Many keep up with the Kardashian-Jenners for various purposes; to love, to entertain themselves, to hate. Whatever the reason, they have become one of the most influential families in the fast-track showbiz world, and maybe beyond. I am not the most avid fan out there, but I do like to watch an episode of their […]
While were all busy minding our businesses this week, our Minister of Labour and Productivity, Dr Chris Ngige, went on Channels Television’s Sunrise Daily on Wednesday morning and said some rather inflammatory things. When asked about the current mass emigration of Nigerian doctors to various countries abroad, he said: “Who said we don’t have enough […]
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Lagos, the apparent centre of excellence, has now become the centre of overwhelmingly ridiculous traffic. I’m not talking about the ones where it’s a “we go little by little” situation, if it were the case I wouldn’t even be complaining. No, it’s the type of traffic where you spend
So I wrote this piece about two months ago for a contest. Ended up not winning it, but you never really lose in life, you only learn. It’s a fiction piece, one style of writing that is a mind challenge for me sometimes. This one was inspired by an issue that really breaks my heart. […]
On October 1st 1960, after many years of rule under the British Empire, Nigeria officially gained her independence. She became an autonomous nation, free to make decisions as she deemed fit. It’s 2018, freshly fifty-eight years post-independence. There is no colonialist rule on paper any more. There is, however, something deeper than that.
Alongside the ever-growing body of scientific research and breakthroughs, in the midst of all scholastic, artistic and political achievements being attained all over the world this year and the last, one movement really captured my heart. The last two years will forever go down in history as the period in which people actively took a […]