Posted in Politics

Of Amotekun and the northern fears..

Kareem itunu Azeez First it was the Northern youths threatening the newly but regional based Amotekun, and then some days after it was Malami, making…

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Posted in Lifestyle

The path we know is thorn

Kareem Itunu Azeez You hear in the news, everyday how scary mother earth has become, yet you still clamor to survive, and suffer another day,…

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Posted in Lifestyle

Connecting the dots in a wounded world

“As far as I have my past, and still faltersCurrently, why should I filter your acts so harshly,for we are the last hope of a…

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Posted in Opinion

Yoruba elders: Self interest under their cloak

The good old days generally,among all tribes in Nigeria, seems to be falling daily, to various unacceptable vices, politically,morally, and socially. This article is focused…

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Posted in Health Lifestyle Opinion

Mile 2 to Okoko; A taste of Hell

Kareem Itunu Azeez Before I witnessed the travails of this road, I most times believe it’s just the usual exaggeration about the road, how unfit…

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Posted in Religion and Believes

Erasing Premarital engagements in our MSSN community

Religion is one of the most controversial and most complicated issue to interfere or even contribute to. This is because of the tenets of one…

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Posted in Education Opinion

Child labour: Bridging the gap between tomorrows leader.

By the end of 2018, the number of Nigerians living in abject poverty, had risen to swaggering number of 90.8 million, even though the country…

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Posted in Opinion Tributes and Biography

100 years on, after WW1….They shall be Remembered

At the 11th hour of the 11th day, in the 11th month, the guns went silent, it was a silence that changed the history of…

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Posted in Lifestyle

This Beautiful Faces Should not fade

Zainab Alli (unilag) The best tours I have ever been to was, at epe, while in the quest for my indigeneship verification process, having spent…

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