By Igweshi Augustine.   Indigenous women have always been part of their peoples’ struggles, whether nationally or at international fora. There has been a legacy of extraordinary women that have interfaced between indigenous women’s movements and the international women’s movement. Not always were they close, most of all due to […]

By William Ikhianosimhe Orbih.   England lost. Italy won. On penalties. So as expected, racism followed. Or did it? Bukayo Saka took the last shot of the night—from the penalty spot. Gianluigi Donnarumma kept the ball out. This was his ninth save in a competition in which he emerged as […]

By The World Satellite.   It is generally believed that Nigeria’s entertainment industry is over saturated and quite challenging. She may not be the regular face we see on TV, but spurred by passion and determination, Miss Grace Urama Omega; popularly known as Ghraycee Joywills is a testament of a […]

By William Ikhiansinomihe Orbih.   It was about 7:30 am on Wednesday, and all was set for the journey from Abuja to Benin to begin. The fourteen-seater bus was filled with passengers. The much-experienced driver took his position behind the steering wheel. For the past ten years, he has been […]

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