The king, dearth of honour and the rest of us - Part 3
It is easy to be tolerant of the principles of other people if you have none of your own – Sir Herbert Samuel. The public space of today’s Nigeria is anything but honourable. No thanks to the funny characters to which our society has bequeathed its noble driving seats. This is not to imply that…
‘Stop discriminating against albinos’
Abia State Coordinator of Albino Foundation, Lady Ugonwa Okeke, has decried the discrimination against albinos in the society, calling on the government
Stress management - Part 2
Stress impacts all aspects of our society. Most Nigerians are entrepreneurs from the roadside hawker to the civil servant who sells products on the side
Rising cases of cultism, kidnapping traced to absence of boys scout
The rising cases of social vices including cultism, kidnapping and armed robbery, among other ills plaguing the society, have been traced to absence of scouting in the primary
Street begging ban beneficial to society - Pantami
The Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Isa Pantami has faulted the position taken by some Islamic scholars on the ban on street begging in Kano, saying the ban is beneficial to Almajiris
Experts harp on grooming, empowering girl-child
An appeal has been made to parents and society; to give the girl-child a voice, opportunities and empowerment towards building capacities, thrive like everyone else and bridge the gender inequality gap in leadership.
Students tackle societal problems via innovations
Eleven students from Nigerian tertiary institutions have pitched different innovations to solve technological and societal problems. Three winners will be empowered with N3 million start-up capital at the end of the innovative challenge, which held at the University of Lagos (UNILAG).
El Paso Shooting: We must combat hate speech and racism in church and society - Part 1
he grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you all. Our Diocese is a racially and ethnically diverse diocese. As a result, we cannot avoid addressing the issue of race relations in our diocese.
The intricacies of rape in our society
The debate about the allegation of rape which hit the social medial penultimate week is still waxing stronger by every passing minute. As expected, a lot of people have expressed their divergent opinions from their level of understanding of the subject matter.
‘Every Woman Is A Queen, Potential First Lady’
Tolulope Tunde-Ajiboye is a dynamic speaker and founder of Blooming Amazons Ministry (BLAM), a for-purpose ministry that is focused on supporting women to discover and live in the reality of being all that God has called them to be. With the Platform , she organizes conferences and seminars for young women particularly between the ages…