A Blueprint for Igbo Economic Prosperity 

By Obi Aguocha Sir: As Nigeria marks 60 years of Independence from Britain; there is little or nothing to celebrate. Most of Nigeria’s peers in 1960 like Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia have left her behind. Every available development index from human capital development, gross domestic product, foreign reserves, local revenue and infrastructure are all pointing…

“Skills Now Matter More than Degrees” – Omokri Says 

By Henry Iheanacho Nigerian socio-political critic and author, Reno Omokri has shared his thoughts on the value of a degree, hours after a graduate burnt all his certificates over his inability to get a job. Ginna Crochets  The US-based pastor making his opinion known in a post via his official Instagram, said skills now matter…

25 Powerful Reno Omokri Nuggets 

By Akpoesiri Reno Omokri, a former media aide to ex-president Goodluck is known for sharing what he refers to as ‘nuggets’ on his social media handles. His nuggets are powerful quotes that both the young and the old can learn from. Reno is a Lawyer and author, he is also a known vocal critic of…

6 Things You Need To Stop Bragging About Immediately

By Akinwale Akinyoade It is human nature to brag, so it is not uncommon that now and then we brag about some things (that includes things we shouldn’t even be talking about). More often than not, the things we boast about to look good only makes us look worse to people. Bragging hurts your shine…

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…

Was Calabar Really the First Official Capital of Nigeria?

By Adaobi ON Abuja has been the capital of Nigeria since 1991, but prior to that, there have been other official and unofficial capitals. Lagos was the first official capital of Nigeria before the capital was moved to Abuja. See the other states that have claimed to have been capitals and why. Calabar is the…

“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…

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…

This Is How Covid-19 Will Change Us Forever

By Yen Choi  On 10 May, 2020.    Towards the end of 2020, I had great plans about a regular column: 2020 Vision Presented By The Guardian. Like many others, I had so many positive visions for the new decade, not only my own ideas, but visions for the new decade from lenses of others….

35 famous Karl Marx Quotes on Capitalism, Communism and Religion 

Written by Carol Karen   Education makes the world a better place by opening up our minds to limitless possibilities. Contemporary society is shaped by revolutionary scholars who studied the social and political ways of organizing and running the world. Karl Heinrich Marx was one of these important people. Over a hundred years after his…

Survival of Boko Haram is Crucial for Nigeria

By Editor On 24 March 2020.  Sir, This is how Christianity and Islam are responsible for the lawlessness of Nigeria rulers who ignore the Constitution that prohibits state religion and grants religious liberty and freedom of association to citizens, only so as to be able to be projecting Islam and Christianity as Nigeria’s religions, rather…