African Democracy: Elections Despite Divisions

Hopes were running high for Liberia’s second presidential elections since the end of its brutal civil war. The first round of polling appeared credible. And with former warlord and current senator Prince Johnson’s endorsement, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Africa’s first female head of state, was likely to win the run-off in November in what has […]

Thyroid Gland Disorders

The thyroid is a small gland, measuring about 2 inches (5 centimeters) across, that lies just under the skin below the Adam’s apple in the neck. The two halves (lobes) of the bland are connected in the middle (called the isthmus), giving the thyroid gland the shape of a bow tie. Normally, the thyroid gland […]

President Barrow’s Tactical Appointments And The Sacking Ofl UDP Spokesperson Almamy Faal From The OIC Secretariat

President Adama Barrow is strategically playing ping pong by bringing in back the man he dismissed as Interior Minister without spilling the beans as to why he sacked him. Mai Ahmad Fatty is back in business; this time as a “SPECIAL ADVISER” to the President. Mai Fatty was relieved from his position effective  Friday, 10 […]

Moving Forward With The Times

As we wish our readership a happy New year, our goal continues to inform you of events as they happen in our country as they affect our lives and aspirations.  2018 has not in any way done a lot to help the common man in the streets. The Price of commodities such as rice has […]

Declaring Yourself As “Yoruba King in Diaspora” Is A Dubious Act

If someone declared him or herself as “Yoruba King in the Diaspora” without passing through any Yoruba traditional lines, heritage or no approval from any Councilor of Yoruba King in Nigeria is tantamount to dubious act. This was revealed by Mr. Akinrogun Victor Adewale a Yoruba man from Nigeria during an exclusive interviewed with our […]