I made a silent vow that for no reason will I permanently relocate to another country, if I have to leave this country; it would have to be for study, holidays or business. I’d rather travel out, acquire skills and knowledge, return to my father land and put it into good use. I’m not saying … Continue reading Interracial Relationships Overseas; The Perspective of a Nigerian Man in a relationship with a Non Nigerian Girl
The first time I made chicken sauce on Christmas day was the day my ancestors spoke to me in the kitchen. The harmattan breeze was intense during Christmas, we had no snows falling in these parts of the world but we were as cold as the frozen items in our refrigerators when the dry season … Continue reading Diary of a Nigerian Girl in the Kitchen
No matter how hard I tried I could never make a pancake right. I either put in too much flour or too many eggs or too much baking powder or too little. The greasing was always in large quantity, not good for pancakes I observed. In the end, I was left with fat balls of … Continue reading Pancakes On A Saturday Morning
Although I always look forward to the public holidays every year, I've never been a proud celebrant of democracy day in Nigeria. Instead of the 29th May to be a day I proudly walk along the streets of my father land with shoulders high, it is a day I sit on the couch in my … Continue reading Nigeria’s Democracy; a mere falacy
The life we live today will make up our history tomorrow and only our history can tell us where we are coming from and the path to follow into the future. The need for a nation's history to be taught in schools cannot be overemphasized. We cannot move forward if we neglect our history! In … Continue reading Did You Know? The life and times of Oba Ovaramwen Nogbaisi of Benin (1857-1914)
I watched the 'Big Issue' on TVCNews YouTube Channel about three weeks ago and the topic of the debate on that fateful day was "Is religion the solution to man's problem" and the debaters used Nigeria as a case study. After watching the debate, I was inspired to write this post. From thorough research, I … Continue reading Religion or Not?
For several years, journalists, writers, musicians, artists, human right advocates have used their profession as well as their talents to bring to light the setbacks and challenges of the Niger delta region of Nigeria. The Niger delta region of Nigeria is geographically made up of six states; Abia, Akwa Ibom, Bayelsa, Cross River, Delta, Rivers … Continue reading The Reality of The Niger Delta