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Davido and NYSC palava

Davido and NYSC palava

It is no more news that David Adeleke popularly known as Davido is “currently serving”. When the news hit the internet, it was trending everywhere within a twinkle of an eye. Everyone saw it as a welcomed development coupled with the fact it is going to be some sort of ...

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Creating jobs in Nigeria through entrepreneurship development

Creating jobs in Nigeria through entrepreneurship development

The Nigerian economy is a leading economic hub not only in the West African Sub-region but also in the entire African continent as a promising destination for investment opportunities for individuals, corporate organizations, blue chip companies and other multinationals that continuously see the Nigerian economy as an investment haven. While ...

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The Nigerian Police & Pidgin English mentality

The Nigerian Police & Pidgin English mentality

Have you ever wondered what language can do to a person? Do you know that the language a person speaks and the culture associated with such language can influence that person’s way of life and particularly the way such person behaves? Now there are a whole lot of questions we ...

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Ten cogent reasons why having a backup boyfriend is dangerous for women

Ten cogent reasons why having a backup boyfriend is dangerous for women

I have often heard some people advising ladies to have backup boyfriends. This means that aside her primary or main boyfriend, a lady should have another boyfriend she may not necessarily be close to or intimate with as she could just be platonic friends with the so called backup boyfriend ...

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What’s wrong with Medical Doctors?

What's wrong with Medical Doctors?

I read with dismay and total shock in the Punch newspapers of June 22, 2018 the story of a nurse Dorcas Adeyera who was brutally attacked and humiliated by a medical doctor, Dr Emmanuel Okolo at the Awoyaya Hospital and Maternity Centre, Ibeju Lekki, Lagos State. I still find it ...

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Buhari continued ineptitude & the way forward for Nigeria

Buhari continued ineptitude & the way forward for Nigeria

The situation Nigerians have found themselves now is not what they expected from the Buhari government. The situation of things in Nigeria presently is still shocking to many Nigerians and a mystery to all those who unanimously gave their unalloyed support to Buhari in order to make him president with ...

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Sack these incompetent security chiefs now!

Sack these incompetent security chiefs now!

For several months now, some parts of the nation have been boiling with hostilities. We have now lost count of the number of killings that have taken place. We have now lost count of the number of innocent Nigerians that have been killed in one of the most dastard and ...

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6 Myths About Indigenous African Spirituality, Debunked

African Spirituality

Whatever we attribute it to, there has been a noticeable migration from religion and to spirituality in the Western World. More recent we’ve witnessed significant numbers, particularly within the African American community, abandoning dominant religions to explore various spiritual practices, more specifically Indigenous African Spirituality (IAS). IAS encompasses native beliefs ...

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Examining Femi Adesina’s irresponsible statement on cattle colony

Femi Adesina's irresponsible statement on cattle colony

I have always said it that no responsible government will fold its hands and watch while its citizens are being slaughtered and massacred in their numbers. No responsible government will subtly encourage the killing of its own citizens just to achieve its premeditated agenda of cattle colony. No responsible government ...

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Charred Remains of Literacy in Nigeria

President Muhammadu Buhari

Sixty-five million Nigerians are illiterates, according to UNESCO. Nevertheless, the year has been moderately fine for Nigeria, having fared favourably in enviable awards, such as ranking big as the world’s 148th Least Corrupt Country, and topping the list of African countries who live and bath in alcohol. Indeed, a giant ...

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How to talk to a Nigerian celebrity

Harri Obi

“Guys! My favourite #BBNaija housemate, Ahneeka is literally standing in front of me. I’ve been trying to move for more than 5 minutes now, but it feels like i’m paralyzed.” When a gentleman tweeted this days back, I DMd and encouraged him to walk up to her, and with a ...

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The South African hatred for Nigerians

The South African hatred for Nigerians

Every now and then many Nigerians have been killed in South Africa. Over 117 innocent Nigerians in the last two years have been gruesomely murdered by unscrupulous elements in South Africa. It is so annoying to keep hearing in the news every time of these cruel killings of Nigerians in ...

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Russia 2018 World Cup Countdown on NaijaVibe

Russia 2018 World Cup Countdown on NaijaVibe

Its 50 days to Russia 2018, where all 32 teams will compete for the ultimate price and pride of their various nations. We are here to countdown to this great world tournament. We will give you in depth information on all teams, how they got through their various qualifying series, ...

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Donald Trump Thinks Most African Countries Are Shitholes, And So Do You

Donald Trump

I stood anxiously before a 4-man jury of my prepubescent peers. Mentally preparing to regurgitate a melody that would either seal my fate or catapult me into the upper echelon of middle school high society. I had spent all night studying the lyrics tucked carefully under my pillow, which my ...

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What’s The Military Doing To Our Loved Ones?

What’s The Military Doing To Our Loved Ones?

A while back, a close friend of mine and neighbour, decided to pursue his dream of joining the Nigerian Army. Was it a cool decision for his friends and family? Yes. Were we expecting him to preserve a chunk of his admirable gentle nature which we all loved him for, ...

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Africa Could Use Another Peaceful Coup This Year!

Africa Could Use Another Peaceful Coup This Year!

There isn’t a better conversation starter than this: “Africa is the wealthiest continent, but the poorest and least developed.” Try it, and you’ll be overwhelmed by the debates that follow. Africa’s progress compared to the rest of the world, can be likened to a chauffeur who drives his employer to ...

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Find Yourself First, Before You Find A Job

Find Yourself First, Before You Find A Job

The economy only gets better on paper. The list of bills to pay are growing longer, and the influx of income relatively thinner. We can’t deny the fact that a nine-to-five job, can come in quite handy now than ever. However, aside from the customary routine of trying to stay ...

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Superstition: Africa’s worst nightmare after poverty

Superstition: Africa's worst nightmare after poverty

Every part of the world has had their fair share of ignorance; especially, the naivety that accompanies the weird beliefs people grow into believing. But while other continents seem to be gradually moving away from superstition, Africa strives really hard on a daily basis to retain exclusive rights. So much ...

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When Your Net-worth Threatens Your Self-worth

When Your Net-worth Threatens Your Self-worth

Society don’t care what value you create. If you aren’t getting rewarded with an obese paycheck, you aren’t doing nothing. Well, shame on society. Finding fulfillment in the service you render (even on a volunteer job) is the biggest reward. Monetary remuneration is only an added advantage. Every once in ...

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Is Wizkid Really A Legend?

Is Wizkid Really A Legend?

This question pops up almost every time, some agree that he is a legend while some are insisting he is not yet a legend. According to the English dictionary, a LEGEND is someone who is extremely famous in a particular field. A legend is also someone who has achieved fame ...

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