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29 Jun 2020
A United States of America based Nigerian, Mazi Ogbonna, has urged Nigerians to avert the extinction of some indigenous languages and cultures as they prefer
25 Nov 2019
There is only one thing that unites driving a ship through a terrible storm, marshalling an army for an offensive against the enemies and governing a state in ways that ensure the empowerment of the citizens.
31 Jul 2019
The heart with which history must be summoned and the action with which it must be adorned is dependent on the nature of its events –being ended, ending, ongoing, reformed, pleasant, unpleasant, dignifying or denigrating. If offspring of sharks are still sharks I think dolphins should not forget history and must seek genetics for their fortification and survival. If wolves’ descendants become dogs, then sheep can think of a pact.
1 Apr 2018
Recently, renowned Sculptor, Adeola Balogun, held the first art fair at his native Ota, Ogun State, titled Ota Art Fair. The two-day exhibition was designed to project positive image, culture, and tradition of Ota people. It also brought the attention of art enthusiasts, professionals, collectors and other creative persons to Ota town to share, learn…
29 Oct 2017
Africa is known for its rich culture, heritage, and love for customary traditions. Some African tribal traditions are quite mysterious and tend to fascinate people within and outside the continent. For many years, these tribal communities have lived without many modern comforts and their traditions may live on for decades to come. Here are some…
27 Aug 2017
There are a lot of misconceptions that surround features that are as old as time-based on subjective perception. People barely accept what they do not understand, but in a society that is becoming interconnected every day via technology, we owe it to ourselves to abolish these misconceptions and embrace features that in no way define…
4 Jul 2017
As the world becomes a global village, we undergo a process that is greatly inspired by disruptive technology. Obviously, this is the beginning of the evolution of a culture very different from the ones of old as this new culture unifies despite boundaries. As we spotlight unique cultural practices by some of these indigenous cultures,…
9 Aug 2016
Friendships are beneficial to us in more ways than we may know. Often times we would have heard or made reference to this quote – “Friends are the family we choose”. This is true because it’s done of our own accord. We find that in our little communities, we keep friends for different reasons; either…

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