SARS on a killing spree in Nigeria
3 May 2019
At least five cases of extra-judicial killings by Nigeria’s anti-robbery squad, SARS were recorded in recent weeks, including the murder of Kolade Johnson, a young father, on Sunday, March 31. The police has unleashed terror on the citizens it is meant to protect, leaving sorrow, tears, and blood in their wake.
Servings of delight at the 2019 GTBank Food & Drink Festival
3 May 2019
The 2019 GTBank Food & Drink Festival has come and gone. There was a lot to eat and drink, and the masterclasses, featuring some of the most passionate food experts from around the world, lived up to the expectations of thousands of food lovers present at the four-day event. Guardian TV was there to capture it all.
Dr. Nesochi Okeke-Igbokwe speaks on common signs of autism in male and female child
27 Apr 2019
Nigeria records more than 100,000 cases of autism annually. As the globe marks World Autism Month, internal medicine physician Dr Nesochi Okeke-Igbokwe takes us into the world of autism, and explains why early recognition, as well as behavioural, educational, and family therapies, may reduce symptoms and support development and learning of people living with autism.
Sambisa Forest: A tourist centre
27 Apr 2019
Formerly a safari, the Sambisa forest, which covers an area of about 600,000 square kilometres, was captured by Boko Haram in 2013. After the Nigerian Army partially reclaimed the infamous kidnapping and killing field, the Nigerian government is now ready to restore the reclaimed forest to its old glory.
Mile 12: The food basket of Lagos
25 Apr 2019
There is a good reason why the Mile 12 Market is the food basket of Lagos. Mile 12 is arguably the most common name on the lips of many when it comes to food items in Lagos and its environs. And even with the threat by the Lagos State Government to relocate it, trading in this busy market continues to boom.
Scientists successfully print first 3D heart from human cells
24 Apr 2019
Hope rises for heart transplant patients after ground-breaking innovation. In about a decade from now, scientists hope to have man-made hearts suitable for transplant into humans after scientists in Israel unveiled a 3D print of a heart, complete with tissues and vessels.