Month: March 2021

Posted in Lifestyle Opinion

The Radio: A dying medium?

By Monsuroh Abdulsemiu Chuck Kelly wrote and I quote “Ever since the inception of radio, nearly 100 years ago, people have been predicting its demise….

Continue Reading The Radio: A dying medium?
Posted in Lifestyle

Poor Must Love Themselves Else Die In Misery -By Abdulrahman Yunusa

To live in a terrain where everyone is seems to be lazy as many self intellectual says, its the worst experience one could ever had…

Continue Reading Poor Must Love Themselves Else Die In Misery -By Abdulrahman Yunusa
Posted in Poetry

THE CRY OF A KWARA SCHOOL GIRL

  Leave the girls alone! Don’t disguise with hijab The Muslim Jihadists are here The Muslim terrorists are here The Muslim marauders are here The…

Continue Reading THE CRY OF A KWARA SCHOOL GIRL
Posted in Education

HIJAB CONTROVERSY: On Hijab Crisis in Kwara by Funmilayo Adesanya-Davies

  Kwara state is always known for peace and nicknamed the “State of Harmony” and as such the development about hijab crises is quite disturbing….

Continue Reading HIJAB CONTROVERSY: On Hijab Crisis in Kwara by Funmilayo Adesanya-Davies
Posted in Amami. H. Series

Breathe

Henry Amami Breathe, Smile, Play, Be deliberately, deliberate about your ‘Happening-next’ Breathe, Just once more And again. Even the twisted Tree, is but a shade…

Continue Reading Breathe
Posted in Opinion Poetry

A parasitic Generation.

Shittu Mujeeba Perhaps you are right now wondering what prompted my title, or even perhaps, why make such a generalisation, without proper admonition for those…

Continue Reading A parasitic Generation.
Posted in Opinion

Casualisation: An exploitation of the Nigerian Labor force

Kareem Itunu Azeez Statistically, over 60% of the Nigerian youths are fit for work, but unemployed, whether they are employable or not, that is debatable,…

Continue Reading Casualisation: An exploitation of the Nigerian Labor force