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[OPINION] Results Prioritization: Nigerian Campuses, Lazy Students and the Society

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – Nigerian educational system is such that prioritizes results rather than potentials. The Cumulative Grade Points Average, CGPA, is the goal that drives many Nigerian students, and not the quality education. This explains why many results are not defendable as students go through all means to meet up with the society’s standard. They […]

Again Unknown Gunmen Behead Police Officer In Abia

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – The Incessant  attacks on security Operatives in parts of South East Nigeria, Thursday evening  reared its ugly head again, as heavily armed unknown gunmen, attacked policemen on stop-and-search operation along Umuode/Isiahia in Osisioma Ngwa Council area of Abia State, beheading one of them. Our correspondent gathered that the incident, which occurred  about […]

[OPINION] Femi Soneye: As Passion Meets Engagement At NNPC Limited

By Sufuyan Ojeifo (AFRICAN EXAMINER) – There has been a burst of excitement in the Nigerian media community since Thursday, last week, when the management of the Nigerian National Petroleum Company Limited (NNPCL) announced the appointment of 49-year-old Mr Femi Soneye as the company’s Chief Corporate Communications Officer (CCCO).  By virtue of that significant appointment, […]

[ANALYSIS] OPEANS @ 35: Celebrating  Safety In Nigeria’s  DownStream, Upstream Working Environment 

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) –  Life they say, has no duplicate, hence any responsible organization, be it government or private must always  take the issue of Safety environment for workers, their training, and retraining very seriously as well as make it top most priority in their operations. It is no news that scores of workers in Nigeria […]

[OPINION] Can INEC Deliver Hitch-Free Election In Kogi, Bayelsa, Imo?

By Ali Baba-Inuwa, News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) (AFRICAN EXAMINER) – On Nov.11 residents of Bayelsa, Imo and Kogi will return to the poll to elect new governors that will run the affairs of the states for the next four years in an off election circle exercise. The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) is expected […]

SPECIAL REPORT: Enugu College of Education Technical (ECRET): A Rot Overdue For Overhaul

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – It might well turn out to be the case of the recent Enugu State government-ordering the.probe of the State owned Institute of Management and Technology (IMT), and the unsavoury findings of that enquiry is a pattern of the decadence to which State-owned higher institutions of learning have degenerated into.  “I could be […]

Tinubu’s Alleged Certificate Forgery Saga

By Stephen Ojate (AFRICAN EXAMINER) – The public have been greeted with serious debates over the authenticity of Tinubu’s Chicago Degree Certificate which he, the Candidate of All Progressive Congress submitted to Independent National Election Commission (INEC) in prelude to the last year general election. Recall that Tinubu’s Certificates have been a subject of questions […]

Yet Atiku Abubakar Beats His Tattered Drum of Shame

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – The All Progressives Congress (APC) is unfazed by the press conference addressed by former Vice President and Candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar earlier today. The press conference lacked purpose and delivered nothing except the pitiful regurgitation of lies, mindless distortions and deliberate falsehood on his infantile obsession with […]

Enhancing The Nigeria Customs Service Through Partnerships

By Mark Longyen (AFRICAN EXAMINER) – Analysts believe that the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) is strategic to not only achieving the nation’s economic development but also to ensuring national security. That explains why many stakeholders argue that the Service can be radically enhanced through collaborative engagements and international partnerships. The NCS is tasked with  three […]

News Feature: SocialAction Pushes For LGA Autonomy, Seeks Tinubu’s Intervention

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – Since the inception of the local government system in Nigeria in 1976, which is a creation of the then Colonial government, nothing meaningful seem to have been  achieved in the country through that 3rd tier of government established with the sole aim of driving grassroots development and take governance closer to the […]

Don Releases New Book On Black History

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – renowned occupational therapist, award winning inventor and a professor at Howard University, Dr. Frederick Covington, has released his new book, entitled “Gifted and Black: 365 Days of Black History”. Unveiling a unique and empowering concept, this meticulously crafted book challenges the conventional narratives and brings to light the extraordinary contributions of Black […]

Anambra: Ogbaru Natives In Pains As Deadly Floods Wreck Havoc On Community ‘Goldmine’

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – Natural disasters such as floods, gully erosion, Earthquake, among others had over the years wrecked serious havoc to Communities of the world, including  South East Nigeria. Residents of vulnerable areas such as Communities in Anambra and Imo states,  South East Nigeria always go to sleep with one of their eyes open for […]

Deconstructing NPA’s Role In Port Operations

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – Inspite of privatisation, port users still expect the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), to perform its pre-concession roles. This report explains the current roles of the NPA in port and cargo operations in Nigeria Since the return to democracy in 1999 with the advent of 4th republic, the most remarkable development in the […]

JONAPWD Supports Special Schools With Educational Materials

By Nnene Bassey Akwa Ibom State chapter of the Joint National Association of Persons with Disabilities (JONAPWD) has donated educational materials to five special schools in the state. The leadership of JONAPWD in the state visited and distributed the items for students and pupils with and without disabilities in the different benefitting schools. JONAPWD is […]

Ikhide’s Hoax And Campaign Of Calumny Against Dangote Group

By Segun Adenigba Erasmus Ikhide over the last 15 years has done hatchet jobs in the media. He picks his targets randomly. For example at a point he was appointed by Rauf Aregbesola who was then the governor of Osun State to work in his media unit and he sang the then governor’s praises to […]

Police Arrest Criminal Suspects In Enugu, Recover Firearms, Ammunition, Others

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – Police Operatives of the Command serving in the Anti-Cultism Squad, acting on credible information alleging a case of criminal conspiracy, malicious damage, threatening violence and cult activities, have Arrested  nine Male Criminal  Suspects  In Enugu. Security men recovered  three firearms  with  nineteen  Ammunition one Tricycles and  Other incriminating exhibits. According to the […]

OPINION: O Godwin, How Art Thou Fallen!

By Femi Fani-Kayode (AFRICAN EXAMINER) – O Godwin, where are your backers, protectors and soldiers today? You enjoyed the ride and thought it would last forever. Yet now its all over. The hunter has become the hunted and the tormentor has become the tormented. The troubler of Nigeria is now the troubled and the source […]

OPINION: Bye Bye to Subsidy; Welcome to Reality

By Femi Soneye (AFRICAN EXAMINER) – One of the most important virtues of leadership is courage. This quality more than any other, will determine whether a leader succeeds or fails in his mission. Whilst vision is important because it outlines and encapsulates a leader’s plan and purpose, it may shipwreck in the stormy sea of […]

Ahmed Lawan: Time Up For The Worst Senate President Ever

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – To some people, he is a rubber stamp senate president, to some he is regarded as a poor manager of people, while to some he is a Judas Iscariot. Mr Lawan campaigned strenuously to become senate president of the 9th assembly even as he vowed to ensure the independence of the senate […]

Germany’s new migration policy: What the paradigm shift means for African partner countries

Kwaku Arhin-Sam, Alia Fakhry DOI: https://doi.org/10.59184/sa.022 (AFRICAN EXAMINER) – This article is part of a series on “What is Germany’s Africa Policy?” The series is edited by Dr. Melanie Müller and Dr. Olumide Abimbola. Summary Germany’s new coalition government announced a “paradigm shift” on migration, signaling its ambitions to transform Germany into a modern immigration country. The new […]

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