Obudu is so cold that even drinks are cooled naturally – no fridges needed, as I soon found out.
Lagos is noise. It is chaos. It is fast paced.
But Lagos is also rich history, vibrant culture and ecstatic entertainment, not to mention its reputation
By Sesede Simeon
A friend who knows about my addiction to books sent me an email towards the end of 2020 (the year I read 86+
The year was 1845.
On 17 January, Rev. Samuel Ajayi Crowther, his wife and two young children stepped into Badagry, travelling on a ship from Freetown.
By Jumoke Munu
The thought of going on a 4-day trip in one state in Nigeria is exciting, but spontaneously traveling across states in two regions, and with like-minded folks, is an indescribable thrill.
On 27 September 2021 (World Tourism Day), I’ll be launching a crowd funding campaign for a documentary on Samuel Ajayi Crowther (1809 -1891),
The cityscape gave way to verdant forests as we drove; traffic got less and less until we were the only ones left on an unpaved road.
Two haunting images set me off on my Mary Slessor quest in May 2021; two images I have had with me for about
A beach scene in Lagos. Image by Adedeji Olalekan
By Pelu Awofeso
Nick, Reggie and Teddy go to the beach (on Lagos island)
Earlier this month, we went filming in and around the Cathedral Church of Christ (b.1929), Marina. Bishop Crowther attended Christmas service here, although in a previous building; it was
For any society to prevent falling into decline, the mantle of leadership and entrepreneurship must fall on the youths from time to time.
“In this modern day of increased access to internet, I encourage you to embrace continuous learning and personal development to acquire necessary skills to innovate and manage the solutions you create.”
Her Excellency, Madam Finda Koroma, Vice-President of the Economic Commission of West African States (ECOWAS) Commission, will deliver the keynote address at the 11th edition of the Leadership Excellence