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A Peek Into Julys To-Do List

By – Andrew Mejire Etoh So, I cant begin to describe how these past months have been like for me, but generally, I can say I have been blessed. Theres been quite a colourful variety of moments; the highs, exciting, the dull, the mundane, those incredibly low moments where you …

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6 Must-do Things As A Young Bachelor

By – Martins Akodo Being a bachelor requires only one thing and that is to be a man. However, every man somehow cannot avoid this stage of life as it is a rite of passage except of course those that have chosen a life of celibacy; many people have different …

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I Really Don’t Feel Like…

By – Joyce Paulsen That was the feeling I woke up with today. I really did not feel like doing anything at all. I did not feel like exercising, I did not feel like going to work, I did not feel going for my NYSC clearance, I did not feel …

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Doing Things Differently

by – Pleasure Chizoba WHAT TO DO DIFFERENTLY Hello! I’m really excited and grateful to be in the second quarter of the year plus it’s my birth month. It’s necessary we look back and take stock of our lives. Make a honest review of yourself. What have you achieved so …

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Verse 7 Chapter 12

By – Ibeh Linda No pressure! In the first verse of this 12 chapters, as it has always been and perhaps, will always be, we gave ourselves rules and regulations about how we wanted to act, what to achieve, how to make your life better, how your personality should improve, …

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Tomorrow Starts Today

By – Suleiman Murkthar Its all today, the most anticipated day. Today; the day we waited for the since the day we first made that tiny cry, since the day we could tell black from white and right from wrong, the day we longed for. I stood outside my house, …

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Oribim The Series; Part 1

By – Richard Dappa As he was about leaving for work that morning, he called me. I answered, walking into his chambers, he then began allocating chores to everyone which had to be completed before his return. James was assigned kitchen duties which gladdened my soul because James was the …

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So What Next?

By – Crystal Chinonye The first half of the year is gone, so what next? How were you able to accomplish the things that you desired? How far did you go with your goals? To what extent have you been able to push that dreams of yours? Can you still …

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Lagos Living: Rage vs Joy

By – Jennifer Ifeoma Ugboh Hey people happy new month, welcome to the second quarter of the year. How are the New Year resolutions coming along? How much progress have you made with your 2017 checklists, to-do lists, goal tracking and vision board? Done okay? Not as much as youd …

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JAMB Speaks On July 1 Supplementary UTME

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has described its supplementary Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) held across 170 centres nationwide as satisfactory. The boards Head of Media and Information, Dr Fabian Benjamin, made the remark in an interview with the News agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos on Saturday. …

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How To Solve The Global Education Crisis

Today, 263 million of the worlds children are out of school. Education is particularly effective at ending the poverty cycle;$1.2 trillion is spent globally on education but it isnt spent effectively. Most people dont realise there is a global education crisis. But on current trends, over half the worlds children, …

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