​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). 

​HEAL THE ILLS {LOVE IN AFRICA PARENTING}; AN AWARD WINNING ARTICLE OF THE GREAT MINDS ESSAY (1st runner-up). 

Shadow of despair glimpsed through the heart of the innocent ones, when licking the blood of their sweat was a magnificent hobby for them. Where freedom was not defined, yet they felt it was divine never to be define, they grew up in such a blindfolded adoring culture.  Continue reading ​HEAL THE ILLS {LOVE IN AFRICA PARENTING}; AN AWARD WINNING ARTICLE OF THE GREAT MINDS ESSAY (1st runner-up). 

​Professors Felix Dapare Dakora and Ali Ali Hebeish of Ghana and Egypt respectively have been awarded the 2017 African Union Kwame Nkrumah Scientific Award.

The prestigious award was instituted to raise the profile of the science and technology sector in Africa as a whole and thus contributing to Africa’s sustainable development, poverty alleviation and integration efforts. Continue reading ​Professors Felix Dapare Dakora and Ali Ali Hebeish of Ghana and Egypt respectively have been awarded the 2017 African Union Kwame Nkrumah Scientific Award.

Nigeria literary icon BUCHI EMECHETA dies @age 72 in London 

“the first book I wrote was The Bride Price which was a romantic book, but my husband burnt the book when he saw it. I was the typical African woman, I’d done this privately, I wanted him to look at it, approve it and he said he wouldn’t read it. And later he burnt the book and I think by that time this urge to write had become more important to me than he realised, and that was the day I said I’m going to leave this marriage and he said “what for, that stupid book” and I said “I just feel you just burn my child” Continue reading Nigeria literary icon BUCHI EMECHETA dies @age 72 in London