Tuesday, March 5, 2024
Tuesday, March 5, 2024

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The Air Peace flight that took away my peace – by Adanma Odefa-Wachuku

When you hear a brand name with the word peace in it, you would hope that patronising the brand would give you a measure...

Diversity, Equity, Inclusivity and Accessibility For Bridging Boundaries – by Adanma Odefa-Wachuku

When I returned from my US government exchange program, I thought that was the end of it. For several years, it was in my...

TB Joshua: Megachurch leader raped and tortured worshippers, BBC finds

Evidence of widespread abuse and torture by the founder of one of the world's biggest Christian evangelical churches has been uncovered by the BBC. Dozens...

Tinubu spent ₦390m in hotel accommodation to attend UNGA in September

Nigerians spent a whopping $507,384 lodging their president - Bola Tinubu - in a New York hotel so he could attend the recently concluded...

Dramatic increase in asylum seekers at Montreal airport

CTV - Despite Canada's efforts to slow the stream of asylum seekers across its borders, refugee claims in the country have only risen. The phenomenon...

Dozens of nurses and midwives from Nigeria STILL working in the UK despite fears their medical exam results are ‘fraudulent or incorrect’

Daily Mail - Almost 50 overseas trained nurses and midwives in the UK who 'likely' qualified fraudulently are still being allowed to treat patients...

Please help dehumanized 11-year-old maid get the justice she deserves – by Kaanayo Nwachukwu

As the great, wonderful, resilient people of the United States of America today pause to remember, for the 22nd time, the nearly 3000 people...

The case of gross medical negligence of Dr. Ferdinand Ejike Orji – by Kaanayo Nwachukwu

To say almost every family in Nigeria has experienced negligence in the hands of medical professionals, in one way or the other, that has...

My Cuban odyssey – by Tony Ohai

Once upon a time, I found myself immersed in the enchanting embrace of Cuba, a land so rich in culture and history that it...

The booming business of organ harvesting, trafficking in Nigeria – by Temi Iwalaiye

Nigeria's black market for kidneys is booming due to hypertension and renal failure, which affect 20 million Nigerians, with one in five needing urgent...

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