Audu’s family condemns electoral violence in Kogi
The family of the late former governor Abubakar Audu of Kogi State has condemned the violence that erupted in the state during and after the November 16, 2019 governorship election.
Indigenous languages get a boost with Nalingo Naija
Burdened by the threat of extinction of Nigeria’s indigenous languages especially among the middle and upper class, Nalingo Naija, an interactive and entertaining digital platform, is poised to teach indigenes and non-indigenes the Yorùbá language and culture.
Egba, in Kaduna, advocate restructuring
The Egba people in northern Nigeria have re-echoed the South West’s agitation for restructuring of Nigeria. They said a situation where one region consistently produces the president and clamour to continue to hold on to power, is not healthy for the country and calls for restructuring.
Osinbajo’s travails war against Yoruba, says Akintoye
A Yoruba leader, Prof. Banji Akintoye, yesterday alleged that the conspiracy against Vice President Yemi Osinbajo was a deliberate ploy to enslave Yoruba.
Experts task Yoruba on culture
In a bid to revive the Yoruba culture and language, experts have tasked indigenes to practice the culture and speak the language as a way of transferring them to their children.
Yoruba nation under the siege of linguistic slavery
I was wondering what offense would a five-year-old girl have committed to deserve such a heavy spank. I watched her scurried away from her mother to the far corner of her bed, looking petrified.
Akintoye’s leadership will unite Yoruba nation, says Tola Adeniyi
Nigeria is a merger of all sorts of characters. Before the British came, we were organised – all the nationalities were organised. There were beautiful kingdoms in Southern Nigeria – the Oyo Kingdom...
Facebook introduces Yoruba, Igbo, Swahili to check fake news
Social media platform, Facebook, in partnership with Africa Check, has added new local language support for several African languages to fortify its third-party fact-checking programme.
Yoruba youths laud northern leaders’ decision on open grazing in South East
The Yoruba Youth Socio-cultural Association (YYSA) Worldwide has described the step taken in the South East by the northern leaders, Livestock and Perishable Goods Market Traders and Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association to ban herdsmen who do not have families in the region from grazing as commendable.