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  • Saturday Digest : On Rio Olympics, Nigeria I Hail thee!

    Abel Udoekene Think of what you can do for your country not what your country can do for you performance by the Dream team against Japan was so Kenedicious. As I watched Oghenekaro Etebo scoring four goals, my medulla reminded me of the great Yekini of blessed memory, the Kanu Nwankwo, Jay Jay Okocha, etc. […] More

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  • Saturday Digest: Don’t Panic, President Buhari is Working

    By Abel Udoekene Fellow Nigerians, by now, I know you are so confused, but I must say this now to avoid more confusion. “What is wrong with you?” I’m sorry, I won’t join issues with you, but must we continue fighting in order to prove a point? Or, are you talking about Germany who has […] More

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  • Saturday Digest : So Buhari Finally Did it!

    By Abel Udoekene The news was so sudden. The newscaster wasn’t so comfortable. Exclusive news they say can make or Mar a media outfit. “Are you sure this news is true?” The Producer was panicking, this news could end her in jail or worst still “6ft down” She thought about the great Dele Giwa and […] More

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  • Saturday Digest: Now that you are A Graduate

    I am still a writer, that’s what they call me. I am a social media strategist, a children ambassador, a researcher, a fisherman, an entrepreneur , I am almost everything, at least I am trying to make the World a better place, that’s what we should all do, don’t you think so? I am talking […] More

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  • Saturday Digest : Between the Literate and the Learned

    “The problem with Nigeria is that we have so many Literate people who are not yet learned” The Old man began. “Wait, Please sir, are you saying that to be Literate is not good? ” Out of Curiosity I voiced out my ignorance. The old man stare at my face and smile. “My son, when […] More

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  • Saturday Digest : The Forgotten Bride Called “Nigeria

    The Story of the Fulani Herdsmen is a sad one. The killing, the suspense, the drama and the intrigues is uncalled for, Nigeria is slowly going back to the Pre-civil war era, God forbid, But who will save Us? An old story reminded me of how family units used to be the binding force of […] More

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  • Saturday Digest : What’s on your mind?

    Permit me to ask you a little questions, I don’t mean to offend you, I’m just trying to prove a point, Because in this case between my two friends Linda and the Super star I don’t think I can be the judge, but who do you think won the case, after all, we were told […] More

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  • Saturday Digest: The Chinese Deal

    “They have run down to China ” The young man cries out. We stared at the moving train to see if our President will ask us to join him and his team but he was not listening nor looking at us, so we wait at the side line warming up waiting for our turn to […] More

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  • Saturday Digest : Heaven Will Hear Us

    Two days ago a little Child said a prayer that makes me remember my primary five Class room teacher, she was so serious that we wonder how a girl of nine years old would know so much about our history as a nation even things that people like us find it so hard to remember. […] More

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  • Saturday Digest : Hundred Naira Is just Enough

    “One man can change the World” I said as I watched a young lady chatting with a group of young people about HIV/AIDS. As a NACA Ambassador, I was curious to know who she was and what she was up to. So I stand at a distance to follow the whole deliberation. A week earlier, […] More

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  • Saturday Digest: Shey Change Owa ?

    Haruna Salisu article on the first minister of sadness and the ‘Sai Baba’ campaign slogan prompted me to write this article. “Eku Change ” I throway salute my people, please don’t be mad at me, I am a Nigerian graduate too. Last few weeks have been so hectic, first, our power situation has been completely […] More

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  • Saturday Digest: As The World Stand Still For America

    One thing I’ve noticed as I follow the American Presidential primaries is the hope and faith in simple dreams and limitless opportunities. While I admire Marco Rubio for having the courage and running a passion based campaign though he lost out, I have a lot of fun with Donald Trump jokes, whether by calling Ted […] More

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