Friday, January 18, 2019
Ten year-old Maths whizkid, Esther Okade, has joined the league of Nigerians in the Diaspora making waves in the academic world. Esther has made a mark as possibly the UK’s brightest kid and youngest undergraduate after securing admission into...
General Muhammadu Buhari, presidential aspirant of the All Progressives Congress (APC) was born on December 17, 1942. He is 72 years in 2014. He will be 73 in 2015. Still young to be President of Nigeria! This nonsense about...
The comments by the US State Department vis-à-vis the 2011 general elections was far more positive than that of 2007. In the latter year, the aforesaid department tagged Nigeria's elections as 'flawed' while a chief European union observer, Max...
You have seen it all - the glitz and glamour of your dreams unfold before your mind's eyes. And you have cherished the thought of seeing your dream actualized for as long as you can remember. You see, the...
By Femi Arowoshola: It takes a lot to move from youthfulness to agedness; it takes even more to accept the challenges that come with accepting that we are aging. You shouldn’t blame those who refuse to hold birthday parties in order...
Prologue: What motivates people to embark on study trips outside their home countries - search for higher standard, better facilities, need to brighten career prospects or sheer adventure? For Yemi Ogunnubi, a senior Editor/Producer with the Voice of Nigeria, it...
By Jude Uchella:   The hostel: Slowly, I walked through the dark passage, with eyes strained to follow the path. my nostrils agitated at the insurgence of putrid smell, more dangerous a weapon than fart. I was shocked when I saw smiles of elated faces, dancing to the lyrics of smelling faeces. I saw...
With the Weavers: I trudged in hotfoot back to my room, my shoes were ready now and all I had to do was wear them and vamoose. As I tied the shoelace I thought of what could be happening at...
Introduction If you do not know and understand yourself you have a problem which you must solve forthwith .It is not enough to know your name, age, or where you were born; you have to understand your personality – your...
By Jude Uchella: I clearly recall one of the first classes I had as an undergraduate during a particular semester. The lecturer, who had never taught my class before, walked in gently and stood behind the lectern. The whole class...