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Coping with Dyslexia

By Nkem Egenuka on Thu, 16/02/2017 - 16:05

Dyslexia is a learning disability characterized by difficulties with reading and writing composition, as well as high levels of creativity and ‘big picture’ thinking. Coping with dyslexia can be challenging, but it is possible. With the right attitude, strategies, tools, and support you can not only cope with dyslexia, but have a successful and productive life.

7 Things You Didn’t Know about Alhaji Saka Sa’adu

By Nkem Egenuka on Mon, 30/01/2017 - 16:58

The Former Minister of State for Education, Alhaji Saka Saadu, breathed his last on the 24th January 2016 at the University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital and was buried in his Ilorin country home.

7 Things You Didn’t Know about Alhaji Saka Sa’adu

Analysis of Harvest of Corruption by Frank Ogodo Ogbeche

By Nkem Egenuka on Wed, 25/01/2017 - 15:42



Harvest of Corruption is centred on the acts of public servants in a country called Jacassa. The principal public servant in the play is Chief Haladu Ade Amaka, the minister of external relations. He is corrupt, an unpatriotic  and a sexual pervert . He maintainns a retinue of girls whom he philanders with and who also do cocaine trips for him . He is an exploiter of the state who robs her blind in an act popularly referred to as "Pen-robbery.

Top Blog Posts of 2016

By Nkem Egenuka on Tue, 27/12/2016 - 08:51

The year 2016 has indeed been a great one, we have put together the Top Blog Posts for 2016.


8 Books to Read in Your 20's

20-29 are years we make mistakes and learn every day. Reading books make us smarter as we navigate through our lives with the wisdom of those before us. These are 8 books that will give you a head start towards the right path.

10 words that perfectly describes a fool

By Nkem Egenuka on Fri, 09/12/2016 - 15:44

Have you been searching for the perfect word for someone’s folly? We have compiled some words that best describes a fool.



A foolish or gullible person:

Originated from the Mid 17th century: from simple, on the pattern of surnames derived from place names ending in -ton.



A ridiculous but amusing person; a clown

Ex Minister of Commerce and Industry, Bola Kuforiji-Olubi, breathes her last at 80

By Nkem Egenuka on Tue, 06/12/2016 - 10:55

Foremost accountant and Former Minister of Commerce and Industry, Bola Kuforiji-Olubi, has died. According to The Punch, she died in Lagos on the 3rd of December aged 80.

Lagos State Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode, on Sunday expressed shock and sadness over her death. Mr. Femi Adesina, also in a statement said President Buhariprays that the Almighty God will grant her eternal rest, and also comfort all her loved ones.

Today in Nigeria History

By Nkem Egenuka on Wed, 30/11/2016 - 15:21

Innocent Egbunike was born on the 30th of November 30, 1961. A sprinter and Olympic Medalist in the mid-late 1980's. He studied at Azusa Pacific University, where he still holds the school record at 400 metres and the automatically timed NAIA meet record at 200 metres. At the 1985 Summer Universiade he won the 400 metres. At the regional level he won the 1987 All-Africa Games as well as three gold medals at the African Championships.

Abubakar Ibrahim wins 2016 Nigerian Prize for Literature

By Nkem Egenuka on Tue, 29/11/2016 - 15:48


Abubakar Adam Ibrahim has been is winner of the 2016 Nigeria Prize for Literature. He was awarded with §100,000, for his novel, Season of Crimson Blossom.

Mr. Ibrahim, Nigerian journalist and writer is a first-time novelist. He was winner of the BBC African Performance Prize, the Amatu Braide Prize for Prose; and earlier awarded the Gabriel Garcia Marquez Fellow (2013) and Civitella Ranieri Fellow (2015).


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