60 years after, Ilara-Epe savours kingship rituals
For indigenes of Ilara, Epe, the rituals that come with installing the community’s king is not what they were familiar with until weeks back.
Blessing: Raped, infected with HIV, rescued by church
Sixteen-year-old Blessing Dennis left her village in Oruk Anam Council of Akwa Ibom State for Port Harcourt in search of greener pastures. She had big dreams
Renewed threats roil Nigeria’s traditional rulers
The challenges facing Nigeria’s traditional rulers have never been this acute. Starting from Zamfara State, where some titled men took their Emir to task for turbaning Femi Fani-Kayode...
Varsity of first choice’s unending search for peace
The crisis rocking the University of Lagos played out again during the week when the institution that prides itself as the university of first choice cancelled...
Hajj 2020: Facts behind barring of foreign pilgrims
No one ever expected it, as it has never happened in recent years. But the signals were glaring that the ravaging Coronavirus pandemic disrupting...
Discordant tunes over broadcast content regulation
The on-going exercise by the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) to amend the code guiding the practice of broadcasting in Nigeria, especially as it relates to content generation...
Sad fate of breastfeeding mothers, others during COVID-19 lockdown in Rivers
Thirty-six-year-old Favour Madu, a breastfeeding mother, resides at Akukwa Street in Mile One Diobu, Port Harcourt, Rivers State.
Lateef Raheem: My extraordinary aide
A good and decent man has gone. My Chief Security Officer, Alhaji Lateef Raheem, has passed and his death cuts severely.