COVID-19 and the Coming Baby Boom

By Fr George Adimike On 10 July 2020.  Health officials collect a nasal swab sample from a man to test for the COVID-19 coronavirus, at a civil hospital in Amritsar on July 10, 2020. – India on July 6 became the country with the third-highest coronavirus caseload in the world, as a group of scientists…

“He Treated His Father with Contempt While He Was Dying with Alzheimer’s Disease” – Read Some of the Damning Allegations Trump’s Niece, Mary Wrote in New Book 

  Donald Trump’s niece, Mary Trump, has made mind blowing allegations against the US President, revealing a series of mind games and family drama in a new book her family attempted to block. The new book titled “Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man” presents a damning portrait…

The Man’s Father…

Nature has been so kind to man that in every generation, in every village and family, she would bless the human race with people bestowed with exceptionally great ability. In the eastern region, Umuoba was counted as one of the villages endowed with such men. The priority and order of the day were farming, and…

The Boy Who Became Man

The pregnant woman, at her first sign of labour, thought it was time for her to be delivered of her baby. If she eventually gave birth to the baby prematurely, what happens next? Long ago, a little boy of six found himself in Aguedo thick forest. Looking for a way out, he found himself in…

How Nigeria Started Using Naira and Kobo.

  History of the Nigerian currency  Before the west African currency board was found, Nigeria already had its own currency in the form of cowries and manilas. The board was charged of issuing currency notes in the country. This was during the time of colonial masters 1912 to 1959. Ginna Crochets * Nigerian currency notes…

A Country Miles Away From Destruction By Yakub Jide Yahaya

  Nepotism has infiltrated the Nigerian institutions, and this continues to brew the growing tension between all ethnic groups. Tribalism is the new political card for attaining political positions and the northern part of Nigeria continue to impose itself through its population to determine leadership during general elections. Arise o Nigerians to the clarion call…

APC Crisis Is Good For Nigeria By Fredrick Nwabufo

  With the raging crisis in the APC, Nigerians can see clearly the failures of the ruling party in handling its own matters and can relate them to the approach the party takes to the governance of the country. All Progressives Congress is on the cusp of an implosion. The crisis in the party has…

Can African Countries End Rape?

By Wole Oladapo | 11 June 2020. A colleague of mine asked on Facebook if rape is an African problem. The question generated an interesting discussion characteristic of social media ‘intellectuals’. Expectedly, many of the discussants only directed their indignation at the symptom, leaving the cause unruffled. Others devoted their outrage to flogging the wrong…

What We Submitted to US Department that Rattled Presidency — IPOB

On June 11, 2020. By Anayo Okoli The Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, has released the document it submitted to the United States Department that triggered panic in the Presidency; which accused the IPOB of engaging in international propaganda, accusing the Federal Government of prosecuting Christians. IPOB’s submission entitled, “Nigeria: A history of serial genocide…