The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) said it has released the results of more than 68,000 candidates that wrote the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination on April 27.This was disclosed on Saturday by the JAMB Lagos Zonal Coordinator, Kamaldeen Oladeji.Mr. Oladeji said the results, initially seized on account of biometric verification related issues, have all been released. He advised affected candidates, who had protested the development recently in Lagos, Kano, and other...Read Full Story
Why my father honoured Oshiomhole – Crown Prince EridiauwaEdo state stood still last Saturday May 12, 2013 for Governor Adams Oshiomhole of Edo state, when his people in Edo North senatorial district, known as the Afemai people conferred a traditional title of Oshiosimua (Divine Redeemer) on the governor.
The Auchi Sports Complex where the grand reception held was filled to the brim. It was a very remarkable and joyous occasion as the entire traditional rulers from the five local government...Read Full Story
2015: Anenih’s agenda for JonathanChief Anthony Anenih’s capacity for doing the political impossible is legendary. Last Sunday he got on his marks for the challenging job of selling President Goodluck Jonathan for a second term
With a reputation stretching back twenty years as a political enforcer, Chief Anthony Anenih was certainly in his elements last Sunday at the closed door caucus of the South-South of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP.
Anenih and Jonathan
Inside one of the halls of the...Read Full Story
I collected N4.2m from two women for ‘miracle babies’–Midwife
The suspect and the babies
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The search for the fruit of the womb has driven many women to take extreme steps.
When women are unable to conceive and bear children, the huge psychological toll makes them fall prey to fraudulent people and patrons of ‘baby factories’.
Desope Cecilia, 61, and Joy Ibe, 43, were among victims of a midwife, Oby George, who promised them ‘miracle’ twins and triplets respectively.
While...Read Full Story
Residents flee after air raids on Boko Haram KANO - Residents of an insurgent stronghold in northeast Nigeria fled their homes Saturday as military fighter jets and helicopters carried out heavy air strikes on Boko Haram Islamist camps.
Nigeria launched a massive offensive against Boko Haram this week, deploying several thousand troops across three states where President Goodluck Jonathan declared a state of emergency after the Islamists seized territory and chased out the government...Read Full Story