Nigeria’s First Lady, Hajia Aisha Buhari, has decided to forgive Aminu Mohammed, the young critic that accused the President’s Wife of feeding fat at the expense of the poor masses.
Nigeria’s First Lady, Aisha Buhari is under heavy criticism for taking the student of Federal University, Dutse, Jigawa State, Aminu Mohammed, to court and allowing the judge to sentence him to prison.
A university student, Ayinke Ade (school undisclosed), stirred reactions this morning on Twitter when he laid a curse on the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, for getting his girlfriend pregnant during the strike.
The present condition of missing Fountain University student, Hadiza Salami, is now public for those that are still not aware of her whereabout.
OAU student’s death and the controversy surrounding the incident has continued to rise as Adeola Soetan, Executive Director, Grassroots Watch In Yoruba land, has insisted that the top suspect be brought in for questioning.
NANS has reacted to the death of 12-year-old Sylvester Oromoni, formerly of DowenCollege, seeking the immediate detention of all persons involved in the death of the promising young lad.
The Dowen College Student Death rumours have finally been set straight by the school authorities, claiming that the news on the 12-year-old’s passing is false.
UNILORIN student who attacked and beat up his female lecturer to coma has come out to give reasons why he pounced on Mrs Zakariyau.
A self-acclaimed prophet has been arraigned alongside a woman and her son for murder.
A video has surfaced online where a lady who claims to be a student of Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH) ran mad after jumping off a bike in Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti state.
enuine”. So many corporations including the likes of KOPETECH, WIMBIZ (Women in business) and many other youth-friendly organizations give out grants and loans to students with innovative ideas
Every firm and organization interested in growth most certainly loves employing persons indicating exceeding enthusiasm at helping the growth of the company.
According to UNICEF, about 10.5 million Nigerian children aged 5-14 years are not in school. Only 61 percent of 6-11…