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It's simply preposterous how some people think Nigerians think - except I'm wrong about Nigerians

Cooking for him entitles you to show your love in another very important way: checking his phone

You don't just give up on anyone because of their shortcomings, you embrace them make your point made

Although the digital revolution has contributed positively to Nigeria, it is also exposing a previously unnoticed aspect of the Nigerian society where the abuse of digital technology appears to have taken another dimension

The rowdy style of campaigning that provides sufficient room for ambiguity; vague and outright unrealistic promises have become outdated

If the President does not even acknowledge what happened at the start of this year, then the possibility of learning lessons from it are slim to none

The Nigerian has had to be strong to withstand the torrent of abuse on Twitter

Africa has ceased to be that Dark Continent stereotyped by naked native men as seen in The Gods Must be crazy

The fact that so many of such child traffickers get arrested frequently has not deterred others from trying

I run into a curb at one of the points where the road bends suddenly. Instinctively I step on the brakes. It is too late

After the dismal showing in London, not one official has been sacked or offered to resign

The former governor of Lagos asked that the Senate be scrapped. Does he mean it? Or is he playing politics with us as usual?

I am no economist, but our economy defies all known economic theories

Sadly, the largest number of the Nigerian population exists at the level of basic physiological needs

From the way the wind is blowing, America does not want democracy in the Middle East

Don’t get bored, you’re probably wondering whether the convention is going to solve the PHCN problem or whether it’s going to cause the price of Agege bread to return to normal

A powerful person is he who controls himself when angry’ – so, why would I wrestle and kill because some lunatic who wants me to do just that has made a sick movie

Fanaticism also comes with insecurity; this overwhelming desire to defend our professed faith from any insult

A reader Laz Ude Eze felt very strongly about Sylva's column last week and wrote a response to it

This was Benin City, a town that has become saturated with criminality rubber-stamped by self-centred 'big-shots' who need violent zombies to promote their ventures

When a customer complains about how expensive the spare parts are, tell them, if they like they can go buy it themselves

We are still a long way from seeing the disabled with eyes that see their inherent value as human

States are not departments in the office of the Presidency

How would you attempt to curtail a bottom-level appeal of its misguided heavenly promise?