Folasade Tolulope Ogunsola, professor of Medical Microbiology, with specialisation in Disease Control, particularly HIV/AIDS, an academic of global standing...
Solomon Adeboye Babalola: A teacher par excellence
Professor Solomon Adeboye Oladele Babalola was born on December 17, 1926, into the Babalola family of Ile-Ajo, Ipetumodu and died on Monday, December 15, 2008.
Remembering Anthony Eronsele Enahoro: Adolor of Uromi, Okaku”o of Edoland
Today marks the eight-year memorial anniversary of the death of Nigeria’s foremost Nationalist, Chief Anthony Eronsele Enahoro.
How I overcame the trauma of rape
In a bold move aimed at encouraging others in her situation, Anthonia Alasa Ojenagbon, aka 'The Golden Girl', recently sat on the podium of Harvesters International Christian Centre (HICC) in Gbagada, Lagos to narrate how she overcame the trauma of rape by her uncle, who she took like her father, having lost her father at…
Mrs. Bolanle Ambode: A profile in humility
Inspiring. Instructive. Food-for-thought. Those words kept reeling round my mental horizon, as one delved deeply into the compelling persona of none other than the current First Lady of the Centre of Excellence, Lagos State, Mrs. Bolanle Ambode.
Orphans of policeman killed by Evans cry out for help
The morning of August 27, 2013 started out like any other one for the family of Corporal Chijiokwu Solomon Ngozi; there was nothing unusual to show what the day held in store for the family of four, husband, wife, Purity Ogadimma, and daughters Divine, 5, and Treasure, 3.
Controversy over real cause of Chiamaka’s death after CS
Following the gruesome death of 24-year-old Chiamaka De-Freitas after a Caesarian Section (CS) at Medical Art Centre, Lagos (MART), an autopsy have indicated cause of death to concealed haematoma (collection of blood), which may have presented due to bladder injury sustained during the CS.
‘How assassins killed my dad over village leadership tussle in Ebonyi’
Friday Nwankwuda Nwachi, 26, and his brother, Nwankwuda Ogobuchi Nwachi, have recounted how what was considered a mere tussle over village leadership claimed the life of his 70-year-old father, Mr. Nwankwuda Nwachi.
‘We killed, buried victim in shallow grave to conceal our leader’s identity’
It was a sorrowful and tearful scene last weekend when a kidnap gang made shocking confessions on how they killed and buried Mrs. Catherine Okorie Chukwu, a middle-aged mother of a rich Abuja-based industrialist and indigene of Ishiagu community.....
‘At 77, i still love to work as it gives me pleasure, exercises’
The backbone of every ambition is resilience; it determines the degree of will to pursue a dream, no matter what, break down barriers that may stand in the way, and ultimately embark on a journey to greatness.