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Deadlines or Lifelines

By – Jamylah Yusuf There is no truer statement than ‘procrastination is the easiest route to failure’. This statement is one of those statements that would hardly be contested by anyone who has ever fallen victim to procrastination. I was a victim, i am probably still one, but i hope …

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Sharpening Your Mind

By – Pleasure Chizoba We live in a digital world where there’s always a modification to what we’ve known hence, the need to sharpen our mind. It is crucial that we try to maintain a sharp mind so that we can effectively solve complex problems, maintain optimism in the midst …

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What To Do When It Pains The Most

By – Crystal Chinonye I started my pudding business barely three months ago. As at the time I started it was all rosy. Sales were high because demands were too much. I was extremely happy that I had gained my financial independence and was ready to at least assist people …

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Between The Lines Of Equality

By – Suleiman Murkthar In the appealing essence of the word “feminism” we have to find colors in chasing the endless route of equality in a race fit for equity. Feminism in its dictionary sense is said to mean the abolishment of sexes in day-to-day operations of human affairs, hence …

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The Gift

By – Andrew Mejire Etoh There is a certain tendency of shinny brightness that tends to overwhelm our minds the word “Gift” is pronounced. The idea of a wrapped present holding within its confine some kind of blissful meaning, the holding of a promise that unfolds as its unwrapped. The …

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Anthem Of Hope

By – Kayode Ipadeola Nigeria, we hail thee, Our own dear native land, Though tribe and tongue may differ in brotherhood we stand, Nigerians all are proud to serve Our sovereign motherland, Our flag shall be a symbol That truth and justice reign, In peace or battle honour’d, And this …

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By – Richard Dappa Good morning the night crawler who will probably because they chose to surf the net after hours searching for sleep. Good afternoon to the motivation seeker, going through this piece during your launch break, searching for a word to take you through the day. Good evening …

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Where Is The Love?

By – Jennifer Ifeoma Ugboh Arise, O compatriots Nigeria’s call obey To serve our fatherland With love and strength and faith The labour of our heroes past Shall never be in vain To serve with heart and might One nation bound in freedom Peace and unity. Oh God of creation …

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Where Dreams Come From

By – Martins Akodo Growing up as a young boy, I have always wondered where dreams came from–the beautiful images I see when I go to bed at night was a perfect description of what I always wanted, it became a hobby such that when I couldn’t have anything I …

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Experiencing Newness

By – Joyce Paulsen It’s that time of the month where there are screams and loads of text messages saying, ‘Happy New Month’. Today it just dawned on me that we are actually in the last quarter of the year. Though the year is close to ending but we still …

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Echoes of Love

By – Odey Emmanuel It spreads round and about, stretching her hands far and beyond with the readiness to bring peace to all who embraces her. She travels beyond shores and borders carrying on her shoulders warmth and comeliness that depicts love and affection. With no visible means to measure …

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Excessive Kindness

By – Jamylah Yusuf I have always wondered if there is such a thing as being too kind. Is kindness ever too much for the receiver of kindness to handle or is it the giver that is dishing out this rare treat in a manner that would prevent it from …

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Respect Human Right To Live

By – Andrew Mejire Etoh Nana Nana!!!! My name seemed to trail from a distance, a call that revived my consciousness back to life. There she stood in front of me, mumbling words I only slowly began to hear and understand. Im not entirely sure I understood what aunty Ruth …

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