Why I chose to be Catholic priest, by Rev. Fr. Ayangbola

June 11, 2021 Blueprint 0

Rev. Fr. Peter Ayangbola has clocked ten years in priesthood. He is the Parish Priest of Blessed Iwenetansi Catholic Church in Magbon, Lagos. In this interview, he tells SULEIMAN IDRIS about his journey so far, as well as other national issues. Could you take us through the journey of 10 years of priesthood? I will tell you it’s been just Read More

Blueprint 10th anniversary, impact series/awards: Media criticism of our administration in nation’s interest – Jonathan

Six years after leaving office, former Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan has acknowledged that media criticisms targeted at his administration were in the nation’s interest. He spoke as Senate President Ahmad Ibrahim Lawan asked the media to set agenda amidst the myriad of challenges bedevilling the nation for a better tomorrow. The duo spoke Thursday at the 10th year anniversary and Impact Series/Awards Read More

MAGYAMCOSOL and the journey so far

June 2, 2021 Blueprint 0

The emergence of Magama Youth Awareness Multipurpose Cooperative Society Limited is a pivotal one, considering the tremendous successes recorded so far within the four years of its existence. Without doubt, Magama and its environs people dance on her tune, the reason is, prior to its existence the town was lagging in every aspect of human development ranging from unhygienic environment, Read More

Nigeria’s power sector reforms: Journey so far

April 18, 2021 Editorial IV 0

In this report, BARNABAS OLABISI reports on efforts by successive governments at improving power in the country even though with little results.  When the journey started Nigeria actually began generation of electricity in Lagos 1886 with the use of generators to provide 60 kilowatts.In 1923, tin miners installed a two megawatts plant on the Kwali River, six years later, the Read More