I bowed my head in shame as a Yoruba man by Femi Fani-Kayode

The former Minister has this to say! There are two moments in history when, as a Yoruba, I bowed my head in shame. The first was in 1966 when Yoruba leaders and traditional rulers went to the north after the massacar of 100,000 Igbo civilians to “thank” northern leaders for not allowing the mob to

Its a mistake to think that time is going by Austine Obogo

_It is a mistake to think time is going. Time is not going. Time is here until the world ends. It is you that is going. You don’t waste time. Time is infinite. You waste yourself. You are finite. It is you that grovws old and die. Time doesn’t. So make better use of yourself

What is your price by EMPRESS AMARA

When a man walk up to you and ask: how you’re doing, what do you think he came over there for? He didn’t come over to learn anything from you, but to find out about your interests, likes and wants. ads: good news you can now promote your music or movies to reach 10 million


Every Nigerian has the legitimate and constitutional right to protest and demonstrate peacefully in a democracy. It is NOT an act of treason to march against the President and to protest about the insecurity in the country. The publisher of Saharareporters and a presidential candidate in the just- concluded presidential elections, Mr. Omoyele Sowore, expressed


The Leader of Indigenous People of Biafra Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, reacting on the death of Madam Funke Fasoranti the daughter of Afenifere Chairman, sends a strong message to Yoruba race. The brazen terror attack on Yoruba soil by Fulani terrorists yesterday must not go unanswered. Let the murder of the daughter of Afenifere Chairman Funke

Anger in marriage

I choose to share my marriage experiences with the general public so every who cares to learn, can learn from it, below is my experiences in marriage. My husband and I fought because of his excessive calls. The way women call him in my presence and sometimes, he will silent his phone and leave the