BUK Gets 36 New Professors, 40 Associate Professor

The 13th Governing Council of Bayero University, Kano at its 6th regular meeting held on Thursday, 7th March, 2019 approved the promotion of 36 new Professors and 40 others as Associate Professors, respectively. A statement signed by the University Registrar and Secretary to the Council, Hajiya Fatima Binta Mohammed, said all appointments took effect from […]


Algeria: Protesters go weird, ask the military to stay off

Thousands of students, university professors and health workers have rallied in Algiers calling for President Abdelaziz Bouteflika to quit. During Tuesday’s protests, a new group headed by activists and opposition figures warned the national army not to interfere in the month-long anti-Bouteflika demonstrations. In its first direct message to the army, the National Coordination for […]


Mourinho: Mbappe more valuable than Messi and Ronaldo

  Jose Mourinho believes Kylian Mbappe’s age and “incredible” ability makes him more valuable than even Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. Paris Saint-Germain star Mbappe has lifted the World Cup, won Ligue 1 twice, scored 55 top-flight goals and been voted fourth in the Ballon d’Or all before his 21st birthday. And it is his youth that former Manchester […]


Zamfara,learn from Borno please

By Abubakar Gambo I think there are some things Zamfara people need to learn from Borno in order to deal with the situation there before it completely goes out of hand. The most important is that, the state government and the people have to take the lead in saving the situation. Doesn’t matter how much […]


Bauchi Polls: Gov. Abubakar says he has President Buhari’s consent to go to court

Following a closed door meeting with the president today, Governor Muhammadu Abdullahi Abubakar of Bauchi state, said President Muhammadu Buhari had consented to his decision to go to court over the cancellation of re-run election in the state. Speaking to newsmen at the state house today, the governor said President Buhari advised him to pursue […]


My take on the New Zealand mosque attack By Ahmed Musa Hussain

White supremacist terrorists have always enjoyed special status in global response to terrorism and violence. The Western media cast them as mentally imbalanced kids and western politicians scramble to offer half-hearted sympathies that end up blaming the victims and humanising the perpetrators. This double standard and moral hypocrisy is responsible for the tragic terror attack […]