THE YOUTH ARE SILENCED (Guest Post)

  Well as we all know the majority of the country (51.9%) voted to leave, and of those 18-24 year olds 17% voted to leave meaning that the other 73% voted to remain. Now I know it has been a ...

The EU: My View On The Brexit!

Just as Boris Johnson, George Osbourne and Michael Gove have been hiding I too have been keeping quite. Usually I have refrained and tried my best to remain neutral, but today I am afraid that with this topic it just ...

My Interview | Africa This Week

Last week I asked the question – The EU: In or Out? As you know, this week, the EU referendum issue has taken a more political dimension and has even cost the life of Jo Cox – my prayers and ...

The EU: Are you In or Out?

Mr Cameron said: “It is time for the British people to have their say. It is time to settle this European question in British politics.” So our Prime Minister David Cameron promised to hold a referendum if he won the ...

Could Nigeria be Home Permanently?

Nigeria is a country with an estimated population of 167 million people. Though English is the official language, there are almost 400 ethic groups, each with its language – the main ones being Hausa,Yoruba and Igbo. Her main religions are ...

Actions speak louder than words Mr Corbyn

Actions speak louder than words… I’m sure you have been there when someone has said they will do something, but in actual fact they have done the opposite making their words mean nothing. It’s an awful feeling right? Mr Corbyn ...

The Slaves Among Us: ‘Modern Day Slavery’

A prisoner that has been abused, not fed and locked up for most of their lives, they don’t know how or what freedom is because they have been subjected to the term ‘Modern Day Slavery’. Any of you live near ...

The Labour Leadership Election

Just as the general election (7th May 2015) has come and gone. It seems the next big topic the British politicians are talking about is the Labour Leadership Election. How exciting I know, but this could be very important for ...

Theresa May: Go Back Home!

Graduating for some of us is like the best day of our lives. I remember my mum getting the professional camera ready, my aunties and uncles screaming my name as I literally ran across the stage. It was highly dramatic ...