Idris Ahmad writes about a horrifying experience he had, outside his home, in the middle of the night that sent fears down his spines…
Umar Sani Abdullahi tells a story of Adigun, an orphan, who grew from grass to grace just by being truthful in his line of trade.
An orphan survived the cruelty of his uncles and the hardships of society to become a respected leader by living with the principle of forgive and forget. Bashir Mustapha Ahmad narrates…
Cultism in Nigeria which started as an advocacy for positive change has taken a sharp u-turn from its ideals, quickly becoming an eye-sore to the society. Shu’aibu Amina Danjuma writes on how to unravel it
Police in Indian films of 1990s are notorious for abating crime and cowardice. Nigerian Police seems to be the real world copy of the 20th century films.
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Usman Adam, one of the renowned producers and directors of Kannywood narrates the joys and challenges film making in the ancient city of Kano.
He also went down memory lane to recall how he and a group of friends, including star actor Ali Nuhu, came up with the idea of joining
Cattle rustling has spread across many northern states of Nigeria, leaving in its wakes, marks that portend that a new 'Boko Haram' is in the making.