With over 5 years of broadcast journalism experience, Eshokeme Oludare James shoots, edits and documents history, showcasing Africa to the world. Leveraging on his quest to providing answers to society’s problems, Eshokeme Oludare James prioritizes community based journalism pitching one story a time. Eshokeme Oludare James is a journalist based in Lagos, Nigeria.
In Lagos, the commercial centre of Africa’s most populous nation, young people are developing interest in Animation.
Nigerian environmentalists and climate enthusiasts have called for more action to save the planet. The call was made in commemoration of Earth Day, a day set aside to create awareness of the need to protect the planet, fight climate change and make the...
Sunday June 5, 2022 is a day residents of Owo, Ondo State southwest Nigeria will never forget...
**Lagos, Nigeria's commercial hub has many challenges like the traffic grid lock, infrastructure, waste Management among others. **
Africa’s most populous country Nigeria has withdrawn 200-, 500- and 1000-naira notes from circulation following the redesign of the Nigerian currency. On 26 October, 2022, Nigeria's Apex bank the central bank of Nigeria CBN announced the introduction of..
The 2020 Endsars protest saw thousands of Nigerian youths storm the street to protest against police brutality and extrajudicial killings.
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) says as of December 2022, the number of active mobile subscribers in the country reached 222.571 million, while internet subscribers exceeded 154.8m. Another study by the Centre for Democracy and Development...
More traditional art works display and exhibitions are moving onto the digital space where many artists are able to sell their work to art collectors on the non-fungible tokens (NFTs) Market.
Omicron variant: nigerians react to removal of country from UKk red list
concerned women hold a protest to express their grief over the death of a former student, late Sylvester Oromoni who lost his life after allegedly being bullied by senior students of the school.
The death of a 12-year-old schoolboy, in Lagos Nigeria's commercial capital city. Sylvester Oromoni Junior, a Junior secondary school Two students of Dowen College, Lagos southwest Nigeria who died under controversial circumstances.