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Pregnancy; The Experience

By – Andrew Mejire Etoh Many young couples have had to go through the trauma of spending years without a child, so you can understand how relieved I was when I missed my period and confirmed I was three weeks pregnant. This is especially because my mother in law from …

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Why Playing Games Makes You Smarter

By – Peace Popoola Remember all the hours spent as a kid in front of video games with your parents yelling at you to go and do your assignment? Or them marching right in front of you and turning off your Grand Theft Auto game? I feel your pain. And …

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Editor’s Pick: News Summary From Last Week ….

This Week On Myefiko, Delta State Government is set to commence the Home Grown School Feeding Programme, HGSFP, for primary school pupils in the state in January 2017. The lecturer at the Department of Languages and Linguistics of the Osun State University (UNIOSUN), Dr Olabode Ojoniyi, who was caught on …

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What Life Really Means

By – Jennifer Ifeoma Ugboh DISCLAIMER: This post is in no way a rant post, it is merely the ramblings of an over thinker (which is me by the way) who tends to think deeply like a philosopher (even though she’s not) and sometimes spiral out of control in her …

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That Gut Feeling

By – Precious Chinoye Obi It was a hot afternoon, the heat radiating from the environment soon created an atmosphere of an oven. I couldn’t bear the restlessness as I sought comfort from lying on my bed, till I eventually slept off. I hadn’t slept deep, when I heard my …

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My First Crush

By – Andrew Mejire Etoh February 20 2014 is a date etched in my memory. It is the day I met, first saw Amarachi. We were preparing for our SSCE examinations so I enrolled in a popular extra moral learning center to take classes in some selected subjects. The truth …

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If God Wrote You A Letter

By – Lois Peters I was in what most people might refer to as a sordid place. I had gone through what I believed nobody had ever gone through. I felt I had seen it all, experienced it all. Nothing could be more excruciating as the pain I felt when …

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The Perfect Man Conundrum

By – Linda Ibeh Word of the day: Sapiosexual; sexually attracted to intelligence or the human mind Featuring: Yours truly and Fab. She may or may not read this, she may or may not be pissed after reading this but… So I have this fine girl friend who is everything …

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The Real Deal

By – Crystal Chinonye I have finally come to realise that there are no secrets to success, there are just habits and those habits are what I call the real deal. Few years back, I was stuck, I watched people go about their daily activities, happy and fulfilled at what …

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How To Overcome The Desert Experience

By – Blessing Ijama The heat in the room was enough to cook noodles, I decided to go sit outside before I begin to smell like boiled meat. As I carried my easy chair outside my neighbor Jide was also coming out too. Jide my crazy neighbor likes talking, this …

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Legalize Your Passion

By – Joyce Paulsen I know y’all are very passionate people. You have that gnawing desire to do something or impact a particular sector of the society. I have come across a lot of very passionate people doing big stuff and they really inspire me. Nna eh, my passion almost …

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Chapter 11 Of Chapter 12; Party Hard But Party Smart

By – Jennifer Ifeoma Ugboh Happy new month lovelies, whoop whoop its NOVEMBEEERRRRR, hurray. Ya’ll know what that means yea? End of the year groove has officially begun; Christmas is slowly but surely creeping in (even though I haven’t found my Christmas spirit yet), the countdown has started, the invites …

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Editor’s Pick: Week 40

The Lagos State University (LASU) directed successful candidates in the first round of its 2016/2017 admission screening to pay a non-refundable acceptance fee of N10,000. ‎ Read Also: LASU Increases Acceptance Fee, New Students To Pay 10,000 Subsequent to the violent protest by Oyo state secondary school students, the government …

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