Saturday, October 1, 2016
Good News

Good News

Here we report the good news of the day and the achievements of many Nigerians and Africans all around the globe.

Rio Olympic Games: Showing Solidarity with the Refugee Olympic Team

In a bid to show the spirit of sports to those people who have been displaced by violence, persecution, and war in their countries, the International Olympic Committee, for the first time, extended compassionate...

Rio Olympic Games: Nigeria’s Chierika Ukogu Qualifies for Rowing Quarterfinals

After making history as the first Nigeria rowing athlete to feature at the Rio Olympic Games, Chierika Ukogu, a U.S.-based Nigerian athlete took a further step as she booked a place in the quarterfinals...

Bury Me Come Sunday Afternoon

Nike Campbell-Fatoki's latest book published this year, Bury Me Come Sunday Afternoon, is a contemporary short story collection comprised of ten short stories about Nigerians living in Nigeria and the Diaspora. "The stories address societal issues that...

Islamic Medical Association of Nigeria Focuses on Helping the Less Privileged

Islāmic Medical Association of Nigeria (IMAN) was founded in the Holy city of Makkah/Mecca Saudi Arabia in the year 1989 by a group of Nigerian Health Professionals performing that year's Hajj (Muslim pilgrimage to...

African Union Promotes Pan Africanism by Launching All Africa Passport

Despite the increase in population in most African countries, which almost always adds more weight to economic strains and the responsibilities of each country’s government, the need for tolerance and Pan-African union, especially in...

Kaduna State a Photo Story

Mohammad Ibrahim has been reporting extensively from Northern Nigeria for over six years. For him reporting on Nigeria is about more than highlighting divisions between the north and south. Boko Haram and divisive socioeconomic...

Adamawa Peace Initiative: An Umbrella that Fights Against Violence in Yola, Nigeria

In a bid to embrace total religious tolerance, promote harmony, development and provide relief materials to all displaced people residing in the northeastern state of Adamawa in Nigeria, the Adamawa Peace Initiative (API), a...

Kano Governor Sponsors 72 Youth to Acquire Automobile Skills

In a bid to empower the youth of Kano State, 72 youth have received training on auto mechanics, auto mechatronics (technology combining electronics and mechanical engineering), auto panel beating and welding and auto spray...

#SAMW16: Mai Atafo, Orange Culture, Tokyo James and More

The just concluded menswear week in Cape Town featured a lot of Nigerian brands making their Spring/Summer debut on the runway. With patterns, colored hues, sartorial and athleisure leading the way, it is easy to...

The Efik Twin Boys, the Town of Igbo-Ora Oyo State, and the Land of...

When Mary Mitchell Slessor a Scottish missionary to Nigeria stopped the killing of twins among the Efik almost a century ago; she never knew that she was protecting the generations of the late Prince Micheal Mbo Orokawan Ephraim, the father of Paul Orok...

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Nigeria @ 56: Economic Recession Won’t Last For Long, Buhari Appeals...

President Muhammadu Buhari has assured Nigerians that his administration would find a lasting solution to the economic recession. Buhari made this known during his Independence...