It is quite easy to hate the rich and privileged, especially in Nigeria, because they seem to be living their best lives, and look out of touch with the reality of the masses. But can this hate be justified?
You have heard the description, “ fair-weather friend”. Are you one of those?
Are you someone who posts about your relationship? Or do you show your significant other off on social media?
Begging Question: Is the Nigerian behaviour a result of a bad system or by personal, moral, and ethical values?
Does visiting other countries teach Nigerians to be modest?
When you get married, you become your own family unit. It’s you and your spouse (and child(ren) now).
Men have a capacity for change and can lend their voices in promoting gender equality
Begging Question: Would you break up with your partner if you found out they had a medical condition?
Would people break relationships off because of health or is love strong enough to conquer all.
Parents will argue to the death that they don’t have a favorite child and that the favoritism is only perceived. However, in most cases, perception appears to hold a greater weight than reality
From wrong diagnosis to wrong prescriptions to forgetting instruments in patients bodies, the Nigerian healthcare system has recorded various forms of negligence.
Abortion in Nigeria, whether as a topic of discussion or an action to be executed, always brings with it heightened reactions.
Begging Question: how would you react if your close family member came out as gay? If you’re in Nigeria, you already know that being gay
Charles’s biggest challenge is getting sponsors that will help him grow. Though he is currently working towards it and with time it will pay off.
Hanamel Onyxstone Kingston, is a writer, chef, and recipe seller. He is a Jamaican Nigerian and a graduate of English Studies at the University of
Imagine doing the things you love, infusing your career path and your passion so they become peas in a pod. Star Doc has successfully done
It all started with a viral music video – a cover of the track, Beautiful by Mali Music. The Port Harcourt based artist, August Chuks,
Confident, shameless, enough, and then some… This description best fits Michelle Oluwatomi Akanbi professionally known as TOME. The 23-year-old Nigerian-Canadian who grew up listening to