In the Christmas month of December 2010, when most Africans were homeward bound, I met Louise in the sprawling township of Ajegunle after searching without luck for a cousin
A power holder has the capacity to influence the actions, beliefs, or even the behaviour of others. Power can be acquired legitimately, forcefully, or even naturally
President Muhammadu Buhari has reiterated the commitment of his administration to freedom of the press, and urged media professionals
Jesus said in John 8:32 “And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.” It is the truth that sets a man free, not just knowing the truth but living the truth.
14 Oct 2020
Think of Tanzania and you are drenched in a swirl of sweet memories because of its safari and rich wild life which attract almost a million tourists yearly.
27 Sep 2020
Every so often, nations go through years of historical landmarks. For many countries, the most significant is the year of independence from external control or subjugation, when a nation attains freedom and assumes self-rule. For Israel, a significant year is the year of jubilee. They were specifically commanded to “hallow the fiftieth year, and proclaim…
4 Aug 2020
Freedom of expression is considered one of the cardinal pillars and cornerstone of fundamental rights in human rights philosophy and entire legal jurisprudence.
21 Jun 2020
I walked down the streets of Manhattan in New York City as the crowd chanted through their face masks, “Black Lives Matter, No Justice, No Peace.” I watched as the protesters waved their signs and raised their voices. With so much conviction in their eyes, I felt their pain and saw that they truly believed…
14 Jun 2020
Rosa Louise McCauley, generally known as Rosa Parks, was an African-American civil rights activist. She was best known for her role in the Montgomery Bus Boycott
11 Jun 2020
Self-confidence is a belief in oneself, one’s abilities, or one’s judgment. It is freedom from doubt. When you believe you can change things — or make a difference in a situation
5 Jun 2020
Eight minutes and 46 seconds was how long Derek Chauvin, a white police officer in Minnesota, Minneapolis kept his knee on George Floyd’s neck