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Governor Sule Lamido As A Role-Model For New Governors? By Zayyad I. Muhammad

Governor Sule Lamido As A Role-Model For New Governors? By Zayyad I. Muhammad

Many of the first-term governors-elect are coming on board without a well articulated programme and policy for their people. The ‘change’ phenomenon and the Buhari tsunami have brought in some unprepared governors especially in the northern part of Nigeria. The society must help these set of elected public office holders to start good and end excellent.   The Sule Lamido ... Read More »

Nigerian Soup Of Your Choice

Nigerian Soup Of Your Choice

 We all have a warm appetite particularly when it comes to soup; I mean nothing can take over what the power of a delicious soup can do to one’s life.  Sometimes you have to consider what your life would be like with no soup. Sit back, take a deep breath and ask, “What soup tickles my fancy?” Hellofood have laid ... Read More »

Save Baby Blessing, She Has A Hole In Her Heart (PHOTOS)

Save Baby Blessing, She Has A Hole In Her Heart (PHOTOS)

Rapheal Blessing, born January 26, 2015, was recently diagnosed with Ventricular Septal Defect (VSD), which means she has a hole in the wall separating the two chambers of her heart. Efforts to raise just over 3 million naira to perform an urgent surgical repair, has begun. We ask that you help save this young’s life.   To do this, you can ... Read More »

Speakership: Meet the Major Contenders – Rinsola Abiola

Speakership: Meet the Major Contenders – Rinsola Abiola

The 8th National Assembly is set to be inaugurated shortly and in less than a month, a new Speaker will emerge. The tenure of the current Speaker, Rt. Hon. Aminu Tambuwal, will end on 29th May as he will take over the mantle of leadership of Sokoto State from the current governor, Aliyu Wamakko. What Nigerians, therefore, need is a ... Read More »

Bukola Saraki and The Senate Presidency – Bukola Ogunyemi

Bukola Saraki and The Senate Presidency – Bukola Ogunyemi

Since the dust settled on the March 28 political tsunami that ended PDP’s 16 year occupation of Aso Rock, Nigeria has been faced with the realities of an equally important change in the leadership of the National Assembly. For the first time in 8 years, a new Senate President is set to emerge after May 29. Going by Nigeria’s unwritten ... Read More »

Fayose’s Ekiti Turns Kidnappers Den? Before Land Of Honour Becomes Dishonour (1) By @eniola_opeyemi

Fayose’s Ekiti Turns Kidnappers Den? Before Land Of Honour Becomes Dishonour (1) By @eniola_opeyemi

Ekiti state, a reputable state of the intellectuals respected for their quest for knowledge, justice and equity. A state referred by many as ilu awon Ojogbon (land of professors), where notable Nigeria dignitaries emerged.  Ekiti people are known to be hospitable, friendly and peaceful but the much revered reputation is going down the drain as it’s been long Ekiti state ... Read More »

#LadiesCorner: Remedies For Sagging Breasts

#LadiesCorner: Remedies For Sagging Breasts

Breast Mask This mask can be used once a week to firm and strengthen the tissues. The breast mask can be made using natural cream or butter, egg yolk and grated cucumber. Blend all the ingredients together and apply the mixture to the breasts. Wash it after 15 to 20 minutes. Oils A combination of essential and vegetable oils could ... Read More »

#NoiseOfRevolt: African history and One month of president-elect – By @Obajeun

#NoiseOfRevolt: African history and One month of president-elect – By @Obajeun

For some of us who are very familiar with the iron law of human society based on its organic dynamics of choices, the worst specimens of human species are often the most elevated in leadership ranks in Africa. While we may argue if these species are semi-mad, we may find it pointless to puncture a hole in summarizing that it ... Read More »

What The North East Dearly Needs From Buhari, By Mohammed Zayyad

What The North East Dearly Needs From Buhari, By Mohammed Zayyad

Poverty, illiteracy and bad leadership are the greases that run Boko Haram insurgency in the Northeast. In fact, Northeastern Nigeria has become the epicenter of Boko Haram insurgency because majority of the people in the region live in abject poverty induced by toxic leadership. Though, other national factors like, unequal distribution of resources, the sloppy handling of the conflict by ... Read More »

Open Letter To Gen. Muhammadu Buhari, By Habeeb Whyte

Open Letter To Gen. Muhammadu Buhari, By Habeeb Whyte

Dear President – Elect, I remain Habeeb Whyte and I am still obliged with the responsibility that life placed on me to suggest a path deserving a collective action from Nigerian youths towards the faith of our father’s land and at this present time that we have just decided part of our future. You would agree with me that your ... Read More »

Lessons From Mayweather And Chelsea FC By Ololade Ajekigbe

Lessons From Mayweather And Chelsea FC By Ololade Ajekigbe

The much hyped fight between the Filipino eight division world champion, Manny Pacquiao and the undefeated American five-division world champion Floyd Mayweather Jr finally took place as scheduled on the 2nd of May. At the end of the twelfth and final round, the Money man Mayweather was adjudged the winner in a unanimous decision by all three judges. A lot ... Read More »

The Good, The Bad and The Fayoses: Faces That Defined #NigeriaDecides 2015 – Japheth J. Omojuwa

The Good, The Bad and The Fayoses: Faces That Defined #NigeriaDecides 2015 – Japheth J. Omojuwa

The 2015 elections have come and come, but these men and women made it what it was. This is without taking credit away from the Nigerians that eventually delivered the change! Read more here: The Personalities That Defined Nigeria Decides 2015 Read More »

Nigerian Embassies and Nigerian Visas: Two Evils Buhari Must Battle – Japheth J. Omojuwa

Nigerian Embassies and Nigerian Visas: Two Evils Buhari Must Battle – Japheth J. Omojuwa

If you are a Nigerian in the diaspora, you must know all about the Nigerian embassies and high commissions. I can also bet some foreigners can relate with this piece I wrote for Naij. Read it here Nigerian Embassies and Visas Wahala – Omojuwa Read More »

With This Passport I Thee Wed, UK Marriage Brokers Increase

With This Passport I Thee Wed, UK Marriage Brokers Increase

Immigration to the United Kingdom has been steadily rising over the past 20 years. Although the numbers fluctuate, hundreds of thousands more people now enter the UK every year than leave it, attracted by its (perceived) economic opportunities and political and personal freedoms. Most Britons seem prepared to welcome them, providing they have entered legally and make an effort to ... Read More »

How to Start An Online Business: Building A Minimum Viable Audience By Suhaib Mohammed

How to Start An Online Business: Building A Minimum Viable Audience By Suhaib Mohammed

“If you want something from an audience, you give blood from their fantasies. It’s the ultimate hustle.” ~ Marlon Brando Without an audience, you’re in trouble. This is true for local Nigerian artist who struggled to amass huge audience of fans to maximize the sales of his album. He knows that when the audience isn’t line up to grab his ... Read More »