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Payment of workers’ salaries have become an achievement of Government in Nigeria!

The discomfort which came with the ‘immediate past’ recession, crash in oil prices and the dwindling generosity of the federal purse, has provided leverage for most state governors to under-achieve and get away smoothly with it! A little glance at the Nigerian economy, leaves one bewildered with deep concerns like: ...

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Why it is treacherous to disrespect Judas Iscariot!

The Christian Easter festivities have hurriedly come and gone, but one name has remarkably stayed stuck on the lips of a large portion of Christians. As often the case every year, this mysterious name continues to grow even more popular than the celebrated occasion. Judas Iscariot: A name notoriously synonymous ...

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Modern civilization vs biblical method of parental discipline

Biblical Method Of Parental Discipline

The irreconcilable catfight between modern civilization and some basic tenets of the Bible, continues to degenerate in different dimensions. One of which, includes: Choosing the most appropriate method of parental discipline. Sequel to the heightened attention human/child rights receive globally (well, at least in countries of advanced civilization), people of ...

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Why every president is mysteriously hated!

Nimi

Over the years, it’s been more or less, a traditional ritual for an incoming president to enjoy a rite of passage into power as a crowd pleaser. Sadly, maintaining such romantic connection with the crowd after a little drive off the garage, seem to be a slight misfortune, as they ...

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How to remain bosom friends with the Law!

How to remain bosom friends with the Law!

However minor, severe or abominable, almost everybody commits crime! The adorable part is, not everybody gets caught! Likewise, not everyone who gets caught, gets convicted. The law is a shrewd old busy woman who’s got her hands full everyday, so she bothers very little about the truth. The ‘truth’ according ...

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What have we benefited from being ‘Politically Correct?’

Politically Correct

Political correctness has evolved quite interestingly, into a common media practice and a cardinal feature of journalistic writing/urban verbal expression. In recent times, you call into a radio or TV program to air your view on certain issues of interest, and you’re confined to a restricted freedom of expression. Your ...

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Approval rating from Family/Friends/Clergy won’t guarantee a Good Wife!

Wife hunting, has interestingly been modified from a mere romantic craving, into a more complex form of informal recruitment. Candidates who scale through the first series of selection (from episodes of friendship, casual dating and even hookups) are ushered into the next round, with the accompanying tag name- “Wife Material.” ...

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Fight For Fairness And Justice, But Not Equality!

Let’s begin on the premise that whatever theoretical knowledge we’ve acquired, that affirms the equality of all men, is wrong, fictional and in direct contradiction to the original truth! It’s almost unattainable to say “All Men Are Equal” and relax in the same sentence, without naturally having a little hunch ...

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DOMESTIC VIOLENCE/ABUSE: Shouldn’t women share a mini-portion of the blame?

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

It’s both our prayers, that men who are domestic abusers, “burn in hell and rot away in agony!” Oh yeah, I totally do agree with the vengeful prayer request, but hit the brakes for a moment.. I think there’s probably another way to look at it. With the flourishing rate ...

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Why online dating advice could ruin your relationship!

The internet has programmed itself, into a non-degree awarding college of diverse knowledge, where almost everyone suddenly runs to for a quick fix on how to polish what’s left of their relationship, or dust dwindling emotions off, without necessarily having to endure long hours of exhaustive classroom lectures. The internet ...

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Male child preference and the evil of gender-selective abortions

Top of the wish list of most ‘expecting’ first-time mums, as required or demanded by their husbands, extended family or society (whether verbally requested or emotionally concealed), is primarily centered on the divine prospects of birthing a male child. However, the eventual arrival of a female child, in some cases, ...

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A tiny grain of jealousy can profit much!

Nimi Princewill

As opposed to popular misconception, jealousy isn’t so much a ‘high-frequency evil’ as often projected. Neither is it a dreadful ‘rotten part’ of human character, which every individual should strive to completely rid his or herself of. In fact, a drip of jealousy is an enriching trait, the few enterprising ...

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Gospel preachers and their ‘God-given’ Prophecies of Doom!

With the torrid economic hardship witnessed across Africa, the resilient people devise alternative means of keeping themselves happy and earning a living (however decent and otherwise). The decent means, often include: Seeking respite in religion, with hopes of a sudden miraculous turnaround in both personal and metropolitan adversities. “If manna ...

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Why African soccer Leagues have remained the least of the Prom Queens!

Raw talent in soccer, is unarguably a common natural resource littered around every nook in Africa. Then I start to wonder.. If such good football is played in Africa, why’s the dream of the average African footballer focused solely on crossing the Mediterranean? Hold that thought for a second, I ...

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It’s a shame black footballers still cry when racially abused

Mario Balotelli

Racism in football may tarry a few more years, so let’s not kid ourselves we can do much right now to arrest it. Deep questions like “Why are there a few black club managers?” and “Why do we have a scanty number of black/African goalkeepers thriving in Europe?” are often ...

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The narrow route to common sense!

The narrow route to common sense!

A typical African, gets really defensive and quickly irritated when the vast areas of his or her intellectual shortcomings are highlighted and compared to people of other races, who by the way, have proven to make better decisions at numerous spheres of national life. We’re quick to condemn criticism however ...

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