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…

We Must Renounce our Tribal Identities ; I’m Nigerian Not Igbo

June 06 2020 By Fredrick Nwabufo   The recent current of the #BlackLivesMatter movement in the US has surged tremendously in Nigeria – a country in the thrall of its own unique kind of ‘’racism’’ – tribalism. Nigerians held protests at the embassy of the US in Abuja, condemning the murder of George Floyd, an…

Ginnyent’s Maths Tutorial Update

It’s been a while here. We are very sorry for the break in our Mathematics tutorial. We really have been working hard behind the scene to make your stay on our site memorable and satisfying. We are launching our maths tutorial video sessions this month of June. Every Monday, we will bring you one of…

Eradicating the 12 Dominant Poverties In Nigeria 

  When most people speak about POVERTY in Nigeria; they mean financial scarcity and penury that most experience. But beyond just financial; there are plenty of other manifestations of poverty in Nigeria that need to be addressed if we are to advance as a nation.  Responsibility is the price of greatness. It means that for…

Nnamdi Azikiwe’s Address To The Igbo People In 1949!

  In the following address given eleven years before Nigerian independence, Nnamdi Azikiwe calls for self-determination for the IGBO as they along with other ethnic groups march toward an inevitably free Nigeria.  This address was delivered at  the IGBO State Assembly held at Aba, Nigeria, on Saturday, June 25, 1949. Harbingers of a new day…