Nigerian Twitter went agog after a video of a revered pastor saying no man should get married to ladies who are culinary challenged, surfaced online….
I have watched with disbelief during the early morning rush hour as primary school children are left to cross busy roads alone.
I have held my breath many a time as a lone child dangerously crosses a busy street risking his life.
Some adults are not even able to cross these busy roads. Where are the parents?
….His quote reminded me of the story of an Australian woman, Noela Rukundo, whose husband hired assassins to kill her on a visit to Burundi for the burial of a relative. In a nutshell, the situation boomeranged and he got nine years for inciting murder. It must have been a shock to Noela. Her husband certainly didn’t belie the fact he was planning her murder, this was a classic case of “notoriety and the human psyche”…
“…I don’t even consider black women as women, more like feminine men to me to be very honest”. In my usual positive state which someone else would call “naivety”, I told myself that this was someone who was probably referring to the strength of a black woman, and I was about to move on, when I saw another statement made by her “Laughing my fat…
My grandmother was a midwife who ran a thriving maternity home from 1972 to 1995. In her practice, she carried out male circumcisions only. As far as I can remember, male children born in her maternity returned a week after their birth, to be circumcised. Female children returned to get their ear lobes pierced. I… Continue reading Male Circumcision And The Law
A Nigerian- British couple were convicted in the United Kingdom for trafficking and exploiting a man they brought into the country when he was 14 years old, holding him captive for the next 24 years as their slave. The man spent most of his life at the whim and caprices of the couple and their… Continue reading Using children as domestic
slaves – By Debbie Ariyo
Growing up we got the idea of going through school and getting a white collar job with somewhat a good pay to take home but with the increase in unemployment rate to 7.5% in the Q1 of 2015 we need to fall back on “creative energy”. A new Nigeria would not be complete if the… Continue reading A NEW NIGERIA: THE ROLE OF THE ENTREPRENEUR