Elder statesman and Nigeria’s former Vice President, Dr Alex Ekwueme, is dead. According to his family, he died on Sunday in a London Hospital where he was undergoing treatment. While many are still mourning the death of the elder statesman, Read more…


As shared by NPower on Social Media, here are steps to check your 2017 Pre-Selection Status: Good morning, You will recall that we shared that 2017 applicants can check their pre-selection status today from 11.30pm. Below is how to check Read more…


Today, we celebrate Professor Chinua Achebe’s  87 Posthumous birthday. Here are 75 Notable quotes from the widely considered Africa’s greatest storyteller. One of the truest tests of integrity is its blunt refusal to be compromised. Nobody can teach me who Read more…


Do you know that asking a person “How was your night?” is wrong? Well, I didn’t know it until today, and I got to know with the help of a friend, Edward E Onoriode who shared the update on his Read more…


The Republic of Zimbabwe is a country divided into ten provinces which are then divided up into districts, and then by municipalities. This is mostly due to previous war efforts that the country has gone through. Zimbabwe has gone through Read more…


Nigerians are just like anybody. You have the good, the bad and the ugly ones. Here we try to analyze them based on some certain characteristics. Nigerians are generally nice. Was it not nights ago I saw a man come Read more…


Globalization has become one concept that is riddled with contradictions and ambiguities. Amidst this uncertainty, it is clearly established that globalization is creating new threats to human security and development in rich and poor countries. It also poses a number Read more…


Poverty either as a plague or cause of other specific problems of under-development afflicts Nigeria as it does to other Nations of the world. The high level of prevalence of poverty in the world has attained an endemic nature, is Read more…


Whenever I hear the phrase “creative industries” I’m always surprised. I ask myself, are there any uncreative industries? If so, how do they survive? Why aren’t they in a museum, next to the dodo? The world is changing at such Read more…


An odd melancholy has lingered on through my mind tonight, an untold sadness that strikes the very cords of my lowest points, Fela’s ringing voice keeps resounding in my mind “they leave Sorrow, tears, and blood, their regular trademark”. This is Read more…


What is wrong with us? How did we get this far? How did it all get down to this level? These were the questions that troubled my mind throughout today as I looked with total dismay what primitive savages Nigerians Read more…


Human society exists for individual and group life. Societal rules are made by people and the same rules guide the behavior of citizens. Situations in the society warrant members to value things as good or bad. Man’s efforts in any Read more…


For those folks who love throwing stones at people due to hidden tribal, religious, family or pure blind sentiments, I write this post without any bias. If you have a first-class graduate or a professor in your family or you Read more…


I have been trying to avoid this topic for a very long time now due to the controversy and disturbances it is going to generate. Like Igbo people would say “agahi ekwe mgbagbu ghara ogu (not because people would be Read more…


The disclosure in a report by the National Directorate of Employment (NDE) which puts the number of Nigerian graduates who completed the compulsory National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) within the last five years but have remained unemployed at over 200,000 Read more…