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Chinua Achebe’s pen took life and wrote it back into existence.
Chinua’s hat is strategically placed on a thick mass of short white hair. He seemed calm and ready to educate, almost like it wasn’t an interview, but one of his many lectures.
When Lagos decides to join the mannequin challenge, see what happens.
This week has been memorable in Lagos. Lagosians were forced to participate in a compulsory mannequin challenge as some roads were gridlocked during the week. Major roads are being rehabilitated at the moment.
‘Wetin Police go do?’: Are vicious mobs a response to the deprivation of justice in Nigeria?
Every day, stories splattered across newspapers are the same!
Africa could be Malaria free from 2018.
Indications have shown that sub-Saharan Africa could be malaria free in the next two years following the announcement of plans to stage the test of the world’s first malaria vaccine in 2018.
We grew up on stories: In celebration of Chinua Achebe.
The art of storytelling is not new to the African Child. Stories are a part of our upbringing.
Award winning photographer, William Ukoh, captures Lagos artisans in their element.
In recognition of the vital, indispensable, and often overlooked role artisans play in the socioeconomic development of the society, award-winning photographer, William Ukoh, embarked on a tour of the city of Lagos capturing the realities...
Chimamanda Adichie pens tiny story of hope for the Universal Children’s Day.
Yesterday, November 20, 2016, the United Nations celebrated the Universal Children’s Day to promote international togetherness, awareness among children worldwide, and to improve the welfare of children around the world. The Universal Children’s Day also highlights...
The evolution of television and the concept of family time in urban Africa.
Back in the day, family time was limited to evenings and nights, but it was an important part of our lives.
Film industry week: A recap of what went down at the 2016 Africa International Film Festival (AFRIFF).
The Africa International Film Festival (AFRIFF) 2016 wrapped up in style on Saturday, November 19 at the Eko Convention Centre in Victoria Island with the festival’s prestigious Globe Awards, after a week of excitement, enlightenment,...
Having already earned the title of “the most damaging pope in Church history”, Pope Francis just instituted an indefinite absolution of abortion.
If you thought Jorge Mario Bergoglio, aka Pope Francis, could do no more to cement his likeability in the hearts of people, particularly women, around the world, you were wrong.