Atiku Abubakar: The Unrelenting Politician

Born on November 25, 1946, Atiku Abubakar is a retired officer of the Nigerian Customs Service, a politician and business tycoon. The only surviving child of his parents, having lost his sister at infancy, he […]

Herbert Macaulay: The Father of Nigerian Nationalism

Born on this day in Lagos, Nigeria, in 1864, Herbert Macaulay helped to lay the foundation of modern Nigeria and he contributed majorly to the shaping of popular perceptions of a modern nation and its […]

Dagrin: An Unforgettable Indigenous Rap Star

Born on 21 October 1987 as Oladapo Olaitan Olaonipekun but better known as Dagrin, he was an award-winning Nigerian rapper from Ogun, Nigeria. The late Rapper attended Meiran community primary school, Roseille Nursery and Primary […]

Three Women Behind Nigeria’s Independence

In the years that led to Nigeria’s independence from Britain in 1960, there were women whose contributions not only defined how Nigerians stood up to the colonialists then but also led active political and socio-economic […]

Omítọ̀nàdé Ifáwẹ̀mímọ́: The Voice Of The Gods

Omítonàdé Ifáwemímo proudly identifies as an African traditionalist, and a custodian and priestess of Yemoja, the Yoruba water deity. Unlike many millennials of her time, Ifáwemímo is well-versed in Òrìsà or Ifa worship. She takes […]