Issues of national rebirth dominate historical society’s conference
The 61st annual conference of Historical Society of Nigeria is scheduled to hold at the University of Port-Harcourt, Rivers State, from October 9 through 13, 2016.
Omooba Yemisi Shyllon’s profile
He is a Prince of Ake in Abeokuta, Ogun State. He hails from the Sogbulu and Ogunfayo lineage of the Lararun ruling house of Ake in Egbaland.
Glo’s professor Johnbull excoriates sagging, indecent dressing in episode 8
In continuation of its forte of social re-engineering and moral suasion, high riding TV drama series sponsored by Globacom, Professor Johnbull, has denounced the rampant habit of pulling down trousers to reveal underpants widely called “sagging....
Onwueme: We are fast becoming a nation without memory, lost and dead
I will not say I nurse any regret, because I don’t also know if that other tract would have got me this far either. So, I will start from the premise of being grateful to God that I have got this far.
Middle class women have lost more ground in fight against patriarchy, says Ajayi-Soyinka
I grew up climbing trees and rocks, picking snails in the bush and behind the hills that seemed so huge. I went to visit the place a couple of years ago and I was amazed because the hills that seemed so huge then now appeared very small.
Aduaka: No apologies being a black filmmaker in Britain
On a good day, moving around Lagos is usually not an easy ride, so, when it rains, the situation becomes intense. This was the condition France-based Nigerian filmmaker Newton Aduaka and his producer found themselves on this day....
New Orleans War Museum: Brings back memories of World War II
The National World War 11 Museum, located on 945, Magazine Street, downtown New Orleans, is a masterpiece. The seven-storey atrium, seated on 178,000 square feet and 100,000 more yet to come, chronicles what has been described as the mightiest struggle humankind has ever experienced.
UNIC, movie stars take climate change message to the grassroots
The President of TGMAN, Saidi Balogun, and the National Information Officer of UNIC Lagos, Mr. Oluseyi Soremekun, led the team. The awareness campaign attracted motorists and pedestrians, who were excited to see their idols.