Assalam aleikum waramotulahi wabarakatuhu: May the peace, mercies and blessings of Allah be upon you. In the name of Allah, the Most beneficient the merciful; all praise and adoration is due to Him alone. Indeed, we are very grateful to Him for sparing our lives to see beyond yesterday. May His Protection never cease over … Continue reading FOR MUSLIMS: PREPARE FOR RAMADAN WITH THESE 8 STEPS AS SHABAN GRADUALLY ENDS.
Adim is a cultural community that refers to a set of people that occupy a certain quarter in Biase Local Government area in Cross river state, Nigeria. The Adim people speak Adim and Efik language. According to reports, Adim is spoken by about 16,000 speakers. The Adim community is administered by clan heads and are … Continue reading TRIBES AND CULTURE: ADIM PEOPLE (CROSS RIVER STATE)
LYRICAL VENDETTA I will strike back When am right back Fighting back To get my right back Enough of the barking, I really want to bite. A lion which have been starving Attacks anything at sight My silence Is about to metamorphose into violence Invested in you all hopes But no dividends … Continue reading LYRICAL VENDETTA (A POEM)
The Senate arm of the National assembly (Red Chamber as it is informal referred) comprises of 109 members effecting 3 each from 36 states of the federation plus 1 member representing the Capital. This arrangement is strictly according to the constitution. The Senate is only but one half of the Nation’s Bi-cameral structure of allowing … Continue reading National Assembly (1): The Senate. (plus comprehensive list of all its members and political parties)
To lead is to conquer; Verily, the Masters are Doctoring the philosophy. So firm they stand their reign. Their crafty-trickish spears spare no one. Sadly, the quest to conquer Have misplaced their desire to lead. In the lead to conquer, They were favored by your manipulative thumbs. Those favors have indexed them into various positions … Continue reading To Lead is to Conquer… (a poem).
General administration in Enwan. Traditionally, Enwan is ruled and governed by a king. Like the yoruba and bini kingdom, Enwan operates an Obaship system of governance. As a paramount ruler, Odafe is the title given to the king of Enwan. He serves as the head of the clan. So far, as at the time of … Continue reading TRIBES AND CULTURE: ENWAN (AKOKO-EDO) II.
Culture regards the arts, ideas, customs, language, religion, intellectual development and also the social behavior of a particular group of people. In this vein, it is a standard aphorism that every tribe, ethnic or society has its own unique and peculiar features. This, amongst others, is a criterion for establishing affinity and relationship between social … Continue reading TRIBES AND CULTURE: ENWAN (AKOKO-EDO)
Following the anti immigrant (xenophobic) protest in Pretoria, South Africa, earlier this week, members of the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) launched a counter protest against South Africans yesterday in Abuja. The protest was aimed that sending down a strong warning to both the Nigerian and South African government over the looming xenophobic attacks … Continue reading FRESH XENOPHOBIC ATTACKS IN SOUTH AFRICA: Nigerian students stage protest in Abuja; issues 48hrs leave ultimatum to South Africans in Nigeria.
The management of the University of Lagos (UNILAG) has on Tuesday introduced a new dress formula for its students. The new dress code rules is similar to that of the University of Ilorin which bars students from wearing provocative and body revealing materials on Campus. Apparently, this development came as an antidote to curb the … Continue reading UNILAG Introduces Dresscode System to Curb Indecent Dressing.
You must have seen some classical ‘adire’ (tie and dye) materials on people lately. They look amazing and you equally wish u could also have them. Well, keep calm, you are not alone with such thought. I used to nurse such feeling before I successfully made one for myself. Are you thinking of owning one … Continue reading Rising Trend in Tie and Dye.