February 21, 2018

Story For The Gods: An Eye for an Eye

The relationship had started smoothly. They met at a strategic point in their lives, he just graduated, she just got into the university. He felt by […]
February 7, 2018

Not IBB, not OBJ… meet the men who will deny Buhari a 2nd term

By: Tijani Oluwamayowa One of the things I have resolved to do this year is to find joy in everything I come across. The kind of […]
February 5, 2018

It’s a Small World

“The world is really a small place”, my colleague had said. We all respect his opinion and stance on certain issues not just because of the […]
February 1, 2018

Shaku Shaku, Oshapranpran, What Will The Next Slang Be?

Everywhere you find young folks now, you can be most certain that some fads and trends can never be far away from them. These fads usually […]
January 25, 2018

The Case For Nigeria’s Graduate Illiterates

By: Peter Okoyomoh University of Ibadan is the best university in Nigeria according to the latest rankings by Webometrics. It is the ninth best university in […]
January 1, 2018

Consequences Of An Abandoned Civilization

By Peter Okoyomoh Nigeria is a country in love with affluence and its expression. Lagos Island is a cluster of tastefully finished homes with expensive ceramic […]
December 14, 2017

Bad Advert

The bus eventually filled up and we moved. The queues are back at the filling stations, so the traffic in Lagos is going to be at […]
October 10, 2017

New Trends In Nigerian Music

So, this week, a new trend of ideas just struck me about the current state that our Nigerian music industry is in as against the progress […]
October 1, 2017

Lessons From The Basketball Team; A Message To Nigerians

By: Jummah Mujeeb A typical Nigerian knows that the publicity given to any kind of sport depends on the many trophies, gold medals, or winnings it […]
September 28, 2017

Slaving In Local Apprenticeship: Any Worth?

By: Salami Ajibola Recently I was at a barber’s shop waiting for my turn to get a cut. From the flurry of words between the head that […]