My New Ynaija Article: Why ranting may be stopping the mental change we need

I’m a firm believer that how we pass information across is more important than the information we’re passing across. The former, I believe, is partly responsible for the brick walls that debates on social issues keep hitting. Whenever the issue is rape, sexual assault, Kemen, feminism or even Biafra, people understandably get angry. The anger comes from a place that says these are very important … Continue reading My New Ynaija Article: Why ranting may be stopping the mental change we need

My New Ventures Africa Article: Biafra, The pesky issue that won’t go away

When a vital part of history is removed from the national conversation, it leaves a lot of room for speculation and because the actual problems will never be addressed, they will keep recurring. This is the story of Nigeria and Biafra. History teaches us that when an idea like Biafra refuses to die, it will take one person to bring it to life at the … Continue reading My New Ventures Africa Article: Biafra, The pesky issue that won’t go away

The Ugo Archives: The Aba Women’s Riot

  The Aba Women’s Riot is a revolt that started in Oloko, Current day Abia state in the November of 1929. It spread throughout the entire colonial eastern region and became the biggest single rebellion that British colonialists had faced in Africa at the time and to make matters worse it was entirely a women affair. The riot was a while in the making and … Continue reading The Ugo Archives: The Aba Women’s Riot