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Beating racism with biology – Ghanaian Teacher floors racist

In the 50s and 60s, many black people living in the West UK and US met with serious, bold-faced racism. Nowadays, colour prejudice is...

Dreams of a New Nigeria – Father Agbagwa

It is one thing to want to do something for your country and another to find an enabling environment to do it, especially if...

Suwakwa Igbo, Biko – It’s ‘Chioma’ not ‘Chaaoma’

Since I attended Odenigbo and heard those shocking revelations about how Igbo people are unwittingly destroying their language, I have been acting like a...

Happy New Year from Someone who Really Cares

We have seen her on TV crying at the sight of poverty, which our leaders have collectively created. We have seen her hugging the...

No Charm at Ukwu-Mango

Just recently, “Ukwu-Mango,” lost one of its best landmarks - the mango tree from which the popular eating spot was named. Besides taking its name...

An overview of the American Freedom of hoice Act and...

The freedom of choice Act is the most radical abortion law proposed in Human history with respect to reproductive justice which gives a woman...

‘I am sincere in my job’ – Mr Christian Osondu

A damaged “pump” spewing and spattering precious water on the ground is the first sign that all is not well at the institution. The...

Betty and Chinedu: Planning Our Wedding

Planning a wedding can be stressful especially if you're doing it all alone. Wedding planners are there for those who can pay but the...

KELECHI GRADUATES WITH HONOURS

He looked at himself in the mirror and smiled, as success looked back at him in a blue hat, yellow hood and long graduation...

Coming from Congo

Lance Buruka still longs for his native Congo, despite the circumstances of his departure   A quiet, unassuming man, tall and slightly built, the Bangala-born Congolese...

Kalu Onyejiako – Born to live

His life is full of shocks and surprises.  And there are enough scares and bruises on his ageing body to tell his story. He...

Making Money for Government and Smiling

Politics is not for Lilian Asuzu until she hangs her hat as a civil servant. Then, you can check her out on any political...

IFEANYICHUKWU – Youth with a mission

He narrowly escaped death in the Madalla Bomb blast on Christmas eve of 2011, when the terrorist Boko Haram blew up scores of innocent...

When God Says No!

Had things worked out differently, the handsome choirmaster would have married one of his beautiful choristers and fathered several sons and daughters, including probably...

‘Not my Cattle’ – Commissioner of Police

Unlike Governor Okorocha who has an infectious smile and readily shows off his white teeth; the Commissioner of Police Muhammad Musa Katsina doesn't smile...

Benedict Chibuike Anyanwu – Youth with a Difference

Three words define him: Disciplined, Dynamic and Different.  Blessed with conservative good looks, Benedict or Chibuike, as he is fondly called by family members,...

Un-Natural Nigeria Will it expire in 2014?

The North and South protectorates that make up Nigeria were amalgamated in 1914. Next year marks 100 years and questions are being asked. There are...

Combating Poverty in our communities

Charity, they say, begins at home and that's why Dr Uju Magnus Amajirionwu has chosen to start his innovative community programme from his native...

Sir Anthony Nwamadi Kamalu – From Messenger to Auditor General Ag.

They say Rome was not built in a day, neither were the events that led to a humble but bright young man rising from...

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