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Ekerete Udoh: Prophet TB Joshua And The Making Of A National Icon

by Ekerete Udoh While spending time in Akwa Ibom during the holiday period, I became addicted to Emmanuel TV- the broadcast arm of the Prophet...

Tunde Leye: This Is How We Can Turn Nigerian Writing Into A Billion Dollar Industry

by Tunde Leye I also remember the words of veteran film-maker Amaka Igwe – A single (make that few) great film-makers does not make a...

Onyeka Nwelue: The ‘Happiest’ Beggars In The Universe [The Trent Voices]

My recent trip to Nigeria recently has reinforced my belief that Nigerians beg more than any other people in the world; this, they do...

Thought Provoking: ‘I live, I die, I’m just a woman’, Poem By Eketi Ette

by Eketi Ette You're overworked... woman, our mothers did it, while raising nine children. You can too. You're exhausted... You're just lazy; put your back into...

Opinion: Com’on Guys, Even Criminals Know Rapists Are The Lowest

by Chukwudi Madu Society hasn’t really lived up to expectations in dealing with the issue of rape and ace comedian Basketmouth’s blunder reflects that collective...

A Must Read: 100 Years And 100 Interesting Facts You Should Know About Nigeria

by Dr. Perry Brimah Lord Lugard estimated in 1904 that there were 170 walled towns still in existence in the whole of just the Kano...

Reno Omokri: Nigeria in 2014 – Fact Versus Fiction

by Reno Omokri Conclusion: Don't Judge President Goodluck Jonathan and This Administration on the Fiction That Opposition Linked Propagandist Media Publish. Learn to Separate Facts...

Temitope Talabi: Happy New Year! Be A Wise Builder in 2014 [The Trent Voices]

For those of us using the Roman calendar, January is the beginning of a new year. The word January which comes from the Latin...

Opinion: Black Girls Are Beautiful And We Must Tell Them This Everyday

by April Taylor In a recent Wellness & Empowerment article on Ebony.com, Daisy Jenkins discusses the role media and culture play in perpetuating demeaning stereotypes...

Funmi Iyanda – An Open Letter To Nigerian Youth

by Funmi Iyanda Each time the elite is replaced, it is by a new generation similarly afflicted and culturally insecure with the same desire to fraudulently acquire...

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