Month: July 2020

Fighting Corruption, A Collective Responsibilty

Corruption has eaten deep into every fabric of the Nigerian society. Nigeria, according to transparency international report for 2019, released on Thursday, is the 34th most corrupt country the world. The transparency corruption index scored Nigeria 26 out of 100 points ranking 146 out of 180 countries under review. According to data provided on its […]Read More

How I Survived Cancer to Become a Barrister

In 2017, micro blog social media platform Twitter, trended with a hashtag #SaveNiyi. Friends of Niyi took to the platform to solicit for financial support to save a friend who had been diagnosed of lymphatic cancer. On July 2020, Niyi took to his account @KolawoleOlaniy7 to announce he had passed his Law School exams and […]Read More

Meet Don ‘Moonlight Art’ Eseagwu And His Works

My name is Don Okuchukwu Eseagwu, popularly known as Moonlight art. am from Ndokwa East Local Government Area of Delta state. I am a graduate agriculture from the University of Benin. I am a surrealistic conceptual artist, who majors basically on pastels and charcoal drawings.  Art has been my passion despite the fact I didn’t […]Read More

How Effective is Radio, TV & Online Classes

Following the effect of the novel coronavirus in Nigeria, educational institutions like every other aspect ¬†of life were shutdown. School children have been at home since March and only graduating classes are to resume from Monday depending on the state. Following the lockdown, some state governments embarked on electronic and online classes to keep students […]Read More

Meet African Born – Belgian Footballer, Marco Jones

Marco Jones Ekamba is a Democratic Republic of Congo – Belgian footballer. The 27 year old who was born in Kinshasa started his career in the youth team of FCM.BRUSSELS in 2001 and moved to Anderlecht in 2005 where he transitioned to the senior team in 2010. He has played in different clubs since then […]Read More

21st Century Nigerian Young Ones in Crisis

 Thoughts and lifestyles change from generation to generation. Technology is advanced to bring improvements to life and culture. Moral values and ethics are passed from one generation to another. The world has changed since we entered the 21st century. Some will agree changes do occur over time but this is different as we entered the […]Read More

Heavy Thunderstorm Destroy Properties in Port Harcourt

The weather in Port Harcourt, the Rivers State capital on Wednesday July 1 welcomed residents to the new month with a heavy rain and thunderstorm. The lightnings that followed was so scary that at the end of the day, it had damaged properties of some residents. A septuagenarian living in the Iwofe axis, said the […]Read More