Hurray, Osadolor is 60
Kingsley Osayande Osadolor, journalist, lawyer, broadcaster, thinker, author, scholar, philosopher, the private and public administrator is 60 today, Saturday, August 15, 2020.
We’ll celebrate Easter without congregation, says Martins
Obviously, this is one of the very unusual times. I am not sure there was a time like this that we celebrated Easter without the presence of the people.
Lanre Idowu: Romantic reconstruction of childhood memories
There is a common saying that life begins at 40, but for the renowned writer and journalist, Lanre Idowu, it has been 40 years of impacting society positively through his journalistic...
Mayegun of Yorubaland… rewarding Wasiu Ayinde’s musical exploits, dexterity
He plays music with sound and substance, Olasunkanmi Wasiu Ishola Anifowoshe, popularly known as Wasiu Ayinde, K1 De Ultimate is one musical act that is bestriding the Fuji music...
Ajayi… in search of lasting solution to development challenges in Africa
At his age, coupled with his numerous achievements, especially in the medical field, one would have expected that by now, Dr. Tosin Ajayi, the Chairman/CEO of First Foundation, would be thinking...
Albert Ekop… sweet reminiscences of surgery specialist
Doctor Albert Ekop, the proprietor of Ekop Specialists Clinic in Akwa Ibom State, clocks 84 this week and will, also, be marking the golden wedding anniversary...
My railway years: Reminiscences of centenarian, Folorunsho Agoro
His industry and commitment to duty earned Pa Folorunsho Buraimoh Agoro extra five years of service at the Nigerian Railway Corporation (NRC) in 1974.
We went through inhumane treatment in Burkina Faso, victims recount
The 23 victims of human trafficking and modern-day slavery rescued by the Katsina State government from Burkina Faso have recounted how they went through inhumane treatment and made to work long hours without pay.