The recent developments in the education sector leave much to be desired. The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) stated that Nigeriaâ€™s illiteracy rate is about 45 percent. Unarguably, the problem has a lot to do with corruption that has led to systemic failure in our society today. Yet, an uneducated society is simply a doomed society. The rate of growth and developmen ...Read more ›
Face off is a live question and answer communication debate between Political parties contesting for the state governorship, National and State assembly, it is a show that allows the debaters to exchange question or provide answers. It’s also a platform for legislators to come and sort out issues.
But it is of the view that the Social media networks can spell doom for one or an entity sometime depending on your views. On Face Off today, our host Nneota had two IT Specialists, Tolu Ogunlesi and Gbenga Sesan to further enlighten viewers on why or not social media should be restricted. ...Read more ›
Analysts, Liborous Oshomah and Fred Nzeako were on Face Off to take a look at the pros and cons of allowing State Police In Nigeria. ...Read more ›
The ills and advantages of these laws were brought to light on Face Off this week. Watch for more details... ...Read more ›
On FaceOff this week, the spotlight moved on to the issue of pension in the nation, with reports of harrowing experiences of these pensioners who have served their fatherland during their younger days. A pensioner Femi Phillips pointed accusing fingers at a Mr.Adodo who is a state coordinator for Federal pensioners saying him and his cohorts devised ways of shortchanging these pensioners of their pensions, ...Read more ›