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HUMANITY OR RELIGION: A WAY FORWARD FOR OUR SOCIETY? By Lateef Ajibade

Man is born curious. Every day, they strive to know, to have more knowledge about the world. During this encounter, they meet certain beings that are beyond their “reality” which can be subjected to being miraculously metaphysical. Things like this can be spirits, gods, God,

Jumia Exit: Is Nigeria next? By Tony Ademiluyi

In 2012, the online e-commerce space in Nigeria saw the introduction of Jumia as a major player in that sector. It was founded by the quartet of Jeremy Hodara who serves as the global CEO, Sacha Poignonnec, Tunde Kehinde and Raphael Afaedor. It went

KONGA MASSIVE SALES PROMOTION IS HERE AGAIN!!! – By Ibrahim Junaid

The long awaited, highly desired month of December is upon us again. I believe I don’t need to tell you what happens in this month. I can’t imagine that the month doesn’t exist in the calendar. The world would have been a sober place

Bayelsa and Kogi elections: A postscript by Tony Ademiluyi

November 16th this year was a red letter day as it is the posthumous birthday of two of Africa’s most illustrious sons – Dr.Nnamdi Azikiwe and Professor Chinua Achebe who did the nation proud in their lifetime. It was also the day that the

PDP Senator Christopher Ekpenyong will win re-run elections

As Obong Bassey Inuayen tackles Dr Chris Akpan The Director-General of  Ubokutom Abasi Campaign Organization, Obong Bassey Inuaeyen has reacted to statements made by Dr Chris Akpan, Director General of the Godswill Akpabio Campaign Organization wherein Dr Akpan had threatened that Chief Godswill Akpabio

Hate Speech Bill: I stand with Wole Soyinka by Tony Ademiluyi

From time immemorial, the cause of wars and other forms of conflicts have been caused by hate speech. An innocuous statement targeted against a person or a group of persons can ignite the flames and spark a gargantuan conflagration which may be impossible to

Beneath the Treasury Bills Restriction by Tony Ademiluyi

One fundamental flaw with the Nigerian governing elite is that they do not carry out policy formulation in consonance with the people they purport to govern. In the name of ‘development’, they heap anti-people policies on the hapless masses and ensure that the generality

DREADLOCKS ARE NOT FOR LUNATICS AND HOOLIGANS by John Chizoba Vincent

Sometimes ago,  I was with a friend and we were talking about fashion and some other related issues. During the course of our discourse I told him how I was planning to lock my hair to dread. He looked at me, amazed. He looked

OF SARS, DREADLOCKS AND THE NIGERIAN YOUTHS by John Chizoba Vincent

I have read a lot of articles on dreadlocks. I have asked some people questions about their thoughts on Dreadlocks and the answers I got were really amazing. I have carried out a few days research in some local libraries and I did not

Jack Ma’s Timely Visit by Tony Ademiluyi

Chinese investor, Jack Ma’s rise from grass to grace is something you typically see in the movies. Here was a man who had to ride several miles on his dilapidated bicycle as a teenager to interact tourists in his determination to learn how to