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COVID-19: Listen If You Have Ears By Sam Otti

Death toll from Coronavirus pandemic continues to rise, yet most Nigerians sink in delusion that the deadly disease doesn’t exist. On Thursday, June 25, former Governor of Oyo State, Abiola Ajimobi, and the Provost, College of Health Sciences, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Nnewi Campus, Prof Okwudilichukwu Udemezue, were prominent personalities  that died from Coronavirus. Reports across […]

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Six things everyone should start doing in their 30s

The older you get, the harder it is to change your habits. But in your 30s, there’s still time to adopt new, positive behaviors. Read on for the best ideas: 1. Start laughing at yourself. “Laugh at yourself, laugh at the absurdity of life, laugh at the goodness and the badness of every situation. Being able […]

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The proliferation of sex charm videos by Nigerian women By Okechukwu Nwafor

Recently the Nigerian internet space was flooded with videos of Nigerian women advertising different types of sex charms. These charms range from creams and concoctions which the hustlers purport can seduce and bewitch anyone who enters into their sexual paradise. According to the merchants, the sex device works like an entrapment, just like walking into […]

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From Next Level to Burning of Billboard By Okechukwu Nwafor

This image is not from any other place than the Nigerian President’s home state, Katsina. The president’s own kinsmen are burning his billboard. The billboard reads in Hausa, ““The faces of fairness and champions of the masses.” However, the masses are chanting a different slogan: “the president is a failure.” This is a clash between […]

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Here is a list of things you need to teach your Child(ren) at early age (Must Read)

1. Warn your Girl Child never to sit on anyone’s laps no matter the situation, including uncles. 2. Avoid getting Dressed in front of your child once he/she is 2 years old. Learn to excuse them or yourself. 3. Never allow any adult refer to your child as ‘my wife’ or ‘my husband’ 4. Whenever […]

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Sow Injustice, Reap Calamity – By Sam Otti

For 430 years, the Israelites lived under the crushing yoke of slavery in Egypt. The chosen people of God were suppressed by a pagan nation and bound in fetters of repression. Their bare backs bore the scars of hate, lacerated by the merciless whipping of Egyptian taskmasters. A brute dictator, Pharaoh and his officials chastised […]

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Insecurity: Speak Out Now Or Die In Silence – By Sam Otti

The clamour for a new security apparatus in Nigeria that would wrestle to the ground the vicious monsters of crime has been ringing like a church bell. Sadly, successive leaderships in Nigerian chose to cock their ears to this deafening sound. Not even the disquiet caused by the spreading ills like kidnapping, robbery, violence, cattle […]

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Spiritual Husband By Professor Okechukwu Nwafor

I just learned that many women in Nigeria are currently caught in the web of the religious swindle known as ‘Spiritual husband.” This is one of the most effective and crafty daggers used by religious slayers known as ‘men of God’ in Nigeria. Currently, it is estimated that thousands of both married and single women […]

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Marrying a woman doesn’t mean she is your property…A Message for all Men!

Marrying a woman doesn’t mean she is your property. Treat her with respect. Make her your queen, love her and honor her and give her a reason to treat you the same! All women are beautiful, regardless of their looks. You just need to touch their soul with respect and appreciation for their inner beauty […]

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Hate Speech by Okechukwu Nwafor

While the Liberian lawmakers have voted to cut down their salaries to save money for their nation, Nigerian lawmakers have voted to establish an agency to deal with hate speech. The problem with the Nigerian lawmakers is that they are misdirected and too idle to indulge in meaningful deliberations. In the end, what the agency […]

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Six things to know before you say I do (Must Read)

Being married is totally different from dating; many women feel they could handle married life because they have dated their partners for long and feel they know a lot about them already. This article is not to scare anyone or discourage you from being married. It would only be sharing helpful tips that would prepare […]

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Is Nigeria broke?

Nigeria, Africa’s biggest economy, is “heading for bankruptcy” according to the former Central Bank Governor, the  Emir of Kano, Muhammad Sanusi II. Speaking on Tuesday he criticised government policy – particularly costly fuel subsidies – for stifling development and fuelling rampant poverty. It sounds alarmist, but he’s right to worry. Growth has been anaemic in […]

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Are You Born Again Or Born Before…?

The two set of people I always disagree with in Nigeria are 1: The shameless politicians that don’t care about the suffering people…. And 2; The ‘holy ones’ claiming to be born again and closer to God. These two set of people are linked to the two major factors hindering us from moving forward in […]

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An election of tears, sorrow and blood

He woke up to a bright and sunny morning. It is an important day; a time to do his bounden duty to his country. Nothing betokened that it will be his final rite to this “shrine”. Instead of taking his vote, it took his life. A young voter killed at a polling unit in Anyigba, […]

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Is Rotimi Amaechi the Judas Iscariot of Nigeria? – By Okechukwu Nwafor

We all are aware of the role Judas Iscariot played during the last days of Jesus Christ on earth. Judas, quite a controversial figure in Christian Theology, betrayed Jesus at the dying minute. He kissed Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane and addressed him as “Rabbi” to reveal his identity to the crowd who had […]

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As Zamfara beckons on history : Where is John Odigie Oyegun, not John the Baptist, of Nigeria? – By Okechukwu Nwafor

Few months to the 2015 presidential election, there was high level of insecurity in the country, including a bomb blast targeted at Buhari himself, with more than 70 persons dead. APC chieftains and their supporters upped the blame game. They accused President Jonathan of being unable to contain the incessant Boko Haram attacks and the […]

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‘Ofeke’ – By Okechukwu Nwafor

It was reported that the Vice President Osibanjo woos Yoruba voters by promising them Presidency in 2023. If this is true then Osibanjo should be advised to relinquish his professorship and hand over his hood to NBA. A word for the Yoruba: it is only a mad animal that will accept the lion as an […]

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Where we were and where we are? – By Okechukwu Nwafor

The above onomatopoeic verbiage, obviously derived from the slip of tongue, from the Vice President during the last Vice Presidential debate sends a poignant signal. The first is a question of where we were in the last four years and the second is where we are today. Indeed Osibanjo’s slip of tongue reveals an uncommon […]

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