U.S.-based Nigerian raises concern over extinction of local languages, cultures
A United States of America based Nigerian, Mazi Ogbonna, has urged Nigerians to avert the extinction of some indigenous languages and cultures as they prefer
Letter to young Nigerians: Facing the new decade - Part 3
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?
Asalaye academy: Making pan-Africanists out of traditionalists
Government’s failure to recognise the powers and function of traditional leaders is causing African languages and heritage to face extinction, The world keeps evolving everyday leading to dramatic changes in, sometimes things that are very dear to the society or a people. Language, culture and tradition have remained the greatest victims of the fast changing…