5 Mentalities Nigerian Youths Must Drop To Succeed

Here is a list of 5 of such mentalities Nigerian youth must drop to succeed: Written and Shared by Rosemary Egbo 1. The “Starting small takes too much time.” mentality I have conversed with a lot of Nigerian youth and the mentality of not wanting to start small is common. Some believe that starting small … Continue reading 5 Mentalities Nigerian Youths Must Drop To Succeed

Osinbajo and the aso Rock cabal by Dele Momoudu

Fellow Nigerians, as much as one is tempted to gloss over the hullabaloo inside the seat of power in Abuja, it is virtually impossible because there is always one drama or the other emanating from the place too frequently these days. Indeed, the melodrama has since become one day, new scene. Despite endless denials on … Continue reading Osinbajo and the aso Rock cabal by Dele Momoudu

How drop in print circulation is forcing Nigerian newspapers to use misleading headlines to drive traffic online

With the gradual decline in print media subscription, Nigeria's mainstream media houses are now using misleading headlines, also known as click baits, in a bid to direct traffic to their websites. It is a strange development that portends danger for professionalism and ethical reporting. For a typical Nigerian the definition is clear and simple. The … Continue reading How drop in print circulation is forcing Nigerian newspapers to use misleading headlines to drive traffic online

Opinion: ONITSHA; A CITY ON FIRE, AND THE FAILURE OF LEADERSHIP By Ugochimereze Chinedu Asuzu

"We need leaders of inspired idealism, leaders to whom are granted great visions, who dream greatly and strive to make their dreams come true; who can kindle the people with the fire from their own burning souls." -Theodore Roosevelt Editors note Keen readers, it is another week of our weekly Theological Reflections, however, this week … Continue reading Opinion: ONITSHA; A CITY ON FIRE, AND THE FAILURE OF LEADERSHIP By Ugochimereze Chinedu Asuzu

Repealing colonial laws makes sense.. By Fred K. Nkusi

The decision by Rwanda to repeal all legal instruments brought into force before independence is a tremendous legislative achievement. The aspects of these legal instruments date back to the colonial era. Rwanda was initially colonised by Germany from 1894 until 1918, as part of German East Africa. Following Germany’s defeat in World War I, Rwanda … Continue reading Repealing colonial laws makes sense.. By Fred K. Nkusi

From treetop calls to smart phones made in Rwanda.. By Joseph Rwagatare

Life without a mobile phone is unimaginable today. The phone is everywhere, even in the remotest corners of this country (Russia). It was not always like this. It is barely 20 years ago that it was introduced here. But even then it was accessible to only a few people in government and business. Its reach, … Continue reading From treetop calls to smart phones made in Rwanda.. By Joseph Rwagatare

OSINBAJO: BETWEEN THE DEVIL AND THE DEEP BLUE SEA… By Ugochimereze Chinedu Asuzu.

Distinguished Readers; This week, in our usual political cum social analysis, Mr ugochimere chinedu's edition caught the attention of our editorial team,However mr chinedu periscopic lenses caught the attention of our nation's number two citizen, that is in the case he's undoubtedly so.judging by theannihilation, debasement, and calculated campaignsof utter demystification of his essence, and … Continue reading OSINBAJO: BETWEEN THE DEVIL AND THE DEEP BLUE SEA… By Ugochimereze Chinedu Asuzu.