Daughter of Grace is the autobiography of Assistant Pastor Bernice Ifaturoti, JP. It is dedicated to her late husband, Peter Adeyeye Ifaturoti, who, according to the author,
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The legacies and footprints of Dr. Ganiyu Adetunji Adeniran on the sands of time in diverse areas have been described as impactful and of immense benefit to humanity.
Ebuka Philip, generally known as Oral P in the entertainment industry, is not hiding his love for Nigeria, the largest black nation on the globe.
I lack words to describe the gruesome murder of Fatima, a pregnant woman and her four children, five commercial bike riders and a suya vendor in Anambra State.
Life they say has different faces and only the tough people can stand the challenges involved. It is better to fail in novelty than to succeed in imitation, a belief that makes
Sir: Several weeks after some people were abducted in the bombing of the Abuja-Kaduna train, the victims have been left in the lurch and despite all the pleas by the families of those affected, the government has carried on as if all is well and nothing is at stake.
Today, though we gather from different congregations, the greatest thing that holds us together is that we are one in Christ. This is the idea that our administration
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Africa's trailblazing Nobel laureate in literature, Prof. Wole Soyinka, yesterday, said Nigeria has reached a stage “where a series of town hall meetings should be organised to ask ourselves...
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Vicissitudes of Life as the subtitle of The Storms in Humanity is an apt description of the content of this didactic novel. It is satirical of the Nigerian reality, Nigeria as civil servants
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Seventy-five per cent of Nigerians believe that greater knowledge sharing between communities and individuals can help build a better future. The 2021 survey of more than 22,000 people across 24 countries conducted