Ladipo Market To Be Shut Over Crisis


The Executive Secretary of Mushin Local Government Area of Lagos State, western Nigeria, Mr Babajide Bello has threatened to close down Ladipo Market if the crisis rocking the auto spare parts market persists. Bello, who gave the warning at the weekend during interaction with journalists, said he cannot fold his

LASU VC Brought Crisis On Himself —ASUU


Damilare Okunola The national leadership of the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, has berated the Vice Chancellor of the Lagos State University, LASU, Professor John Obafunwa, stating that he brought all the anomalies in the institution on himself.

LASU Crisis: VC Must Go, Workers Insist


Kazeem Ugbodaga The crisis engulfing Lagos State University, LASU, Lagos, southwest Nigeria, seems to know no end as lecturers and other staff of the institution have vowed that the Vice Chancellor, Prof. John Obafunwa must leave the school before peace can reign.

Lessons From The NLC Election Crisis


By Ayo OyozeBaje Elections have become a do-or-die affair in Nigeria because of the sheer attraction and perquisites of office, rather than any sincere motive ‘to serve the people’. That perhaps explains the recent crisis that rocked the re-scheduled Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) election after the botched one that was

Labour Party Sues For Peace Within NLC

The Caretaker Committee Chairman of the Labour Party, Comrade Salisu Mohammed, has appealed to all those that contested in the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) election, to sheath their swords in order to have a united labour front. Addressing a news conference  in Abuja on the crisis rocking the NLC in

Farmers, Fulani Herdsmen Crisis: Mark Urges Cooperation Between Benue, Nasarawa Govts

The Senate President, Senator David Mark has asked both the Benue and Nasarawa State governments to cooperate among themselves in a bid to find an amicable solution to the unending Agatu farmers/ Fulani herdsmen crisis. Mark spoke in the course of his senatorial campaign, at Agatu and Apa Local Government

Fierce Tension Ensues In Gabon Over President Bongo’s Nigerian Lineage

There have been deep rooted speculations over the nationality of the Gabonese president Ali Bongo, with many suggesting that he is of Nigerian heritage. At the moment there is crisis in the Central African country and part of the grievances is that they cannot have a foreigner (Nigerian) ruling them.