Featured Notes Wole Olaoye

Yorubaland: Sectarianism Doomed

Reading Time: 6 minutes Image Credits: Superstock. WHEN BASHORUN JK RANDLE (scion of the illustrious Randle family of Lagos) handed over the property of his late aunt, Alhaja Munirat Muhammed, at 14A Bashorun Street, Ikoyi, to the Muslim community through the Lagos Central Mosque, many people who did not understand the symbiotic relationship between Christians and Muslims in Nigeria’s Read More…

Featured Notes Wole Olaoye

The god-trepreneurs

Reading Time: 5 minutes Image Credits: Gerd Altmann/Pixabay. Woe unto thee O land whose destiny is ruled by superstitions instead of production, thou shall continue to be vassals of the diligent, hewers of water and fetchers of firewood for the household of your former enslavers. Granted that the history of the black man has been tempestuous, but contemporary happenings Read More…

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Performing youths elevate church with Ije, The Musical

Reading Time: 4 minutes The Creative Arts arm of The Elevation Church, Maryland expression, made history for the tenth time with the presentation of the stage play, Ije. The event which was held on 1st October 2021 at the Colonades Hotel, Ikoyi was a pre-launch for the Ikoyi expression of The Elevation Church which is billed to launch on Read More…

Notes Top Story Wole Olaoye

So Religious, Yet So Poor!

Reading Time: 5 minutes Image Credits: Rudolf P. Gaudio. The first world is ruled by ideas, by knowledge. Africa is ruled by religion. Nigeria, the giant of the continent, is the biggest exponent of the African predilection. The majority of Africans are almost evenly divided between Christianity and Islam. Many of them combine the practice of their traditional belief Read More…