Rich Churches, Poor Members

This article first appeared on Vanguard Newspapers In the early days of Christianity in Nigeria the church was at the forefront of society’s development building schools, hospitals, vocational skills acquisition centres, farms and cottage industries, among others. They offered scholarships, gave free books and teaching… Read More

Nigeria drags Coca-Cola to Court over Sprite

Attorney General of Nigeria has taken Coca-cola to court for allegedly refusing to comply with orders from the Consumer Protection Council over two half-empty cans of evaporating Sprite. A consumer complained to the Consumer Protection Council, which investigated the short-filled cans of Sprite bought at… Read More

Why Fat is good for your Health – NIH

For over 50 years nutritionists and public health officials created the impression that fat was bad for human consumption, they created this notion that fat is dietary enemy number one – the leading cause of obesity and heart disease. It appears they were wrong! And… Read More

FIFA Hammer Hanging Over Nigeria Again!

On Thursday, the Federal High Court, Jos gave a ruling setting aside the FIFA –ordered elections of 30th September, 2014 into the NFF Executive Committee, stoking the fire of anger at the world body’s Zurich headquarters. The suit was filed by Chris Giwa the erstwhile… Read More