5 African Women You should Know

5 African Women You should Know

If you walk into any of the world’s most powerful institutions (government, academic or corporate) you will identify one or two women that are shaping the lives of the world. As we celebrate Women’s Day today, Jumia Market is showcasing their top 5 African women who work behind the scene, making their…
Top 5 Ways To Identify Fake News Online

Top 5 Ways To Identify Fake News Online

With the advent of social media and the wider access to the internet in Nigeria and other countries of the world, the news is no longer what it is. Unlike in the past when we all depended on the traditional for informative, educative and entertaining content, it is not so…
Gunmen Kill Adinoyi Onukaba Ojo, Atiku’s former Media Aide

Gunmen Kill Adinoyi Onukaba Ojo, Atiku’s former Media Aide

Frontline political analyst and former Special Assistant to Vice President Abubakar Atiku, Adinoyi Onukaba Ojo, is dead. According to a Facebook post by his friend and veteran columnist with Daily Trust, Idang Alibi, Onukaba was yesterday attacked and killed in Akure by some armed robbers. Onukaba was a regular contributor to…
Territories, Territorial Spirits and Spiritual Warfare

Territories, Territorial Spirits and Spiritual Warfare

By Isaac Aluko Ademoroti The chances are that most people already know that for political and administrative purposes, the entire world is divided into continents while continents are further sub-divided into countries.  Furthermore, countries are divided into regions or states.  Again, regions and states are divided into local government areas or…
The Challenge of Striking a Balance Between Tradition and ‘Modernity’

The Challenge of Striking a Balance Between Tradition and ‘Modernity’

By Adamu Tilde There’s a fundamentally flawed, contrived, biased and forced rhetoric that views “modernity” as inherently incompatible with tradition(s). Put differently, pristine culture and tradition(s) are in mutually exclusive relationship with “modernity.” This unscientific view, perhaps, has credence largely because of our inability to wean ourselves from our colonial…