Thank you to the author of the excellent article: “The Dignity of Marriage.” The author wrote about the secularization of the vocabulary conception in the term: marriage. Further the author author addressed the minimalization of the psycho-spiritual elements, experience, and outcomes within the conceptualization of the term or meanings within the idea of: marriage. Finally, […]
Nigeria is in dire need of fundamental changes in all her systems (political, economic, social, etc). Therefore vacant positions have arisen in all parts of Nigeria and in all sections/sectors of our lives for positions of revolutionaries. These positions exist in our families, villages, communities, ward levels, all local government areas, all ministries (state and […]
As the mid-September deadline for a cease-fire in Nigeria’s oil war approaches with no sign of a mass surrender by rebels who have shattered the country’s oil production, President Umaru Yar’Adua is preparing for an all-out army offensive, according to published reports.
ABUJA, Sept 11 (Codewit.com) – The success of Nigeria’s peace efforts in the oil-producing Niger Delta hangs in the balance, with key rebel leaders demanding the government address demands such as a military withdrawal before they surrender their arms.
Caster Semenya, the 18-year old at the center of one of the biggest gender scandals in sports history, withdrew from a weekend race in South Africa amidst unconfirmed reports that her gender tests have revealed that she has both male and female sexual organs. She was scheduled to compete in the 4,000 meters at the […]
The ugly head of racism has shown it head again this time in sports. Last week South African Castar Semenya won the women 800 meters convincingly and the European media were quick to doubt her gender.
In August 1961, Onuora Nzekwu edited a Special Centenary Supplement of Nigeria Magazine, No. 69 (a quarterly publication for everyone interested in Nigeria and its peoples, and edited by Michael Crowther and published by the Federal Government of Nigeria and printed by A Brown & Sons, Hull, England).
Shuaibu boasted like he never did before. Kanu, Uche and Osaze almost roasted the Tunisians with their display of confidence before the match. This is very common in football so these people have the rights to display such psychological warfare especially against the backdrop of the away game in Tunis.
Authorities in Nigeria have started to indict themselves, through their various actions, inactions, statements, evidences, submissions etc. International authorities have also handed their indictments.
That corruption is the source of all our problems, from insecurity, to poverty, to our underdevelopment and everything else is not news anymore either in Nigeria or to foreigners.