Mar 1st, 2013
By Nuhu Ribadu I am sceptical about awards in our country. From the national honours given by the federal government, to the honorary doctorates that our universities bestow on individuals, and to the smallest of awards in our clubs and associations, there is too much sycophancy and opportunism in th...
Feb 8th, 2013
For many years, African women have been relegated to mere observers in the socio-political and economic scheme of things. They are considered only ‘good to be seen, nor heard.’ And their voices, when they deign to talk, are drowned out by the clamour of male chauvinists that abound on the continent. ...
Feb 21st, 2012
(CBS) ARLINGTON, Texas – A woman was held captive inside an Arlington house for nine years after she was tricked and forced into modern day slavery. CBS DFW reports this woman, who requested to be called Cindy, said she thought she was coming to Texas from Nigeria to work as a nanny for Emmanue...