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Nigerian Artiste ORESEGUN OLUMIDE of Yabatech is ART It Again

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A few weeks ago I bragged about the incomparable artistic prowess of the art-borne children of Yusuf Grillo in Yaba College of Technology during the revelation of Eluagu William for his heroic pet bottle sculpting that adorn the frontage of the School of Art in Yabatech, little did I know that I had actually belittled my great Alma Mater by describing her as “The Art-Beat of Nigeria“...

Much Ado About 72 Virgins

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Please if you are a Muslim and your mind is not open to knowledge and learning about what you believe in, please scroll past this because this is not for you. This no attempt to condemn any religion, but an avenue to enlightening one another so we don’t appear as fools when we pretend to defend certain religious subject matter. I woke up this morning and found damaging text on the Facebook...

Ese Osuru: The Crime, Our Religion and More…

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The Crazy Doctor ain’t chilling on this one, he’s raging and here’s how he did it. He broke down everything from the back all the way forward, I can’t help but agree with the truth he shared, I hope you don’t feel thesame way about this.. . . Commenting on religious matters is such a delicate issue, you have so little space to maneuver your argument. Perhaps, this is...

Olajumoke Oni Breadi, A Product of Right Attitude – by Ola Omidiji

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For the past few week, the social media has been awash with the inspiring story of this bread seller turned model Olajumoke. I am sure this is not only trending on social media, her case would have been used as analogy in religious institutions (churches and mosques) asking people to pray to be at the right place at the right time. I think being at the right place at the right time with the right...

Ese Oruru: The Cucumber Effect and Other Stories…

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Trust me, I wasn’t surprised when I read on Premium Times that “Ese Oruru”, the 13 years old Bayelsan girl that was abducted and trafficked to Kano State, forced into marriage and turned into a Muslim was reportedly quoted to have said “My name is Aisha Chuwas. I am 17-year-old. I came here to be a Muslim and I will stay here,”  it is called the cucumber “The...

Your Phones Or Your Partner?

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Can anyone answer this question sincerely? Between your phones and your lover, which one do you love most? Which one occupy your heart and mind most? Which one do you care for most? Which one do you devote your time for most? Which one do you cherish most? The answers are personal, you dont need to write them here. Before the advent of phones of different names and status, love and affection was...

Meet Haben Girma, Harvard First Deaf-Blind Law Graduate

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If you’ve been looking for something to spark the light in your darkness, something to inspire you to become more than what the world around you defines, then you need to meet Haben Girma, the first blind-deaf student to graduate with a law degree from Harvard Law School. Haben Girma was born deaf-blind but she had access to opportunities afforded by the Americans with Disabilities Act...