The Embassy of Nigeria, Stockholm wishes to inform all NigeriansÂ resident in Helsinki and Tampere that the data capture exercise forÂ issuance of Electronic Passport (e-passport) by Nigeria ImmigrationÂ Service (NIS) officials would take place as follows: Date: 5th. to 6th. of November 2009 in Helsinki and 7th. of NovemberÂ 2009 in TamperePlace: Sornaisten rantatie […]
An Ikeja High Court in Lagos yesterday convicted Bode George, former chairman of the Nigerian Ports Authority, and five others on a 23-count charge of abuse of office. Mr. George was found guilty for disobedience of lawful orders and the awarding of contracts to the tune of about N100 billion.
Since the BIG news broke, I have been agonising. I donâ€™t know whether I should consider this as a victory, justice, retribution, or insult. Like many Nigerians, home and abroad who heard or read the news of Bode George and his co-conspiratorsâ€™ conviction and sentencing, the news was met with mixed feelings.
Just some little thoughts to share with colleagues today – World Teachers Day.Â (……….from ACEL) The dream begins with a teacher who believes in you, who tugs and pushes and leads you to the next plateau, sometimes poking you with a sharp stick called “truth.”Â ~Dan Rather In teaching you cannot see the fruit of […]
The policies of the British Empire concerning control of the African continent were dictated by their desire to maintain control of India. The British could not afford to lose possession of India because it had become the economic center of their empire.
Igbo cultural values, like those of many other tribes, have been influenced negatively by Western culture. A scene from a recent cultural festival in Igboland
The Nigerian economy has rapidly become a gamblers haven. The airways, newspapers and magazines are so full of corporate sales promotions with mouth watering sums and prizes to win.
LAGOS â€” FORMER Â Chief Security officer to the late Head of State, GeneralÂ Sani Abacha, Major Hamza Al-Mustapha, was one of the high-profile inmates of the Kirikiri Maximum-Security Prison who welcomed Chief Bode George, a chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, to the prison on his arrival, Monday, Vanguard can authoritatively reveal.
Anambra State was carved out of the former, larger Anambra State on August 27, 1991. It is bounded by Delta State to the west, Imo State to the south, Enugu State to the east and Kogi State to the north.
NIGERIA, the giant of africa has been a victim of negative press and criticisim for a long time now.A lot of people all over the world believe Nigeria has nothing to offer.