​ARE WE SAFE? {CASE STUDY ON CHILD ABUSE} 

Bald Uncle T she saw at a corner, 

Smiling at her with lollipops in his hand, 

He beckoned to her to come have one, 

‘Mum would not give me for nothing’ she thought.
Ran off to get one and continue her day, 

But no, he insisted she came to his stall, 

‘Everyone knows him’ she felt safe

‘Following him is like going to a friend’s’
What became of her she can not explain, 

Just she was undone, sweater to pants, 

Her eight-year-old papillae he had explored, 

And all through she felt nothing but pains. Continue reading ​ARE WE SAFE? {CASE STUDY ON CHILD ABUSE} 

​THE NIGERIAN EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM (THE PROBLEM, THE PANACEA AND THE PROSPECT). 

Emotion is always riding inside so many people’s heart when a student fail, why should we keep silence? Education is being treated harshly and not with displine. That, I call, a brutal silence, if we do not find something done to those centres we call special centres per se. Generations to come will suffer. It is a great grievance exploding in my heart that we are nurturing the leaders of tomorrow, with unconcealed corruptible mindset. If we can find solutions to special centres in Nigeria educational system, then our generation will be better and great. Continue reading ​THE NIGERIAN EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM (THE PROBLEM, THE PANACEA AND THE PROSPECT). 

​Africa has its own internet domain 25 years after the World Wide Web launched and more than three decades after the first domain name was registered.

Internet penetration in Africa has been poor with only 10.7% of households in Africa being connected to the internet, according to the International Telecommunication Union. Continue reading ​Africa has its own internet domain 25 years after the World Wide Web launched and more than three decades after the first domain name was registered.