Wednesday, May 12, 2021
With each new week, the internet gives us a new reason to talk, to be privy to recent developments, and most importantly to share our point of view on these developments. Whether it be a snarky jab at the...
by ÌyanuOlúwa Fágbiyè T. The word 'human' vividly, reminds me of someone who called me "the only human" (he probably said it on a lighter note) but it instilled something strong in me. He might not have seen it the...
In January 2017, I began to run the Sexuality Blog on YNaija. The premise was simple: YNaija was pivoting towards a vertical model that created content silos based on the major topics that young people seemed concerned with at...
Emeka Joseph Nwankwo is a writer and digital media professional from Nigeria. He served as the communications manager (Africa) for Cassava Republic Press and is currently working on his PhD research. His writing has appeared on platforms like Popula,...
Logan February Hey Romeo! Thank you for agreeing to do this, and thank you for taking the time. I really appreciate that. So, how's it going in Iowa, being quarantined and all?   Romeo Oriogun (Laughs) Lots of reading. I think lots of...
(The following is an excerpt from a Zoom conversation between Nigerian poets, Oriogun and February, from Iowa, USA, and Lagos, Nigeria, respectively. Read the full transcript here.) Logan February Okay. I want to start with a question of beauty. Beauty is...
by Toluwanimi Onakoya Coronavirus killed more than 5,000 people worldwide on Wednesday. Footage of police in America racially profiling and killing a black man went viral on Wednesday. Nigeria recorded her highest number of new COVID 19 cases so far on...