Category Archives: Nigerians

Go on, Nigerians! (POEM)

Intro: I went to check my pigeonhole at work today and saw an almanac slotted in there by whoever. It featured Orji Uzor Kalu, publicising a nebulous political ambition, and showing his latest political party as the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC). Abia State is yet to recover from the eight years of legendary misgovernance […]

Be agents of change, cleric urges Nigerians

By Olayinka Latona LAGOS—Bishop of Church of God Mission Int’l, Bishop Egwowa Matthew has charged Nigerians to be change agents in their various capacities so as to contribute their quota to bringing about the change that the nation needs. Bishop Matthew gave the charge during his birthday celebration which also coincided with the church annual […]

Again 138 Nigerians arrive from Libya

By Bose Adelaja One Hundred and Thirty Eight deportees from Libya, Tuesday, arrived Nigeria aboard a flight with registration number 5ADM at about 8.05pm, at the Cargo Wing of Muhammed Murtala International Airport. Deportees numbering about 258 from Libya being profiled right on the tarmac on arrival at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Ikeja Photo […]

Who will save Nigerians abroad?

By Adewale Kupoluyi THE latest onslaught on Nigerians took place a few days ago with the killing of one Mr. Clement Ofoma in South Africa. The 35-year-old Ofoma  was  a  native of Obosi, Idemili North Local Government Area of Anambra State. According to the embittered wife of the victim; about 10 South African policemen arrested […]