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Finance Management Tips for Students

By – Andrew Mejire Etoh Its no longer news our economy has taken quite a number of hits, and Nigerians have had to endure the unstable and ever increasing price of goods and services, I thought about how it was when a pack of indomie superpack cost fifty naira or …

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Financial Prudence

By – Odey Emmanuel A herculean task I must admit, to shut down your loose urge for frivolities and uphold the spirit of maturity and wise spending. This is not a thing of strength or craft or skill, it is a complete show of the matured mind to subject oneself …

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Chapter Twenty Four

By – Jennifer Ifeoma Ugboh When I was a little girl I always looked to 24 as the year. For me, there is so much significance to this number particularly when counting in terms of age. I have no idea why I thought 24 would be significant I just knew …

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Diagnose Before You Prescribe

By – Pleasure Chizoba Diagnose before you prescribe is a correct principle manifest in many areas of life. It’s the mark of all true professionals. It’s critical for the physician. You wouldn’t have any confidence in a doctor’s prescription unless you had confidence in the diagnosis. This principle is also …

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How To Gain Popularity

By – Crystal Chinonye We all strive to be known, no matter how much we try to deny that. I would love to be popular and I wont deny that. But then, we are scared of some things, of doing those things that will make us popular, of flowing with …

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Educationists condemn 120 Post-UTME cut-off mark

It would laziness, indolence Two educationists in the Federal Capital Territory have condemned the recent reduction in the post-UTME cut off mark for entry into the countrys educational institutions. The Joint Admission and Matriculations Board (JAMB) had recently reduced the post-Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) scores to 120 from 180. …

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A Recipe For Disaster

By – Kayode Ipadeola I look at relationships this days and all I can do is shake my head.. Ladies have been a key contributor to sudden ending of an affair. They have been the thief robbing themselves of happiness in a relationship and their own cause of constant heartbreak …

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Award Shows

By – Richard Dappa For a second lets talk about award shows, I want us to think about it for a second, why pick people who have been outstanding in a field and call all but one a loser. It’s funny as I am not the only one publicly complaining …

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Free-up Your Mental Space

By – Uchechi Iroakazi Above all things, guard your heart. For out of it flows forth the issues of life. The bible Your mind is like a garden. Whatever you plant in it, grows and yield fruits. If you want yummy fruits, then you might want to consider the quality …

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Where There Is A Will; There Is A Way

By – Odey Emmanuel Determination is the vehicle that drives people to destinations their feet would not take them. It is the architect that builds houses on water. A heart that seems eager to fly when everyone wants to crawl. It is the heart that sees success when every one …

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Whats The Gain?

By – Joyce Paulsen Early hours of this morning, we were awoken by the cry of one of our room mates who have been sick. She was vomiting and was in serious pain. Oh goodness, it was pretty difficult to keep awake especially because of the stress I had gone …

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Instincts: Your Natural Armour

By – Linda Ibeh I made series of logical decisions this past weekend that turned out to be wrong. I had the right answers the second I had to make a decision but after careful considerations, I decided that the other decision was a better, safer option and then I …

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Of Second Chances & Reformation

By – Jamylah Yusuf A lot of times I wonder what people who are now referred to as criminals looked like when they were babies. I am talking about the hardened criminals. The ones who have murdered people, the rapists, the kidnappers, the terrorists. Were they once some tiny helpless …

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