Nigerians React To The Death Of Majek Fashek
Veteran Nigerian music star Majekodunmi Fasheke professionally known as Majek Fashek is dead. Fashek who was best known for his massive 1988 single "Send Down the Rain" has been plagued by a mysterious illness for a while and died in the United States on June 1, 2020. Majek Fashek started his career in the early…
Nigerians React To The Claim That 5G Network Causes Coronavirus
Numerous conspiracy theories shared on and off social media claim that 5G mobile networks are the cause of coronavirus pandemic. This has been asserted to be false by AFP. Experts have said that 5G is based on radio frequency and that this does not create viruses according to AFP. This claim was recently amplified by…
Nigerians under intense pressure
Close studies of Nigerians will not but reveal a sordid case of people living under very severe pressure and excruciating pains. It’s doubtful if there’s any Nigerian living within the country that is without any form of psychological challenge even if the degree defers from one person to another.
British Airways apologises, explains why Nigerians were abandoned in Ghana
British Airways, yesterday, apologised to its Nigerian customers that were abandoned in Accra, Ghana, last week, saying the inconvenience was regrettable.
Ways to resettle returning Nigerian migrants, by stakeholders
The Nigerian Association of Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture (NACCIMA) Export Group (NEG) and International Organisation for Migration (IOM) have sought ties to support
The broken twig
During my last visit to the United States, I had a rather interesting discussion with my brother-in-law, about his experiences during his two-year job hunt post immigration. Each time he sent his CV to fellow Nigerians, they'd fail to help him. However, the moment he finally managed, despite all the odds to secure a decent…
The place of prophecy in a democratic government
Prophecy as defined by Thomas Aquinas is; the certain foretelling of a future event by a person supernaturally informed of it and supernaturally moved to announce it.
Oil Bunkering: Nigerian Navy hands over 57 Nigerians, 7 Sri-Lankans, 2 Ghanaians to EFCC
The Nigerian Navy (NN) on Friday handed over 57 Nigerians, seven Sri-Lankans and two Ghanaians, suspected to be involved in oil bunkering
Government vows against blackmail in securing Nigerians, property
The presidency yesterday vowed not to be blackmailed in complying with certain socio-cultural issues as it deals with the security threats confronting the country.
Nigerians and the lure of suicide
he rate at which many Nigerians are resorting to taking their own lives is appalling and utterly worrisome. Just as if the nation has suddenly entered the Era of suicide