Limitless: Transcend Your Disability

You probably have also thought about how blind people cope without sight. As important and sensitive as the eyes can be, it often amazes me how certain individuals survive this busy world without it. In attempts to answer these questions, Eagles Foundation for Humanity (EFFH) met with some blinds and their helpers and inquired into their mode of survival. Findings revealed that living without sight can be so isolating and terrifying if the needed care, support and attention aren’t provided.

Death Sentence on Blasphemy: The Legality of the Shar’iah Court’s Judgement

Nigeria is an entity situated in a multifaceted society where cultural, religious and social propagation are largely welcomed and constitutionally endorsed. This unassailable factor (of course) reflects further in our legal system so much so that it has bequeathed the country with a pluralistic legal system. Hence, the influence of the cultural and religious practices (which includes Shari’ah) cannot be overshadowed in our legal system. Thanks to antecedents – from which various statutes were enacted. Two of which include the Kano State Shari’ah Penal Code Law and Shari’ah Penal Code that the Kano State Upper Shari’ah Court based its decision and sentencing. This article shall sail on the voyage of the legality of the court decision vis-à-vis the Nigerian legal system.

Fiction: A Jolly Good Fellow (Episode 7)

A Jolly Good Fellow

Bolaji has finally been arraigned before a judge who looks very mean and determined to send him to jail. Every evidence tendered before the court indicted him. His clueless lawyer could not even help him. In the words of the judge, “Mr. Bolaji is now sentenced to death having been found guilty of the offence of murder”. The courtroom lost order and his well wishers kept screaming his name: “Bolaji! Bolaji!! Booolaaajiii!!!” while the Police officers whisked him away into the black maria van. He resisted movement and tried to be smart but the heavy slap that landed on his cheek did not only dilute his turbulence, but also sent him back to...

Fiction:A Jolly Good Fellow (Episode 4)

A Jolly Good Fellow

The day was already trouble-filled; from the hospital down to the hostel. And then to crown it up, was the police drama. Shola, Bayo and Kunle were tired and hoping it wont get any worse when they get to the police station. Ofcourse, they believe it was definitely a wrong arrest. The police sucks at … Continue reading Fiction:A Jolly Good Fellow (Episode 4)

Fiction: A Jolly Good Fellow (Episode 2)

Bolaji has just recovered from a serious attack. He was rushed into this hospital by his gyrating friends at the party some days ago. He was soaked in blood and fully unconscious. It happened that some notorious gang attacked and stole every of the valuables on him when he went out to receive Motara's call. They left him for dead that night. This had left him unconscious for a while now and everyone has been hoping to see him alive again.

Feature: Ekiti State to Get Its Youngest Candidate Ever as JAFF Declares.

Towards the birth of a new Ekiti, there arise a new entrant into the political atmosphere with a positive chant for a Novel beginning. Ekiti state so far still seem to be lagging among peers and thus needs a meritorious revolution. True power must return to the masses. It is in this light that a … Continue reading Feature: Ekiti State to Get Its Youngest Candidate Ever as JAFF Declares.