‘Homeland Catalysis: More than just Anambra Narratives’ and ‘ Nigeria Civil War (1967 —...

I just took delivery of my two latest books, 'Homeland Catalysis: More than just Anambra Narratives' and ' Nigeria Civil War (1967...

Year we thought would not come that taught us a lot

NO ONE would have thought that it was possible for a person to step into the middle of a market or one...

For Osodieme, giving is living

It takes a lot of pains to part with what one owns because it is a human's nature that makes him or...

2020 drops hints of future culture

I GOT a headway in two issues that I have been striving to think through for a while now when I encountered...

Emmanuel Nwobosi (1938 – 2020): Warrior, folk hero

WHILE searching for a befitting valedictory line to the late elder statesman, Pa. Emmanuel  Nwora Nwobosi, I found this text by Susilo...
Umahi's Carnage at Lekki Toll Gate

When artists ponder ‘Security,’ Nigeria comes out hurting, bloodied

IN A season of bullying, bullets, bandits and bloodbath even the insensitive senses danger. There are blood marks everywhere on our streets....

Historic treasure languishing in Ifitedunu

HISTORY and treasure have their inexpicable way of hiding away even from those who own them until discovered. Hiden in the middle...

Life: Youth, go equipped

In the aftermath of the #EndSARS riots and growing complaints across country of youth unemployment as well as general lack of opportunities...

Nwakpadolu… generous, hard working Joseph, emerges in print

BOOKS preserve history. Well written books on great people preserve history and serve valuable nuggets of wisdom for people who want to...

COVID-19 pandemic’s assaults on journalism ethics

IN THIS edition one will pander towards academics as the issue in context will require some intellectual excursion into the foundations of...

Nigeria not jaga-jaga but in need of prop

HE WHO failed to plan, planned to fail. In the opinion of many pundits, Nigeria has failed to plan well hence her...

Crossfire of harsh words from Olumo Rock, Aso Rock

AT THE moment, it is raining cats and dogs on the lawns of Mr. President. No thanks one of his predecessors, Olusegun...

Uwa Usen: Shock exit of creative sector’s most engaging leader

TRIBUTES are good for what they are – paying due respect to the departed. No matter how adept one is in the...

Imo: That name, Hope

ONE was suprised when it was announced that the governor of Imo State, Hope Uzodimma has marked his 100th day in office....

This Corona Wahala Sef

.. Chanting away the pains This coronavirus sefHim own too much sefE sabi worry usLike say na only...

COVID-19: There’s danger if we don’t prop our medics

SOME people have described the current unprecedented global siege caused by coronavirus as the third world war (WW III) which seers like...

Chukwuelobe’s self-quarantine… inspiring in coronavirus era

THE experience of  the Abuja-based journalist, Fred Chukwuelobe who quarantined himself for 14 days after returning from a trip to the United...

Stay where you are… in everybody’s interest

There is no need to travel. You are safe where you are– Dr. Osagie Ehanire, Nigeria's Minister of Health, April 1, 2020

‘Corona-drive-us’… wanted creative communication of hope

THERE is a kiosk in my neighborhood where I often buy telephone recharge cards. The man who owns it is an interesting...

Obiano: I love his heart

What the saints, sages, and saviours have accomplished, you likewise may accomplish if you will only thread the way which they trod...

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