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November 21, 2011

The online editor of DailyTimes was also robbed and beaten up in the operation which lasted for hours.

The online editor of DailyTimes was robbed in the early hours of Saturday. Cheta Nwanze, who lives in the Ojodu area of Lagos, had his car stolen as well as his laptop computer and other valuables.

November 10, 2011

Experienced investigative journalists will be speaking at a forum aimed at strenthening the role of the media in Nigeria.

The maiden edition of the Nigerian Investigative Journalism Network (NIJN), themed "Investigative Journalism as a Social Restorative Tool and the Need for an Enabling Environment", holds today in Lagos.

October 26, 2011

The fact that many young athletes do not know about the illegality of some substances is an indictment of the National Olympic Committee.

Editor's note: continued from last week, this is the concluding part.

October 15, 2011

The plays will be considered by a panel for inclusion in an anthology plays to be published in 2012

Opon Ifa Reviews has announced a call for submissions for an anthology of plays related to the Nigeria-Biafra war of 1967 - 1970.

The works shall be considered for inclusion in the anthology, in a press release by the coordinators of the project. The works shall  focus on (though not exclusively) responses to the conflict, historical memory, displacement, experiences of refugees, peace, and reconciliation.

The plays will be considered by a panel for inclusion in an anthology plays to be published in 2012.

October 6, 2011

A potbelly that develops from drinking too much beer will be a “hard” potbelly.

Editor's note: continued from last week, this is the concluding part.

October 6, 2011

However, those countries that have supported the actions of these ‘rebel-rousers’ should not in future point fingers at any one else but themselves when the chicken comes home to roost.

Editor's note: continued from last week, this is the concluding part.

September 27, 2011

The solution is not to build more universities or to send our children to school in foreign lands.  The children will finish school and either remain in Diaspora or come home to nothing. 

Editor's note: Continued from yesterday, this is the concluding part.

September 24, 2011

Yomi Omogbeja, the editor of AthleticsAfrica, bags the SABC-Telkom-Highway Africa New Media Awards 2011

A Nigerian, Yomi Omogbeja, the Editor of AthleticsAfrica, has been awarded the SABC-Telkom-Highway Africa New Media Awards 2011 (Individual Category) for the “Innovative use of New Media in Africa” Journalism at the gala dinner and awards ceremony held in Cape Town, South Africa.

The 15th Highway Africa Conference, a meeting point for Africa’s new media leaders, was for the first time held outside of Grahamstown, at the Cape Town International Conference Centre from 17-19 September 2011.

September 22, 2011

Finding a partner: This is a very tricky issue and you must pay more than the usual attention. In fact because of how tricky it is, for the first time I will be addressing male and female foreigners separately.


This is a very tricky issue and you must pay more than the usual attention. Take out your notepad and jot if you must. Call up my editor if you have problems- he has my number. In fact because of how tricky it is, for the first time I will be addressing male and female foreigners separately. And emm, for you who are gay, don’t worry, I have a little something for you too. I believe in equal opportunities, you know...

July 12, 2011

Today, it’s the Police HQ in Abuja; tomorrow, how do we know it will not be our airports, hotels, night clubs and cinemas?

Editor's note: Continued from yesterday, this is the concluding part

June 3, 2011

Ozioma wanted to tell Tunde that what he was doing down there with his tongue was ticklish, but she was trying so hard not to laugh that she did not know when she peed.

The best sex is the type you indulge in at the movies and in novels. Everything is peachy. The sex is out of this world; women are always awed by the size of the man (even though the rest of us are probably looking at the dude and thinking, "there's no way in hell this fella can be that hung!") She can bend all the way from Sokoto to Maidugri and Lagos.

January 6, 2011

Central Bank of Nigeria Governor, Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, has bagged the award for the world’s best Central Bank Governor of the year 2010. The award, which also included that of the African continent’s best Central Bank Governor, was conferred on Sanusi by The Banker, a publication of the Financial Times of London.

Mr. Brian Caplen who is the Editor of the magazine disclosed that Sanusi was chosen unanimously during the selection.