Good Contents Are Everywhere, But Here, We Deliver The Best of The Best.Please Hold on!
Data is Loading...
Your address will show here +12 34 56 78
News, Opinion

By Dr. Ugoji Egbujo

 
That’s what scandal brings. Everyone now thinks the senator is a demon. It was Saint Bukar who saw Yobe{a state in NorthEast Nigeria} in 2000, and saw Sodom and Gomorrah. He then took upon himself to curb his people’s sinfulness and bring them closer to God. He introduced Sharia. Skeptics called it political opportunism but it’s possible it was virtue, righteous anger. Now, everyone talks about Bukar like they would talk about a dissolute drunkard. Bukar is not a nonentity. He is a three- time senator, a three-time governor. He is a husband of three important wives. But now they call him a master of threesome. That’s what the devil causes.

 
Some of those heaping opprobrium on Bukar are only envious of his erotic prowess. They ar...

Continue Reading
News, Opinion

By Elnathan John

 

Dear “Africans”,
1. We have been having homosexual sex before white people came
2. We have been doing same sex marriage in many forms too
3. We are not homosexuals now because of white people
4. There is nothing African or unAfrican about homosexuality. It is human. Period
5. “Africa” was as human as the rest of the world. With homosexuality. And homophobia. Depending on where you were.
6. You cannot “convert” people into homosexuality. Or It is not a religion.
7. Consensual sex by private adults is NOT your business
8. Love between two people is NOT your business.
9. Yes, it is not always about sex. Two people of the same gender can actually love.
10. Ul...

Continue Reading
News, Opinion

Following the backlash Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie has faced for suggesting transgender women are not real women, the novelist has clarified her statements in an interview she had with Channel Four last week. Adichie had in the interview said “I don’t think it’s a good thing to talk about women’s issues being exactly the same as the issues of trans women because I don’t think that’s true.” She however clarified this on her Facebook timeline:

 

 

By Chimamanda Adichie

 

 

Because I have been the subject of much hostility for standing up for LGBTQ rights in Nigeria, I found myself being very defensive at being labeled ‘trans phobic.’ My first thought was – how could anyone think that?
I didn’t like that ver...

Continue Reading
News, Opinion

By Charles Oputa aka Charly Boy

 

 
My life has been one Big fight, I have battled a lot of principalities, I never backed down. I battled for the rights of the Okada’s to make a living. I battled for the rights, respect and the big money for the Nigerian Musician, I spent 3weeks in the cell. Today they have a better life. I battled for the non-payment of aged elderly military pensioners, who were dying in their hundreds, I was beaten black and blue by the military, locked up for thirty days, just to mention a few. Now I have chosen to fight for the rights of gays and lesbians. My people, Building bridges takes us further than building walls.

 

 
With no shame but a heart filled with pride, I do declare that I’m a p...

Continue Reading
News, Opinion

Nigeria’s Minister of Sports, Solomon Dalung, has made his position known on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender(LGBTs) and their rights. Every Sunday, Dalung publishes an article on his Facebook page. Over time, he has serialized the Sunday articles themed ‘Sunday Corner’. Sometime back, the Plateau State-born politician bashed LGBTs. Below is the full text of the article:

 
By SOLOMON DALUNG

 
“And the Lord God said, It is not good that the man should be alone; I will make him an help meet for him.
And the Lord God caused a deep sleep to fall upon Adam, and he slept: and he took one of his ribs, and closed up the flesh instead thereof; And the rib, which the Lord God had taken from man, made he a woman, and brought her un...

Continue Reading
News, Opinion

By FUNMI IYANDA
…on bravery, honesty and thriving.

 
I
I remember the first time l saw him at the cemetery.
I had been crying. I had not quite cried since leaving the hospital but when the flames of the incinerator swallowed Remi — in that beautiful coffin we had carefully selected -something gave in my chest. The unceremonious finality of cremation startled me. I ensured Remi got the sort of funeral she would approve of, but in all our many conversations l had never asked her preference. But then, I hadn’t expected her sudden death.
She was Buddhist, I suppose Buddhists automatically want cremation, but Remi liked the attention of those she loved. Would she not have preferred a burial so we can bring her flowers as she did her mother? White lil...

Continue Reading
PREVIOUS POSTSPage 1 of 2NO NEW POSTS