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14 Jun 2020
When believers receive their new bodies, they put on immortality (1 Cor 15:53). Scripture indicates at least three purposes for this
6 May 2020
In the growing virtual age of visual culture, museum-visit to view over two million years of human history is possible. Such viewing has been made easy by The British Museum,
22 Mar 2020
Because of sin’s presence in the world, God sent His Son Jesus to redeem the world. The awesome task of bringing that message of God’s redemptive love has been given to God’s people
9 Mar 2020
Dr Aisha Bawa, a Senior Lecturer in the Department of History, Usmanu Danfodio University, Sokoto (UDUS), has recommended the recruitment of more female lecturers as a panacea
8 Mar 2020
Of all the creatures God made, humankind is by far the highest and most complex. Because of pride, however, humans often forget that God is their Creator
27 Feb 2020
The question for many of our young people today is: what is your passion? How can you take the skills that you have, and add value to the world around you?
9 Aug 2019
        This is very germane at a period many have forgotten their roots in the face of neo-colonialism. The beauty, significant and essence of history and highly cherished traditional culture seems to be heading towards total extinction. Our History An attempt at rejuvenating black African culture was made in 1977 through the…
3 Aug 2019
Namibia is a little-known country in the southern part of Africa. The official name of the country is the Republic of Namibia. It is bordered by Zambia and Angola to the north, Botswana to the east and South Africa to the south and east and the Atlantic Ocean to the west. Here are some interesting facts about Namibia: The Name Namibia Namibia got its name from the Namib’s desert; this…
25 Jul 2019
For almost a decade, the federal government has stopped the teaching of history in primary and secondary schools. It is not known what the impact of such a step would have been.
12 May 2019
Onitsha, the fabled town on the bank of the River Niger, is a place of wonder and much mystery. The town gained its ascendancy in world literature through the publishing of what became known as the “Onitsha Market Literature” that came into full bloom on Nigeria’s attainment of independence in 1960. It would appear as…
8 May 2019
With reactions still trailing the initial removal of history from Nigeria’s secondary education curriculum, as well as lack of proper knowledge of the country, the artist, Olola Olabode Ogunlana, has emphasised the need for story telling to fill the vacuum. Ogunlana, who is a folklorist and storyteller, said story telling helps to document history, as…
29 Nov 2018
On this day, November 29 in history, some notable eveents took place. Check out some of them below: 1582 - At the age of 18, William Shakespeare married 26-year-old Anne Hathaway. 1775 -  Sir James Jay invented invisible ink. 1870 - Compulsory education was proclaimed in England. 1929 - American explorer Richard Byrd and three…


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The Nigeria labour Congress(NLC) has appealed to President Muhammadu Buhari to direct the payment of all withheld salaries of university workers in the country.
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Hajiya Sadiya Umar Farouq, Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development has presented the Global Rapid.....
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Alhaji Aliko Dangote, President, Dangote Group, Mrs Nkechi Obi, Chief Executive Officer, Techno Oil and 25 others have bagged the Vanguard Newspaper awards under various categories.
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