South Africans And Nigerians: What Is The Difference?
The Trumpian era of modern day America has heralded a culture where white supremacy and racism are consciously encouraged, thriving under state policy, and it is no wonder, xenophobia is thriving all over the world. Racial and ethnic profiling have been re-invigorated by the POTUS, entrenching immigration reforms that are targeted at other races and […]
TwitterNigeria: It’s Dicey for Dorsey
On the 5th of March, 2018, The US Mission in Nigeria tweeted that, “Freedom of speech is a principal pillar of a free government – Benjamin Franklin. But no law protects free speech that makes a direct threat against another person or incites a group to commit violence. #EndHateSpeech.” Not once, did it find it […]
NO LAFIA IN MAILAFIA’S TALK
by Tahir Ibrahim Tahir Talban Bauchi Lafia is a very common Hausa word which means peace or good health or even harmony in some spheres, dependent on where and how it is applied. It is common practice to name people based on the meanings of certain words in most African cultures. For example Mailafia is […]