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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…

  • CHILD LABOUR: AN ABHORRENT SLAVERY IN NIGERIA COMMUNITY

    25th Nov 2019 by

    Slavery is a position similar to many issues of global concerns which human beings had longed to resolve since the beginning of time. The universality of human world made it possible to accommodate variety of human colours, races, manner, languages, customs and practices. The practice of slavery is as old as the history of human… Read more

  • BRIEF CONCEPT OF AFRICAN RELIGION 

    25th Nov 2019 by

    Religion plays vital and significant roles in shaping human life and living standard. In the African community, religion is an institution that structures and determines the level of man’s consciousness and devotion. Almost in every community in Africa, exists a notable and identified religion that people of the clan and community are known with. However,… Read more

  • 5 MYSTERIES OF NIGERIA YOU MIGHT HAVE MISSED

    25th Nov 2019 by

    1. Shrine of Oranmiyan in Ife Ife in Osun state is known for a many of the Weird mysteries in Nigeria because it is believed by the Yoruba people and that the origin of human civilization could be traced to this ancient city. No one till today knows how a staff, an obelisk of considerable… Read more

  • THE ALARMING RATE OF INDECENCY IN THE 20TH CENTURY

    25th Nov 2019 by

    In the 20th century, indecency is widely seen as a social malady, which is gradually becoming a norm that which African society is known for. “Indecency” are acts that lacks moral or sexual qualities or attitudes that are morally and sexually offensive. Especially in the aspects of dressing, indecent dressing “the delibrate exposure of one’s… Read more

  • Which way Nigerians?

    25th Nov 2019 by

    In a ‘rich’ country where people suffer yet smile Untold hardship is what defines us – Bad roads, inadequate power supply, no social amenities… They come to us by air pretending not to know what goes on below Who knows if they know? But only prove not to know? Day in and out, Our eyes… Read more

  • “9gerya”

    25th Nov 2019 by

    I shall forever be glad at your call, You whose warm arm, Embraces me like a nursing mother. Even when I travailed in a land far away, Your cool breeze sent a signal to me And I felt the comfort of home. The bells of your calling, Resounding in my ear- Like the tiny mosquito… Read more

  • OBA OVARAMWEN

    25th Nov 2019 by

    He was defeated not because he was weak He was exiled not because he had no authority He fought a good fight – Defending his people and pride against all odds. But their sophisticated tactics, Weakened him totally. And the conspiracy by his subjects, Led to his outright removal as king. The great Benin empire… Read more

  • OBESITY IN CHILDREN: THE ROLE OF PARENTS

    25th Nov 2019 by

    Obesity in kids is a condition in which children are so fat that it is dangerous to their health. Such kids are said to be obese or overweight. In the past, obesity used to be an adult problem but today, many children are fast becoming obese. One out of every five children in some countries… Read more

  • SUICIDE NEVER AN OPTION

    25th Nov 2019 by

    Suicide? -An Open Letter to all Youths, Parents and Teachers. Just like corruption, suicide has all of a sudden found it’s way into our society. This year alone I have heard not less than 5 stories/incidents of different suicide cases! It is more unfortunate that suicide is quite rampant among the youths- youths who have… Read more

  • OJUDE OBA’S FESTIVAL

    25th Nov 2019 by

    Ojude Oba’s festival is a cultural festival held on the third day after eid el kabir (sallah) celebration in western Nigeria. The famous festival started in 1892, when the then Oba Adesumbo Tunwase offered landed properties to the Muslims for a Mosque to be built. He also offered the British missionaries the opportunity to preach… Read more

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