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Entertainment

“What Parents Should Teach Their Daughters about Marriage”- Woli Agba Advises

Nigerian comedian, Ayo Ajewole, popularly known as Woli Agba, has a message for parents concerning their female children. His advice is coming days after singer, Osinachi Nwachukwu was confirmed dead from domestic violence. In reference to her untimely death, the comedian advised parents to teach their daughters that coming back home from a failed marriage […]Continue Reading
Politics

Public office should not be synonymous with accumulation of power, wealth – Osinbajo

Public office is an instrument of service and responsibility to the people and should not be synonymous with the accumulation of power, privilege and wealth. This was the submission of Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, SAN, at the All Progressives Congress (APC) Professionals Forum’s Conference, held on Monday, 7th, February 2022, at the old Statehouse Banquet […]Continue Reading
Economy

We Remain Focused On Improving Nigeria’s Human Capital Development Indices- Osinbajo

The Buhari administration alongside state governments will continue to ramp up its efforts towards improving the country’s Human Capital Development in Nigeria ensuring quality access to education, and health services for all Nigerians, according to Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo, SAN.  Professor Osinbajo stated this on Tuesday at the Human Capital Development (HCD) Continue Reading
Politics

Osinbajo Revalidates APC Membership in Ikenne

The Vice President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo has encouraged state government to continue to train, educate and formalize their local security structures to enable them to complement the Federal law enforcement agencies. Professor Osinbajo made the call during the revalidation and registration exercise of the All Progressives Congress, APC, in Ikenne local government area of Continue Reading
News Analysis

Rebuilding The Nation’s Value System

Recently, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo made an assertion that the country’s desire and pursuit of economic growth and sustainable development can be achieved through the adoption of merit as a national value. Professor Osinbajo explained that merit is crucial in an economically viable system as it rewards talent and enterprise and drive sustainable growth. He […]Continue Reading