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  • The Killer Midget And The Stunted Dwarf (Part 1)

    By Femi Fani-Kayode “Not a single soul has been prosecuted, let alone jailed for the genocide in Southern Kaduna and you are blaming someone for preaching self defense? You are INSANE. Yes, INSANE”- Olufemi Korode, Twitter, 24th January 2017. Can anyone dispute the fact that Mr. Korode is right? Are those that say that Christians […] More

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  • How Your Mother Can Improve Your Love Life

    By Mark Wolynn (Expert) When you think of your mother, does your heart open with compassion or tighten with resentment? Do you allow yourself to feel her tenderness and care? The way you take in her love can be similar to how you experience love from a partner. What’s unresolved with your parents doesn’t automatically […] More

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  • I’m The Guy With The Female Brain

    By Men Alive Partner Prior to my birth my parents were sure I was going to be a girl. They had done some kind of tests (Don’t know whether they were medical or swinging a needle in front of my mother’s pregnant belly) that convinced them to begin picking out girl’s names and get lots […] More

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  • The Worst Advice I Was Told About Love

    By Abel Udoekene I remember those days very clearly, the day I was so curious to understand what and how to love. I was sitting down in a classroom, with my notepad trying to write a poem about love. From my desk, the wind blows some sweet voices of love to my ears, it was […] More

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  • This Is When I Will Unlove You

    By Jan Clemente I will unlove you when my tears start to dry up. When My frowns turn into smile again. When the darkness on my face begins to light up. I will unlove you as soon as I begin holding someone else’s hand. As soon as someone treats me better. Better than you should […] More

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  • The Fulani Republic Of Nigeria (Part 2)

    By Femi Fani-Kayode Clearly something has gone horribly wrong and this reinforces my belief that the amalglamation of the northern and southern regions of Nigeria in 1914 was not just a mistake but a demonically-inspired, craftily- contrived and premeditated satanic conspiracy by the British to destroy the greatness and enormous human potentials of the people […] More

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  • The Day I Became A Father

    Guy Le Jeune April 1, 1995, 2:00 a.m. Belfast was sleeping—no controlled explosions, no hoax bombs jamming the streets with weary commuters sick of ‘The Troubles.’ The delivery room was stifling—the window open, the radio playing quietly on the sill. We’d been in the maternity suite two other days before, Patricia’s contractions were coming at […] More

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  • Third Time’s Charm: One Man’s Love Story Of His 36 Year’s Marriage

    By Jed Diamond Growing up I had a confused understanding of love and marriage. We had a cute little house in the San Fernando Valley, but my father was often away and my mother constantly worried. When he was home his emotions vacillated greatly (later I learned he suffered from bipolar or manic-depressive disorder). One […] More

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  • The Fulani Republic Of Nigeria (Part 1)

    By Femi Fani-Kayode The Sultan of Sokoto is the father of the Fulani people, the foremost traditional ruler in northern Nigeria and the spiritual leader of all northern Muslims. He is not just a traditional ruler but an all-powerful potentate who represents a strange and mystical power and who heads an ancient and dark empire. […] More

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  • 6 Characteristics Of The Marriage-Ready Couple

    By Relate Institute If you were asked “how long should a couple date before getting married?” what would you say? 10 months? 2 years? A week? The truth is there is no magic number of months or years that make a couple ready for marriage. Six months may be more than enough time for one […] More

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  • “We Will Face Challenges, We Will Confront Hardship, But We Will Get The Job Done” – President Trump

    Donald Trump’s Inauguration Speech! Chief Justice Roberts, President Carter, President Clinton, President Bush, President Obama, fellow Americans and people of the world, thank you. We, the citizens of America are now joined in a great national effort to rebuild our country and restore its promise for all of our people. Together, we will determine the […] More

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  • How To Have An Extraordinary Marriage

    You will make mistakes. The mistakes become learning blocks. By Heath Henwood What does it take to have a special, long lasting relationship? The simple answer is lots of work and communication. It also involves recognizing that you will make mistakes and that forgiveness is necessary, the mistakes become learning blocks. Here are some tips […] More

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