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End of Season Review

Success of the previously maligned It’s often said that the devil you know is better than the angel you don’t…

Custodian Editorial: Redefining Feminism

By Oluwamiseun White I have frequently been asked “What is feminism?” The word appears to connote more negativity than positivity…

THROWBACK THURSDAY: CHINUA ACHEBE

      Born on the 16th of November 1930, Albert Chinualumogu Achebe was a Nigerian novelist, poet, professor and…

Custodian Fitness- Shoulder Workout

This is a sample shoulder routine from Craig and I’s shoulder session! We do a rotator cuff warm up in…

Why England struggle at Football and other observations from Simon Kuper

I’m not sure of the moment I realized I wanted to be a Writer but I’m cognizant of the people…

End of Season Review: Team of the Season

David de Gea: This has been a good season for Premier League keepers. Joe Hart had a bad run in…

Flirtation, Climate and Alcohol: Part 2

In Part 1 of this series, I analyzed the social behaviour in Europe and made a link to weather and…

THROWBACK THURSDAY: FELA ANIKULAPO KUTI

Fela Kuti (born October 15, 1938 – August 2, 1997) as a Nigerian multi-instrumentalist musician and composer, pioneer of Afrobeat…

QUESTIONS FOR EVERY NIGERIAN BY OSI ASIKA

How stupid we are! We keep scratching at the scab of our civil war. A war that could have, should…

Emotional Slavery

I have a friend who may be the most beautiful person I know. So much I feel slightly uncomfortable talking…

THROWBACK THURSDAY: ALHAJI AHMADU BELLO

  Al-Haji Sir Ahmadu Bello (June 12, 1910 – January 15, 1966) was a great Nigerian politician. He was an…

The Curious Case of Wale

By Shafik Mahama On a hot summer day in 2010, I took the Tube from Winchmore hill to Hyde Park…

CUSTODIAN READING LIST

This story of how a woman recovered from her divorce, got into online dating and discovered Love and herself is…

THROWBACK THURSDAY: KEN SARO-WIWA

Ken Saro-Wiwa, born Kenule Benson Tsaro-Wiwa on the 10th of October 1941, the eldest son of a prominent family in Ogoni,…

CUSTODIAN REVIEW: Half of a Yellow Sun

After what felt like years Half of a Yellow Sun finally premiered in the UK last night (available in cinemas…