Friday, April 28


Biafra separatist campaigner, Nnamdi Kanu, released from prison


The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and director of Radio Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, has been released from Kuje prison in Abuja, Nigeria after spending close to two years in detention by the Nigerian government.

Thursday, April 27

Wednesday, April 26

Tuesday, April 25

Monday, April 24

Sunday, April 23

Saturday, April 22


10 critical areas Africa needs to improve on

by Sandeep Mehta

Africa is home to 54 nations, each with a different road map and agenda for growth and development.

From someone who has travelled extensively round Africa over 75 times and has been involved in a lot that had to do with leadership at various levels in different African countries, I feel the top ten priorities for a richer Africa are:

Friday, April 21

Thursday, April 20

Wednesday, April 19


"Facebook is for all" - Mark Zuckerberg takes a jab at Snapchat

by Staff writer

In what looks like an apparent reaction to Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel's alleged disinterest in expanding business to "poor countries" like India, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said Facebook is for everyone and not just for "the high end".

Tuesday, April 18

Monday, April 17


8 signs that show you are truly in love

by Staff writer

There is no denying the fact that love is a beautiful thing. However, sometimes, you may think you are in love when actually you are not.

These 8 signs will confirm that it is really LOVE that is happening to you and not infatuation, or mere lack of sex, or even hunger.

14 reasons Nigeria is called the Giant of Africa...

by Tochukwu Okeh

1. With a population of about 180 million people, Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa, the most populous black nation on earth, and the 8th most populous in the world — after China, India, USA, Indonesia, Brazil, Pakistan, and Russia.


The correct response to the question "How do you do"?

by Mr. Bob

The common reason for the confusion regarding how best to reply to the greeting: "How do you do?" comes from the fact that the question itself is not just about the English language or grammar, but it also touches on etiquette, which is a bit more idiomatic.

Sunday, April 16

Saturday, April 15