Nigeria is ready to change the narratives of aged citizens – Omokaro

June 6, 2021 Editorial IV 0

Dr Emem Omokaro would be inaugurated as the first director-general for the National Centre for Senior Citizens today. She tells AWAAL GATA how she would use the newly established centre, under the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, to enhance the welfare of Nigerians who are 70 years and more through robust engagements with relevant stakeholders. How Read More

NAF: Mourning but resolute in defence of country

May 24, 2021 Matthew Okeleke 0

Despite mourning crew of its aircraft that crashed on Friday in Kaduna, the Nigerian Airforce is not losing sight of its mandate to restore peace in the country. On Sunday, the Kaduna State Commissioner of Internal Security and Home Affairs, Mr Samuel Aruwan, issued a statement where he quoted Governor Nasir El-Rufai as commending NAF fighter jet crew for their Read More

One year on, Gambari remains consistently apolitical

May 12, 2021 Editorial IV 0

The one-year of Professor Ibrahim Gambari as Chief of Staff in the State House Abuja forms the thrust of  this piece by SUFUYAN OJEIFO Former External Affairs Minister, Professor Ibrahim Gambari stepped in the saddle as Chief of Staff, CoS, to President Muhammadu Buhari on May 13, 2020 fully prepared to chart a clear trajectory that is apolitical and non-pecuniary in Read More

We need urgent FG’s intervention in Michika – LG chair

May 11, 2021 Blueprint 0

The executive chairman, Michika local government area, Adamawa state, Hon. Micheal Shehu, Tuesday said the council is one of the worst hit by activities of Boko Haram. Consequently, he called on the federal government to come to the aid of his people who are still devastated by the impact of Boko Haram activities. Speaking with journalists in Yola, Shehu stated Read More

Surviving in drought: Youths and the new status symbol

March 30, 2021 Alex Enemanna 0

It was Thomas Hobbes, an English philosopher, who in his famous book Leviathan that described life as ‘nasty, brutish and short’ where the scramble for survival is the order of the day, where human adopts any possible means to exercise power over the other to feather his nest in pursuit of personal agenda – purely driven by survival instinct. For Read More

Shake up as Abang, Ojukwu, Nyako, 50 other Judges go on transfer

March 17, 2021 Kehinde Osasona 0

About 53 Judges of the Federal High Courts were affected by the recent re-posting and reshuffle across the 36 divisions in the country. While three judges are going to be moved out of Abuja, the court’s headquarters, four are being redeployed to fortify their ranks to make up 10. The development Blueprint reports was the first under the new Chief Judge, Justice Read More