Success has many parents, failure is an orphan.” Growing up, this was an adage I heard a lot and it’s one that has resonated with me. Everyone wants to be associated with success.
Lagos NIPR endorses Isale Eko for Lagos@50 celebration
The Lagos State Chapter of Nigerian Institute of Public Relations, last Thursday, announced its endorsement and staging of Isale Eko, a satirical stage play designed to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Lagos State.
Yoruba was first language spoken in Garden of Eden, mother earth — Oba Rufus Olarewaju Ajayi of Gbomina
Although born a prince, Oba Rufus Olarewaju Ajayi Ogidi Olu Obagbaja Arolagbade II, Oba of Gbomina Ekiti Kingdom, did not quite anticipate the complex nature...
No, Big Brother is not immoral or corrosive, it’s showing us a slice of life
Another day, another pseudo, moral panic over who or what is corrupting the moral fabric of the nation. Instead of the usual culprits like social media, tattoos and piercings, it’s the turn of Big Brother Nigeria, now in its 5th week.
The practice of not being God
I have always been fascinated with the idea of religious practices, customs and traditions that have been used to give people a guideline or template for how best to live their lives in the face of mystery and challenge.
Culture, your most potent strategy
When asked what the most important decision that he and his co-founders of Singapore took to create the success that his country had become, Lee Kuan Yew (First Prime Minister of Singapore) responded, and I paraphrase......
Lamido Gashaka, Emir Zubairu Hammangabdo: My resolve is to make Gashaka an industrial hub
On January 28, 2017, a new Emir, Zubairu Muhammadu Hammangabdo, was installed as the Lamido of Gashaka, after the passage of his father, Alhaji Hammangabdo Muhmmadu Sambo...
Benin traditional council sends Isekhure packing from palace
The disagreement between the Isekhure of Benin Kingdom, Chief Nosakhare Isekhure and the Benin Traditional Council (BTC) has taken an unconventional dimension.
Signed, your Valentine
Valentine’s day is an economic gold mine for chocolatiers, greeting card companies, florists, and likely every merchant of red heart shaped purposeless trinket you can imagine.
Signed, your Valentine
Before the month of February even began, the commercial industry was already gearing up for one of the most popular days celebrated around the world. Valentine’s Day. The publicly recognized day for declarations of undying love, surprise marriage proposals, over the top attempts to win affections or in some relationships dramatic romantic displays to secure…