When Arinze Emmanuel finished his Junior Secondary School Examination in 1991, he left his village to stay with his uncle who owned a leather goods shop under his house in Wey Street, Mushin in Lagos.
Living under siege of herdsmen in South-South
Tension is on the rise across the South-South region after herdsmen recently killed more than 14 persons in Avwon, Agadama and Ohoror communities of Uwheru kingdom in Ughelli North Local Government Area of Delta State.
Valentine: Finding love in season of blight
With so much discontent and chaos plaguing the world today, there is no doubt humanity needs the pure, genuine love Saint Valentine, a Roman Catholic priest espoused, when he fearlessly faced death for a cause he believed in
Africa should set its sights on feeding the world
With the world population expected to swell by 2 billion people over the next three decades, Africa has an opportunity to step up and become a major global food production hub. For the time being, Africa remains a net importer of food, despite its vast tracts of underutilised land and other enviable natural resources. Its…
The broken twig
During my last visit to the United States, I had a rather interesting discussion with my brother-in-law, about his experiences during his two-year job hunt post immigration. Each time he sent his CV to fellow Nigerians, they'd fail to help him. However, the moment he finally managed, despite all the odds to secure a decent…
International Holocaust Memorial Day: Tales from the Land of a Thousand Hills
If you save a life; you save the whole world – a Jewish saying Kigali; Rwanda. The International Holocaust Memorial Day is a unique day and in the year 2020; the day fell on a Monday. Events had already kicked off a week earlier with a commemoration event with over fifty world leaders, Presidents, Kings…
U.S. moves to curtail “birth tourism”
On Thursday, the Department of State announced amendments to some visa regulations aimed at curtailing what is known as “birth tourism’’ in the United States.
Life mapping: principles from the ant and eagle - Part 2
Did you read last week’s article, which focused on the first part of mapping your life using the Principles from the Ant and Eagle? In that article, I shared Four Principles from the Ant and Eagle.
Obasanjo's story of debt relief and burden
...Ex-president Calls For National Dialogue Organisers of the 'Why I am Alive' campaign celebration could have expected interesting twists when they invited former President, Olusegun Aremu Obasanjo to tell 'the Nigerian story' in Lagos at the weekend. Board member of the group, Pastor Ituah Ighodalo, had given a hint of what was to come when…
SPONSORED: COZA hosts massive charity event, donates clothes and food to thousands in Abuja
Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo and his wife, Modele Fatoyinbo, together with members and leaders of the Commonwealth of Zion Assembly (COZA) held a massive charity drive on Monday, December 23rd, 2019. The event, which holds annually, took place at the COZA Auditorium in Guzape Hills, Asokoro Extension, Abuja from 9 am. The drive was tagged “COZA…
Advancing standard practices in natural medicine is crucial to Nigeria’s healthcare delivery
The significance of natural medicine in Nigeria’s healthcare space cannot be overemphasised, as it helps in the treatment, cure, maintenance, prevention, improvement and management of diseases and other health conditions...