If 10,000 Primary Health Centres are provided …

Hamzat Lawal February 5, 2016 0

If the Minister of Health, Professor Isaac Adewole, and his Ministry complete the building and upgrading of at least 10,000 Primary Health Care Centres across the entire 774 local government...

Where Techies Come Together to Promote Peace: The Tech Camp in Niamey

Hamzat Lawal February 4, 2016 0

Over 65 participants: religious leaders and young people, from across the Niger and the Sahel met in Niamey to participate in the first TechCamp Program of the International Information of the...

How Nigeria lost 3.3 billion dollars through tax exempts: The ActionAid report

Hamzat Lawal January 20, 2016 0

It was apparent that everyone sitted in the Acacia Room of the Ladi Kwali Hall in Sheraton Hotels & Towers, Abuja were interested in the reason for the event – Nigeria had lost 3.3 billion...

Lassa: The Bleeding Fever

Hamzat Lawal January 19, 2016 0

Patients experience fever, nausea, diarrhoea, meningitis and in severe cases bleeding from orifices such as the eyes and the eyes, a complication that leads to death. The mortality rate is...

#PowerUpShere: An Isolated Community in The Federal Capital

Hamzat Lawal January 18, 2016 0

Ever imagined there is a community in the Federal Capital Territory that never had access to electricity? You will be shocked to discover there is, and that community is Shere which is under the...

Skin & Bones: The Great Green Wall Project

Hamzat Lawal January 7, 2016 0

The dry, dusty trade wind, blows over the West African subcontinent thinly coating surfaces with dust, cracking up skins and drying up moisture in the atmosphere. Harmattan – the yearly...

2016: ON THE PREMISE OF CHANGE

Hamzat Lawal January 4, 2016 0

Happy New Year!!! Welcome to 2016; as we slowly and sadly leave the holidays and kick-start the year let’s look at what trends are expected to shape Nigeria socio-economically as many people...

Democracy for the Fishes: A Tale of the Nigerian Legislative Arm!

Oludotun Babayemi December 31, 2015 0

Would it not be “okay” if the Nigeria National Assembly have 36 members in the upper and lower house, while it coordinates with the State house of Assembly members? and if you are still wondering...

The #OpenDataParty : Enhancing Data Literacy in Nigeria

codepress December 16, 2015 0

“I felt excited like a child learning new stuffs I never knew before. It was hands on learning. Great experience. I’ll attend open data events over in the future.” –...

Breaking The Corruption Chain

Hamzat Lawal December 15, 2015 0

SDG Goal 1 – No Poverty The 9th of December of every year since 2005 is set aside by the United Nations as the “International Anti-Corruption” day as adopted by the United Nations Office on...