28 C
Lagos,Nigeria
Sunday, April 18, 2021
Most popular News Paper

Ekiti 2018: Group Commends Fayemi’s Ban, Seeks Further Probe

Ekiti Citizenship and Governance Centre (ECGC), an Ekiti based socio-political organisation, has commended Governor Ayodele Fayose and his government for the ban placed on...

Ending the Season of Heady Herders

By Nnimmo Bassey The gruesome murder of our brothers, sisters and children in Benue State by herdsmen has taken the level of insecurity in Nigeria...
OrijoReporter.com, Lagos as a Fashion Capital in the World

Lagos as a Fashion Capital in the World

Paris, Milan, London and New York are the "Big Four" of global fashion. Everything that happens in the world of fashion, from the disruption...
OrijoReporter,com, beer facts

BEER: FACTS WOMEN MUST KNOW

A good percentage of women drink beer, however many know their limitations. It is said that about 75% of women over estimate the calorie...
kole adeshina

Power Generation: Why Investors are not smiling

Dateline: June 2012, Egbin Power Plant. The 4 unit Gas powered Electricity generating plant wore the look of a consignment set aside for a...

‘Remembering Christmas’ By Reuben Abati

Christmas looks so different these days from what it was when I was growing up. It is so different it is almost unrecognizable. In...

Stay connected

7,510FansLike
6FollowersFollow
762FollowersFollow
1,916FollowersFollow
- Advertisement -

Latest article

Bigi Drinks lauded for Supporting Entertainment Industry

Music enthusiasts have commended Rite Foods’ Bigi brand for the promotion of talents in the sector, through its Bigi brand. They spoke at the...

JAMB bans parents from UTME venues

The Registrar of Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), Prof. Is’haq Oloyede, has ordered all CBT Centres across the country not to allow parents/guardians...

Printing of N60bn: PDP demands finance minister’s sack

The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, has called for the removal of Finance Minister, Hajia Zainab Ahmed, over the controversial printing of N60bn by the...
Advertisement