Nigeria at 62
The Queen’s passing undoubtedly had a colonial undertone for some regions of the world, particularly in Africa, where her influence still loomed large. As Nigeria celebrates its 62nd independence from British rule this month, memories of slavery and colonialism are bound to fill the minds and hearts of Nigerians and many Africans alike. Here we…
The Secretary-General of Niger Republic Community in Nigeria, Mallam Sidilghabit Tarwaq, has commended the warm relationship between Nigeria and the Niger Republic.
Sir: Nigeria and Nigerians deserve a new burst of hope as we celebrate another anniversary of the country’s independence on October 1, 2022.
For Nigeria Independence Day I wanted to create something that will give people that nostalgic feeling and give them a little taste of our
Drum roll, because it’s that time of the year again. And yes, we are referring to our beloved country, Nigeria’s Independence Day. While the day is widely known for celebrating the years since we gained freedom from colonial masters (62 to be precise), it’s also an opportunity for you to worry less about what colour…
“Between good friends, brothers shall I say there must be frank understanding. Lack of frankness leads to suspicion, suspicion engenders mistrust and mistrust breeds enmity. But so long as we speak with an open mind and know one another’s thoughts and respect them even though we cannot agree with them, we shall remain good friends.”…
Former Senate President, Dr. Bukola Saraki congratulated Nigerians on the 62nd anniversary of the nation’s independence, saying that the future of the country looks bright despite the present challenges.
Nigeria, the acclaimed giant of Africa celebrates her 62nd Independence Day today. Ordinarily, six decades of freedom from colonial imperialism and political slavery ought to be celebrated with pageantry...
There is an argument every October 1 Independence Day anniversary over whether or not there is anything to celebrate about Nigeria. The majority of people tend to align with the contrary that Nigeria is a failure and so has nothing to celebrate...
The Bishop, Catholic Diocese of Oyo, Most Rev. Emmanuel Badejo, yesterday, urged Nigerians not to stop believing in a better nation.
Since its independence in 1960, education has remained one of the areas focused by the government to bring about the rapid development of the country. But before the Federal Government’s decision