Opinion: Tinubu Might Do a Goldwater

By Mahmud Jega When I heard that Asiwaju Bola Tinubu had been appointed to head a team to achieve “reconciliation” within the fractious ruling All Progressives Congress [APC], I briefly wondered what was going on in the mind of President Muhammadu Buhari, who made the appointment. I also wondered what must have crossed the mind…

‘Why You Should Treat Your Employees Like Your Most Loyal Customers’

By Brigette Hyacinth Many companies invest heavily to improve the customer experience but side-line employees who are responsible for delivering that experience. What some organizations forget is that their employees are their first and most important customers (internal). They use your tools and systems and they know first-hand about your culture. Business success starts with…

“Black Panther” Premieres at the Film House, Lekki, Lagos

By Bamidele Salako                                                                         Photos: Segun Lawal Highly anticipated Marvel movie, ‘’BLACK PANTHER’’  premiered in a worldwide release yesterday, with drooling movie buffs flooding the film house Lekki, Lagos, to take in what was expected to be an awesome cinematic experience. Caity Keegan, Bart Thiltgen & Laura Fields The premiere was hosted by the US Consulate…

Kwankwaso: One Leg APC, One Leg PDP

By Eric Elezuo The bid for Nigeria’s highest office is heating up and getting dicier as a growing number of political heavyweights continue to throw their hats into the ring. Among them is the strong man of Kano politics, Alhaji Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso, the inspiration behind the popular Kwankwasiyya Movement that has made and continues…

PEARL Awards is Not Sentiment Based, But Scientifically Proven with Empirical Data – Tayo Orekoya

By Eric Elezuo With an intimidating academic, financial and professional background, TAYO OREKOYA sits atop the prestigious PEARLS AWARDS NIGERIA, as founder and president. In this interview, he highlighted the qualities that make him thick, and those never seen or heard about criteria that determine what quoted company carts away the much sought after PEARL…

People Living with Disabilities Must Be Treated as Equal Members of Society – Abiodun Paseda

By Eric Elezuo He does not live with a physical or mental disability, but Abiodun Enilari Paseda, a Business Administration and Marketing Management graduate of the Ogun State University, Ago Iwoye, and  University College, Birmingham, respectively, is consumed by a burning passion to alleviate the plight of the disabled and the needy in the society….

Ladipo Traders are Solidly Behind Ambode – Jude Nwankwo, Vice President, Ladipo Market Traders Association

Interview: Bamidele Salako                                                                                        Photos: Ken Ehimen Following Governor Akinwunmi Ambode’s recent visit to Ladipo International Auto Spare Parts Market along Oshoshi-Apapa Expressway, to solicit the support of traders there, Jude Nwankwo, Vice President of the market’s traders’ association has expressed the traders’ unflinching support for the state government’s ongoing rehabilitation of link roads in and…

Pro-Buhari Protesters Put Spanner in Wheels of Tinubu’s Reconciliation Protest

In what seems like wrong timing, a group calling on President Muhammadu Buhari to seek reelection, yesterday stormed the All Progressives Congress (APC) Abuja headquarters in their hundreds, declaring their intention to prevail on the president to contest the 2019 election as well as calling for the resignation or sack of the party chairman, Chief…

Lagos Leads on INEC List of Registered Voters, Bayelsa Trails

The North-West geopolitical zone has the highest number of registered voters in the country with a total of 18,505,984 voters, according to statistics obtained by The PUNCH from the Independent National Electoral Commission. The South-West zone, which comprises Ekiti, Lagos, Ondo, Ogun, Osun and Oyo states, comes second with a total number of 14,626,800 registered…