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The New King: Olu of Warri

There’s A New King In Town! The Ogiame Atuwatse III, formerly known as Omoba Tshola Emiko, has been crowned as the 21st Olu of Warri Kingdom. The coronation today in the ancient...

Fatyitmwa Sandra Ajik’s Mission to Better Learning Environments

The current state of education in Nigeria is a cause of concern to every well-meaning Nigerian who recognizes the value of education in the development of our Nation. The Basic...

The African Culture

Our culture provides us with an ethos we must honour in both thought and practice. For culture is here defined as the totality of thought and practice by which a people creates...

Beautiful Chaos – An Art Goer’s Experience

They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but if it is, how do we then perceive chaos?...

Herbert Macaulay: The Father of Nigerian Nationalism

Although favoured by the British, his cause soon turned against them, becoming the voice for his people. He knew what he wanted and capitalised on his opportunistic streak to get...

The Urhobo Tribe (Delta State)

The Urhobo tribe is one of those few groups without a documented history (unfortunately), probably because there is some absence of European record in their history. HISTORY Oral...

Kenneth David Kaunda – The Father of Zambia

Kenneth Kaunda was widely revered as not only the liberator of Zambia but one of the legends of the African Decolonization and Independence struggle....

Dora Akunyili: A Dedicated Public Servant

Among the public servants to serve Nigeria, Dora Akunyili was one that stood out. Her passion for change transformed the drug industry and made the country better....

A History of Injustice: The Otokoto ‘Riots’ of 1996

In September 1996, an 11-year old Groundnut hawker named Okoronkwo was lured into a hotel in Owerri and beheaded. ...

THE EVOLUTION OF BLAQBONEZ FROM BATTLE RAP TO MAINSTREAM

Blaqbonez’s journey as a rapper is not one that had a straight trajectory. However, it seems right from when he set his foot in the booth, he knew he wanted to go...