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3 Reasons Your Guy Checks Out Other Women

3 Reasons Your Guy Checks Out Other Women

1. Blame it on our noggins. Scientists say one of the most glaring differences between the male and female brain is that men have a sexual pursuit area that is 2.5 times larger than the one in the female brain. As Louann Brizendine, M.D., author of The Male Brain explains it, just as cavemen sought out multiple mating partners so ... Read More »

Nigeria’s Democracy Is Maturing; INEC Should Be Supported – Prof. Chidi Odinkalu (NHRC)

Nigeria’s Democracy Is Maturing; INEC Should Be Supported – Prof. Chidi Odinkalu (NHRC)

NIGERIA’S DEMOCRACY IS MATURING; INEC SHOULD BE SUPPORTED TO DO THE RIGHT & LAWFUL THING TO SUSTAIN IT   STATEMENT BY CHIDI ANSELM ODINKALU, PH.D, CHAIRMAN GOVERNING COUNCIL, NATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION Abuja, 30 March, 2015: Nigerians from all walks of life went to the polls on Saturday, March 28, 2015 to vote for their leaders. Notwithstanding several hitches and some ... Read More »

#StillOnTheMatter: Empty Manifestoes- A Call For The Enactment Of The RECALLMENT ACT By Tam Kemabonta

#StillOnTheMatter: Empty Manifestoes- A Call For The Enactment Of The RECALLMENT ACT By Tam Kemabonta

As part of their electioneering processes, politicians required to give manifestoes – publicly written documents that entail policies, principles and objectives they  to follow – so as to give the electorate a reason to vote them in. This usually involves politicians making specific promises as to what they hope their achievements would be, when elected into office, taking into cognizance ... Read More »

Opposition Politics In Africa By Tony Ademiluyi

Opposition Politics In Africa By Tony Ademiluyi

The opposition or the government in waiting plays a vital role in the political development of any country. It exists to offer constructive criticisms and prevent the ruling party from getting disconnected to the people. However in Africa it is seen as an evil that has to be dispensed with. In the aborted first Republic in Nigeria, the ruling Northern ... Read More »

Bringing The Igbos Home By David Atta

Bringing The Igbos Home By David Atta

Firstly, this it for the Igbos who do not believe they have a place in the Nigerian collective. To the open-minded, free-mixing Igbo guy that fell in love with and married a Yoruba babe; to the audacious, wide-travelled Igbo gal, intent on settling down with an Egbira dude, this is not for you. Thank you. I am not Igbo. So to some ... Read More »

Stubborn Belly Fat? Read Why It Is Not Burning

Stubborn Belly Fat? Read Why It Is Not Burning

You’re Eating Too Many Processed Foods. Belly fat is associated with inflammation, which is caused by eating refined grains like white bread, crackers, and chips, as well as the refined sugars in sweetened drinks and desserts. Trans fats and animal products are two other highly processed ingredients in our food that have been shown to cause inflammation, which goes straight to your ... Read More »

Letter To Nigeria’s Next President By Dr. Amina Aminu Dorayi

Letter To Nigeria’s Next President By Dr. Amina Aminu Dorayi

Dear Mr. Next President, permit me to congratulate you in advance for this resounding success at the 2015 general elections. It is no mere feat to go through such an intense electioneering period in the “giant of Africa” and come out victorious. I pray that through your number one position, God will help you to help us all. Mr. next ... Read More »

While We Officially Await The Final Results By Ogundana Michael Rotimi

While We Officially Await The Final Results By Ogundana Michael Rotimi

The voting process in the long awaited Nigerian presidential election has come and has gone except in few places in Yobe state where the presidential election has been postponed indefinitely for security reasons. Our different and various dreams, hopes and aspirations are becoming clearer and more visible to us as we await the official announcement of the final results. There ... Read More »

#NoiseOfRevolt: Goodbye to the longest six weeks – By @Obajeun

#NoiseOfRevolt: Goodbye to the longest six weeks – By @Obajeun

No man rules forever on the throne of time. We have come a long way through tumultuous routes of fears, suppression, anticipation and ad-hoc precipitation of disenchantment. We went through biting cold and stepped along red carpet of intimidation. We have finally arrived at the bulwark of decision, where history has once again, vested in us the power to enable ... Read More »

We The Undecided – Colin Udoh

We The Undecided – Colin Udoh

It sucks to be a Nigerian voter. Now more than ever before in our history, possibly. I know, because I’m one of nearly 69 million people who will go out on Saturday, possibly under searing heat and cloying humidity, if not pouring rain, to cast my vote for my choice of candidate to rule this country for another 4 years. ... Read More »

Nigerian Economy Remains Strong – Okonjo Iweala

Nigerian Economy Remains Strong – Okonjo Iweala

How is Nigeria faring in the face of the dwindling oil prices?  I will like to say one thing: there has been some attempt to make people feel that there is no hope; that this situation is so difficult; there is hopelessness.  I said from the beginning when oil prices began to fall by 50%. I said that this will ... Read More »

Damasak: Silence, Denial and The Nigerian Government

Damasak: Silence, Denial and The Nigerian Government

Damasak is the latest in a series of Boko Haram abductions. I wrote a piece for Naij.com on what this means and why it is unacceptable. Read here Omojuwa on Naij Read More »

The Game Around Buhari’s Disqualification and The Hurdles Ahead

The Game Around Buhari’s Disqualification and The Hurdles Ahead

My latest Naij.com column focuses on the Disqualification Suit against APC’s General Buhari and the hurdles that may be ahead for him and his party. Please read Omojuwa on Naij Read More »

Election 2015: Our Biggest Fears – Gimba Kakanda

Election 2015: Our Biggest Fears – Gimba Kakanda

The elections are already here, and yet again nothing has been done to mitigate our fear of the outcomes. The apparition of the post-election violence, as witnessed four years ago, is here again. Our fears aren’t mitigated and it is not because of the people’s lack of faith in the security agencies now combing major towns and cities across the country in armoured tanks and vans full of men that seem like the cast of ... Read More »

Frank Talk: Why General Buhari Should Lead Us By Onyeka Okonji

Frank Talk: Why General Buhari Should Lead Us By Onyeka Okonji

The past few months have been a very tight and challenging one in the polity of Nigeria, the political landscape of Nigeria has become so heated up that it affects even the citizens of this great nation who are wrongly believed to have no control over what goes on this country. Critical part of this season is the elections into ... Read More »