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17 May 2015
With 51 lots sold from a total of 90 at TKMG’s Lagos Art Auction 2015, there was indication that the new focus of the auction house on middle generation and young artists has a prospect.
17 May 2015
How does a dramatist rehash what is commonplace to the daily realities of Nigerians and still manage to sustain audience’s attention and not bore them? Power failures, bad leadership, poor governance, poor followership, bad roads, corruption, armed robbery, high cost of living, insurgency and militancy, poor living conditions as a result of poverty; these were the flashing scenes that made up Nigeria’s story as enacted in Dear Country, an Ikenna Okpala-led Wazobia
17 May 2015
THE Africa continent has the longest history of disrupted civilization from the west. First, the disruption was for slave trade purposes; it depleted the continent’s virile and intellectual population and halted blooming civilizations that the west was to later steal and copy and incorporate into their own and reshipped and sold back to Africa in different forms.
17 May 2015
To foster reading and writing habit among students and encourage healthy literary skill acquisition, Teecoks Literary Initiative once again gathered students from different private, public and missionary schools in Lagos State to participate in its yearly creative writing competition
16 May 2015
Afejuku illuminates the crevices of life’s situations in A Spring of Sweets. He does this with sublime language that leans on divinity, and an almost eternal voice pattern; something cast in the notebook of angels.
Ayo Fadumiye
10 May 2015
THE Senior Pastor of the Light Sanctuary, Ayo Fadumiye has emphasised the role of the youths in nation building, saying they are very critical in the revival of any nation or society. While addressing the media in Lagos recently on the second version of their transformation programme tagged: “Evolve 2.0: Power to Transform Yourself,” which comes up…
10 May 2015
Let everyone be subject to the governing authorities, for there is no authority except that which God has established. God has established the authorities that exist (Romans 13:1). FEW things will enable a leader harness the collective creativity and persistence required to grow, develop and weather storms like a people’s love for their organisation or country. In…
Ernest Onuoha
10 May 2015
JESUS did not promise His followers a problem free world. He had said: ‘in the world ye shall have tribulation: but be of good cheer; I have overcome the world,’ Jh 16v33. With this mindset, believers are to know, therefore, that life is not a bed of roses including marital life. Yes, marriage is for…
10 May 2015
MATTHEW 13:25, “But while men slept, his enemy came and sowed tares among the wheat.” There is no dream that you can disregard. God has given some people revelations in their dreams, which they have cancelled with their own mouths. Others, the enemy attacked at night in their dreams, yet they refuse to do anything…
10 May 2015
AS we mark May Day, it is pertinent to examine the importance of work or labour to our physical and spiritual wellbeing. Labour should be valued as the source of unequalled prosperity, and as a characteristic of a strong and determined people. It is a thing of joy for a man to wake up early…
10 May 2015
THESE concluding heart-piercing verses call for honest and thorough heart-searching on the part of preachers and hearers – serious, successful preachers and zealous, sincere hearers of God’s Word. We would not have been surprised to know that those who refuse Christ as Lord would not inherit the Kingdom of God. But to learn that it…
10 May 2015
ONE thing that distinguishes Christianity from other religions is not only its doctrine of purity, but also its sophistication and erudition. While all other religions talk about love and care for your neighbours and kin, Christianity goes beyond human comprehension of love and advances it to love and care of even your enemies. This is…


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