WOMEN AND WIVES

Parva leves capiunt animos. – OVID, Ars Am., i. 159. Light minds are pleased with trifles. When I was in France, I used to gaze with great astonishment at the splendid equipages, and party-coloured habits of that fantastic nation. I was one day in particular contemplating a lady that sat in a coach adorned with

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EVENING BATS

  When dusk draws nigh Tiny as they are; they seem high Up up above the sky With wings, flanks and toes that fly One would have marveled at their style Forming a wriggly mesh like patterns in die and tie They’ve been up for long still dancing in the sky With their wings and

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BUILDING LASTING VANGUARD AGAINST ECONOMIC WOES

  Economic studies show steady decline in unemployment in Nigeria from 2014 till date. Economic policies at the federal level still prove unproductive towards alleviating the deteriorating state. Many students are however oblivious of the truth recurring like a decimal point in recent times where big multinationals not only stop employing but retrench workers to

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WHAT AN ENTREPRENEUR RESUME’LL LOOK LIKE

  Many people expect an entrepreneur not to have a resume, the question “who is he/she going to submit it to” I don’t know too, but they do have too. Although most entrepreneurs are founder of their respective companies and run roles in their establishments but it will surprise you to know most entrepreneurs leave

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AN ESSAY ON NIGERIAN CORRUPTION

Many Nigerians are used to the believe that “corruption” is the biggest challenging issue affecting Nigeria this 21st century until the present administration fought it tooth and nails while unconsciously plunging the nation into more economic woes and other challenging dilemma tumbling down in domino effect. As a nation, we’ve faced  worst challenging situation, coming

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BOOK REVIEW: ‘LATER TONIGHT’

TITLE: ‘LATER TONIGHT’ AUTHOR: TUNDE OSOSANYA PUBLISHED: AUGUST 1, 2016 Reading previous short stories by Tunde Ososanya will always give you an appetite to ask for more, in terms of reading the very experience of characters portrayed as people you see every day on the streets, on a transit home and everywhere else in the

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THE CULTURAL HERITAGE OF TRIBAL MARKS

Many historians conflict the real starting point/era of tribal marks but it is an accepted fact it’s purpose is identification. In the ancient Yoruba empire formation, only slaves were known to wear tribal marks. It is a sign to identify and distinguish a slave owner from another. Although the mark is not only for ordinary

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FAILING ENOUGH

For when we fail We fail to fail enough For if that we fail enough We will know of what failure entails Knowing that failing is what we do often And we never succeed For no one makes success like a loafen That can’t be eaten without a seed And a seed water to soften

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THE HOPTIMIST

  When all hope is lost And our backbone seems broken When our swell faith is burst And we turn to fate sullen What keeps us on? Is it the future? Or the silent voice saying “carry on” Telling us the end is far but sure We’re down almost drowned But we still say yes

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