On this day in 1960, Nigeria became an independent nation. Before this day in 1960, Nigeria was under the “colonization” by the British. In any nation, such a day is always a day to remember and celebrate. And Nigeria is not an exception.
The Nigeria political landscape is characterised by alarming rate of defections that cuts across political affiliations or regions.
In this piece, Tiwalayo Raymond likened this trend to the activities of prostitutes and thus discusses political prostitution in Nigeria
“Pocket money” is a descriptive phrase for the stipends usually given by parents or caregivers to their kids or wards alike to school as basic upkeep support. Nigeria’s current adminstrative architecture can be likened to that run by a large nuclear family – by Dr. Tolu Ademujimi, Deputy Director Medical Services, Ondo State Primary Health Care Development Board