The War Against Police Brutality in Nigeria

Imagine you’re planning on heading outside to go hang out with your friends. You wear nice clothes, carry your iPhone and step into your car and drive off. Suddenly, you’re stopped on the road by SARS officers. Before you know it, you’re accused…


The broken pieces of glass shined brightly as the rays of powerful sun bounced off it. The sound of waves gently kissing the shore filled the air, while hot sand cooked under the sun. I groaned and blinked opened my eyes. It had been…one? Two days? I couldn’t tell. No…


It is needless to say that journalism is a necessity to every nation, as it, in a way, helps run governments. The dispensing of information to the general public for daily consumption proves journalism is essential anywhere in the world.

Journalism is particularly essential in Nigeria, the most populous country…


It is well known that the Nigerian military is more than often used as a weapon against innocent civilians. Those in power feel free to use the military whenever and however they please, and it unfortunately tends to end in the loss of innocent lives. …


Who is a Nigerian? Well, this may be a difficult question to answer as there are over 250 tribes in the nation of Nigeria. …


One may wonder why Nigeria is in the failed state that it’s in today. Typically, to find your answer, you’d look at the government. But the government is not only to blame for the appalling state the nation is in today. …

Tobi Ajakaiye

Writer, Aspiring Investigative Journalist | “You can always edit a bad page. You can’t edit a blank page.” ― Jodi Picoult

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