Author: Johnstone Kpilaakaa
Odinaka Kingsley Obeta, the visionary behind Block Malaria Africa Initiative (formerly Jos Block Malaria), has been named among the top three finalists for the 2023 Recognising Excellence Around Champions of Health (REACH) Awards. Chosen from a pool of over 800 nominations, Mr Obeta emerged as one of the standout nominees, as declared by the organisers […]
On Wednesday, the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) suspended the operations of Boeing B737 aircraft in Max Air’s fleet following an investigation by David Hundeyin’s West Africa Weekly regarding continued safety breaches by the airline. These breaches include the loss of a main landing gear wheel involving B737-400 during a Yola-Abuja flight, fuel contamination of B737-300 […]
Twenty years after, the market is yet to be rebuilt despite over ₦1.13 billion budgetary allocation by the Plateau state government.
In 2018, Agnes Onyekwere graduated as one of the pioneer first-class graduates at the Department of Mass Communication, University of Jos, she thereafter landed a managerial role at an online radio station based in Jos but a few years in “I was feeling empty, I did not feel like I was making impact anymore — […]
Through the #AJebbuChristmas, Jebbu Miango Reads (JMR), a non-governmental organisation in the community celebrated this year’s yuletide with over 1000 displaced children at the Jebbu Miango community. 2021 has been a difficult year for the residents of this community who are mostly peasant farmers. More than 70 people have been killed between July and August […]
Desmond Tutu, a South African Anglican bishop and theologian, known for his work as an anti-apartheid and human rights activist died today at the age of 90.
The position of Registrar at the University of Jos will be vacant on June 24, 2022. Here’s how interested candidates with requisite qualifications and experience can apply for the post of Registrar, University of Jos.
Esther Sahmah Binkap, a final year student of the department of Linguistics and Nigerian Languages at the University of Jos became the first female to contest for the presidency in the University’s Faculty of Arts
The 14th Governing Council of the University of Jos has approved the appointment of a new Vice-Chancellor for the University. He is Professor Tanko Ishaya who is currently the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic), University of Jos. This follows the Council’s consideration of the recommendation of the Joint Council and Senate Selection Board at the Council’s Special Meeting held on Friday […]
Since 2016, the Convergence24 has continued to annually bring Christians irrespective of denomination, who are available to put everything aside with the one purpose of raising our voice in the oneness of worship before Yahweh on behalf of the nation, taking a position that will draw upon us the release of Yahweh’s mercy and power […]