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Obama And Kids

🕔08:02, 21.Feb 2016

                                                                –Nnaemeka Oruh Last night, Twitter shut down with

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Valentine’s Day: Lover’s Day or Day of Pressured Obligations?

Valentine’s Day: Lover’s Day or Day of Pressured Obligations?

🕔06:49, 15.Feb 2016

Some people even go as far as using Valentine’s Day as a litmus test for their significant other’s love for them. The after effect of the unmet expectation and or the fear of the unmet expectation often wreaks havoc in relationships, especially those that are not solidly grounded on authentic and heartfelt love…

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The Audacity of Hopeful Optimism– Ifeanyichukwu Uke

The Audacity of Hopeful Optimism– Ifeanyichukwu Uke

🕔17:18, 14.Feb 2016

When I first saw this picture above, I was moved by its audacious positivity. While onlookers might see a glass of water relative to this child as half empty, this child, through the lens of hopeful optimism saw the same glass of water as half full. Was it not, David Deutsch, a renowned theoretical physicist that opined that optimism is the beginning of infinity?  True to it, this level of audacious positive predilection, without a doubt, exudes the prelude of this child’s brightest future. Let’s face it! The inscription has the right frame of cognition; the attitude is fierce enough to elicit intrinsic urge for greatness. More so, with such audacious propensity, a positive mindset and a measured encounter with providence, why not? History would bear undeniable witness that many people arose from their abject-ridden conditions to mouthwatering fame.

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THE COLOUR OF LOVE–Pastor John Shuaibu

🕔16:53, 14.Feb 2016

“For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son ( Jesus) that whoever believeth in Him would not perish but have everlasting life.” John 3:16 This is one love that no mortal man can give except

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Water Don Pass Garri!– Victor Ukana

🕔12:31, 14.Feb 2016

My People I greet una o, d tin wey my eyes see my mouth no fit talk, na him I kukuma say make I write am make una follow me see am. I know know wetin our society wan turn into but the mata wey dey for ground don render me speechless like Micheal Jackson. See as evil don crawl enter family and if dem no control am, e fit turn into societal palaver o.

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Biology is Destiny: The Role of Women in Promoting Peace and Development in the Community

Biology is Destiny: The Role of Women in Promoting Peace and Development in the Community

🕔10:44, 14.Feb 2016

Women’s participation in peace processes is not optional it is a requirement in other for a peaceful community and better development. Poverty, vulnerability and virulent conflicts have been the bane of communities in Nigeria for several decades. Yet, while it has been proven that women are more peaceful than men, these champions of peaceful co-existence are barely given the opportunity to be part of conflict resolution and peace building. For whatever reasons or mainly because of their biological differences, women are better peacemakers than men. One can thus say that to some degree, “Biology is Destiny”.

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Omojuwa, And The Path Nigerian Youths Must Now Toe–Nnaemeka Oruh

Omojuwa, And The Path Nigerian Youths Must Now Toe–Nnaemeka Oruh

🕔09:43, 14.Feb 2016

I do not think that there is any other Nigerian youth who constantly splits opinions as much as Japheth Omojuwa does. His frontal opposition to the former president of Nigeria Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan drew for him a large number of enemies from various sections of the country. But he remained steadfast in his campaigns; his opinions remained scathing and blunt and in the end, what he and many others fought for materialized.

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