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Health & Hope

By – Jamylah Yusuf If only God will grant me the use of my hands once again. Even if my legs do not walk anymore. I will still be able to do the essential things like feed and wash myself; He lamented sadly. Maybe we should take a break from …

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By – Pleasure Chizoba Attitude is a learned behavior created by our beliefs which are produced by our thoughts. Attitude determines everything. Attitude is 100% in our lives. No matter how much intellectual ability you have, if you dont have the right attitude, your ability doesnt mean anything. When you …

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Keep Fit; Take Care

By – Linda Ibeh Monday this week was one of the saddest days of my life. I had taken my aunt to the hospital when we met a small crowd of crying nurses. One of their colleagues was brought in dead and from the conversations, I gathered she was about …

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Oribim The Series; Part 2

By – Richard Dappa I got into the room and she went into the bathroom to continue from where she stopped. I started pacing through thoughts, why oga sister no stay for guest room? Wetin make she dey baf for oga bathroom? This kin sister sef eh I no understand …

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Multitasking; Good Or Bad?

By – Joyce Paulsen If you check the CVs that are submitted to organizations, almost every job applicant claims to have the ability to multitask. Multi-tasking has become a sought after skill by most employers of labor and this is mostly hinged on the thought that they want to effectively …

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For The Love Of Money

By – Andrew Mejire Etoh We see them around, looking all hip and stuff, p-cap backwards, piercing ears and sagging trousers, sometimes wearing dreads, they trend on social media, we praise them in our inner circles, we envy their very self, the who they have come to be. We see …

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Before You Profess Your Love

By – Crystal Chinonye I met him barely a month after I left my last relationship. He was so good that all I ever thought of was to be with him. We met for the first time at a restaurant and I wanted just more than friendship, I felt he …

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The Sex Education Debate

To some, sex education is ideal for teenagers. Others think it is immoral. Although, some parents are worried about the way it is taught in schools, teachers feel it will guide children whose early exposure to technology makes them vulnerable, report ADEGUNLE OLUGBAMILA, STELLA EDMUND, JANE CHIJIOKE and AJOSE SEHINDEMI. …

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Enugu Awards N30m Scholarships To 300 Students

The Enugu State Government has approved the award of N30 million scholarship to 300 students for the 2017/2018 academic session. The State Commissioner for Information, Dr Godwin Udeuhele, told newsmen on Friday in Enugu that the beneficiaries were drawn from the three senatorial districts of the state. Briefing newsmen on …

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Don’t Be Stagnant

By – Jamylah Yusuf Everyday should have a new story of you. Yes everyday!. Do something you didn’t do yesterday today, or something you did yesterday in a better way. Common! Its a duty you owe yourself, you cant remain stagnant, you cant be in the same spot everyday. No, …

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Show Me Your Friend

By – Kayode Ipadeola No matter how tough or lengthy you pray, if you intentionally jump from a 5 storey building, you will not float. The best thing that can happen to you is that you would have successfully booked a very quick appointment to heaven or wherever the dead …

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Why We Need Improved Literacy For Adults

Wife of the Governor of Benue State, Dr Eunice Erdoo Ortom, has promised to partner with the Benue State Agency for Adult and Non-Formal Education (ANFEA), towards ensuring literacy for adults in the state. Dr Ortom, who stated this during a courtesy call on her by the agency at the …

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Don: Africa Needs More Researchers on Peacebuilding

Prof Cyril Obi is the Project Director, African Peacebuilding Network (APN) of the Social Science Research Council (SSRC), New York. At a workshop held at the Federal University, Oye Ekiti (FUOYE), last week, Obi shares the vision of the organisation and the rationale behind the workshop with ODUNAYO OGUNMOLA. Excerpts: …

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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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