Three Nigerians, who are part of the LGBTQ community, have shared their Coming Out experience and how their loved ones received the news. Bibi, Uyaiedu Ikpe-Etim, and Biodun featured in a documentary with the loved ones who they opened up
Imo Senator, Rochas Okorocha has appealed to Nigerians to engage in inter-ethnic marriages as a means of promoting peace and unity in the country. The former Imo State governor, who was the chairman of an annual public lecture organised on
Media personality and actress, Lizzy Jay has called out Nigerians on their unchanging attitude of condemning women for things men do and get away with. This is following the reactions to a clip from the Big Brother House, where Tega,
Nigerians living abroad have been asked by the minister of information and culture Lai Mohammed, to stop sponsoring secessionist groups. The Minister who said this during a visit by delegation of UK chapter of Nigerian in Diaspora Organisation (NIDO), urged
President Buhari says he wonders why Nigerians accepted and voted for him “despite not being rich”. The president stated this on Tuesday July 13, when he received the report of the National Security Summit held on May 26 by the
President Muhammadu Buhari has announced that 54 million Nigerians have enrolled into the National Identification Number (NIN) database. Buhari who stated that the goal of the program is total coverage, said 12 million Nigerians enrolled within the last six months.