The next paper in the stack comes much later into the war, shortly after the Tehran Conference, the first tripartite meeting of the Allied Leaders: 1,025 more words
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Do newspapers deserve to survive?
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They have become ever less repository of fact and ever more sounding boards of opinion. It is not the facts that they offer, but knowledge of what you think you ought to think about those facts….Reading a newspaper nowadays is increasingly like attending a church in which the doctrine is read out to the faithful.
The National Assembly has been advised to urgently pass legislation on sensitive information in order to safeguard Nigeria’s economic and military secrets from prying eyes. 248 more words
Wife of late Dr Iyke Samuel Enemuo who died of Ebola disease in Port Harcourt has been moved to the quarantine centre in Lagos.
Rivers State Commissioner for Health, Dr Sampson Parker who disclosed this yesterday at a briefing in Port Harcourt, gave the name of the Nigerian Diplomat working with the Economic Community of West Africa States, ECOWAS, who was treated by late Dr Enemuo in Port Harcourt as Olu Ibikunle Koye. 452 more words