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Articles by Chiagoziem Onyekwena

25 Sep 2019
Everyone seems to be moving to the cloud. If your company hasn’t, it can start to feel like the rapture has taken place, and you’re the only ones left behind. Cloud computing has created a workload-location decision process that businesses must confront sooner or later. Gartner recently predicted that by 2025, "80% of enterprises will…
7 Sep 2019
It has been a rough week for Nigeria-South Africa relations, the two African giants are in the middle of a diplomatic face-off that was triggered by a fresh round of violence toward foreign nationals in South Africa. On Sunday, angry mobs in Pretoria looted property belonging to foreign-owned businesses. The riots killed at least 5 people and affected scores more. It’s not clear how many of them were Nigerians.
24 Aug 2019
Around the world, when a black person is told to “go back to Africa,” it’s often meant as an insult. It’s a racist reminder, that no matter where they go and how long they’ve lived there, black people aren’t truly welcome anywhere else. But Jidenna is reclaiming the phrase and using it as a teachable moment.
17 Aug 2019
The Headies are running on African time again this year; the previously punctual annual award show hasn’t taken place in 15 months, and the last ceremony took place only after a prior break of 17 months.
20 Jul 2019
A new Beyoncé album is a big deal. Scratch that. A new Beyoncé album is a HUGE deal. The iconic singer’s album sales may have plateaued...
6 Jul 2019
The issue of sexual harassment is currently having its spotlight moment. The #MeToo movement has empowered women worldwide, with many speaking out against sex-based mistreatment like never before.
22 Jun 2019
The most remarkable Lazarus act in recent memory wasn’t performed by a pastor but by a pop star; who must have been disappointed when he didn’t receive a similar reward for a similarly dubious miracle. Former Five Star Music act ,Skiibii, reportedly slumped and died on August 14, 2015. There is a picture of the singer…
8 Jun 2019
Nipsey Hussle is gone but his legacy lives on. When he was alive, the rapper seemed very aware of the type of legacy he intended to leave behind.
25 May 2019
For years now, music journalists and culture critics have warned about the continued rise of Yahoo-Yahoo sub-culture, but now the legal cost of celebrating and perpetuating that lifestyle is slowly catching up.
4 May 2019
When an artist’s first introduction to the general public is a hit song, there’s usually an invisible shot clock that goes up and runs out if they are unable to follow it up. It’s in that window that one-hit wonders are born. But once a new artist is able to escape this phase, they have…
20 Apr 2019
Kizz Daniel has been on the cusp of greatness for a couple of years now, but there has been a missing piece. That piece seems to have been different things at different times. When he wasn’t collaborating with other artists — that seemed to be the missing piece. Before he bypassed the G Worldwide firewall…
23 Mar 2019
As the dust from the 2019 presidential elections begins to settle, now we have the chance to take a close look at some of the more understated factors that helped President Muhammadu Buhari win a second term.