There is no much difference between the head cover used by the Muslim women and the Christian nuns, explains columnist Muhammad Ajah.
The NUJ calls on the Senate to tread with caution in their consideration of a bill before it that proposes capital punishment for hate speech offenders.
Chinasa Udensi x-rays the travails of an erstwhile kingmaker as he struggles for relevance in the scheme of things taking place in a group he helped form.
It is fourteen years - almost, since the great Thomas Adeoye Lambo died.
On the 11th Of December, 2017, the high and mighty of Nigerian society gathered at the Civic Centre in Victoria Island to celebrate the Carringtons – Arese and her spouse – Walter.
The event was billed as the last installment of the programme ‘Literary Crossroads Nigeria’ for the year 2017.
Charity begins at home. The true victor is that man who conquers the battle within, writes Chinasa Udensi.
‘What are we going to do now?’ the young girl asked naively with tears trickling down her pretty face. ‘We?’ the boy asked with a...
Chinasa Udensi creates a vivid picture of why you should never stop learning as knowledge is power in this masterpiece.
Male and female children have equal opportunities to develop and achieve their full potentials if given the right orientation as children, advises Chinasa Undemsi
No matter the pressures you are faced with in life, do not compromise or lower your standards advises columnist, Chinasa Udensi
There is an ongoing battle between your faith and your fears, and your decision determines which emerges the winner, writes Chinasa Udensi.
National Council of Women Societies (NCWS) has urged parents in the North-East to stop donating their Children to Boko Haram terrorists to be used as suicide bombers.
Your rise to the top may be truncated if you fail to identify all your 'stakeholders' and accord them the treatment they deserve, advises Chinasa Udensi.
Opportunities can only be seized and utilized by people who are prepared for them, explains columnist Chinasa Udensi.
Service is the key to greatness! Serving God and serving in church is the master key to greatness explains Pst Korede Olusanya.
Be wary of wishing to trade places with other people when you're faced with challenges as you don't know where other people's shoes pinch them, advises Chinasa
No human is perfect and as such we sometimes need to look inwards to identify our flaws and seek help, writes Concise Columnist Adedoyin Adediwura.
If you desire a change, then you must be willing to rise up to the occasion and stand up for your convictions, writes Chinasa Udensi.
The key to your miracle is in association, not isolation, writes Concise columnist Chinasa Udensi.
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