SLAVERY: Africa Needs To Apologise To Africa

The death of Queen Elizabeth II has triggered scintillating conversations and the prevalent dudgeons some Africans have about and towards the British Monarch and the white race. But is this vexation justified, or are we all trying not to be accountable for the actions of our great grandfathers? Why does it seem that there is... Continue Reading →


"Nigerians will probably achieve consensus on no other matter than their common resentment of the Igbo,” - Chinua Achebe Nigeria has an "Igbo problem" and whether we choose to admit this or not, it exists. It is becoming a culture as it is being transferred from one generation to another generation. Ask some people why... Continue Reading →

The Igbos From Benin

Igbos are naturally prone to migrations.  Pre-colonial times, several Igbos migrated to Benin (known as Idu in Igbo communities). There isn't much-written documentation on this as the people of that era mostly used oral documentation. The Igbos migrated in very large numbers to Benin and even played special roles in the Benin empire. Chima, a... Continue Reading →

Dear Africans, We Must Stop Living The Life Of Our Ancestors

"We're Africans, that's not how we do it. That's not what our fathers handed down to us…" This is what you always hear when you want to do things differently for obvious reasons. For example, when you insist that men and women are equal and champion the cause of feminism, the first thing people tell... Continue Reading →


Are you getting ready for LYMS 2015? Let's know our speakers at The LYMS 2015 Rev. Canon Goddy Iloka is a pastor who is making waves in the ministry. He is a spirit filled minister, author and a father. He is currently the chaplain of the EFAC ministry. He will be handling a relationship course... Continue Reading →

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