Ogbaukwu Cave: When Nature goes to Play with Herself

By James Eze Herself The steady hum of waterfall welcomes us. We are in a small clearing that looks like an anteroom carved out of a wall of rock. You feel as though you are in and outdoors at the same time. Overhead, sunrays pierce through a floral roof and splash a thousand splintered sparkles on the floor before us. […]

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African Entertainment: Klint Da Drunk doesn’t drink at all

His stagger is uncharacteristic of a gentleman. He manages to get on the stage nevertheless and the audience thunders in applause for him. Dressed in a white shirt revealing his slightly chiseled chest and trousers that only reach his ankles, he staggers further as he tucks his hands between the suspenders that hold his trousers to his shirt. With a […]

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African City: Onitsha most polluted city in the world — WHO

The World Health Organisation has named Onitsha in Anambra State as the most polluted city in the world. WHO, in its latest report on Global Urban Ambient Air Pollution, stated that a study of Onitsha’s water pollution found more than 100 petrol stations in the city, selling low-quality fuel, many rubbish dumps, fuel spills along with high levels of arsenic, […]

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Biafra: Nigerian Army killed 17 unarmed youths – Amnesty International

Amnesty International, the global human rights group, has claimed the Nigerian military shot dead unarmed civilians before a march to mark the anniversary of the 1967 Biafran declaration of independence. Police have said at least 10 people were killed — five in the town of Onitsha, Anambra state, and five in Asaba, in neighbouring Delta state — in violence linked […]

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