Why the #HallelujahChallenge became a cultural phenomenon
Hallelujah Challenge, the online platform promoted by Nathaniel Bassey to engage in an hour-long praise and worship session at midnight is undoubtedly a runaway success.
Governors, brand your states - Part 4
Okay, so cows invaded a state primary school in Edo State and the social media went crazy as the video went viral. One man even recorded his own video to express his views on the matter...
Mohammed, Onanuga, others bid Onuorah Nzekwu farewell
The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, General Manager/Chief Executive of News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), Mr. Bayo Onanuga, were among those who paid their last respects to the founding General Manager...
Dele Giwa, Gani Fawehinmi, others, honoured at TELL Awards for Excellence
It was pomp and pageantry recently at Civic Centre, Lagos, when the late celebrated journalist, Dele Giwa, late legal icon, Gani Fawehinmi, and other distinguished Nigerians were honoured at the maiden edition of Tell Awards of Excellence.
Ondo lawyer flays EFCC, demands N1 billion compensation for The Sun
A leading human rights activist and lawyer in Ondo State, Morakinyo Ogele, has flayed the Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC) for the recent invasion of The Sun newspaper’s office.
No regrets over demolition of Breeze 99.9 FM, says Almakura
Nasarawa State Governor, Umaru Tanko Almakura, has restated that his administration does not regret the demolition of Breeze 99.9 FM station. Almakura made the declaration last week in Laffia at the flag off distribution of relief materials....
Groups link poverty, corruption to insecurity in Nigeria
The officials of Journalists for Democratic Rights (JODER) and Ford Foundation, West African region, have said that the prevailing high rate of poverty and corruption in the country was responsible for the growing level of incidences of tension and violence in Nigeria...
Russelsmith launches junior safety rangers programme
At the launch of the first Junior Safety Rangers club, which took place at Chrisland Schools, Victoria Garden City (VGC), Lagos, the students were taught on the ideals of becoming a safety ranger by being safety champions both at home and at school.
Because we failed to brand our nation…
After apartheid was finally dethroned in South Africa and the first democratic elections were held in 1994 Desmond Tutu described the nation as Rainbow Nation to underscore the racial and cultural diversity that made up South Africa.