Jumia Travel Launches “Dream Deals”

Jumia Travel Launches “Dream Deals”

Lagos, 14th December, 2016 – Following the remarkable 2016 Black Friday campaign that beat all-times sales record of + 30% gross bookings a day, Jumia Travel is back in the deals business with a new campaign dubbed “Travel Wednesday” running every Wednesday on the company’s official website. The promotions, also…
The Greatest Problem in Nigeria is Greed

The Greatest Problem in Nigeria is Greed

By Abdulkabir Olatunji There is so much chatter dominating public discourse by Nigerians with many complaining about the harsh economy and the perceived failure of government to alleviate the ‘suffering of the masses’. However, a critical look at the behaviour of Nigerians indicates a people that insist on doing next-to-nothing…
Ilorin: The City of Harmony

Ilorin: The City of Harmony

 By Ogunfowoke Adeniyi Ilorin is located in North Central Nigeria was founded in 1450 and is dominated by the Yorubas, one of the three major Nigerian ethnic groups from South West, Nigeria. In spite of the large presence of the south-westerners, you will find that other ethnic groups especially of Hausa…
On Mob Lynching, Jungle Justice and the Law

On Mob Lynching, Jungle Justice and the Law

By Festus Ogun Nigeria is a country blessed with virtually ‘everything’ needed for the upkeep of a fine and sane society – both human and natural resources. Equally, Nigeria is blessed with good laws too. We have multifarious statutes which cater for needs in human endeavours. But, even with all…
The APC and Its Delicate Balancing Act Towards 2019

The APC and Its Delicate Balancing Act Towards 2019

By Abdulkabir Olatunji Never in the history of Nigeria during its 4 republics had any group of opposition leaders managed to put aside their often larger-than-life ambitions to come together to defeat a ruling party. Recognizing this, some members of the then ruling People’s Democratic Party (PDP) boasted that the…
Nigeria’s Nuclear Power Plant Option

Nigeria’s Nuclear Power Plant Option

  By Tony Ogunlowo   Just like with most things in Nigeria, today, energy requirements far exceeds the current production levels – and will do so for many years to come. Existing power generating plants are old, underutilized, with most falling into disrepair and unable to cope with the present…
Fashion Items that Stayed Trendy in 2016

Fashion Items that Stayed Trendy in 2016

Fashion trends change every time, in fact some people don’t repeat fashion trends or follow one for more than a month. There are a lot of trends and wears that were seen as top brands in the 80s that people of these days would never want to be caught wearing,…