We are revealing the secrets behind the lovely skins of

There is nothing as good as perseverance and hard work.  This is the lesson the story of   Muna Magan, Founder/ Chief Executive Officer of Riyan Organic   has taught the world. She travelled to Sweden as a refugee child, broke barriers and ensured she got herself university education and later became the manufacturer of the popular […]Read More

NBC code and the non-exclusivity provision

We have watched and listened with utter bemusement the various and varied interpretations of the Federal Government’s assertion and implementation of a provision that has been part and parcel of the Nigeria’s Broadcasting Code for many editions of its amendments – the NON-EXCLUSIVITY of contents especially International Sporting content. Article 6.2.5 provides ‘To ensure fair […]Read More

My spirit in music is the same in my government

Maria Lisa Immanuel from Namibia is one of the professionals doing Southern Africa proud. The young lady works as the Professional Assistant to the Presidential Advisors in the office of the President of Namibia. Maria is also a musician and an entrepreneur. She holds a degree in Agricultural Economics at the University of Namibia and […]Read More

Community of Africans seeking Afro Jazz sounds in UK immense

Mookho Moqhali is a lawyer and award winning Afro-Jazz, Neo-Soul, Afro-Pop and Gospel musician from Lesotho who lives in the United Kingdom. Born in 1984, Mookho started singing at the age of 13. Her first multi-genred debut album “Ha re eeng Hae in 2015 revealed her as a talented artist. A year later, her single […]Read More

Time to rescue Ghana is now, says former President John

By Sunday Oyinloye Former Ghanaian President and the flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in December 7, election, John Mahama says his country’s economy under the present administration is not working for Ghanaians but just a few people stressing that the time to rescue his country is now. Speaking yesterday night during the NDC […]Read More

One million dollars question for Ghanaian government

By Sunday Oyinloye  For some time now, the relations between the government of Ghana and that of  Nigeria have not been too cordial because of insincerity on the part of one, and the carelessness of the other Without any fear on contradiction, Ghanaians are generally nice people, but like any other country Nigeria inclusive, they […]Read More

When ISMPH and Chestrad Global punctured COVID-19 infodemic

By Sunday Oyinloye In March this year, two Nigerian young men produced a video that lasted just 29 seconds where one acted as “Ebola” and the other as “Corona”.  “Ebola” called “Corona” to find out where he was and “Corona” said he was in Nigeria. Shocked by his location, “Ebola” told “Corona” that he was […]Read More