Dehumanization – the perception of other people as less than human – is a psychological process that has accompanied some of the worst atrocities in human history. A growing body of scientific knowledge is uncovering and revealing the psychological processes… Read More ›
President Buhari And His APC Co-Travelers Break The Proverbial Nsugbe Cocoa-Nut For South-Easterners, By Kelechi Abonuyo
Do Ndi-Igbo still remain and have faith in Buhari’s Nigeria, occasionally smiling wryly and laughing sheepishly or strenuously, kowtow, en mass, the essence and benefits of the now prophetic utterances of Nnamdi Kalu’s IPOB?
“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” John Quincy Adams
Arise, O compatriots, Nigeria’s call obey To serve our fatherland
Certainly, this was not the scenario outgoing Imo State governor, Rochas Okorocha envisaged – the swearing in of another person as governor other than his son-in-law, Uche Nwosu.
“Nigeria is not at peace and unity and cooperation with itself. Great chasms yawn between ethnographic, ethnofaith and ethnocentric groups. Our unhappy Nigeria is torn and tortured, and the peoples of this country walk in fear lest, through no fault… Read More ›
“For four years, Mr. President, the nation has accorded you such servile obeisance on the understanding that you inherited a weak state and that anything after Abacha was tolerable. The people were optimistic that you had the credentials to lead… Read More ›
When question drop for mouth, Question go start to run, When answer drop for mouth, Answer go run after am,
When you kick your calabash carelessly in the presence of neighbors, in your absence they will break it without a blink… “The identity of the Nigerian lady who was killed in Italy over sex performance, has been revealed.
There is this particular viral WhatsApp message that makes a mockery of the population of women worldwide and why they should desist from doing shakara for men, for the consequence of the possibility of remaining spinsters for life.
Boko Haram Insurgents invaded a village at Chibok, Borno State, on Sunday last week, wreaking havoc, exactly five years into the abduction of c276 girls from Government Girls Secondary School, Chibok.
Let me start with this short story, as told me by a colleague—during the civil war in Nigeria, at one of the frontiers, neighboring villages bothering Nsukka would go in to take spoils of war.