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by Micheal Ace Amazon is richer than Google. But look at it, Amazon is... Read more »
BBnaija

Opinion: Why BBNaija is on and schools closed

By Egboka Victory The shaking of head in sadness and in pity is that... Read more »
Egboka Victory

The Intersection of Feminism and Boychild by Egboka Victory

A few years ago I wrote a very bad poetry, really bad poetry. I... Read more »

Humans and Gender Wars by Amudipe Opeyemi Marcus

I really do want to believe that Humans are created to complement each other,... Read more »
feminism in Nigeria

Why feminism in Nigeria will remain a failure II

I believe it should be understood that we are just two different genders with... Read more »
feminism in Nigeria

Why feminism in Nigeria will remain a failure

One but wonders whatever happens to the gender of Fúnmilayọ Ransome-Kuti, Queens Mọremi (of... Read more »

How to win Job Interviews: 9 Things You Must Know

A lot of people ask the question of how to win Job Interviews. It's... Read more »

5 Productive Things To Do When Unemployed And Broke

So you just graduated from the university, or you've probably been laid off your... Read more »

Pain, Misery, Sorrow : A Muse for Your Writing Proficiency

By Adetayo Omotoyosi Adeolu . Pain, sorrow, tears comes to us all at different... Read more »
On "e (no) fit happen" by Ayodele Gabriel

On “e (no) fit happen” by Ayodele Gabriel

Good government, committed police force, terrorists repentance, fine economy, non favouritism, equality of human... Read more »

King of Boys: Review by Tanimonure Richard

Just finished watching this great movie and so proud to share the following on... Read more »

The Mother of all Corruption Scandals by Ayodele Gabriel

In 2009, Iraq planned to arrest 1000 officials for corruption after a scandal which... Read more »

Refusal To Submit, A Guaranteed Lead To Unnecessary Pressure by Kuti Isreal Ifeoluwa

​by Kuti Israel Ifeoluwa   In 2010, i was in an exam hall, writing what... Read more »

The Detailed & Real Story of Ishola Oyenusi; The deadliest Nigeria’s Armed Robber

  Ishola Oyenusi, popularly known as Doctor Oyenusi, was a notorious armed robber who... Read more »

9 Websites For Readers Who Think About Books All Day

I love books and I love the internet, which means I'm always looking for... Read more »

The Reemergence of Nigerian Rap Music

By Adegbola Wahab For the first time in many years, the Nigeria’s music industry... Read more »

How To Find True Happiness by Esther Emenike | ACEworld

The quest for money, power, social recognition, wealth and success are all pointers that... Read more »

Nigeria @59: Are We Not Crawling? A Thought-provoking Essay by Olaniyi Ololade Moses

According to the world poverty report on the rate of poverty in Nigeria, 50%... Read more »

Opinion: Acquiring The Best Relationship With Dressing by Esther Emenike | ACEworld

When dressing magnets the right relationship, does it guarantee a lasting friendship?In one of... Read more »

Learn from Olamide: Open letter to Phyno

by Kosi Ugo Dear Phyno, You made many of us love Igbo rap. Even... Read more »

Opinion: Technology; A Recycling Tool by Bello Sodeeq | ACEworld

  Long ago, the world has embarked on the voyage of modifications & expiation... Read more »

Opinion: How Indescent Dressing Affects Our Relationships by Esther Emenike | ACEworld

We often hear the popular saying; “you are being addressed the way you are... Read more »

Names Are Golden, Wear them Well by Nwokeabia, Ifeanyi John | ACEworld

  What is in a name? This question can be asked in millions of... Read more »

Managing Critisisms as a Writer by Queen Esther Emenike | ACEworld

   HOW TO MANAGE CRITICISM (AS A WRITER I) That you have a hubris... Read more »

Opinions: Nigerians and Insecurity

by Aduwo Ayodele Gabriel Questions like are Shiites truly terrorists ? Is the Federal Government... Read more »

Opinion: Agriculture; From China to Nigeria

By Aduwo Ayodele Solving poverty should be co-helped and agriculture should be seen as... Read more »

Nonfiction: After The Long Night; hope for the hopeless by Iwu Jeff

by Iwu Jeff Have you ever felt like you’re surrounded by darkness as a... Read more »

A 2018 Compendium of Nigeria’s Literary Feats and Defeats

Written by Izunna Okafor It is no longer a novelty that every calendar year... Read more »

Opinion: Oyo State; The Next Period bell

by Aduwo Ayodele Eight years altogether ever in the history of democratic rule in... Read more »

On Ghanian Poetry and why it is Running on Clutches

by Abeiku Arhin Tsiwah Ghanaian Poetry is not Poetry any more. It is Spoken... Read more »

Corruption and The Nigerian Library

by Adetayo Omotoshosi Corruption is perhaps the most popular spirit engraved in the hearts... Read more »

Opinion: Systeme Degage: Lessons from Algeria

By Aduwo Ayodele 1. One certain date, ''the people would revolt'' would happen in... Read more »

The Poet as an Influencer: An Ideological Reading of Tukur Ridwan’s A Boy’s Tears on Earth’s Tongue

Recently, I was engaged in an intellectual discourse with a seasoned poet about the... Read more »

Tributes And Encomium As Poet Gabriel Okara Passes On

By Izunna Okafor  As it is said that great man's feat usually echoes louder... Read more »

Anambra Art Sector In The Last Five Years: The Achievements, The Challenges And The Prospect

By Izunna Okafor As American Poet, Ralph Waldo once said that the love of... Read more »

Dear Lagos, before you demolish

by Victoria Ibezim-Ohaeri Last week, a former Lagos State governor, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, added... Read more »

Celebration of Life: Pius Adesanmi, The Public Intellectual

“If I take the wings of the morning and dwell in the uttermost parts... Read more »

Opinion: There’s no Justice in Silence

By Innocent Anaba Mrs Soibi Oviais is a Partner with Duale Ovia & Alex-Adedipe,... Read more »

Opinion: The mother of All Scandals

by Ayodele Gabriel In 2009, Iraq planned to arrest 1000 officials for corruption after... Read more »

Opinion: Beautiful Nonsense or Utter Gibberish?

By Adedamola Adetayo When people say “the sky is your limit”, they are quick... Read more »

Review: The Trough and Crest of Lionheart – A Viewer’s Perspective

by Amaobi Uche The award winning actress Genivive Nnaji makes it to the front... Read more »

Yendi Begs For Development and Investment

The Yendi Municipal Assembly was established in 1988 by PNDC Law 207, Act 462,... Read more »

Looking Away: A proposed Solution to Societal Ills | Being A Review of Bird Box

By Paul Word Uma I just saw Bird Box (Yeah! I know I'm late... Read more »

The Departure of The Dagbon ‘Wicked Visitor’ of 2002

by Gadafi Kpalua I remember vividly the arrival day of this "wicked visitor",which was... Read more »

Confronting the reality of Boko Haram resurgence

By Ochereome Nnanna I READ an interesting article by one Sani Dikko in the... Read more »

Reconstructuring Dagbang After Many Years Of Intractable Chieftain Conflict: The Role of Dagbang Elite

The story of "Abudu/Andani" being blood brothers has been told and heard too many... Read more »

Getting The Next Level Working Again

by Ayodele Gabriel I don't take the side that there's a clarity of major... Read more »

The Goldfish Effect: Social Media Users and Short Attention Span

In the 21st century where everyone uses social media, it is safe to say... Read more »

Opinion: The Media And Our Views

by Victoria Willie When I was much younger, I had this notion for universities... Read more »

Season Greetings Nigerians by Aduwo Ayodele Gabriel

I took a side some months ago on how to spend my festive period.To... Read more »