Remembering Professor Jadesola Akande (Nov 1940-April 2008)
Professor Jadesola Akande, the founding Executive Director of the Women Law and Development Centre Nigeria (WLDCN), a great scholar, constitutional...
Rabi Sodangi… 60 cheers for quintessential officer of state
Hajia Rabi Umar Sodangi is an embodiment of compassion, humility, piety and integrity. A certified management expert, mentor and development advocate...
From public nuisance to public hero: Why Williams is promoting boy-child’s interest
Seated quietly and dressed simply with his phones in his hand, you could never guess that this man had a rough upbringing, was a truant and street menace...
Ijedi Iyoha… tender touch of amazon at APCON
It seems safe to assume that the Acting Registrar of Advertising Practitioners Council of Nigeria (APCON), Mrs. Ijedi Philomena Iyoha, has breathed so much life...
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.