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Giving Back: African Church School Renovation Project 2020

By Bode Toriola The African Church School Renovation project 2020 is a project I started to help raise funds to renovate The African Church School...

On Nigeria’s “Door of Return” call to the Diaspora

The Year of Return, which took place in Ghana, 2019, was a landmark event launched by the Ghanaian government. It was made to encourage...

A Look At Domestic Violence Against Nigerian Women

Domestic violence (also called intimate partner violence (IPV), domestic abuse or relationship abuse) is a pattern of behaviors used by one partner to maintain...

Welcome To The Ville – An Intro to Abuja’s Hip Hop...

The new dawn in Nigerian Hip Hop has ushered in a fresh wave of artists. Meet Apex Village, a collective of artists...

Lady Donli Wants Her Share Of The National Cake In New...

While anticipating her debut album Enjoy Your Life, Lady Donli has released Suffer Suffer to sum up what her mood is about all year....

Africa Day: ASA and Mr Eazi to headline Bassline Fest in...

Twelve of the continent’s freshest entertainers are set to raise the bar this year when the Bassline Fest returns to celebrate Africa Day on...

Nigeria Decides 2019

ABUJA, NIGERIA February 23rd, 2019 is election day in Nigeria. In the dead of night on February 16th, 2019, the originally planned election day,...

Nigeria’s Anti-Trafficking Agency Reports 20,000 Nigerian Girls have been Kidnapped and...

On Tuesday January 22nd, Julie Okah-Donli , the Director General of the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP)...

Our 8 Memorable Moments of 2018

2018 is coming to a nigh close, and we must admit, it has been eventful. It's been filled with memorable wins, losses, culture-defining moments and an abundance of tea. So, let's take a little memory lane ride down some of the most memorable moments of 2018

Full List of NEA Award 2018 Winners

Last night, the Nigerian Entertainment Awards took their talents to DC and well...there's a lot to be said. From starting late as expected to...