Jan 26th, 2013
By Philip Amiola On December 31, 2012, while the world was enraptured with the prospect of ushering in the New Year, someone in Kogi state, Nigeria was busy scooping the brains out of his four-month-old son whom he had just murdered. Earlier in October of the same year, the nation was shaken by the g...
Oct 10th, 2012
Ethiopia may well deserve the title Cradle of Humankind. Some of the most famous, most iconic hominid fossils have been discovered within the country’s borders. Ethiopia can claim many “firsts” in the hominid record book, including first stone tools and the first Homo sapiens. Here’s a look at the co...
Jul 3rd, 2012
By Justine John DYIKUK Karl Max has criticized religion as, “the opium of the masses.” The Maxis proposition alongside other anti-faith believes have left debates and counter debates on the supreme being, God and the expectant worship due him by humans. Form the etymological and historica...