The Madus and our rough roads | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News ⬇️
The legendary Tai Solarin of blessed memory in an unusual new year’s wishes echoed the word “may your road be rough.” That happened several decades ago, and it was well analyzed over some time in Nigeria.
I could hardly find a better phrase to describe our pathways as Black people in the land that pride itself as the hobnob of immigration, a land of sophisticated multiculturalism. Though the intention of this article is not an inclination towards academic dissection of our plights as visible minorities, I will therefore keep it within the confine of the current issues.
Sometimes, about ten months ago, an occurrence happened, and it was hopefully laid to rest. Somehow, the taxpayers financed Canada Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) took the delight to give new life into it. Perhaps, it is part of their social responsibilities to ensure that no issue is allowed to have an ‘untimely’ death. I will speak about CBC later. First, come with about the facts of the case and something that preceded it.Read more: The Guardian Nigeria »
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Lagos PDP stakeholders promise to unite for Jandor | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World NewsPeoples Democratic Party (PDP) will formally absorb Lagos4Lagos Movement, one of the dissident groups in the Lagos State chapter of All Progressives Congress (APC), today.
Shipwreck leaves 4 Tunisia migrants dead, 7 missing | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World NewsFour Tunisians, including a young girl, died and seven others are missing after a boat carrying migrants sank off the country's central city of Sfax, the authorities said Friday.
Tonga volcano eruption was like 'atomic bomb' | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World NewsTonga's volcanic eruption felt like an 'atomic bomb' that shook 'the whole island', an aid worker told AFP on Friday, as the Pacific nation raced to address a drinking water shortage. This is a sad one
Mali bids farewell to ex-president Keita | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World NewsMali held a state ceremony on Friday for former president Ibrahim Boubacar Keita, who was ousted in a 2020 coup and died last week.
Bayern's Hernandez, Upamecano set for Covid-19 return | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World NewsBayern Munich coach Julian Nagelsmann said on Friday he hopes France defenders Lucas Hernandez and Dayot Upamecano will start this weekend's match at Hertha Berlin with the pair poised to return after contracting coronavirus.
Azarenka 'climbs ladder' towards third Australian Open title | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World NewsVictoria Azarenka compared her bid for a third Australian Open title to climbing a ladder on Friday -- now she needs to make sure she does not fall off.