Shocking: South Africa To Erase Apatheid History

Surprisingly, South Africa is attempting to bring down the statues of remembrance of Apatheid-era in the nation.   Supporting the call to end it once and for all, the President of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa said statues that uphold the fears and horrible past of the nation will not keep standing.   “Any symbol, monument […]

OFFICIAL: Barcelona Announce Ronald Koeman, As New Coach

Finally after the long wait for an official announcement, Barcelona have announced that their former player Ronald Koeman will replace Quique Setien, after the Spaniard was sacked for overseeing a poor end to the 2019/20 season.     Koeman has left his role as Netherlands head coach and has signed on a two-year deal, although the second year of […]

Nigeria Army Sends Warning To State Governor

The Nigerian Military has sent a massage to Governor Babagana Zulum of Borno State to desist from speaking false information about the army, as this could affect the morale of the soldiers. The governor after having his convey attacked had blamed the army for being responsible for the attack. The incident occurred in July in […]

Nigeria First Female Combat Pilot Laid to Rest

Following the death of Nigeria’s first female combat helicopter pilot on the 14 of July, 2020, Tolulope Arotile is laid to rest in mother earth on Thursday. The body of Tolulope Arotile is laid to rest at the military cemetery in Abuja at about 11am on Thursday. Dignitaries present at the burial ceremony included; Chief […]

This Day in History: Bakassi Threatens Secession

In my opinion, the voice of the people is the voice of God. On this day the 9th of July 2006, exactly fourteen years ago, the people of Bakassi came out to express their desire to be part of Nigeria. Bakassi is the peninsular extension of the African territory of Calabar, in Cross river state […]

Amalgamation: Nigeria’s biggest problem?

Nigeria hasn’t always been one country. In fact until Flora Shaw, there wasn’t a “Nigeria” but I will get to that later. After the British conquest, Nigeria was divided into colonies with Lord Frederick Lugard as the governor of both the Northern Protectorate and the Protectorate of Southern Nigeria. On the 1st of January 1914, […]

Amazing Tourist Sites in Nigeria

Over the last couple of weeks, Nigeria has been in the news for the wrong reasons, from Hushpuppy getting arrested for fraud, to the discovery that one of the officers in the George Floyd killing, is a Nigerian. Inspite all the bad news, Nigeria still remains a wonderful place to visit. Nigerians are nice and […]

Popular Nigerian Traditional Marriage Rites

There are two popular weddings types in Nigeria. They include; the cultural or traditional marriage and the religious wedding. In some rare cases we see couple engage in three types, of which the third is the court wedding. However, this discussion focuses on the first type of wedding in Nigeria, which is the traditional marriage. […]

Popular African Tribes and Culture

Africa is known for many things. Of all these things, the most outstanding is it’s culture. This is because some African life-style and peculiar piece have come to be recognized, accepted, and even adopted by other cultures of the world. Thus growing the African culture to become popular and accepted. Research show that Africa is home […]