This empty life

April 26, 2017 Tola Adeniyi

I am not going to talk about heroic figures whose names have continued to resonate in public discourse and in spaces far beyond their places of birth. This piece is not about the lives of […]

One life, many impacts

April 25, 2017 Dokun Thompson

HRH Yeye Margaret Kehinde Olatunde Thompson was born a twin on the 10th Day of June 1932 to Chief James OlawaleMajekodunmi (the Sakotun of Egbaland), a renowned tailor and Mrs Frances Solabomi Majekodunmi (Nee Lufowora), […]

Counsellors caution couples on ‘elaborate weddings’

April 22, 2017

SOME Nigerian marriage counsellors have advised couples about to tie the nuptial knots, to avoid extravagance during weddings. Instead, they counselled, couples should focus on building financial stability for themselves in marriage. Speaking with the […]

Super Trump Towers

April 21, 2017 J.K. Randle

THE report should leave us salivating: “Paris-based architect Vincent Callebaut wants his buildings to be more than your average tower block.  His vision is ambitious: create an energy-saving, carbon-absorbing civilisation to fight global warming. “I […]

Kalu: A man for all seasons@ 57

April 21, 2017 Peter Eze

CAN  one in a short piece effectively express his sincere feelings about a man who just like an eagle, has consistently kept soaring higher? April 21 of every year is a special day for many, […]

Before the cock crows…

April 20, 2017 Olawole Olakunle

WHEN Nigeria’s motion for independence was moved by Anthony Enahoro, the unified aim was to dislodge the common enemy (the British) from the helm of affairs of this nation. Yet,barely 56 years after independence we […]

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