Revolutionary art work tagged “INSIDE ASO ROCK” an artistic representation of what’s going on inside Aso Rock Villa.


This painting by Mazi Daniel Awgu is a revolutionary painting created to change the way things work in Nigeria, change the mindsets of Nigerians, even in this current economic recession facing the country which has exposed the average Nigerian to hardship. In this interview our Nigerian correspondent, tried to find out why Mr. Daniel Agwu Nwankwo who refers to himself as a prophet with paint and brush conceived this idea, using the seat of government, Nigeria's Presidential Villa, Aso Rock Villa where the president lives and operates from as a focal point to drive home his message of change and hope to Nigerians. The painting is tagged "Inside Aso Rock".

Publish Date: Thursday, November 17th 2016 | Read Comments

RGU to outline energy career pathways at Nigeria and Ghana events

RGU Team L-R Ibiye Iyalla, Bassam Bjeirmi, Jamie Hastings, David Lonie and Charles Maddison

Robert Gordon University (RGU) will host a series of energy and engineering focused seminars in Ghana and Nigeria for prospective students keen to develop their careers or make a start in the oil and gas industry. The free sessions, which will be held in October and November, will feature presentations from four of the university’s lecturers and focus on the breadth of energy related courses on offer at RGU, and the career opportunities they can lead to. Ibiye Iyalla, course leader for MSc Subsea Engineering at the School of Engineering and Dr David Lonie, course leader for MSc IT for the Oil and Gas Industry at the School of Computing Science and Digital Media will both give presentations.

Publish Date: Tuesday, October 20th 2015 | Read Comments

Nigeria has always been within the grasp of terror

Long before the emergence of Boko Haram, the Nigerian Muslim population-especially those in the northern part-has always craved for a unifying leader. A leader that would lead based on the Sharia system. The amalgamation of the southern and northern protectorates in 1914 saw to the end of the last vestiges of the Uthman Dan Fodio Caliphate

Publish Date: Monday, June 22nd 2015 | Read Comments