Month: November 2020

Posted in Amami. H. Series

Abbi _(Steward Of Time Series)

I came From a world where, If in anger, you table your grievances against a brother or sister before the gods, rather than the elders,…

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Posted in Lifestyle

circumstance rather than this “clarification”.

Also, Femi Benson described CNN reports on the allegd killings at Lekki Toll Gate as falsehood. “You’ve messed with the wrong country. Now retract the…

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Posted in Education

Is Sociology a Non-religious Field of Study? -By Sulaiman Ayuba

Whenever social issues come to attention, many people think that Sociology is that wicked discipline that deciphers and urged them to worship other Gods besides…

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Posted in Amami. H. Series

Life….

Life is but a sure path to death – the finality. But man speculate on its aftermath not pondering on what proceeded life. What are…

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Posted in Opinion

Today’s Media and the Conductors of Misinformation

Kareem Itunu Azeez It is a plain truth that two people might read the same story but interprets it differently, but it is now a…

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Posted in Religion and Believes

Bishop Michael O. Amamieye congratulates Pa. Ajolore

On Wednesday 18 November, 2020, we were privileged to have a nonagenarian, my father, Dr. Olusola Ajolore at our office. Daddy will be a hundred…

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Posted in Education Poetry

At the Lekki Toll gate. Samson Abani

Someday I will write about you sons of the sun And point you out in this family picture of an entire generation. Someday I will…

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Posted in Education Politics

Listen to us, understand our concerns and aspirations – Nigerian youths

In a dialogue with UN Deputy Secretary-General Amina J. Mohammed, Nigerian youth pressed for opportunities to be part of the solutions that can address the…

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