Two major types of marriage exist in Nigeria: monogamy, a marriage of one man to one woman, and polygyny, a marriage of one man to two or more wives.
Lagos â€” The organisers of Carnival Calabar last week updated the media on its preparation for this year’s event. The commission explained that there are lots of innovations and new programmes in this year’s carnival, writes MARY EKAH
Mr. President (Musa Yarâ€™Adua), please permit me the fact that I am sending you an early Christmas present. I want to be the first Nigerian this year (2009) to send you this seasonal gift.
Without complaint I lay,In silence I watch what man isWith my memory I thinkThough living but not livingHow within some hours uncared for The matter turns rottenMy meditation is interruptedWith such a dim farewell songThat choir compose for us I am now being loweredBeing lowered to my mother earthThe already watered graveMud water soaked meI […]
When others fell victimI was there to officiateThinking on how mine shall beDeparting from this beautiful earth. Today my day indeedPeople have gathered in our homeTo watch so close face to faceWhere I seriously look at each of them From the room I momentarily occupyThough just for some hoursEmitting tears cannot solve this Wailing can […]
After reading, Things Fall Apart, we might ask what are the differences between the religions that the Igbo people practiced in the past, with comparison to Christianity that was imported to later.
SAN JOSE, Calif. â€“ A cell phone video that shows police officers repeatedly hitting an unarmed university student with batons and a Taser gun has prompted a criminal investigation into the officers’ conduct, a San Jose police spokesman said.
HARARE, Zimbabwe â€” Police loyal to President Robert Mugabe raided a house used by the prime minister’s supporters Saturday and accused them of hoarding weapons in a move that is likely to push Zimbabwe‘s fragile coalition government closer to collapse.
Oct. 21 (Bloomberg) — Wal-Mart Stores Inc. may be looking at entering the South African market in the next five years and has been â€œsniffing aroundâ€ for opportunities in Africaâ€™s largest economy, Pick n Pay Stores Ltd.
Instead of fighting a price war it can’t possibly win, the online retailer should back off and cede the low ground.