One of the continuing challenges posed by unprecedented urbanization in developing countries, including Nigeria, is the provision of adequate and affordable housing.
The glaring thing here is continuity and preservation, but the mega million questions is what do you preserve? why do you do that? The simple answer is you preserve that which is very vital to your living and guarantee authentic existence as a person and to a larger group.
But man’s existence, his welfare, and destiny are totally caught up with the general behaviour of forces above, around, and underneath him. And while deploying the power of his reason, and utilizing his mental and physical skills to better his lot, man expends as much energy and ingenuity in trying to
With our planet’s population continuing to increase, and the quality of life for millions in the developing world improving daily, Now is the best time to talk about the fate of Nigeria in the 21st century. Regardless of how negatively western media portray Nigeria. There is more to Nigeria than just what the media shows. […]
Igbo people find their home in a rich and fertile crescent created by the lower Niger River within Nigeria. Their population has presently grown to around thirty million people.
The Best Author Award is given once a year to an author whose article receives the most votes from Codewit members and our internet visitors. And the Best author of the Year of 2008 goes to Mr. Egbufoama Chike
Idang Alibi’s “Ethiopia, an Embarrassment to Africa” has caused much ink to flow and continues to set the tongues wagging. The writer tries to pass for a concerned African and even for a friend of Ethiopia when he says, “why do I appear so hard on Ethiopia? Do I bear that ancient land a patriotic […]
The title of this piece is not intended to attract the attention of the reader. But if I succeed in catching your attention with it, neither you nor I will have any cause to regret it.
Care must be taken not to sacrifice justice at the alter of technicalities. The time is no more when disputes are dealt with rather on technicalities and not on meritÃ¢â‚¬Â -Per Kayode Eso JSC in the case of Chinwendu Vs. Mbamali (1980) It is settled law that he who asserts must prove.