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Nigerian Youths and the Burden of Posterity

Nigerian Youths and the Burden of Posterity

In commemoration of United Nations International Youth Day The youth of a nation are trustees of posterity – Benjamin Disreali The above statement by the enigmatic politician and novelist who served twice as Prime Minister of Britain in the 19th Century is one of the many aphorisms underscoring the importance of young people to a society. Estimated to be approximately 18 percent of the world population at 1 billion, young people form the axle around which the world economy and society in general revolves

Malala And The Burden Of The Female Child
Malala And The Burden Of The Female Child

It was a hot Wednesday afternoon and I had to make a short visit to my bank on Herbert Macaulay Way Yaba. It was about a new account and my first stop was at the inquiry desk just three steps away from the security doors. The smiling customer service officer, a young soft spoken woman in navy blue skirt suit was already busy with a young couple and their two children, so I stood a few inches away from the desk and waited.

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The Story Of A Male Feminist
The Story Of A Male Feminist

Mr. Nzume Mathias is an exception among men. In a place where patriarchy rules, he is an advocate for gender equality and women’s rights. Mr. Nzume is a Cameroonian, married and a father of five; three girls and two boys. Driven by his personal experiences and agony, alongside his mothers; Mr. Nzume knows first-hand the abuses of human rights that take place in Cameroon, and most especially his village in Bakossi – an ethic group in the South West Region of Cameroon.

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First Female World Bank Chief?
First Female World Bank Chief?

On Friday 23rd of March, Angola, Nigeria and South Africa endorsed Nigeria’s finance minister for the position of the World Bank president as it became open following the plan by the current president, Robert Zoellick to step down in June. Taking advantage of the open contest for the post, unlike what was obtained in the past where the U.S under an informal agreement with its allies lay claim to the post, the African countries cited Mrs. Iweala’s brilliant performance as an economist as reasons for her nomination.

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I like the way Ayim used amnesia to discuss relationships and the way we interact with each other.

Amy Mckie
Amy Mckie on Twilight at Terracotta Indigo

Ayim knows what she writes about and mostly gets the small things right—descriptions, sensory descriptions, sub-plots, places, names, pacing, street scenes.

Ehichoya Ekozilen
Ehichoya Ekozilen on Gentlemen of the Bar

A novel with a highly-relevant psychological
outlook, Twilight at Terracotta Indigo invites the reader to join the female protagonist Marlene in regaining memory through an encounter with art.

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