Edikaikong Soup: How To Make Nutritious Edikaikong Soup – versatileblog.com.ng

Edikaikong soup is a mouth watering nutritious vegetable soup, native to the Efiks of Cross River and Akwa Ibom states in Nigeria and one of their most richest and popular soup recipe. This delicious soup edikaikong is made with a generous amount of proteinous ingredients which makes it rich in taste and flavour. Edikaikong is …

Biafra and the burden of a warrior nation – The Nigerian Guardian

Nnamdi Kanu When the last Biafran War ended in 1970, Nnamdi Kanu, the founder and leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, was barely three. Whatever he may have known about the war he must have acquired from his parents, his peers, senior people who experienced the war first hand and from reading and …

Fayose challenges Lai Mohammed to name looters sponsoring IPOB – Premium Times

Editorial Before all our eyes and ears Lai Mohammed is metamorphosing into Comical Ali the framed Iraq spokesman during the second Iraq war. Lia also known and ill famously called Lie Mohammed is becoming bombastic in his alternative facts narratives. People like him and like Fayose must be held accountable for their statements. Ayodele Fayose, …

Food prices fall in Asaba – The Nigerian Observer

Asaba -Prices of staple food, including garri, yam and potatoes, have decreased in Asaba and environs, a market survey by the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) has shown. Buyers at the Ogbe Ogonogo Market, on Sunday, expressed happiness over the situation as the food dealers attributed the price fall to the reduction in the cost …

The Police is Your Friend By Pius Adesanmi

(This is a long read. I plead guilty. I humbly ask for one hour of your time to come along with me.) There are two research questions I have to start asking Nigerians who were at least 40-years-old between 1960 and 1970: what was your police experience? What was your perception of the sociology of …