The New York State Department of Health today announced the observance of National Nurses Week, May 6-12, 2022. Additionally, Governor Kathy Hochul has issued a proclamation honoring New York’s nurses for their dedication to patient care. The Empire State has more than 350,000 nurses working as registered professional nurses, licensedContinue Reading

Alaafin Adeyemi III was born Lamidi Olayiwola Atanda Adeyemi on October 15, 1938 into the Alowolodu Royal House, and as a member of the House of Oranmiyan to Raji Adeniran Adeyemi (born 1871), who later became Alaafin in 1945, and Ibironke of Epo-Gingin, who died when he was young. HisContinue Reading

My Nigerian Great Grandfather, NWAUBANI ERASMUS OGOGO ORIAKU Greatest Slave Trader in Bite of Niger Delta-ADAOBI Tricia Nwaubani, poet …gained power and wealth by selling African men, women and children across the Atlantic, carried slave-trading license from the Royal Niger Company in southern Nigeria *Agents of my great grand fatherContinue Reading