Exclusive: Read What Reekado Banks Has To Say About D’banj’s Possible Comebank

In this exclusive interview, Mavin Records rising star, Reekado Banks talked to Naij.com about the difference between the Supreme Mavin Dynasty and Mavin Records. He also discussed the possible comeback of the dynamic duo of D’Banj and Don Jazzy, as well as his label mates, Di’ja and Korede Bello.

Diaspora Nigerians To Raise Fund For Boko Haram Victims

The Nigerians in Diaspora Organisation (NIDO) has said that it would soon initiate an appeal fund to assist Boko Haram victims. The Chairman Board of Trustees of NIDO, Dr George Manuwuike, said this on Tuesday in Abuja during an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria.

APC leaders plotting for 2019 are playing god — Oyegun

By SIMON EBEGBULEM, BENIN-CITY Chief John Odigie-Oyegun, the National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), has been on the hot seat since his party emerged as the ruling party in Nigeria. Seeing the former  Permanent Secretary, last week, at his residence in GRA, Benin-City, you will behold a troubled

Interview: Yuzah’s Managing Director, Ovo Emorhokpor, spills about the diesel industry

Yuzah has been tagged Uber for Diesel; a tag the startup is wearing comfortably. Not the most original analogy, but effective. The startup recently scooped up the 1 million naira prize money in the Airtel catapult-a-startup competition along with six other startups.

My mathematical game makes primary one child solve WAEC mathematics – Dikeoha Okwu


By Fred Iwejora Dr. Dikeoha Okwu studied at Corpus Christi College, Achi, Oji River LGA of Enugu State, and he went on to the University of California, Berkeley, Carlifornia, USA, where he majored in mathematics games and methods. After his years in the United States, Okwu returned to Nigeria and

Bishop who teaches Islam


When at the height of the Kaduna religious riots of 2000, Idowu-Fearon, against all odds, established a centre for the study of Islam in his Kaduna Diocese, a cross section of his flock virtually demanded for his head, calling him all manner of names including that of a Muslim Bishop,

Buhari, Nigeria will benefit from APC crisis—Ogunlewe, Ex Minister of Works


Former Minister of works and chieftain of the People’s Democratic Party, PDP, Sen Adeseye Ogunlewe has described the composition of the principal officers at the National Assembly as the best that has happened to the country. In an interview with Saturday Vangaurd at his Ogudu, Lagos residence, Sen Ogunlewe stated

Part-time, unicameral legislature better for Nigeria, says Lawmaker


While many legislators in Nigeria would get provoked by calls for a part-time legislature that should involve scrapping the Senate, Rotimi Olowo, the representative of Shomolu Constituency 1 at the Lagos State House of Assembly, gives reasons why he prefers both in this interview with journalists including Eromosele Ebhomele Q:

National Assembly crisis, a major lesson for us – Agunbiade

Sanai Agubiade, Majority Leader of the Lagos State House of Assembly The Majority Leader of the Lagos State House of Assembly, Sanai Agunbiade, like most Nigerians, is not happy with the leadership crisis that has almost halted activities at the National Assembly. He speaks with EROMOSELE EBHOMELE and other journalists

APC leaders are poor students of history — Senator Roland Owei


Senator Rowland Owie is a former Chief Whip of the Senate and a chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). In this interview, Owie speaks on the crisis in the National Assembly, faulting the leadership of the All Progressives Congress (APC) for picking principal officers for the lawmakers. He admonishes

Why Falcons, Flying Eagles Failed At World Cups


FIFA licensed agent Princely Nwanfor in this interview gives reasons the Super Falcons and the Flying Eagles crashed out of the FIFA Women’s World Cup and the U-20 World Cup respectively. Why do you think Nigerian footballers are not rated well in the transfer market?

Budget Will Never Keep Me From Expressing Myself” – Stanlee Ohikhuare, The ‘Conscience’ Film-maker and Surreal Artist


Stanlee Ohikhuare runs Mighty Jot Studios, which he established in 2005.  The multi-talented artist – visual artist, photographer, award-winning cinematographer and film director – discusses his career, during which he has shot Kpians – The Feast of Souls, Oblivious, Sting, Horn-free Day, Verdict, Tunnel, Common Man, Stupid Movie and the

I cannot rest when the world is being terrorised — Prof. Ibrahim Gambari


’The odds against Boko Haram amnesty’ Professor Ibrahim Gambari was Nigeria’s Minister of Foreign Affairs during General Muhammadu Buhari’s first coming as Head of State in 1984. He moved on to serve at the United Nations as Nigeria’s Permanent Representative and was the Chairman of the National Anti-Apartheid Committee for

‘It’s Too Early To Compare Me With Ikuforiji’


For the first time since 1999 when Mudashiru Obasa, the Speaker of the Lagos State House of Assembly, came into politics, he got to understand what true politicking is about in the last few weeks while aspiring for the position of the Speaker of the House. Just a week old