Nigeria’s first gospel night club to celebrate one year anniversary

The club features both gospel and secular artistes.

M​y visit to Boko Haram camp, By Philip Obaji

The camp was a religious complex with a Koranic school which attracted poor Muslim families from across Nigeria and neighbouring countries.

Out in Abuja: Night of the Spoken Word

It was a rock concert for literary minds.

Climb for Down Syndrome: Successful Summit of Mt Kilimanjaro

In a bid to raise awareness on Down syndrome and fundraise for the Down syndrome Foundation, 2 Nigerians and a Cameroonian professional summited Mt Kilimanjaro on Friday 22nd August at about 9.00am. The charity hike called Climb for Down syndrome was organized by Inspired by charity, a Lagos based social enterprise. The professionals, Umar Farouk […]

Climb4DS Hike to Mt. Kilimanjaro, Day 1 (17 August 2014)

Like most people who have relatives with the condition, I resorted to distancing myself from Muyiwa through the only bond we had in common- our first name.

Sailing the Waters of the Niger Delta

First printed book in English sold for over £1 million

The book was published in 1474.

Out in Abuja: Club behaviour

Abuja’s club life can be all it can be, despite the city’s (in)security reality. At The Traffic, traffic never lets up.

Life in My City Festival holds in Abuja

Twenty artists took part in the exhibition.

Maxim Uzoatu

A Captain Investing in the Destiny of Nigeria

Captain: In the Storm of Life; A Biography of Israel Ademola Gbadebo Haastrup, D.D., by Olakunle Abimbola; CSS Bookshops Limited and Continental Gold Network Communications Limited, Lagos; 2007; 631pp. In this age of reading hagiographies of generals who fought no wars, politicians without vision or businessmen who struck it rich by pandering to power, it […]

Aguleri forest to host 11th season of Gulder Ultimate Search

The winner of the search will be awarded N10 million and an SUV.

Out in Abuja: Friday night, boogie night

“The club was discussing Chimamanda Adichie’s The Thing Around Your Neck…”