Mace snatching: Violation beyond the ordinary

Mace snatching: Violation beyond the ordinary

The drama that played out at the National Assembly Wednesday when unknown persons invaded the Senate Chamber and made away with the Mace was indeed a slap on the nation’s democracy, as well as on Nigerians. Assistant Editor CHINWE MADUAGWU, reports.

Slug: More knocks for Buhari’s $ 1billion equipment to fight Boko Haram

More knocks for Buhari’s $1b equipment to fight Boko Haram

Recently, President Muhammadu Buhari, approved the release of $1billion to equip the military to fight insecurity. The approval came without recourse to the National Assembly. In this report, Assistant Editor, CHINWE MADUAGWU, sought further reactions on the procedure and the need for the money.

Night life on Allen Avenue: the good, the bad and the ugly

Night life on Allen Avenue: the good, the bad and the ugly

Allen Avenue is known for its thriving night life; and booming commercial activities during the day.

Cyberbullying: How best to handle a terrible situation

SPECIAL REPORT: Cyberbullying: How best to handle a terrible situation

With the increase in the havoc caused through cyberbullying in recent times following the popularity of the social media, many have never ceased to wonder how they can be saved. ASIAN NKUTT writes on the trend and how to handle the situation that often times turns terrible.

Akwa Ibom First Lady: Why the UN award is well deserved

Akwa Ibom First Lady: Why the UN award is well deserved

For the First Lady of Akwa Ibom State, Mrs. Martha Udom Emmanuel, there could be no better way of recognising her contributions to the well-being and development of the state than the award by the United Nations. The report is by EMA JIMMY.

Election Sequence: What Nigerians want

Election Sequence: What Nigerians want

Between the National Assembly, the Presidency and the INEC, the battle over the election timetable is on-going. The INEC and the Presidency want the National Assembly and the Presidential elections to hold on the same. NASS, on the hand, wants the Presidential election done last with the National Assembly coming first. In this report, Assistant Editor, CHINWE MADUAGWU, examines the role of voting sequence in an election and finds out from Nigerians what they want.

Male or female: Which sex would you choose, given the opportunity?

Male or female: Which sex would you choose, given the opportunity?

The experiences that come with being a man or woman differ a great deal.

Winnie Nomzamo Madikizela Mandela: The Woman Who Tried

Winnie Nomzamo Madikizela Mandela: The Woman Who Tried

For Mrs. Winnie Madikizela Mandela, the struggle is over and the light has gone off. Yet she will never be forgotten for her actions and with her life, she etched her name in the hallowed hall of fame. Our Assistant Editor, CHINWE MADUAGWU, reports.

Tension in Imo as Catholic Church battles Okorocha

Tension in Imo as Catholic Church battles Okorocha

The tension between the Governor Okorocha administration and the Catholic Archdiocese of Owerri has refused to abate with each side digging in on their positions. As the drama continues, Assistant Editor, CHINWE MADUAGWU looks at the implications for the All Progressive Congress (APC) as the general elections approach.

Would you marry a lady who can’t cook?

Would you marry a lady who can’t cook?

Despite the importance of food to a good marriage, many ladies can’t cook