S£xual Prevalence in Modern Times: Sensitization and Abstinence

S£x is a phenomenon that occurs naturally in almost every living thing on earth. It primarily serves as a path to procreation which ensures that the DNA of living things are transferred to their offspring. It is one of the basic instincts of living beings on earth and it is quite a pleasurable act to … Continue reading S£xual Prevalence in Modern Times: Sensitization and Abstinence

The State of the Nigerian Economy: The Reason Naira is Getting Weaker by the Day

Running an Import-dependent Economy is a threat to any nation's development. The rise in the exchange rate of other foreign currencies against the naira is a direct result of a country not being able to produce and export enough goods and services, which would have ordinarily served as a means of earning foreign exchange to … Continue reading The State of the Nigerian Economy: The Reason Naira is Getting Weaker by the Day

Togo; the Birthplace of Voodoo

Togo is a small country indeed, but it is packed with a diverse and exciting culture. When described as the birthplace of the voodoo rites and home to many animist cults, the country quickly excites the imagination. The voodoo practice says that every creature is potent and divine, whether dead or alive, and this is … Continue reading Togo; the Birthplace of Voodoo

Banyankole Weddings and Tradition

In the Bayankole tribe of Uganda, the moment a girl is set to be married, she is made to pass through a whole lot of limitations in a bid to get her ready for the wedding. The lady being prepared for marriage is held inside and is given beef and millet porridge. She is supposed … Continue reading Banyankole Weddings and Tradition

Sit at Home Order in the South East: The Way Forward

Every Monday across the South Eastern part of Nigeria, people are made to observe what is regarded as "Sit-At-Home", which was declared by the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB). It started off with the directive by IPOB that there shall be no business activity in the south east on the 30th of May every year, … Continue reading Sit at Home Order in the South East: The Way Forward