Month: January 2021

Concerning Cheap Labor in Nigeria

Concerning Cheap Labor in Nigeria By: Deji Yesufu Throughout December the company that usually removes the garbage can from my home was unable to do so. When I finally reached the lady in charge, she told me that the Hausa...

/ January 17, 2021

Celebrating Pastor Oladele as the Newly Appointed President of CAC

Celebrating Pastor Oladele as the Newly Appointed President of CAC By: Deji Yesufu In the year 2008 the local church I used to attend here in the city of Ibadan invited this pastor to preach at its annual conference. When...

/ January 15, 2021

COVID-19 in the Bible

COVID-19 in the Bible By: Deji Yesufu January 2020 introduced a new normal to the world we live in. It was in this month, a year ago, when reports of the ravaging effect of a new disease, with roots in...

/ January 14, 2021

The Stench of Success

The Stench of Success By: Ibinabo Amakiri I woke up yesterday morning and I smelt it!I smelt it! Faint but it was there Oh God I hope I was not making a mistakeI had wanted this for so so longWas...

/ January 13, 2021

Concerning the Tragic Death of Renua Giwa-Amu

Concerning the Tragic Death of Renua Giwa-Amu By: Deji Yesufu Renua Giwa Amu killed herself on the 26th of December, 2020. She was only 26 years old. Renua is the last child of Femi Giwa-Amu, a lawyer and also a...

/ January 6, 2021

Donald Trump: It is Time to Leave Office

Donald Trump: It is Time to Leave Office By: Deji Yesufu Yesterday, the Washington Post published a leaked tape of a conversation Donald Trump, the outgoing President of the United States of America, had with the Georgian Secretary of State....

/ January 4, 2021

Let’s Talk About Sex – The Kaduna Sex Party

Let’s talk about sex, the Kaduna sex By: Festus Adedayo When audacity of immorality is at issue, the celebrated case of Smith v Hughes is always referenced. It is also used to explain the mischief rule in law. By the...

/ January 3, 2021

Of Sand and Gold

I HAD BEEN awake for an hour brooding over the breaking day, wishing the darkness would stay a little longer before the lights crept up. It was Sunday morning and I had no excuse to hurry out of the house...

/ January 2, 2021