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One Minute Extra With Jessica #Vlog

One Minute Extra With Jessica #Vlog

One minute extra with Jessica is a weekly vlog that talks about everyday issues and how we can overcome them, issues like gossiping, forgiving yourself, molestation and more. One minute extra with Jessica is hosted by Jess the Gifted who has been able to overcome this issues and wishes to share them with other people because sometimes experience is not ... Read More »

#PAUSIBILITY: We Are Africans! by Adebayo Coker

  My dear people, I must start by congratulating us for the consolidation of democracy. Two weeks ago we had both Gubernatorial and House of Assembly elections. Even though there were pockets of skirmishes, I can submit that we are all determined to make this system work and with time the imbroglio will be dealt with, then our nation will ... Read More »

The Needless Xenophobia By Tony Ademiluyi

The Needless Xenophobia By Tony Ademiluyi

The rainbow nation as conceived by the vision of the Late Madiba Nelson Mandela was to be one that will be free from discrimination and a leveler for all to attain the acme of success through a platform that creates equal opportunity. The ugly idea of xenophobia was not part of the original package. How did the largest economy in ... Read More »

The ‘Tree Shakers ’  By Olu Onemola

The ‘Tree Shakers ’ By Olu Onemola

The ‘Tree Shakers’ have existed throughout Nigeria’s lengthy and often tumultuous history. They were the Herbert Macaulay’s of the 1940s – the brave men and women who formed the Nigerian National Council to demand our independence from British rule. They were the young Wole Soyinka’s of our country’s golden age, the energetic citizen-soldiers who took over radio stations to protest ... Read More »

Why Nigeria Is Better Off Without Jonathan By Adejoh Idoko Momoh.

Why Nigeria Is Better Off Without Jonathan By Adejoh Idoko Momoh.

In the last 6 years it has become uninspiring to live in Nigeria and the reasons mostly surround its Commander In Chief, Dr Goodluck Jonathan. His leadership not only leaves Nigeria largely disunited and directionless but also battling one of Africa’s worst insurgencies. It is a fact that Mr Jonathan will not be remembered for much besides leaving behind a ... Read More »

Christopher Kolade, Oby Ezekwesili, Tunde Bakare & Audu Maikori Lead Intergenerational Dialogue As EiE Celebrates 5th Anniversary

Christopher Kolade, Oby Ezekwesili, Tunde Bakare & Audu Maikori Lead Intergenerational Dialogue As EiE Celebrates 5th Anniversary

“Of all the institutions of a democratic society, there’s none as formidable as an awakened and conscious citizenry.” Shehu Sani March 16th marked the 5th anniversary of the historic 2010 protest to the National Assembly led by young Nigerians – students, entrepreneurs, professionals & celebrities – to demand compliance with the rule of law. At the time, President Yar’Adua was ... Read More »

Bolanle Ambode: One Half Of The New Lagos Power Couple By Onyeka Kerous Ibeanusi

Bolanle Ambode: One Half Of The New Lagos Power Couple By Onyeka Kerous Ibeanusi

If there is a Nobel prize for First Ladies in Nigeria, how many would have come to Lagos? Unarguably, Lagos state has produced two active first ladies in the last 16 years. From Remi Tinubu, Asiwaju’s better half who is presently a serving Senator of the Federal Republic to  Abimbola Fashola, the wife and companion of the outgoing Governor of ... Read More »

My Letter To General Muhammadu Buhari By Johannes Tobi Wojuola

My Letter To General Muhammadu Buhari By Johannes Tobi Wojuola

Dear General Muhammadu Buhari, Congratulations Sir! I have spent the past weeks since your victory was announced in near boundless euphoric excitement and propitious reverie. The reason is as crystal as ice. I had asked myself a year back, what the future would hold in the next five years. The answers that came sat with a frown on my face ... Read More »

A Glimpse Of Hope For Our Democracy By Ewah Otu Eleri

A Glimpse Of Hope For Our Democracy By Ewah Otu Eleri

It was about 6.30PM Saturday evening on the Election Day. The rain was merciless. It was as if the women were boiling in the heavy downpour. Young girls, old women – just everybody was dancing in a frenzy as I drove up the path to the Enohia village square on my way to see a cousin. The women in wild ... Read More »

Vacancy For Bloggers And Writers At Omojuwa.com: How To Apply

Vacancy For Bloggers And Writers At Omojuwa.com: How To Apply

At www.omojuwa.com We’re recruiting! We’re looking for bloggers and writers who have a way with words and a passion for viral trends. You Have a wide knowledge of everything our readers would love from politics, to entertainment, sports, fiction, and well detailed articles, that would get our audience spell bound as always with the trail we make in the Poli ... Read More »

Abia governorship elections: Is Jega ashamed of his INEC yet? – Chinedu Ekeke

Abia governorship elections: Is Jega ashamed of his INEC yet? – Chinedu Ekeke

Look at the pictures above and feel pity for Nigerians. The country has an electoral body that is inherently partisan, watches political contestants subvert the electoral process without raising a finger and then commands complainants to come up with ‘evidence’ of irregularities. The man in suit cheerfully displaying his certificate of return for ‘winning’ a seat in Nigeria’s Federal House ... Read More »

South Africa’s Xenophobia~ A Misfired Hatred By Abiola Akintunde

South Africa’s Xenophobia~ A Misfired Hatred By Abiola Akintunde

Reactions to the Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini’s comments about foreigners by South Africans manifested in the most irrational way that the greatest irrational being can never rationalise; an attack on a foreign black community by a black community who were and are still socially oppressed and economically abandoned by their White compatriots and their government. South Africa; a country of ... Read More »

GoodLuck Jonathan And History By Abdulkadir Mohammed

GoodLuck Jonathan And History By Abdulkadir Mohammed

An elder Statesman Alhaji Maitama Sule (Dan Masanin Kano) Once stated that “Any one who ruled Nigeria and Left Nigeria intact Must be Congratulated, for Nigeria is a very difficult country to rule, it is like a silk gown as you fold one sleeve the other sleeve unfold it self”. The more tangible lesson Is that every single ruler in ... Read More »

Open Letter To TIME Magazine On Shekau Making 100 Most Influential List

Open Letter To TIME Magazine On Shekau Making 100 Most Influential List

Dear TIME Magazine, Shekau is not influential in my country, the basis of this statement and ranking amongst the most popular positive great Nigerians you mentioned in that list makes it even more difficult for me to understand, how would you call a man who has killed over 15,000 of my people as influential? How would you call a man ... Read More »

Buhari: Let Dele Momodu Lead The Tourism Sector By Ayo Arannilewa

Buhari: Let Dele Momodu Lead The Tourism Sector By Ayo Arannilewa

As part of on-going effort to make the incoming government of President-elect Mohammadu Buhari succeed to the benefit of all Nigerians. I’m suggesting a familiar ground yet to be fully broken and a competent individual with the ability to successfully break the ground if hired by the government. My interest in Nigeria tourism sector is based on knowledge in the ... Read More »