Month: May

A BIRD WITH INSIGHT

Like a bird hovering around, Through thick and thin, I struggle for a living, Reluctantly perching on trees, I am extremely attentive. I have got a keen vision, I see through soaring eagles mile away. Like Abraham Lincoln, Whose vision was to save the union and free the slaves. A vision big and focused, Yielding

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MEET THE GIRL INSPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE IN AFRICA

“If I can walk a mile, I can inspire other girls to walk a mile and half” – Zuriel Elise Oduwole Africa is a continent dominated by male control, but so is every other continent in the world. Breaking the glass ceiling may no longer be a task to African women but surmounting the green top limit of

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HOW TO MAINTAIN A HEALTHY DIET

“Health is wealth” is a common saying by most health advocate, but it can be argued the other way round that “wealth is health” man evolves round what he eats, like if one drinks beer too much he is inclined to have pot belly and dry gin has the tendency of making one dry and thin. But having

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YOUTH INCLUSION IN GOVERNANCE: WHOSE FAULT?

Overtime, the role of youths in governance has been a burning issue in the political discourse of our great country, Nigeria. Youths have been involved in the recent spate of killings, hostage-taking of prominent individuals and oil expatriates, oil bunkering, political violence and the list goes on. BY Akanbi Olayinka The political apathy among Nigerian youths has been

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TWO COMMON WAYS YOUR COMPANY CAN LIQUIDATE

  Companies don’t die, they liquidate, although most registered startups are referred to as corporate entity but here are two common ways a company can wind up. Most times winding up or liquidation of startup is caused as a result of declaring “bankruptcy” but it has come of knowledge that most startup who claim to

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CAN NIGERIAN YOUTH MAKE A DIFFERENCE?

For the challenges and upturns facing the country,  despite the steps and means taken by our leaders to change the face of situation in the country, it seems the realities of things have refused to change, but rather we keep wallowing in troubled waters that what we supposed to have swim out and take new

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NOW OVER TO THE YOUNG NIGERIANS

It is no more a doubt of mind over when young Nigerians will take over the mantle of leadership in the nation, since its even believed that the young ones are the leaders of tomorrow (today); and relatively having the young ones at the helm of affairs ought to bring about numerous changes in the system, in which its

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CHALLENGES FACING THE MEDIA AND WAY OUT

In a society, either developed or under-developed, the media plays a responsible role in building the society, since the public relies on them for the passage of genuine information and updates, which will be of immense value to them. Even, as their was a write up showing the importance of the media in heaven, neglecting other

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JOURNAL OF A STUDENT MOTHER: EPISODE 12

I MISS SCHOOL Spending three weeks at home on a holiday one didn’t prepare for is something a student don’t come by always. Favorable to several students, and displeasing to a handful. I stand between both, enjoying the days while agitating for resumption, for reason(s) mentioned in the last episode. Now, school is set to

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LIFE OF AN ABANDONED CHILD

His age was probably the attraction as I spotted him in a little corner behind the walls in his dirty clothes, sitting and waiting probably for any customer, while he waited, he giggled innocently with his other counterparts, which on a closer look would not be older than him with few years. His age was probably the attraction

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