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Vice President Sambo visits flood victims in Borno and Yobe States amidst clamour about Federal Government's 'perceptible indifference' to security situation in the two States
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Nigeria celebrated 50 years of independence recently but commentators are still painting a rather uncomfortable picture of the nation's socio-economic progress since 1960...
The Public needs reliable information to quench its thrist for conclusive explanations; in the absence of 'reasonable' explanations, rumours emerge and it is not easy to refute the conspiracy theories built on such rumours...Read More » Share on Facebook
The President and Commander-In-Chief of the Armed Forces, Federal Republic of Nigeria has visited the neighbouring Republics of Niger and Mali in pursuit of new partnership and cooperation with authorities in these countries and curbing the activities of militant groups...Read More »
SURE-P (Subsidy Reinvestment Programme) is the Federal Government's response to removal of fuel subsisdy in Nigeria. Now with the assistance of the World Bank, it is set to implement a gigantic 'Poverty Alleviation and Youth Employment' project across the country...Read More »
Borno State has 27 Local Government Areas which accommodate most of the State's population. Most of these places however lack basic social amenities and there is need to intervene there.Read More »
Women Affairs and Social Development is the prime focus of the Borno State Ministry of Women Affairs and Social Development. It touches on the plights of women and other less privilaged people in our society. Its activities include the provision of material and loan to women in the remote rural areas of the Stateand undertaking other social development programmes. SpyNews takes a closer look into the affairs of the Ministry. Read More »
Patriotism is erroneously interpreted to denote staying within the framework ‘that is’, which is to accept what you see around and dance to the tune that is being played instead of being critical and advocating for change. It is always business as usual, and this is a major ingredient in the concoction of menaces that stands to bring Nigeria to its knees today.
But just what on earth is the problem of Nigeria? Most people would most probably point the blame finger on ‘bad leaders’- Tyrants – who ruled the nation in utter disrespect and disregard for rule of law and with nothing in mind but sheer selfish motives. But then it is also evident that people seldom make concerted efforts to root out such leaders during elections; people do suffer, but ironically, they are often prepared to trade their futures for little monies handed out during election campaigns.
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