Unveiling the gods of Africa

By Sunday Oyinloye They all have something in common; old and looking worn-out, but they prefer to die in power than take a rest and give the younger ones the opportunity to determine their future. They have literally captured their…

It would be an honor to tour Africa – Judith Gayle

Judith Gayle was born in Clarendon, Jamaica. The America- based popular international gospel singer found solace in music and began a journey in the 1980’s singing background for secular artists such as Richie Stephens. She rose to prominence as a…

Let’s work as a team, Betta Edu tells Ministry’s staff

By Mephy James The Minister of Humanitarian Affairs and Poverty Alleviation, Dr. Betta Edu has resumed office with a promise to operate an open door policy even as she disclosed she is ready to hit the ground running. Addressing the…

Betta Edu: Round peg in a round hole

  By Sunday Oyinloye One of the popular phrases of President Bola Tinubu is “let the poor breathe” and many Nigerians have been waiting for the person he would use to actualize this immediately after he named his Ministers. Their…

Unveiling Nelson Chamisa, the advocate of a new Zimbabwe

By Sunday Oyinloye The Presidential Candidate of Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) Nelson Chamisa was born  at Silveira Mission, Masvingo, Zimbabwe  on  February ,2, 1978. He was the Presidential Candidate of MDC Alliance in the 2018 election which the international…

Still on Tinubu’s exceptional youths’ talent hunting

President Bola Tinubu has, over the years, been known for his legendary instinct to identify, nurture, and empower young talents who turn out to be leading lights in our nation’s history. His team in Lagos, when he was a governor,…

Back to the social welfarist called “Baba Kekere “ Alhaji Lateef Jakande

By Godknows  Igali Few Nigerian statesmen have in the country’s history received the amount of adulation and accolades as ace journalist, Alhaji Lateef Jakande, who governed Lagos State, the country economic nerve centre from 1979 to 1983. Often known simply…

President Tinubu pays tribute to Ambassador Laro

By Mephy James President Bola Tinubu has expressed shock over news of the passing of Nigeria’s Ambassador to France, Kayode Laro even as he described the late diplomat’s service to the nation as impactful. Laro died eight months after the…

Like Betta, Nigerian youth can do better

By Sunday Oyinloye As the world marks International Youth Day today, what comes to mind is how the President of Nigeria, Ahmed Bola Tinubuhas broken the jinx by appointing a 36 year old youth as a Minister, the youngest in…

All set for Nigeria Arts and Culture Festival in Belgium

By Sunday Oyinloye In its bid to promote Nigeria’s culture and boost the tourism industry, the Embassy of Nigeria in Belgium in collaboration with Nigerian community/associations in Belgium, and Nigeria Tourism Development Authority (NTDA) will next month in Antwerp, Belgium…

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