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Half Of Sudan’s Most Vulnerable Children Could Die Without Aid-UN

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – The situation for Sudan’s most vulnerable children is so desperate that half of the most severely malnourished youngsters are expected to die without urgent humanitarian intervention, UN agencies have said. “As we speak today, 650,000 kids are suffering from severe acute malnutrition. If not treated, half of them will die,” UN Children’s […]

Why Gombe Investment Summit ‘ll Be An Unparalleled Success Story

By Ismaila Uba Misilli (AFRICAN EXAMINER) – Governor Muhammadu Inuwa Yahaya recently inaugurated the Gombe Investment Summit (GoInvest2022) Steering Committee tasked with the responsibility of planning and staging the upcoming 1st Gombe State Investment Summit proposed for October this year under the theme: ‘lndustrialisation,the Pathway to innovation, Transformation and Development of Gombe State. The Committee, […]

Between Digital Identity and Verity of Nigeria’s September 16 Revolution

By  Dr. Walter Duru, PHD (AFRICAN EXAMINER) – Just like many other members of the Nigerian delegation, I felt very proud to be a Nigerian, when, at the 2022 ID4Africa Conference in Marrakech, Morocco, my dearly beloved country was celebrated for leading the Identity revolution in Africa. The message was very clear; the ovation was […]

OPINION: Jibrin Barde’s Affront And Flagrant Disregard For Lawful Authorities: A Threat To Peaceful Gombe 

By Sirajo Bala SB  (AFRICAN EXAMINER) – No sooner the Gombe State Urban Planning and Development Authority (GOSUPDA), removed the illegally erected structure belonging to Gombe Good Leadership Association, GGLA and the PDP publicity materials in that location than Jibril Barde, the PDP Gubernatorial candidate daringly returned to same site and erected his campaing billboards […]

Jigawa State @ 31: State Records Higher Economic Boom

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – The Jigawa state governor, Muhammad Badaru Abubakar has expressed his satisfaction on how the state has significantly and progressively transformed in all sectors of human endeavour. This was contained in a state broadcast to mark the 31st anniversary of the creation of Jigawa State, he said that, the development achieved in the […]

OPINION: Why Jibril Dan Barde Got It All Wrong

By Kasimu Sani Tanko (AFRICAN EXAMINER) – Normally, an interview on prime time television is a golden chance for a politician or candidate to reel out his party manifesto or plan of action if and when elected into office thus decisively connecting with the electorate on whose votes he is counting on to emerge victorious […]

Between Inuwa Yahaya’s Promise Keeping Governance And PDP’s Illusionary Antics 

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – Gombe State is currently being confronted with a deluge of promises by the People’s Democratic Party and its gubernatorial candidate. But historical antecedents is, however, a classic compass in adjudging these promises as fairy bubbles that will soon burst into emptiness.  Before Governor lnuwa Yahaya assumed office on the 29th of May […]

Nigeria’s Sports Finest Hour – The XXII Commonwealth Games, Birmingham 2022

By Akintokunbo A Adejumo (akinadejum@aol.com) (AFRICAN EXAMINER) – For Nigeria, the year 2022 should be dedicated to Nigerian Athletes, men, and women alike. Their feat and prowess, first, a bit of success in the World Athletics Champions held in Eugene, Oregon, USA (15 Jul 2022 – 24 Jul 2022) and then the spectacular successes at […]

OPINION: Ogun Politics, Amosun and the Abuse of Power

By Funmi Branco (AFRICAN EXAMINER) – You do not have to be a literary mind to realize that power is a special kind of wine. It intoxicates and must be tempered by trials, tests and the keeping of focus. Raw power unmediated by checks and balances disrobes otherwise sane individuals from the commonality of human […]

OPINION: What’s The Worth Of Obasanjo’s Endorsement? By Fredrick Nwabufo 

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – Former President Olusegun Obasanjo used to be a chimera. His influence was mythical, yet sweeping. In the past, Nigeria was too small to contain his stature — as he dominated the horizons across Africa and beyond. He lived up to his legend of being a human Orisa. He is, perhaps, still one […]

Energy Transition: Towards An Integrated Climate-Resilient Africa

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – Of all continents, Africa is least responsible for climate change. It has contributed only a minute part of the Greenhouse gas emissions that are responsible for the climate emergency the world faces today. Yet, Africa faces the same arduous battle as the rest of the world to tackle the impacts of climate […]

OPINION: Buhari Must Discard His Plan to Impose Another Northern President in 2023

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – I wish to draw the attention of the nation to ongoing underhand schemings by Buhari and the people around him to retain power in the North come the 2023 presidential elections.  When we say the North, we mean the imposition of another Fulani Oligarch candidate on the nation.   Apart from the country […]

Nigeria Records World’s Largest Number Of Christian Deaths In 2021, Says Rights Group, InterSociety

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – Famous human rights organization, International Society for Civil Liberties and rule law, (InterSociety) has declared that Nigeria is the Most Christian Lives Hackers nation in the globe, saying a total of 5,191 persons were Hacked to death in 2021. It added that 6006 people were killed in fifteen months (Jan 2021-March 2022) […]

On The USA’s World’s Largest Yet Consulate To Be Built In Lagos, Nigeria

Consider this: (AFRICAN EXAMINER) – For the US to be building its largest yet Consulate in Nigeria, and in Lagos, what does that tell Nigerians and the World? Forget about them making money from visa applications and other consular and non-consular matters. This is the same USA’s Central Intelligence Agency which a few years ago […]

Mozambican Female Scientist Seeks Functional Strategy To Tackle Climate Change In African

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – A 28-year-old Mozambican climate scientist and researcher, Iracema Mamadu Hussein has reiterated the need to improve and seek functional strategies and policies aimed at tackling climate change in Africa. Hussein, who is currently pursuing a doctorate degree in the field of climate change at the University of Aveiro in Portugal, through a […]

OPINION ARTICLE (Climate Change Act: When Will The Implementation Begin?)

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – In November last year, President Mohammadu Buhari made history when he gave assent to the Climate Change Bill, making Nigeria the second country in Africa after Kenya to have a climate change Act.  Within the global context, President Buhari’s historic assent to the bill, sponsored by a member of the House of […]

Subsidy Removal: Opportunity For Nigeria To Adopt Carbon Fee And Dividend Policy

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – Barely a month ago, the Federal Government through the Minister of Finance, Budget and National Planning, Zainab Ahmed, revealed a policy plan by the government to remove fuel subsidy on Petroleum Motor Spirit (PMS) in February 2022 and a target date of mid-2022 for the complete elimination of fuel subsidies in Nigeria, […]

Researchers Declare Bishop Ajayi Crowther A `National Hero’ After 130 Years

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) –  Nigeria’s foremost clergyman, the first African Anglican Bishop, Samuel Ajayi Crowther, deserves to be sung as a national hero, some researchers say. Bishop Samuel Ajayi Crowther was the multi-linguist who translated the Holy Bible into Yoruba language. He was born at Osogun in present-day Ibarapa East Local Government Area of Oyo State […]

Why Stockfish Should Remain Important In Nigerian Cuisine

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – Over the years,  Norwegian stockfish has become important component/ingredient in  Nigerian meals. This seafood has high nutritional benefits in addition to the widely appreciated taste. Intriguingly,  stockfish has a history beyond the product itself. Poducing the perfect stockfish is an art. It involves first-class craftsmanship and expertise, as well as the very […]

New Book Harps On How Western Media Demonized Africa

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – How did Africans, and people of African descent become so detested in the Western world? How is it that black skin color became so resented by some Europeans when in fact Africans were the first human beings in the world and all other “races” evolved from Africans? How did the concept of […]

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