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From arms struggle in the creeks for resource control, militants ride the horse of agitation on the back of amnesty to become multibillionaires, writes Pauline Onyibe Before the late President Umaru Yar’Adua granted the presidential amnesty, they were living in the creeks of the Niger Delta. Most of them...

In Lagos Federal High Courts, it is a rat race for space. Judges, lawyers, litigants, journalists and other interested parties struggle for breath in the...

It is a strange world. They had retired from active service into their homes built from their sweat. But just in a blink, the houses were pulled down and...

Felicia Martins, is the chief executive officer of So-Said homes- a rescue home to the down-trodden and mentally challenged people. In a chat with OLUWATOSIN...

How pastors fleece desperate spinsters When a single woman gets to her mid-30s and early 40s in Nigeria, she begins to worry about her marital status....

Between 2011 and 2014, a whopping sum of N585 billion worth of waivers was allegedly granted to a few powerful individuals and some firms in a bid to maximise...

Trials of desperate housewives seeking the fruit of the womb in the hands of fake clerics When pastors plant fruits in desperate women JULIANA FRANCIS...

    Community cries out Between 2009 and 2010, when the people noticed construction works at the then proposed site of the company within the community,...

Millions of houses are built across the globe, yet millions are homeless or living like slaves. MURITALA AYINLA, who spent three days in one of the overcrowded...

It is close to Apapa, an industrial and port area of Lagos. But beyond the glitz and glamour of Apapa and its neighbouring Ajeromi Ifelodun Local Government...

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