By Ramoni Kabiru Babatunde

Senate President Bukola Saraki (l) and Speaker Yakubu Dogara at a joint session

It is an indubitable fact that since 1999 when Nigeria returned from autocratic rule, every May 29 of the year, the nation… Continue reading

By Ramoni Kabiru Babatunde

Anyway, since development is a gradual and continuous process, the ‘Not too young to run’ bill recently passed by the Senate is a welcomed development but its workability depends on the functionality of some sectors.… Continue reading

By Suleiman Farinwata

Professor Faruk Haruna Abdulrasheed, Provost, Niger State College of Education Minna

The man himself

Professor Faruk Haruna Abdulrasheed came to Niger State College of Education Minna (C.O.E) 2009 as a young Professor of Physical Health Education to… Continue reading

By Suleiman Farinwata

Blessing Okagbare, leader of team Nigeria

IAAF is the international federation for athletics administration responsible for organizing athletics championship for elite athletes at both junior level which is the under- eighteen years category and the senior level… Continue reading

By Fatai Ibrahim

Minister of State for Environment, Ibrahim Usman Jibril

Success is no mystery; it is simply the result of consistently applying some basic principles – Shiv Khera

 The Federal Ministry of Environment basically is to “ensure environmental… Continue reading

By Ramoni Kabiru and Ogundotun Adeola

Without iota of skepticism, election is the most indispensable hallmark of democracy, and Nigeria should not be left out among the practitioners. Though election exists to bring about change in government, and not just… Continue reading

“The fear of death follows from the fear of life.

A man who lives fully is prepared to die at any time.”


By Mohammed Tukur Kele

James Mustapha Kpange Koroma

I have observed for a long time… Continue reading

By Ibrahim Abdulfatai

Hajiya Fatima Nwoye Madugu, Niger State Commissioner of Education, Science and Technology

“Some are born to be great; some achieve greatness while others have greatness thrust upon them” – Julius Caesar

The recent appointment of Hajiya Fatima… Continue reading

By Lukman Mohammed

The present spate of violence in the nation is unprecedented and perhaps only rivalled by that of the Nigerian Civil War.

Those who are privileged to witness the Biafran War in 1967 described the loss in terms… Continue reading

 By Nathaniel Baba

The ancient Lord Lugard “State House” on Baro Empire Hill. PICTURE: ISAH ABDULLAHI

The journey to Baro began with the decision and mandate of the editorial board of Newsline on Sunday to me to visit the… Continue reading