Democracy at crossroads in the heartlands
January 31, 2020, was a momentous day on both sides of the pond (Atlantic Ocean). Brexit happened and the United States (US) Senate, controlled by Trump’s Republican Party
Sultan, Abiodun, others to debate peaceful co-existence at NASFAT confab
The foremost Islamic organization, Nasiru-Lahi-L-Fatih Society, (NASFAT) has concluded plans to hold her 5th Biennial Conference tagged Ogun 2019
Ycee Drops New Single, Dakun
Ahead of his highly anticipated debut album CeevsZAHEE, which will drop in November, award-winning rapper, Oludemilade Martin Alejo, better known by his stage name, Ycee, has released a brand new song, Dakun.
The man who seeks
I have just read an online report of a bizarre find in a container in the United Kingdom. According to the report, police discovered 39 bodies in a container early yesterday in Essex
Breastfeeding for longer could help save environment from damage caused by infant formula
Breastfeeding for longer could help save the environment, scientists have said as they reveal Britain’s poor rates cause the equivalent of 77,000 cars worth of damage. Experts at Imperial College London have for the first time calculated the harm to the planet from infant formula.
Cranfield seeks linkage with local varsities to tackle energy crisis
To help solve the unending energy crisis confronting the country through human capacity development, Director of Energy and Power at Cranfied University, United Kingdom (UK), Prof. Phil Hart, has announced that the institution is open to build relations with universities and colleges in Nigeria.
UK plans new free ports after Brexit
The United Kingdom (UK) is planning to establish up to 10 “free ports” that will drive growth after the UK leaves the European Union (EU) on October 31.
Genesis academy, winners of UK’s biggest youth tournament return
The victorious young lads of Genesis Football Academy who participated in their maiden appearance at the English International Super Cup in Manchester, United Kingdom (UK), were given a heroic welcome at the Murtala Mohammed Internation Airport on Sunday, after their arrival with the U-16 summer competition throphy.
Israel Ogundipe flies 14 young footballers to UK for Manchester game
In what could best be described as a major social responsibility gesture and commendable contribution to youth development, Rev. Israel Dele Ogundipe, Shepherd-In-Charge of Celestial of Church of Christ, Genesis Global, has set up a professional youth football academy, which is already doing well less than one year after it was set up. As you…
Ezenwa Maja-Pearce’s painterly activism in Overcoming Misogyny
After her residency programme in Swansea, the United Kingdom, Juliet Ezenwa Maja-Pearce has returned with paintings that are armoured in defence of women’s right. In partnership with Yemaja Gallery, the Marion Donalda Fund for Visual Artists sponsored the programme.