SO I MET THE JAMES BOND OF JOURNALISM, ANAS AREMEYAW ANAS (READ)

by Rachel Ogbu It was the first standing ovation of the day, the final talk of the evening, it suddenly strikes me how far away from the “real” reality most of us are. Scanning the latest news on my phone every day didn’t capture a fraction of what was actually going on in Africa- on the […]

Opinion: What Africa can learn from Goodluck Jonathan

From the time of King Pharaoh of Egypt to Queen Sheeba of Ethiopia; from Anwar Sadat to Edward Akufo-Addo of Ghana; from King Chaka (c 1788-1828) founder of the Zulu Empire to Uthman Shehu Danfodio, from El-Kanemi Sheikh Muhammad El-Amin (c 1779 – 1835) of Borno to the founder of the Swazis kingdom King Sobhuza […]

Is’haq Kawu: Chibok girls abduction is a sore on our conscience

by Is’haq Kawu Didn’t another Uruguayan remind us the other day, that love is the only permissible addiction? Try it for a change! On the first anniversary of the abduction of the 219 Chibok Girls, this week, the whole world returned to a troubled conscience. Troubled, that 365 days after, those young girls still haven’t […]