Tuesday, January 18, 2022



Why I won’t support or cast my vote for Tinubu, by...

I have seen a statement made by me, many years ago, to celebrate the 60th birthday anniversary of Senator Bola Ahmed Tinubu making the...
Crocodiles kill mineworker

Crocodile kills nine-year-old girl

A nine-year-old girl was attacked and killed by a crocodile while walking on a riverside path with her sister in Indonesia’s West Sumatra province,...


Ayu: Nigerians ‘tired of Buhari’

The National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Sen. Iyorchia Ayu, has urged Nigerians to keep faith with the party, saying that it is...



Unstoppable Lewandowski scores hat-trick as Bayern demolish Frankfurt 5-0

Lewandowski beats Messi, Salah to best men’s footballer award

Bayern Munich and Poland striker, Robert Lewandowski, was named the best men’s player in 2021 at a FIFA awards ceremony on Monday. The forward beat...


Indian map without Kashmir lands Twitter official in trouble

Indian classical dance legend, Birju Maharaj, dies at 83

Birju Maharaj, an icon of Indian classical dance and among the country’s best-known performing artistes, has died in New Delhi at the age of...

Dayo Kujore dies at 63

Juju musician, Dayo Kujore, is dead. The 'Soko Extra’ crooner was 63. Kujore, one of the pioneers of the Nigerian styled musical art form, died on...

‘Baba Suwe’ dies at 63

Davido to make Hollywood debut in ‘Coming to America 2’

Atiku, fans hail Davido at 29


How technology can ease stress of ‘back to school’ rush, by Google

Google, on Monday, highlighted five ways technology could ease the stress of students, teachers and parents go through the rush of back to school and getting back into the swing of things. Mr Taiwo Kola-Ogunlade, Google Communication Officer, said in a statement that tools such...

SSANU cautions governors against establishing universities they can’t fund

The Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities (SSANU) has cautioned governors against politicising education by establishing universities they cannot fund. The union gave the advice in a communique on Friday after its zonal meeting in Maiduguri, Borno State. The communique was read by its National...

UNILAG postpones 2021/2022 matriculation, deploys 500 tabs to library

UNILAG and Anele’s jaundiced perspective, by Mikail Mumuni
The University of Lagos (UNILAG) has postponed the 2021/2022 matriculation ceremony earlier scheduled for Friday. Dr Musa Obalola, Acting Dean, Student Affairs Division of UNILAG, said in a statement that the postponement was due to what he described as “unforeseen circumstances”. He noted that the university...