There Was Country and It Still Belongs to Lord Lugard

On July 17, 2019. 

By Tabia Princewill

FIFTY NINE years after Independence, majority of Nigerians still express themselves using the language of colonial rule. To be clear, I am not referring to the English language but to the many phrases with which Nigerians describe one another. 1,305 more words

Nigerian News

Relevance of Separation of Powers and It's  Application to Nigeria (2)

On July 17, 2019. 

By Aare Afe Babalola

IT is unfortunate that since Nigeria’s independence in 1960, the state has been wallowing in the abyss of misrule and has been struggling tenaciously to sustain genuine democracy and the judiciary has been saddled with the role of stabilising Nigeria’s democracy. 1,353 more words

Nigerian News

The ‘house Negroes’ of Nigeria

On July 16, 2019. BY Idowu Bankole

MALCOM X made a fine distinction between the house Negro and the field Negro in one of his numerous speeches. 1,187 more words

Nigerian News

SHE SAID / HE SAID - Anniversaries

In the 14th of July edition of the Sunday Times, Paige Nick and I are back with a brand new She Said / He Said – and we’re talking about how technology has taken all the romance out of anniversaries, and how men (me) can barely remember their own Mother’s birthdays, never mind other special dates. 885 more words


A review article on Article 15

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Article 15- the Ayushmann Khurrana starrer had driven media attention before its release and the actor’s fans were looking forward to another important issue dealt with, in the next movie of their idol. 759 more words

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A word with a very deep meaning to it,

I mean, what you are passionate about is one type of love, for what you have an intense feeling to is another type and it could also be having an affection towards someone. 624 more words


SHE SAID / HE SAID - Fashion

Back in the 6th of November 2017 edition of THE TIMES, Yolisa Qunta and I spoke about rocking a pair of crocs in public, chicks who wear heels bigger than your manhood and ‘undawear that’s funtawear.’ … 721 more words