How Feminism Really Started Off In The Holy Bible?

Amnesia, not the lack of history, is the most problem for feminism today. Let us therefore refresh our memories- Karren Offen, European Feminism Feminism came into limelight in the fifteen century – during Renaissance Age. And it was popularized in the Age of Enlightenment, in seventeen century, as well, according to Mary Wallstonecraft, a writer.... Continue Reading →

Efunsetan Aniwura: Tragedy Of An African Heroine

Efunsetan Aniwura's name is a popular name in the Yoruba nation. Though her name has been stigmatized among many as evil by the contemporary by storytellers, however, she remained one of the most powerful Yoruba personalities in recent time. She was born around 1790’s in a little town in Egbaland. Her father was Ogunrin, who... Continue Reading →

How To Conquer Nigeria’s Biggest Problem?

Former chairman of Nigeria’s Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in the last election, Prof. Attahiru Jega, has said that Nigeria’s biggest problem to its democracy is the corrupt politicians. He said this in one of the National dailies, Vanguard newspaper, a few days ago. This timely statement came at no better time than now. Interestingly, Nigeria has... Continue Reading →

Why International Women’s Day Matters, In Africa?

"Nothing in life is just handed over on a silver platter. You have to earn it, be dedicated to it, and be passionate about it."- Olivia Charlio Little is known about the International Women’s Day among the lower class members of the society in Africa. Though, the Day is popular occasion among the upper-class groups and... Continue Reading →

Why Are Nigeria Christians Mere Glory-Seekers?

An old missionary-man returns home from Africa, after 24-year in the mission field. Incidentally, the president of the United State of America is aboard the same ship. Barely Getting off from the ship, they are welcomed to a loud reception by the cheering crowds. Interestingly, the president is given a warm red-carpets and honours. Sadly, the... Continue Reading →

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