'Kunle Adebajo

December 21, 2017

Save Lawal Adedipupo, a rising star faced with impending eclipse

    While it may be true that the beautiful ones are mostly not yet born, it is sad that little or no attention is often […]
December 10, 2017

Fisayo Soyombo emerges winner of Wole Soyinka Award for Investigative Reporting

By: Onifade Bello A. The editor of the International Centre for Investigative Reporting, Fisayo Soyombo, has once again emerged winner of the online category of the […]
December 9, 2017

Onifade Bello, volunteer at The Transverse, wins prestigious student leadership award

Palms were jammed in resounding applause and gazes fixed upon Onifade Bello AbdurRahman, a media volunteer at The Transverse, as he won the 2017 Junior Chamber […]
October 23, 2017
Osazoduwa Agboneni

Osazoduwa Agboneni: the lady mechanic who is redefining a social stereotype

Nigeria, without doubt, is still a deeply patriarchal society. Shots are not only called by the male folk, but a good number of occupations are seen […]
September 3, 2017

“Nigeria has abandoned me” – Ojo Obaniyi, builder of world’s first cane car

In 2013, the waters of the Internet were given a huge stir with emerging pictures of a Volkswagen pick-up truck handwoven using raffia fibre. Not only […]
August 31, 2017

Meet Oshiorenoya Agabi, Nigerian neuroscientist who built world’s first smelling neurotechnology

The human race has reached the shores of an era where everything is moving fast, from messages and vehicles to general scientific advancement. As James Baldwin […]
June 16, 2017
Daniel Nkemelu

INTERVIEW: Meet Daniel Nkemelu, UI Graduate With 7.0 CGPA

Most students think of school as a one-way street, allowing movement in one direction and to one destination only. The choice is inevitable between academic excellence […]
June 13, 2017

Evelyn Akhator: From Calamity to Celebrity

Success is not so much about what you have or where you are, it is about what you started with and where you started from. If […]
June 11, 2017

The Son-of-the-Soil Syndrome, Ethnic Bigotry and Lessons from Our Colonial Masters

  Whenever Dr P.C. Obutte laments in his International Law class about our shameless devotion to the shrine of ethnic bigotry – and he often does […]
June 3, 2017

INTERVIEW: I Will Be Releasing A Book To Document My Experience Around December, 2018 – Fisayo Soyombo [Part III]

A decade cannot yet be squeezed into the time he completed his studies at the University of Ibadan and now, but ‘Fisayo Soyombo is already an […]