Category: Opinion

Herbal Cure For HIV in Nigeria


HIV/AIDS is one of the key health concerns in Nigeria and Africa as a whole. An estimated 3.2 million Nigerians are living with HIV virus. Nigeria is deeply religious, so these stigmatized and despaired HIV patients are easy targets for Prophets, pastors and miracle workers who have come out to claim that they have the […]

Editorial: On Restructuring Nigeria, The Way Forward


California is the 6th largest economy in the world. It’s economy is larger than that of France or Brazil. The little problem is that California is not a country. It is a State in the United States of America. It has little offshore oil, yet its economy is larger than States in the US that […]

5 Vital Facts That Biafra Will Fail


The continuous agitation for Biafra breakaway from Nigeria tends to be on the rise, following the recent successful organized sit at home order and also the release on bail of the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, and 3 others. While there is no doubting the fact that Igbos have been […]



Democratic governance in Nigeria does not promise to make us perfect, but at least, the process of striving will make us a better people. Nigeria’s democratic process can be described as nascent when compared to other countries’ based on our achievements on the key features of democracy. Nigeria, having gone through 18 years of uninterrupted […]

10 Things To do Before You Hit 35


Things To Do Before Reaching 35 Years As you grow older, your emotions are more stable than when you were much younger, you find out that your needs outweigh your wants, you know that you want everything but you begin to actually take decisions on meeting more of your needs than your wants. This goes […]


Ever since an armistice ended the Korean war in 1956, the drumbeats of war have not stopped on the peninsula rather, it has gotten louder and deafening. And the deafening ‘drumbeats’ have further assumed a larger proportion in recent times no thanks to the brazenness and stubbornness of Pyongyang’s missile experiments and the emergence of […]

Why Europe Cannot Shut Her Door On African Immigrants


The Pope’s clarion call to Europe’s heads of governments not to succumb to the surging waves of populism sweeping the continent’s political coastlines and threatening the foundation of its very revered liberal culture at a recent summit held in the Vatican was not only timely but also a reinforcement of his stance towards showing greater […]