Latest Articles by Joshua Chizurumoke Moses Contributor Relief materials meant for IDPs are being sold in open markets. The plight of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Nigeria continues to worsen as food and other materials donated by charitable organisations are diverted into the open markets for sale. Contributor Millions of Nigerian children are at risk of being denied an education. The rest of the world joined Africa to celebrate the African child on June 16. Contributor Yahaya Bello versus Dino Melaye: How this political dispute is endangering lives in Kogi state. The current dispute between Kogi state governor, Yahaya Bello and Senator Dino Melaye who represents Kogi west Senatorial zone, has taken a new dimension after three persons were killed during a rally staged by supporters... Contributor Here is why we agree with Saraki that Nigeria is a ticking time bomb that needs to be defused. Senate President Bukola Saraki says with no fewer than 10.5 million Nigerian children out of school, the country is sitting on a time bomb. Contributor Bauchi state’s plan to tax religious organisations is risky business. Bauchi state government’s plan to tax churches and mosques is a precarious venture that will generate discontent among the religious if it is implemented. Contributor South African equity investor set to increase power generation in Nigeria. The federal government is set to partner with South African equity investor, Simang Group and the Enugu state government to revive the coal industry for the benefit of the South East geopolitical zone. Contributor Why the federal government should not arrest and prosecute purveyors of fake news just yet. The federal government has announced that it will not relent until those behind the fake news phenomenon in the country are exposed and brought to justice.