Op-Ed

Taleeb Omari: Gay Sex is Valid

Concerning arguments on social media platforms (Facebook, especially) about the rights and lifestyle choices of LGBT+ people in Ghana, and any other place for that matter, I have noticed that a lot of the people who aren’t for it are quick to build their arguments around how ‘unnatural’ and ‘disgusting’ they think sexual activities between… Read More Taleeb Omari: Gay Sex is Valid

Op-Ed

Emmanuel Sadi: Vanguard’s Entertainment Editor attacks Bobrisky with a log in his eye.

To say Nigeria’s media industry is a beacon of hope would be the biggest fallacy of the century. In a bid to continue the tradition of misguided reporting, Mr Ayo Onikoyi of Nigeria’s Vanguard Newspaper comes for Bobrisky, a popular celebrity cross dresser, with obvious attempts to out her and call on the attention of… Read More Emmanuel Sadi: Vanguard’s Entertainment Editor attacks Bobrisky with a log in his eye.

Op-Ed

Ekene Odigwe: Benue State’s Same-Sex Marriage Prohibition Bill – Where are the Priorities?

Benue, a North-Central Nigerian State becomes more prominent in recent times for so many wrong reasons. It is a state with a population of 4,253,641 as of 2006 census. With farming as the main occupation, the state can be credited for cash crops such as potatoes, cassava, soya bean, guinea corn, flax, yams, sesame, rice,… Read More Ekene Odigwe: Benue State’s Same-Sex Marriage Prohibition Bill – Where are the Priorities?

Community, Op-Ed

Peter Okeugo: Dying to live. Living to die #NigeriaMourns #NationalDayofMourning

Marcus Tullius Cicero wrote: “The life of the dead is placed in the memory of the living.” Today, Monday, May 28, 2018, The United States of America celebrates the Memorial Day to remember fallen heroes who died while serving in the country’s armed forces. In Nigeria, the Joint Nigeria Crisis Action Committee (JN-CAC) declared May 28… Read More Peter Okeugo: Dying to live. Living to die #NigeriaMourns #NationalDayofMourning

Op-Ed

Peter Okeugo: Can anything good come out of Nazareth – LGBT Nigeria? #IWD2018

Nathaniel said to him, “Can anything good come out of Nazareth?” Philip said to him, “Come and see.” This is a passage from the Holy Bible, John 1:46. It portrays how Nazareth, a minority community and the hometown of Jesus, was looked down on during the time of Jesus. No one believed anything good could… Read More Peter Okeugo: Can anything good come out of Nazareth – LGBT Nigeria? #IWD2018