcasting code, which affect content producers on web/online media. In a statement on Tuesday, Soyinka said after reading excerpts from …

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Ecowas Youth Ambassador: Amb. Ehigie Ikeakhe: Age is no barrier when you’ re diligent, hardworking

ECOWAS Youth Ambassador, Ikeakhe Moses Ehigie, speaks on his career, how he achieved success at a very young age and established a multi-business agglomerate in Nigeria. What’s your background like? I am from Uromi, Esan-East North Local Government Area of Edo State and I was born and brought up in Benin City, the state capital. …

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