To mark Africa Day 2015, writers are invited to submit a short story or poem relating to African experience in either Africa or Ireland. Primary-school children can submit a piece of up to 250 words and secondary school students of up to 500 words. The word count for entries from adults is 2,000 words
The competition calls for young people to develop creative messages about racism and integration using written, visual and audio-visual means. It is open to primary schools, secondary schools and youth groups and, this year, received over 200 entries.
Undoubtedly, this is the season of politics and until May 29 when hopefully there would be a smooth transition from one administration to another, we still have to talk about politics and politicians.
Despite the massive, colourful and very expensive campaigns that rocked the Nation for months, it is quite surprising that there is a very low voters turnout today as reported by our correspondents across the nation
On 8 April 2015, Xclusive Magazine published an explosive account of why the Niger State Governor Babangida Aliyu kidnapped and imprisoned Fejiro Oliver for 14 days. Here is the concluding part of his account
Fejiro Oliver, an investigative journalist who was abducted by the government of Niger State in 2014 for exposing the rots in the State and the corrupt governance style of Governor Babangida Muazu Aliyu, gives a detailed account of why the Niger State Governor Babangida Aliyu kidnapped and imprisoned him for 14 days
The stories of Adisa and Azi run parallel to that of Akpu-nku in that they are all laced with Stuppid’s racist overtones. There is no Akpu-nku eking out a living as toy for a 13-year-old American
President Jonathan, gallantly accepting defeat, called up General Muhammadu Buhari: “Congratulations, sir,” he said to the President-elect of the Federal Republic of Nigeria!
How should the Nigerian President look or appear to citizens? Does Muhammadu Buhari look like he should be Nigerian President? Does Goodluck Jonathan look like he should be the president of Nigeria?
The social media is ablaze with hate tweets and posts on twitter and Facebook respectively; announcing what are obviously fake results of the elections 2015, sending angry messages and gloating in some cases.