Treating people with respect is for our own good -Tara Aisida

A friend narrated a story to me recently, her mother had been brought up by her elder sister, they shared the same mother but different fathers and there was a huge age difference between them. Her aunt was already a…

Oga driver, respect ya sef – Lucia Edafioka

So, one Tuesday while going to work there was a bit of traffic on the road and as usual people formed multiple lanes to make getting out of the traffic even worse. Beside the vehicle I was in, was a…

Mothers are great, but Fathers are awesome, too -Tara Aisida

It’s Father’s Day in a few days time and it is important that we celebrate our fathers and remind ourselves of the crucial part a father plays in the upbringing of children. It used to be in times  past that the…

Parents, please respect our children’s teachers – Peju Akande

Growing up, my mother had a pattern for discipline; she would say, ‘I’m not your mother!’ This establishing statement had the intended effect of mentally separating our biological connections. That done, she would chant repeatedly while delivering powerful strokes of…

Dear Naija man, what do you really want? – Peju Akande

Did I hear you say sex? But is that not for guys in their twenties and thirties…ermm and their forties and fifties…add the sixties…ok, while you are at it, let’s just add seventies… but really, is that what sums up…

Watch New Action Film: Senate vs IGP – Viola Okolie

“Viola, be a woman of your words”, my mother scolded me. “If you know you do not plan to take any disciplinary action against this girl, stop announcing it and threatening her if not, she will learn not to take…

Na wa, kids of these days have no respect-Abiodun Kuforiji Nkwocha

These kids sef.  I am not talking about my own children. I am talking about young boys and girls. Ok, maybe not boys and girls like that. I mean young adults. Those in the late teen years and early to…

Do you know who I am? – Hymar David

In  Lagos, most people suffer identity crises. Every small thing,  “Do you know who I am?” Mistakenly bump into someone and before you can even say sorry, the bobo has asked for your help as a well-meaning Nigerian to unravel…

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