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THE RAY

2019-01-15T15:36:15+00:00

  Light beam. Losing her husband to the war, having to fend for three children, playing the role of the father and the mother, making effort to fit into the society as a woman, then a human, these burdens are shoulder crushing. Yet, Hannah told herself she would thrive. She would give her children [...]

THE RAY2019-01-15T15:36:15+00:00

OUR DAILY SEEDLINGS AND THE OUTCOME

2019-01-08T16:23:21+00:00

For most people, the last day of every year circumspect around thoughts of events that happened in the present year and making plans towards having a better year the following year. Plans made are mostly based on lessons learnt in the present year. This act has become never-ending, many times an unproductive cycle. Don’t get me [...]

OUR DAILY SEEDLINGS AND THE OUTCOME2019-01-08T16:23:21+00:00

THE REAL CHRISTMAS SPARKLE

2018-12-25T13:21:43+00:00

Christmas for children is about getting that gift they have longed for through the year. A visit to Santa or attending a Christmas party would mean a lot to them too. This defines a perfect Christmas, at least for most children. For adults, Christmas is ensuring that their loved ones are very comfortable. Everyone getting what [...]

THE REAL CHRISTMAS SPARKLE2018-12-25T13:21:43+00:00

HANDS AND HEALTH

2018-11-26T13:58:56+00:00

One of the very crucial health habits we are encouraged to cultivate is keeping our hands clean all the time. Especially because it is the most active part of our body. It goes into other parts of the body; the mouth, ear, nose etc as well. But you know, as the Nigerians that we are, we only remember to wash our hands when we are about to eat some very correct swallow.

HANDS AND HEALTH2018-11-26T13:58:56+00:00

THE WAILS OF AN AVERAGE NIGERIAN

2018-11-19T10:02:37+00:00

As a Nigerian, if you do not know who matters, you do not matter. The pay for labor can cause one to regret all the years spent in school. It is an insult. Our economy does not encourage entrepreneurship. It is a survival of the fittest. Living in Nigeria is hell. Showing a Nigerian passport should be enough to get one into heaven.

THE WAILS OF AN AVERAGE NIGERIAN2018-11-19T10:02:37+00:00
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