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Shadows

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By – Kayode Ipadeola Do you know of anyone who doesn’t have a shadow? (Five fingers up) I do. I do know of about 1.5 billion people who owns no shadow. I would gladly mention few of them along the lines but wouldn’t reveal their names for security reasons. Of …

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Eat Your Way To Good Health

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By – Jennifer Ifeoma Ugboh Ive been feeling so betrayed by my body lately. So heres the gist; since last month, Ive been having on and off symptoms of malaria (or whatever disease ails me). I have not had a proper test done, but I have been consistently plagued by …

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Disciplining A Toddler

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By – Pleasure Chizoba Discipline in my opinion is simply a daily compulsory practice. Ask any parent, at some point they must have felt complete and utter love for their toddler and at the same time, frustration and anger. We do have little ones around usa niece or nephew or …

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Need to Know Facts About Monkey Pox

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By – Andrew Mejire Etoh Hey lovely readers, I cant begin to describe my previous week or the wacky weekend I had; (I dont know though, it seems crazy is the new black these days) and now, my mind seems to be doing the one corner dance more often. So …

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Who We Are

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By – Odey Emmanuel Who we are is a reflection of what we write. Our writings are a reflection of us. There are the mirror of what and who we truly are. Our writings are a sort of shadow and an imprint that speaks for us when our presence is …

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Lifes Scale Of Preference

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By – Jamylah Yusuf There is too many talk on how to be productive and achieve maximum output for one’s input be it in school or at work. Ability to multitask efficiently, meet dead lines exceptionally and live a busy work life or school life generally are celebrated qualities. Of …

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Relationship Tips For Brides-to-be

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By – Joyce Paulsen Alrightits almost count down to my BIG day and with each passing day, I have come to learn and appreciate a lot about relationships, especially with the male folks. My relationship have gone through varied experiences: inspiring, challenging, adventurous and lots more. There were days I …

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Balancing The Precariousness Of Our The Country

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By – Suleiman Murkthar Growth they say is the only irreversible change, the one thing that keeps going on and never drops, sometimes it falters but its keeps climbing anyways, it keeps moving, persistent like the moving train, and it sickening to note that our growth is creeping rather than …

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Be Yourself

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By – Richard Dappa It was about 6pm and Jide knew she would be passing through the square soon, so he wore a shirt and he was off. He got there by 6:30 and sat in the middle of the square. About 10 minutes later, a group of fair maidens …

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Planning Through School

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By – Kayode Ipadeola On a dig deep down ambition lane.I’ve come to realize that thorough planning and cheer consistency is the key towards fulfilling a balanced school life. During my school days, the mistake most of my mates and I made was as a result of an uncivil thinking. …

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