Big Brother ladies celebrate Nigerian women heroes
More women will be lifted out of poverty, abuse, and other disadvantages, if successful women dedicate themselves to empowering vulnerable young women...
Nigeria: The grim reality
If you have any idea of how people really live in Ghana, Cameroon, Libya, Botswana, and other parts of the Third World, you’d be rioting in the streets calling for a better life.
Dora Akunyili: The Drug Lioness
It is an understatement to state that Nigerians owe a major part of their health to Professor Dora Akunyili. Born in Benue State, she enjoyed a happy childhood until the death of her diabetic sister Vivian, who died from fake insulin. Upon passing her West African School Certificate (W.A.S.C.) with a Grade I Distinction from…
Rebuilding the Nigerian Senate from scratch
The American founding fathers gathered in Connecticut some time in 1787 in order to fashion a constitution that would herald a new union. One very contentious issue they were confronted...
The Nigerian hero is dead
Whenever emotion is promoted to the rank of reality, there is likely to be great moral and operational problems.
Restructuring will right the wrongs in Nigeria, says Igbinedion
The demand for the restructuring of the Nigerian federation, which has gradually taken on a global dimension judging from the wide support it has garnered, got a fresh impetus of billionaire businessman...
Nigeria takes centre stage, as MTV Shuga begins
On July 11, 2017, pan African television drama series, MTV Shuga, announced a return to Nigeria for its 6th season. The TV show, which revolves around the lives of young African...
The spirit of Anambra State
In business, Anambra State has no rival in Nigeria. Anambra people combine intellectual capacity with political wizardry and financial power. Anambra State has the largest number of billionaires in Nigeria.
Akunyili and Magu as examples
When former President Olusegun Obasanjo appointed Dora Akunyili as the Director General of NAFDAC in April 2001, Akunyili started reforming NAFDAC from a docile agency to a very active one.