As stakeholders and people of the world continue to debate the change in climate, its consequences on the inhabitants of the earth and the way forward, some children have also been...
Suspense in Akwuke communities over suspension of two monarchs by Enugu governmentt
Akwuke community in Enugu South council of Enugu State holds one of the greatly demanded materials for building and road constructions – sharp sand, which is scooped from the Akwuke River...
Kids underscore love, compassion in a drama
The children of Ocean Crest School, Lekki recently emphasised the need to make the world a better place by showing compassion and love to others, thereby making life worthwhile. This need has indeed become crucial, especially now that there is so much misery and bleakness in the society.
Children call for change in attitude towards environment
Taking their future into their own hands, the pupils of Banana Island School, Ikoyi, Lagos, have called for urgent action to check the threat of global warming. The children were following the example of 16-year-old environmental activist, Greta Thunberg,
Ogwashi-Uku obiship tussle rages,as royal family tears self apart
The tussle for the rightful occupant of the Ogwashi-Uku royal throne left behind by Obi Obahai, 139 years ago, is drumming up worrisome beat for the Okonjo Royal family.
How politics of OML 11 reignites Ogoni resistance against expropriation
Groundswell opposition to Rivers State government’s acquisition of Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) interest in Oil Mining Lease (OML 11) has once more turned Ogoni into the epicentre of fierce resistance to expropriation....
Queen Esther …The Author, artiste with a heart of gold
Queen Esther Odenigbo now a basic 4 pupil of Eucharistic Heart of Jesus Model School, Isolo, Lagos won the Miss Green and White Nigeria 2016 pageant. As a result of this, she becomes the Little Queen Ambassador for Peace and Hospitality.
Teachers urge government to make skill acquisition mandatory
The need to adjust to the global economic trend, which demands that individuals arm themselves with more than just academic degrees and qualifications to enable them build a better future, is gaining more ground in Nigeria.
Some children may ask what is Independence Day and why do Nigerians celebrate it? Well, Independence Day is a day to celebrate Nigeria’s freedom from its colonial master — Britain.
Educationist cautions parents on quality of schools, teachers
The proprietress of Sejin Nursery and Primary School, Oshodi, Celina Unegbu has called on school owners and parents to allow their pupils to participate in school extra-curricula activities and inter-school competitions, as such activities boost learning and make the pupils well-rounded.
Ake Palace: Resolving disputes at Idi Ere, customary court
Abeokuta, the capital city of Ogun State, is made up of 140 towns and each has a traditional head, who is either a first or second class Oba or Baale. Egba customs and traditions make it mandatory for the Obas and Baales, especially the Ogbonis to assist any reigning Alake of Egbaland in the administration of justice and good governance in the kingdom.