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Review: Being Black, Being African, Being Human

By Olakanmi Moyosore When you hear the word 'Africa' what comes to mind? when you hear the word 'Black', what judgment do you give? Truth or Dare? It would have been much easier to …

Football Is Politics: An Allegory - The Players and The Fans

I'm not a fan of football, but I think I do know a few things about it. I'm just one of those rare guys who do not like football. Football is funny, it could be comedy at times; a ga…

The Law of Value - For or Against The Naira?

When you meet some handicapped begging, you would be quick to contain the realities of his physical state and give him whatever your good mind can. On the other hand, when you see a full grown, bod…

Opinion: The Child Who Did Not Cry

It was the day of my birth. I watched them silently as they hit me with great force. They slapped me on my chin, back and buttocks one after the other as an expert drummer would ram his konga d…

Opinion: Nigeria- A Fulfilment of What?

If you are scared of the truth, turning back at this point may be the best thing to do. In reality, the truth is a bastard while the Lie has a father. Growing up many years ago, I remember my ho…

Opinion: Oil- The Niger Delta Tale

It was a cold night. Mama and Papa had returned late from work that day for they had to finish up the leftover works of the previous week. They had come in tired and needed a shower, dinner and…

Opinion: Shisha - Plague or Pleasure?

Hookah, Narghile, Waterpipe, or Hubble Bubble smoking, popular as Shisha in this part of the world –is a way of smoking tobacco, sometimes mixed with fruit or molasses sugar, through a bowl and…

Coronavirus: Our Health in Nose Masks

As Government partially ease lockdown in various Countries globally, world governments through the United Nations World Health Organisation and several Health Organsations have now advised the use o…

How the Tech Sector Hopes to Scale Through Coronavirus

At the height of global suffering in the deadly hand of novel Coronavirus virus disease, accusing fingers have been pointed at fifth generation Internet technology (5G) as the main cause of the pande…

Crime Meets Criminality: Human Nature or Inhumanity?

Be a good human being, a warm hearted, affectionate person. That is my  fundamental belief- DALAI LAMA Sometimes, I think that humans, are birthed with the tendency to commit crimes and engage in…

'I Can't Breathe'' - The Murder of George Floyd

In the late hours of Monday, 25th May 2020, a disheartening video went viral on the killing of a black man by officers of Minneapolis USA. ‘I can’t breathe… I can’t breathe’ Those were th…

The future of artificial humans and robots in sports

! Are robots really better than humans in sports? Robot technology is evolving at breakneck speed. Pepper( the name of a robot) of SoftBank is found in companies around the world and is rapidly i…

COVID-19- Lockdown, Social Distancing, High Transportation Rocks Systems

Over the years, Lagos State has been a Superhero character to Businessmen and women not just to Nigeria but also to other African nations. Opportunities are said to be at a clear sight in Lagos commu…

Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and the Post COVID-19 Era

Artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics are becoming increasingly sophisticated and they are set to play a significant part of our future workplace even after covid era, many big companies and High…

Madagascar, UN and the Coronavirus Cure

The geographical entity known as Africa was under the firm grip of colonialism for a period not less than a hundred years. During this period, it could be say our lands were looted by the colonial m…

Shifting the Base of Nigeria's Mono-Product Economy - Adeyeye Eyitayo

In the year 1958, Nigeria  joined the league of oil producing states in the world. Thereafter, production of crude oil became the major source of government  revenue with average production of…

The Future of Artificial Humans and Robots in Sports

Are robots really better than humans in sports? Robot technology is evolving at breakneck speed. Pepper (the name of a robot) of SoftBank is found in companies around the world and is r…

Politics in Nigeria: Washing Dirty Linen in Public

The first answer you are likely to get from a person practising political apathy in Nigeria is that politics is a dirty game. It is a game of either you are here or there: a do or die affair. The N…
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