Category: Humanities

Child Sexual Abuse: A Personal Observation

Child Sexual Abuse: A Personal Observation By: Matthew Shotola There are myriads of things happening in our world today that needs to be addressed. So many writers out there have written beautiful essays to address vital issues, most of which...

/ May 23, 2022

Why “God Told Me” will Fail You in Marriage

Why “God Told Me” will Fail You in Marriage By: Deji Yesufu My Lawyer friend, Olakunle Allison, published a story on Facebook where he recounts how a relationship he had failed to materialize in marriage because the mother of the...

/ May 18, 2022

Arthur Nzeribe: This Man Died Too

Arthur Nzeribe: This Man Died Too By: Deji Yesufu Arthur Nzeribe died today. Saharareporters broke the news earlier in the day but a family source has now confirmed it as true. The family has requested the public to allow them...

/ May 8, 2022

Thoughts on a Yemi Osinbajo Presidency

Thoughts on a Yemi Osinbajo Presidency By: Deji Yesufu Vice President Yemi Osinbajo made known his intentions to run for the Presidency of the Federal Republic of Nigeria on the 11th of April, 2022. Osinbajo published a short video on...

/ April 28, 2022

God Still Hates Divorce

God Still Hates Divorce By: Deji Yesufu “God seeks godly offspring. Therefore, take heed to your spirit, and let none deal treacherously with the wife of your youth. For the God Lord God of Israel says that he hates divorce…”...

/ April 16, 2022

NEPA and the Rest of Us

NEPA and the Rest of Us By: Deji Yesufu The body that handles the distribution of electrical energy all around Nigeria was renamed Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN) in 2005. Prior that time, it was called National Electric Power...

/ April 7, 2022

Ghandi Olaoye: Why Pastors Should Not Become Kings

Ghandi Olaoye: Why Pastors Should Not Become Kings By: Deji Yesufu There is the possibility that everything I will be writing in this essay will be a rehearsing of things I have written before. I am however encouraged to venture...

/ March 30, 2022

The Nigerian Senate: An Ignoble Assembly

The Nigerian Senate: An Ignoble Assembly by Deji Yesufu April 2015 will remain a month that cannot be easily forgotten in the political annals of Nigerian. It was the month that saw the incumbent President Goodluck Jonathan defeated by his...

/ March 23, 2022

Bianca Potential

Bianca Potential By: Deji Yesufu During my days at Ahmadu Bello University, there was a lady who had come to my school for her undergraduate studies at about the same time. My family and hers remain family friends till this...

/ March 18, 2022

“Soro Soke..!” – Dr. Bukunmi Kolade

“Soro Soke were” – Dr. Bukunmi Kolade This Yoruba expression was first made by Lola Idije, a prominent  Nollywood actress. Literarily speaking, it means “speak up lunatic” or “speak up dunce”. it was taken up during the ill fated End...

/ March 14, 2022