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Nigerian Youth Need An Alternative Culture
Nigerian Youth Need An Alternative Cultu...

Nigerian Youth Need An Alternative Culture

18th May 2020   Starting by stating the obvious: that a good culture creates a good country; and a bad culture creates a bad country. So, by the culture lived out, citizens establish the kind of country they prefer, not only for themselves but also for their children. Before going any further,... read more »

Traditional Rulers Vitals to National Development - Hamzat
Traditional Rulers Vitals to National De...

Traditional Rulers Vitals to National Development – Hamzat

Lagos State Deputy Governor, Dr. Kadri Obafemi Hamzat has stressed the importance of traditional rulers in the promotion of peaceful co-existence among communities to bring about national development and growth. Speaking at a Symposium organised to commemorate the 20th Coronation Anniversary of the... read more »

You – A Platform For Social Change
You – A Platform For Social Change

You – A Platform For Social Change

14th January 2020   Most people want to be commended, or valued, or “blessed” after they have done a good deed. Most of us want to be recognised after we have done something helpful. This is perfectly normal, and it is us being human. Other people though, live at a higher level. One of... read more »

Opinion: Are You A Marlian? - Bayo Adeyinka
Opinion: Are You A Marlian? – Bayo...

Opinion: Are You A Marlian? – Bayo Adeyinka

It looks harmless- just ordinary dancing steps. Great legwork and body movements. Very rhythmic and colourful. It’s just a fad. And like all other fads, it will come, be around for a while and then expire. Ar least, we’ve had other fads and none lasted forever. Fads come and fads go.... read more »

Nigerian Culture or Alternative Culture?
Nigerian Culture or Alternative Culture?

Nigerian Culture or Alternative Culture?

1st January 2020 Living in Nigeria, it is tiring to hear the usual response of, “This is Nigeria” or “This is not the UK” or “Are you not a Nigerian?”, in the face of obvious wrongdoing that I have challenged. In any country the predominant culture is the one... read more »

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Kwanzaa – Our Tool to Push Away the Looming Darkness

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Eid el-Kabir: Remember The Needy, As You Celebrate, Lawmaker Charges Well Meaning Nigerians

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As Muslims faithful celebrate this year’s Eid el Kabir, a member of Lagos State House of Assembly, Hon. Gbolahan Yishawu representing Eti-Osa constituency 02 has called on well... read more »

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Eid-El-Kabir: Cleric Urges Nigerians to Live in Togetherness and Peace

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A renowned Ibadan based Islamic Cleric, Prof. Sabit Ariyo Olagoke on Friday  urged Nigerians to live in togetherness and peace as exemplified by Prophet Mohammed. This contained in Eid... read more »

Eid El-Kabir: Sanwo-Olu Assures Lagosians of Maximum Entertainment

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The Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu has assured lagosians, fun lovers, tourists and religious faithful that all the various Parks and Beaches across the State are ready and in good shape to... read more »