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  • FIFTEEN ANALOGIES OF FAILURE

    12th Aug 2019 by

    Fail-lure is like a hot coffee; immediate taste of it will hurt us severely. While many ends up spilling it out, some drink it, again and again till its hotness don’t hurt them again.

    Fifteen Analogies of Fail-lure will give you deep insight and a change of perspective about the nature failure and how it works…

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  • SELF LOVE

    19th Aug 2019 by

    Self love means to accept yourself as you are, to have self respect, positive image. It does not mean thinking you are better than anyone else but knowing you are a worthy human being. Self love should be the easiest thing to do but it hard especially when you are born in a society where… Read more

  • FRUITS AND THEIR NUTRITION

    19th Aug 2019 by

    Almost everyone need to eat more fruits and vegetables. A growing body of research shows that fruits and vegetables are critical to promoting good health. To get the amount that’s recommended, most people need to increase the amount of fruits and vegetables they currently eat everyday. Fruits and vegetables can protect your health; fruits and… Read more

  • JOKES FAMILY

    19th Aug 2019 by

    A child asked his father, “How were people born?” So his father said, “Adam and Eve made babies, then their babies became adults and made babies, and so on.” The child then went to his mother, asked her the same question and she told him, “We were monkeys then we evolved to become like we… Read more

  • AFRICAN THUNDERSTORM

    19th Aug 2019 by

    Looking up to the sky White flecks of cloud twisting Rotating together and darkening into grey As if day has turn night Softly, wind cries out aloud And lightening draws like line in the sky. Unspreading quickly the spreads Like thief who never wanted to get caught Screams of children under the tree Running into… Read more

  • CULTISM ON NIGERIA CAMPUS; ITS EFFECT ON STUDENTS

    19th Aug 2019 by

    CULTISM is a major challenge ravaging our tertiary institutions today. Cultism in Nigeria tertiary institutions dates back to Professor Wole Soyinka’s College days, when he organized a cult group named Pirate confraternity with the help of some friends of his. Their aim of forming the cult group was to bridge the gap created by ethnicity… Read more

  • EFFECT OF STRESS ON STUDENT

    14th Aug 2019 by

    Today’s student may be more stressed than ever before. In fact, the 2015 American College Health Association, found that 85.6percent of student had felt overwhelmed in the past years. The pressures of getting top grades, balancing extra-curricular activities with studying and spending time with family all add up…

  • STREET CHILDREN: IT CAUSES AND SOLUTIONS

    14th Aug 2019 by

    A society that is not well care for, will later be a harmful gains to the individual who live in it. So many things goes on in the society we live in; it may be a big or small society. After all, a society started from the family; an individual homes made up the society….

  • IGBEYIN IJAGUN

    12th Aug 2019 by

    ‘Igbeyin’ is all over the Tertiary Institution in Nigeria. The students finds a way to satisfy their hunger by drinking common food called ‘Garri’ (Cassava flacks) with beans or mixture of beans and garri. Click the above headline to continue reading…

  • SUICIDE AMONG YOUTHS: ITS CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES

    12th Aug 2019 by

    Every man is faced with two or more predicaments, the way one deal with these challenges is what makes one a rational individual. Although, suicide is not a remedy to the trauma of failure, hardship, lost love etc…. Click the above headline to continue.

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