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25 Jul
Rowland Abiodun is John C. Newton Professor of Art, the History of Art, and Black Studies at Amherst College, Amherst, Massachusetts.
31 Jan
Living in a country that has 500 and a world with over 7000 plus languages, the language barrier can pose a huge problem. Technology has been applied to help us understand ourselves better but it isn't quite there yet. Have you ever thought of actually putting pen to paper and learning these languages, a herculean…
19 Mar 2020
Ronke, who is an only girl, was just 17 years old when she witnessed the first physical fight between her parents. The fights continued for several months and finally led to her parents getting a divorce.
29 Dec 2019
The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, has suddenly become born again. Perhaps, he was, which culture purists did not take note of.
11 Apr 2019
It is not meant for women So when are you getting married? Don’t you know you are a woman? Let boys be boys I have your type at home! Act like a lady Conversations around women’s rights in Nigerian has been on the rise. Movements reclaiming women’s ownership of their own bodies like the #YabaMarketMarch…
30 Mar 2019
A gadget is a small mechanical or electronic device or tool. They are popular among children just as it is with adults, and we can’t keep these away from children as this comes with their generation, but then what we should deal with is the obsession that may arise with it. Parenting blogger and enthusiast,…
6 Mar 2019
Sterling Bank Plc, has become a participatory member of the United Nations (UN) Global Compact - the world’s largest sustainability initiative with more than 9,000 businesses and non- business participants in 135 countries. The Global Compact is a voluntary initiative to promote sustainable development and good corporate citizenship, a set of values based on universally accepted principles, a network of companies…
16 Feb 2019
I stumbled on this recently, and I find most of the points made therein worthy of re-mention here. According to the article, “manners (like language) do evolve.’’ Read some of the points made… . Do not correct people or make a face if their grammatical usage doesn’t meet up to your “prim” expectation. For example,…
17 Aug 2018
Whenever you travel to a foreign place, it is helpful knowing a bit of the local language. You may not know how to pronounce the words accurately, but it shows you care and it will help you get around and mix with the locals easily. To learn a language, you do not have to leave…
24 Jun 2018
I have read the writer’s many pieces in the Vanguard Newspaper and had to stop. There were times I wondered why the management of a reputable paper like the Vanguard would allow some of his views in print to be read worldwide. This is a writer who once threw professionalism to the wind in a piece…
5 Feb 2017
The matter of language will re-occur here again and again. In the meantime let us go to the past and see what it consists of and if it can teach us something or some things.


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Afropop, Afrobeats, R & B singer-songwriter Wande Coal is back with a supremely catchy new song "Come My way". Produced by Bruno and Screwface, Wande whose insane talent for colouring sounds is undoubtedly the King of Falsetto, as he does justice to this beautiful new single. "Come My Way" overflows with ethereal excellence with Wande's…
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The Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria (PSN) has given reasons why Nigerians cannot feel the impact of Central Bank of Nigeria’s (CBN’s) N100 billion intervention fund for the pharmaceutical sector until next year.
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Unless the world adopts universal availability of COVID-19 vaccines by ending ‘vaccine apartheid’, the global economic recovery will be much slower than expected, Director-General of the International Labour Organisation ...
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Nigeria’s hydra-headed challenges including smartphone affordability, network hitches and low awareness appear to weaken the adoption of eNaira in the country.
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Despite President Muhammadu Buhari’s promises at a recent international forum that allocation to education would be increased by at least 50 per cent in the next few years and by about 100 per cent by 2025...