Celebrating African War Heroes

Every culture has its heroes, and every heroes has its story. The history of a culture is incomplete without that story of the heroes being told. Unarguably Napoleon Bonaparte was among the most decorated war heroes of all times. He conquered Europe for France in the 19th centuries and he was forever respected. Wilson Churchill... Continue Reading →

A Young African Manifestos

What they make of me Because my land had been colonized and undergoing recolonization daily, no place is safe. Because I have been looted and exploited centuries past, I see a continent of beggars and pity by outsiders. Because my ancestors’s religion and language have been replaced by foreigners own, I have lost my true compass.... Continue Reading →

Lagos State: How Apapa Gridlock Leads To Surging Heavy Traffic On The Island?

Jakes: Hello. Do you have fruits to buy? Trader: Sorry, I do not have. Jakes: Why? Trader: It’s been a while I sold fruits oh! I have stopped selling since customers are no more coming (sighing). Reason is because Lorries are parked on both sides of the road for days have chased off customers from... Continue Reading →

President Buhari Muhammadu Declarations For Election: Youths, Now What?

The anticipation of doubts regarding President Buhari seeking re-election, come 2019, for months have finally come to an end after the president publicly declared for president, a few days ago. Though Nigeria past leaders including former President Olusegun Obasanjo, General Ibrahim Babaginda, among others have encouraged the presidency to shelve the idea sighting the hardships... 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 →

Oke-Ogun For Governorship Slot: An Idea Whose Time Has Come

Audio Version Oke-Ogun For Governorship Slot: An Idea Whose Time Has Come A couple of days ago, I read in an unknown National Daily and social network, Whatsapp that a social-cultural group in Ibadan land, Ibadan Equity Forum, spoke with one voice. The outcome of the emergency meeting, according to its publicity secretary, Sola Adio,... Continue Reading →

Why Is Nigeria A ShitHole?

Recently, African countries were addressed as shitholes nations, by the President of United States of America, Donald Trump. The aftermath of the statements gathered so many dusks yet to settle from different quarters, among native Africa descent, home and abroad. Besides, the Africa leaders across the continent spat fire. However, they demanded that such statement... Continue Reading →

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