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The Newswatch Crises and the Agony of the Nigerian Media Worker: By Anthony Akaeze

The Newswatch Crises and the Agony of the Nigerian Media Worker: By Anthony Akaeze

Anthony Akaeze is an award winning journalist. He was an eye witness to what has commonly come to be known as the 'Newswatch Crises'. Click on the book to see author's profile or place an order for the book.


2014/2015: Millennials, Africa’s Elections and the Social Era

By Charles Umeh

the peopleThe year 2014 and 2015 would test the continuation of Africa’s democracy.

With Nelson Mandela’s South Africa going to the polls today, May 7, 2014 and the Nigerian electorate spending 2015 St. Valentine’s Day on the queue choosing their next leader, the continuation of democratic principles in Africa would be tested in the polls again. (more…)


Why I Write

When I read George Orwell’s piece of 1946 captioned ‘Why I Write’, I asked myself “why do I write really”. I discovered most of us may not be able to deeply express our innermost thoughts if we do not put pen to paper. I for one am more comfortable with writing out thoughts which is much better than speaking. Even those who speak thoughts have to write out first or else they make a messy speech. (more…)

Top 30 Reasons Why Men Cheat

cheating-manThe most common and most painful issues which have the slightest inclination to breaking relationships apart is not far from the men cheating on their women. Although, many would say that the girls cheat too, of course they do too but it happens to be an inevitable tendency mostly in men.  It is the most rampant when we speak of cheating. (more…)

2014: Any Hope for the Unemployed?

By Eustace Dunn

Unemployed Nigerians

Unemployed Nigerians

A younger university colleague once called to break his graduation news to me and that he was now like me. I chuckled, hoping he had known where he had graduated into and where he was heading. Call it the spider’s web if you like.I was sure he did not do his homework well about the unemployment situation in Nigeria for if he had, he would have had a deep thought about his next port of call after graduation – the burgeoning labour market where his suffering continues! (more…)

Nigeria at 100: Jonathan Scores Self

goodluckDear Compatriots,

I greet and felicitate with you all as we enter the year 2014 which promises to be a momentous one for our country for several reasons, including the fact that it is also the year of our great nation’s centenary celebrations. I join you all in giving thanks to God Almighty for guiding us and our beloved nation safely through all the challenges of the outgoing year to the beginning of 2014. (more…)

We Had No Name

amalgamation-day-1914Nineteen fourteen,

Shaw started one great thing.

Yes! It was Flora Shaw,

Even when we were not sure,

Whether it was to make a difference,

All kindred dreaded their presence.

Yet we have made a hundred

Through seeming hatred

We are told we had no name

All the names became the same

We were found restless in the Niger area

We were christened Nigeria

With a galleria of hysteria. (more…)

Blackberry’s BBM for Android/iPhone… Bad Timing?


HTC phone with the new BB for android app

By Eustace Dunn

Some time ago, I used to slug it out with friends who happened to have been using blackberry (BB) since its debut. Little did I know that someday, BB would end up introducing its messenger to other Smartphones. I once spoke against BlackBerry phones perhaps because of the rush for it especially in Nigeria. Most people will categorically tell you that they detest it with passion. (more…)

Do Chat Abbreviations Affect our Grammar?

Screenshot_2013-10-21-10-49-56-1By Eustace Dunn

In a world of text messaging and chatting especially in the social networks these days where people now use short forms of texts to convey their messages, who cares whether it has any effect on them. Provided it passes on the messages they intend, not minding whether the recipient understands these abbreviations. Even if it’s not understood, they are ready to explain what it means and then one may not be able to resist following the band wagon. These are high profiled semantics. (more…)

Why Should You Marry For Love?

Fighting in a relationship

Angry lovers fighting everyday in their marriage

It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife and vice versa even though most of the females may not have had any fortune before being paid for. This piece is not really based on who has what fortune before marriage, it is out to state that if one bases one’s reason for marrying someone on love, one could be doomed. (more…)

Fighting Terrorism Through Intelligence-Based Security Response

By Henry Duru

National security in Nigeria has in recent time come under formidable threats from the activities of various insurgent groups. Among the groups that have made most visible impacts since the inception of the current Fourth Republic include Niger Delta militant groups like Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta (MEND) and Niger Delta People’s Volunteer Force (NDPVF). Others are the O’odua People’s Congress (OPC), (more…)

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