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Self-Love: A Vital Ingredient For Happiness

​She wasn’t very attractive neither was she a celebrity but as she walked into the room slowly, she looked around at the numerous eyes that were fixated on her and smiled to herself. “Some things never change,” she thought proudly. … Continue reading

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Pillow Talk

It was a sleepover, it started like any other normal one we’d had in the past. I was the only single person there so when they started loving up, I had to turn my music up.  Music goes everywhere with … Continue reading

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The Language Barrier – OLUWAKOREDE AKINKUOLIE

Even the language confounds me *sigh* So being from a tribe, you know how to speak your language right? You also feel like you speak it well enough that they can’t attempt to sell you to strangers right? (Please tell me … Continue reading

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Open Letter To Mr. President From A University Graduate

Dear Sir, I used to think that life wasn’t that hard. I used to think that all I needed was just a degree. I used to think that the degree was what would give me a job. I used to … Continue reading

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Why My Country May Not Be Better – ELISHA SEYITAN

I had finished from my place of work yesterday quite early at about 5:30 pm, I walked down to where I usually board a tricycle popularly known as ‘Maruwa’  at Eko Hotel roundabout to Obalende. I was amazed at the increase … Continue reading

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Where We Lost It

Nigeria is a foremost corrupt nation; this needs no proof, the world takes notice of it. However, several attempts have been exercised to abate corruption, still, my over-two- decade stay on earth has never seen a nation so diligent in … Continue reading

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Who Are You? – OWOEYE JESULOBA

This is a topic that I have always wanted to talk about so really, who are you? If it takes you more than a minute to answer that, or perhaps you don’t even know how to, you are not alone. … Continue reading

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Life In Lagos – GOLDENWRITER TOLU

Walking on the streets alone was one thing that kept my mind racing, remembering the escapades, the air reeked of the foul stench of dry gin which emitted out of the mouths of motorcycle riders popularly known as ‘Okada Rider’s. … Continue reading

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All Lives Matter

Lately I really don’t know why I have pursued the cause to write my opinions on latest events happening in the world but I feel like even if this article might be read among us, it should make a difference. … Continue reading

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Donating The Body Organs

Guess who went to clinic today…….. Me!!!.  My first posting was ophthamology. That’s the department that deals with eye care in general and almost everything there is microscopic and you have to be careful. Oh there weren’t any patients on admission … Continue reading

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