YOUTH AND UNEMPLOYMENT

A major defect contributing to corruption and illegality in the society is unemployment among the youth. By Anita Emegha. A person can be regarded as  unemployed when he is unable to secure any stable means of livelihood. Such Person may possess the necessary requirements and willingness to work but cannot afford any. In Nigeria, the  average class of

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JOURNAL OF A STUDENT MOTHER: EPISODE 6

As a woman, you can decide to be a cook or a guru. We live in a world where one would end up being truncated if not educated… Everyone deserves to be educated, women especially. No one is meant to be cut off world’s affairs or left blind even though not visually impaired, because that’s what happens

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JOURNAL OF A STUDENT MOTHER: EPISODE 5

I had a choice but I chose this! Choice is simply an act of choosing between two or more possibilities. It involves mentally making a decision from multiple options,  and selecting one or more of them. Choices can be simple or complex. Simple choices have relatively low-impact on the chooser’s life overall, like what to eat for breakfast or what

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ADIRE- Latest trend in the Fashion Industry

“Mummy, I can’t wear this,  I’ll become the laughing stock of the whole school ” protested Ola over the new batik dress her mother had made and insisted she wore it to her cultural party. This. Argument had been years back and as she had rightly predicted,Ola had to show less of her face at

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JOURNAL OF A STUDENT MOTHER: EPISODE 8

Lecture-free week; awesome moments with family! School started fully about ten weeks ago, and in these weeks I’ve only been able to spend about 20 days collectively, with my children. So you can imagine my joy after hearing about a Lecture-free week which was due to the convocation ceremony to be held for graduating students

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JOURNAL OF A STUDENT MOTHER: Episode 11

Open letter to our VC School has been shut down for the past two weeks now, (due to reasons that cannot be discussed at length here) and I’ve been home all through, enjoying the moments with my children while it last. Knowing fully well that there might be no such luxury after school reopens until

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Journal of a Student mother: Episode two

A WORRISOME MIND Several studies have shown that women worry over things more than men do. We go to great lengths to ensure we’re doing things the way we love to do them, and we complain when it’s not done the way we want after requesting someone to help us with it. However, the worries of a great

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Journal of a student mother: Episode 3

“I planned to get married while in school and planned having babies immediately after marriage… “ The above was the exact statement of Aderinoye Ameenar, a final year student of faculty of Arts, department of foreign languages at Obafemi Awolowo University, ile-ife, Nigeria. Ameenar is a student mother who shares her story in the “journal

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Journal of a student mother: Episode 4

“my life as a student didn’t change a bit in marriage” – Joy Akosa In this exclusive interview with Joy Akosa, a celebrated blogger, winner of Anuca student award for the best student blogger of the year 2014. The newly wedded, gave insight into her life as a wife as well as a student. What can you say

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WONDERS OF MANGO LEAVES

Do you know that this mango leaves that we sweep off our compound in order to keep our environment clean has a pure natural cure to this disease called diabetes that over 50 thousand people die of every year. Now a days this disease is some common among children and youths unlike in the olden

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