Children Burnt For Witchcraft In Central Nigeria By Leo Igwe

  Some months ago, some national dailies reported the case of two children who were accused of witchcraft and subsequently set ablaze in Plateau State in central Nigeria. Some months ago, some national dailies reported the case of two children who were accused of witchcraft and subsequently set ablaze in Plateau State in central Nigeria….

Nigerian Youths Have Potentials, They Only Need Guidance’

By Ijeoma Thomas-Odia   Chisom Udeoba is the Creative Director of Creatives in Africa, a group of Nigerian creative content creators. The 22-year-old graduate of Nnamdi Azikiwe University, who is currently doing her National Youth Service in Ibadan, Oyo State, is an author, who has spoken on different stages, including the Tedx. In 2018, she…

This Is Why Our Nigerian Languages Are Fading

By Jesupemi Are On  26 July 2020.  It’s no news that we currently face a language problem. Nigerian languages seem to be fading into the sunset with each generation. We are quick to blame this on parents not speaking their local dialect to their children. No one can really fault the children, but what about…

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…

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…

WHO Treats Madagascar Like Biafra

On May 23, 2020. By Emeka Obasi Malnutrition killed more Biafrans than bombs and bullets during the Civil War until some paediatricians led by Theodore Chukwunyere Okeahialam, Winifred Kaine and Aaron Ifegbuni came out with what became known as the Kwashiorkor Mixture in 1968. It was a formula made by Africans with no foreign contribution…

10 Funny Superstitious Beliefs Every Nigerian Has Heard 

  Many Nigerians grew up hearing about these superstitions, which grew out of fear of the unknown. There are more than a hundred superstitions we heard from friends and family, growing up. Superstitions is a belief in supernatural causality that can be linked to a fear of the unknown. When one event causes another without…

HALF OF A YELLOW SUN: Chimamanda Describes Plagiarism Allegation as Laughable 

On March 17, 2020.  Award-winning author, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, has dismissed allegations of plagiarism levelled against her by Anne Giwa-Amu. She stated this in statement by Wylie Agency made on her behalf. The statement reads:” We, the Wylie Agency, are Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s literary agents. In 2016, Anne Giwa-Amu brought a legal claim against Chimamanda…

Almajiri: Why North Should Own Its Problem By Olabisi Deji-Folutile

  The truth is, the north cannot continue to depend on the Federal Government to solve its regional problem except it does not want to be fair to other parts of the country. Of recent, a preponderant number of Northern elite have been talking about the social and security threats posed by the army of…

Nigeria: The God That Failed In Africa By Bayo Oluwasanmi

History informs us that nations rise and fall. With all the obvious indices of failed state, Nigeria has fallen. Nigeria is on progressive march towards disintegration. It’s too late to halt the advancement to separation. This is a blessing in disguise. Let’s all embrace the opportunity. Let’s part ways from a barren and backward union….