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Ahead Restructuring Plans: “Who’re the Middle-Belt of Nigeria” Questions Answered

by Achadu Gabriel, Kaduna The age-long questions about who really are the Middle-Belt of Nigeria and/or Nigerians or Middle-Belt of the Northern Nigeria or Middle-Belters of Nigerian have finally been answered in fullest. The physiologist or psychologist behind the true and historically definition was put together by Belt’s intellectuals; especially Dr. Mailafia Obadiah-led teams of researchers, as

Bishop Matthew Kukah Writes Sardauna Of Sokoto

An Open Letter To Alhaji Sir Ahmadu Bello, The Sardauna of Sokoto. (Sent by Achadu Gabriel, Kaduna) Bishop Matthew Kukah I am not sure I know how to address you, especially now that the formal Ranka ya dade is of no use to you since you are now in eternity. However, because this is

Why Chinese, Europeans, Arabs are my major partners – S/Kaduna Ginger dealer

...Says, “Nigerians don’t value it very well compared to foreigners.” by Achadu Gabriel, Kaduna SOUTHERN Kaduna Ginger is said to be one of the best produce in the whole world. If, given necessary attention, it can bring tremendous development because of its high demand in the international market. In this Interview with our correspondent, Achadu Gabriel, the

Benue, Taraba, others abandoning Northern Governors’ Forum?

by Achadu Gabriel, Kaduna Northern State Governors’ Forum (NSGF), the highest decision making organ of leaders of 19th northern region, is known as an unbiased regional body. The ownership of the popular New Nigerian Development Company (NNDC) and properties, and other assets that spread across the length and breadth of Nigeria may be dwindling. Over decades, the

Job Opportunities: Why Buhari Should Reopen Akassa Seaport Now

by Achadu Gabriel, Kaduna BAYELSA STATE – The promise made by President Muhammad Buhari administration to create million job opportunities for the teaming youth may not be a dream pipe or a myriad as being speculated in some quarters by millions of Nigerians. The impression on the “promise” has gained popularity and had been projected in

Blow-by-blow account of Southern Kaduna killings

…Analysis of 20 months of killing spree;  …With at least N400m paid as ransom paid – CAN.  As the onslaught on the Southern Kaduna minorities continues unabated, with 33 persons massacred in early August, 2020, our correspondent, Achadu Gabriel, chronicled the pathetic stories of attacks, kidnapping and killings across the zone, between January and August 2019 and in

Exploring National Eye Centre’s Master Plan Beyond 21st Century

…Land-grabbers threatening Centre’s mandate. by Achadu Gabriel, Kaduna Commissioned in December, 1992, with the core mandate to provide preventive, curative and rehabilitative eye care services to all Nigerians and even patients from the West African sub-region, the National Eye Centre has continued to doggedly pilot the ship of eye care services for Nigeria and beyond. Within the past 5

Kaduna National Eye Centre Updates Facilities

How National Eye Centre leads Nigeria’s eye care services. by Achadu Gabriel, Kaduna Dr. Mahmoud Alhassan Commissioned  in 1992, with mandate to provide preventive, curative and rehabilitative eye care services to all Nigerians and patients from the West African sub-region, National Eye Centre Kaduna has been fortunate to have reputable managerial teams, who ensured that the

Food eaten after 8pm is poisonous – health expert warns

(Being an archival article on health, published in our print media of February, 2013) Assorted foods Participants at the 4th Allure Vanguard Women on Wellness (WOW) seminal got a shocker recently when they learnt that foods eaten after 8:00pm were essentially poisonous to their body systems. But, the Guest Speaker at the seminar, erudite Professor of Anatomy