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The Girl Child & Sex Education

By – Andrew Mejire Etoh Hello Efikos, I happened to participate in a new focus group where people share their problems and get advice and counsel from other members who might have had similar experiences. Issues discussed and treated in this focus group are issues specifically akin to women; issues …

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Life Of A Teacher

By – Blessing Ijama Lily had always dreamt of becoming one thing in life. Her passion for her dreams had pushed her to weather all storms that came  her way. She has been more dogged in pursuing this dream, today her dream would be fulfilled. She couldn’t sleep all through …

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Do’s & Dont’s Of A Diva

By – Pleasure Chizoba Well let’s get started. The first time I heard the word “diva”, I was so curious to find out the true definition of the word diva.  I mean really!  The Merriam -Webster’s  dictionary defines the word ‘ diva (prima Donna) as a usually glamorous and successful …

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One Day You Will Wake Up Old

By – Linda Ibeh Do you ever look at your parents and go “Lordt that’s how I’m gonna look when I’m old”? I do that. My aunt and all her sisters have the same signature “look at me, I’m getting old” look. Most times when I look at them, I …

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The Things We Feed

By – Crystal Chinonye Nature is beautiful, the trees from which we produce foods, drugs and fresh breath, we grow such that without our efforts in growing them, we’d not earn the benefits that comes from it. I look at this beautiful garden and wonder how much effort the owner …

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When You Are A Vitiligo Ignoramus

  By Okoye Chinenye Just in case you are wondering, THESE ARE NOT BURNS. For me, anyone walking around with whitish patch skin discolorations was either fire victims or had contact with hot water which by the way, I  had first-hand experienced. *shudders* but that is a story for another …

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Myefiko Is ONE! The Journey So Far…

This time last year was the birth of which was developed from the need to make education very involving, innovative, and fun. We wanted to dispel the traditional view of ‘boring’ education and to build a global education community and that we have been doing. Our goal is to …

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My Menu; Chicken Curry Sauce

By – Pleasure Chizoba Chicken Curry Sauce is one of the easiest sauces to prepare and is gradually becoming my go-to sauce to eat with rice. This is a sauce I never get tired of making because it can be ready in a jiffy. It usually leaves the whole house …

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Unhealthy Habits

By – Blessing Ijama Last week a friend of mine shared with me how she was saved from a ghastly motor accident. My friend and her colleague at work decided to go clubbing  after work on Friday. They were so into the partying that they eventually got drunk. Going home …

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By – Lois Peters Fashion: show me your looks/dressing and I’ll tell you who you are… Fashion is not just about the clothes you put on, but it is about the way you dress based on an ideology and a sense of identity! I’ve had so many encounters with people …

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Diserted wards in the hospitals

Things You Need to Know About HIV/AIDS

By – Andrew Mejire Etoh During a National Youth Corp orientation exercise, I in company of a team of HIV counselor testers and programme officers embarked on an outreach to the NYSC camp to sensitize the new corp members on HIV/AIDS and offer free HIV counseling and testing services. So …

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