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The Wind Of Gratitude And Yuletide


By – Emmanuel Odey The drums are rolling out and the music is in the air. The trees and the grasses seem to be utterly conscious of what is upon them. The way they are swaying to the rhythm of the wind is somewhat unusual. Something seems to be happening …

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Between Homes & Cultures


By – Suleiman Murkthar Lagos, the city of many opportunities. I will tell about Lagos; in Okota police barracks where I lived, we werent really much of a big people, we werent know for the size of the place just five blocks of 24 flats each block. I will tell …

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Wealth Is A Lie


BY – Kayode Ipadeola Sometimes I wonder why some things are the way they are.. Why some must struggle while others live in greatness. Is this really fair? Its definitely not fair, just that people fail to know that; The rich are no different from the poor and the haves …

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The Advice My Father Gave Me

Happy Father and Son Outdoors --- Image by © Robert Michael/Corbis

By – Peters Lois Its only a fool that keeps doing the same thing and expects a different result. As a growing up girl, I was closer to my dad than my mom. My mom was the typical Margaret Thatcher. The house was always hot whenever she was around; no …

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Holiday Mood


By – Jamylah Yusuf Hello everyone. Its just a few days till we are officially in the holiday mood of December. Since we are about going into the holiday mood when a lot of marriages happen, i would love to talk about LOVE. yes! , lets talk about love (singing …

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On Mordern Day Slavery; How Did We Get Here?


By – Jennifer Ifeoma Ugboh I have been in a state of depression since last night; I couldnt sleep after watching the footage of Africans being auctioned off as slaves in Libya. I scoured the internet, going through post after post, video after video and seeing the untold hardship that …

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Kleptomania In Children


By – Andrew Mejire Etoh So during a visit to an old friend over the weekend, our conversation got interrupted by a sudden ruckus outside so we went out to see. From what I could quickly surmise, a 15 year old boy had been arrested by the local community vigilante …

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Entrepreneurship; The Life-wire Of Any Society

Research Key

By – Odey Emmanuel I am a graduate from the university, polytechnic, college of education etcetera. And I have searched for jobs from the start of the earths foundations to the end of the earths end point yet with all my qualifications, readiness, desires and nous to work, I am …

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