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Asaba Massacre

Not much about our history was recorded in so many places as it should have been, yet we have lots of historical events to talk about and document than some developed countries. While surfing the internet for related contents on history, we came across a feature story on the Guardian Newspapers that is of immense […]

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Author Of The Week

Toyin Falola   Toyin Omoyeni Falola is our celebrated author for this week! Falola was born on the 1st of January 1953 in Ibadan, he is a Nigerian historian and a professor of African Studies. Toyin Falola earned his B.A. and Ph.D. (1981) in History at the University of Ife, Ile-Ife now Obafemi Awolowo University. He is a Fellow of the Historical Society of Nigeria and of the Nigerian Academy of Letters. Falola […]

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How to Read Efficiently

      Nigerians are better entertainers, we have more talkers and fewer readers. This might be as a result of our active/busy nature. Most people want to improve their reading habit but have no idea on how to go about it. The key to reading lots of books and reading effectively begins with a […]

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Six Important Skills Omitted in Today’s Nigerian Educational System

Our interest in Nigerian literature makes us delight in several literary works by Nigerian writers and this one by an exclusive communication scholar on Nigerian Educational System is not left out. Six Important Skills Omitted in Today’s Nigeria Educational system. Over the years, our learning institutions have been probed for not impacting enough practical knowledge […]

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Nobel Laureate, Prof. Wole Soyinka, the most news trending Nigerian Writer admonishes Nigerians to cultivate a reading habit in order to curb social media disadvantages and rumors. Soyinka gave the admonition in Badagry at the unveiling of an art gallery in commemoration of his 85th birthday. “Never Turn Your Back On An Opportunity Or Chance […]