I have lost count of the number of times I have heard people talk about how they will do things the same way all over again if they had a chance to relive it.
My next question is always “why?”
I, like many people I know, tend to find it difficult to let friends from the past go.
We stay attached to the memories and emotions shared, then tie this to the person, and eventually, we never let them go.
The Lekki Massacre of October 20, 2020, was the federal government of Nigeria and Lagos State government’s response to the #EndSARS protest and Sọrọ sókè movement that had been ongoing in the state for about two weeks prior.
Pete Pete is exactly what I imagined a 9ice and Asa collaboration to sound like. And no. They did not disappoint.
But then, there is one lesson I did learn from reading those papers; “The pen is mightier than the sword… Except when the sword is hanging over your head.”
It is easy to get carried away with the childish politics we witness today and forget that Nigeria has produced sophisticated intellectuals like Obafemi Awolowo, Tafawa Balewa and Nnamdi Azikwe.
The history of modern pop music in Nigeria can easily be said to have started around the time The Remedies came on the scene.
A lot of people doubt the veracity of the story of Igbo landing, which considering the details of it is understandable. But if you know just the right amount of Igbo people, you will believe it a hundred percent.
January 1 1914 marked the formal beginning of what would become the largest black nation on planet earth; it was the day the amalgamation of Nigeria took place.
it’s high time we begin to get government policies and actions that are more humane and less irresponsible. In other words, less Operation Python Dance, more Operation Feed The Nation.
Nigerian Senator Shehu Sani did a post on social media where he showed his allegiance to President Muhammad Buhari while metaphorically referring to party members
June 12 1993 marks a watershed moment in the history of Nigeria. It is one of the many viable reasons history ought to be made a compulsory subject for every student in Nigerian schools, right from primary up to secondary school.
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