All The Excitement That Happened During The Week
A really intriguing week it has been for Nigerians and entertainers around the world. Thankfully, for the most of it, we've had positives ranging from the proud becoming empathic to international wins spiced with a bit of hilarious display. Here is a rundown of the week: The reunion It’s been trying times for the Wests…
Quest for technology in affairs of man
I have decided to take more questions today out of the awareness that there are many issues, serious and perplexing, bothering a great many for which they have been seeking answers.
Questions and responses
Columns in newspapers normally attract remarks from readers, sometimes shedding more light on a subject they have read. In certain cases, reactions come in form of questions.
Lessons from George Floyd unintentional killing
The killings of African Americans in the United States by police officers have become so irrational that one attributes such experiences more to xenophobia than racism.
The gruesome death of George Floyd in the hands of the police has predictably reawakened a deep feeling of unending persecution and has served
Echoes from our past
Again, it is time to hate, another season for humanity to bicker on tribe, race and colour. A virus rages in the midst of it all, as if to remind we are not really in control here, that life is short, too fleeting to be vengeful or malicious.
Floyd: A turning point for Nigeria, Africa, rest of the world?
The despicable killing of George Floyd left me stunned, horrified, and then infuriated. I couldn’t believe someone could do that to another human being in broad daylight! I couldn’t believe that in spite of knowing he was being recorded, neither he nor his fellow officers were deterred...
Trump signs order 'protecting' monuments as crowds topple statues
US President Donald Trump on Friday signed an executive order pledging to enforce prosecution for protesters who vandalize public memorials,
Racial tensions - Part 2
Although Rodney King was filmed being beaten by White police officers in 1991, before the advent of smartphones, it revealed the deep-seated maltreatment of Blacks in the hands of police.