As we begin a New Year, it is with mixed emotions that I share these thoughts and long overdue highlights of things every family should address in this time of opportunity change in our beloved country, Nigeria.
Brethren God has graciously taken us from 2020 into 2021. And when we consider 2020, it was a year never witnessed in the world; the year of the pandemic, devastation, disaster, pain, fear, and uncertainties. Yet, it was a year that God manifested that this world belongs to Him and a year He showed us…
One of the most popular memes of 2020 was the “how it started – how it’s going” meme. Anything from Trump’s inauguration in 2017 to his defeat in November 2020 became fodder for these memes.
As Nigerians herald 2021 with expectations, youths have been urged to begin the New Year with renewed vigour and work for a better Nigeria.
May all your troubles last as long as your New Year’s Resolutions! Every December, as is a ritual to the human subconscious, many people begin to get motivational. For some, it is a declaration of hope, for many, it is simply seen as a start of nothingness, yet again. Come January 1st, the world of…
As it took God’s grace to bring salvation to man, and reconcile him to the Almighty, so it will take no effort from us both to be saved and to walk with God.
The Governor of Kebbi, Alhaji Atiku Bagudu, on Friday felicitated with the people of the state and other Nigerians on the occasion of the New Year 2021.
Some fun seekers have expressed disappointment over the cancellation of film shows and other activities at the National Theatre, Iganmu, Lagos
Five women were killed in war-torn Yemen when a projectile exploded at a wedding held on New Year's Day
Today is technically just another day, but it is laden with such a great burden of human expectations because that’s how we humans operate, putting so much weight on a day because of the number on the calendar.
Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday reinstated that his administration will fulfill the five demands of the #EndSARS protesters. This is coming months after the EndSars protesters released their “five demands” to the government on October 11, which include disbanding the unit, but also releasing activists from jail, prosecuting poor police conduct, evaluating and retraining…
In a rare occurrence, churches across Lagos and a few other states were shut by the dot of 12, when fireworks and the deafening shouts of ‘Happy New Year’ should customarily have rend the air