Creatives, Stories 11/07/2020 by Akaafele

Johnstone Terkuma Kpilaakaa

Johnstone Terkuma Kpilaakaa is passionate about improving individuals and communities through the use of EdTech, Digital Tools and the Media to boost quality education, employability and personal & community development. He hails from Mbayion-Mbakya in Gboko local government area of Benue State. Johnstone had his junior and senior post-primary education at Kings Comprehensive College, Mkar and Federal Government College, Vandeikya […]

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Artiste, Stories 8/07/2020 by Akaafele

Joy Iorvihi Is A Versatile Artist

Her works take a critical view on social, political and cultural issues, often referencing traditional African history and culture as a source of inspiration and debate. Joy is particularly interested in using art as a way to restore our connection to our diminishing culture which we are fast leaving behind. She feels there is a sense of urgency for contemporary […]

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Leadership, Stories 28/06/2020 by Akaafele

Tyough Yohanna Beetseh

Tyough Yohanna Beetseh (or TY as he is fondly called) was born in the city of Makurdi, the capital of Benue State, North Central Nigeria. TY is an astute, versatile and prolific personality with a rich and impressive profile and personal pedigree. Amongst other things, TY is an Entrepreneur, Senior Management Consultant and a notable Philanthropist, considered to be one […]

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Leadership, Stories 15/06/2020 by Akaafele

Ukeyima Tersoo Stephen Craig

Ukeyima Tersoo Stephen Craig is a passionate, result-oriented and goal-driven individual. Academic career Mr Ukeyima is a graduate of Agricultural and Environmental Engineering, from the University of Agriculture, Makurdi, now JS Tarka University. He holds a B.ENG. degree with majors in waste management/crop processing and storage(2006). He has competences in Energy Engineering and Post Harvest Technologies. He has designed and […]

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Social Justice, Stories 11/06/2020 by Chekwa, Raphael Msughter

Man’s Inhumanity To Man!

The first time I saw a human skeleton other than in the books was in the Biology Laboratory of our school, which I even later found out that it was made of plastic; it did not feel scary anymore. I studied and knew how to draw and label it off hand; I made a lot of coins from my school […]

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Inspirational, Stories 11/06/2020 by Ngunan Ioron Aloho

Are You Holding Yourself Accountable?

When certain services are made free, a lot of people don’t value them – this I have experienced first hand. For the past week or two. I have been on the road – juggling tasks and holding virtual sessions from our Arte- Vision closure to handling support for our past clients. In all the time I devote time to give […]

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Social Justice, Stories 4/06/2020 by Love Dooshima Gema

Who Did It To You?

Growing up with my parents was a wonderful experience. My mum being a nurse and my dad an evangelist. We had maids live with us all through my primary school days because my dad was almost always away for a crusade, I could see him once or twice a week, my mum was always on shifts and came back exhausted. […]

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Leadership, Stories 2/06/2020 by Terkura Unongo

“God Dey”, Our Solution In Nigeria

It really breaks my heart, we in the homeland have a duty to be a strong base, to take care of the children of this continent wherever they are in the world To even offer them the alternative of coming home if it gets too much for them in a place where they are not accepted even though they built […]

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Social Justice, Stories 2/06/2020 by Bernice Ismaila

The Only Cause Of Rape Is The Rapist

These past few days have been the most disheartening and traumatising few days in 2020 and I’m sure many people can relate to this. I have woken up to different hashtags for justice every single day for the past three days and I just want to know when we are going to say enough is enough and hold everyone that needs […]

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