It is wrong to punish a child because he speaks Igbo in school

What is the sense in telling our children not to speak in Igbo languages? Is that not stupid and self-defeating?

Restructuring is not an emotional issue, but a political imperative for Nigeria to make the desired progress

Restructuring is not an emotional issue, but a political imperative for Nigeria

Prayers do not bring development; not in the civilised world

Most of the life-changing inventions and discoveries that have propelled mankind

Spiritual Growth vs. Wealth Display: A Call for Prioritization in Churches

Spiritual Growth vs. Wealth Display: A Call for Prioritization in Churches

Africa has numerous churches, but unfortunately, many of them lack spiritual depth and instead focus on performing fake miracles and collecting exorbitant tithes. Additionally, some pastors even flaunt their … Read more

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The Detrimental Effects of Punishing Children for Speaking Their Native Language in Schools: A Nigerian Case Study

This article examines the counterproductive consequences of penalizing children for speaking their native languages in Nigerian primary and secondary schools

Prevalent Cancer Cases in Africa – Impact and Strategic Interventions for Oncology

Cancer has emerged as a significant public health challenge in Africa, contributing to morbidity and mortality rates that alarm public health professionals and governments alike

Understanding the Divine in Igbo Spirituality: An Exploration of the Igbo Perception of God

Delving into the spiritual and theological foundations of the Igbo people reveals a rich tapestry of beliefs and practices that challenge the often simplistic narratives presented by Western anthropological perspectives.

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Anthony-Claret Onwutalobi Presenting a paper on the “potential of ICT to facilitate digital learning, social profiling and distant education in emerging countries” Uppsala, Sweden

Challenges of Gender Bias in Marital Judgments in Nigerian Society

In the intricate fabric of Nigerian society, a glaring inconsistency emerges in the way marital issues are perceived, particularly when it comes to advising individuals facing challenges in their marriages.

Unveiling Nigeria’s Political Paradox: A Reflection on Shifting Goalposts

Nigeria, a nation with ever-shifting goalposts, presents a unique challenge where claims against political figures like Bola Ahmed Tinubu raise serious concerns about the state of governance, integrity, and public trust

The Imperative of Legitimacy in Leadership: Upholding Democracy and the Rule of Law

The foundation of any democratic society lies in the principles of legitimacy, transparency, and adherence to due process

Understanding a Child’s brain in the context of the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC)

Explaining a child’s brain in the context of the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) can help us understand how children learn and develop over time. Here’s a comparison of a child’s learning process with the SDLC stages

Gaza's children are used to the death and bombing' - BBC News

The Tragic Toll on Gaza Children: A Call for Consistency and Compassion

In recent times, the ongoing conflict between Israel and Palestine, specifically the tragic killing of innocent Gaza children by the Israeli army, has sparked global concern.

Celebrating Nigeria’s Independence Day

In the midst of Nigeria’s independence celebration, let’s take a moment for a somber reflection.