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  • There was once a leader named Buhari

    there was a leader named Buhari

    By Abel Udoekene A few days ago I was in a forum where we discussed the problem facing our dear nation, just as we rightly agreed, Nigeria has two major problems; economic problems and political problems. While these two are very visible and can easily be fixed by good leadership, the others like growing agitation for […] More

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  • We all need each other, take some time to read this

    We all need each other, take some time to read this

      A gift that costs no money but one that costs time and your attention is giving someone words of encouragement. Catherine Pulsifer Being there for others is one of the best gifts you can give someone, sometimes it’s not about the money but just your presence, your words of hope and your attention. The rate of suicide […] More

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  • The Chronicle of Udom Emmanuel’s Industrialization story, Part 1

    According to Investor survey report, security, political stability, stable legal and regulatory environment are top on the list of considerations by any multinational corporations before they can commit to investing in any new environment. For those who are conversant with the ideology of sowing, you would agree with me that the process of reaping bountifully starts […] More

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  • The price we have to pay 

    Our nation is faced with new challenges and possibilities that needs a greater level of understanding. From the Berlin conference of 1885 where Great Britain laid claims on the part of the coast of Guinea, the coast of modern southern Nigeria till now, the pace of change is growing faster than we can ever imagine.  A few years ago, there […] More

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  • Saturday digest: Do we really need a worship centre?

    In 2017, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) along side other men of God inaugurated a 10,000 capacity Ecumenical Centre built by the  Bayelsa state Government . According to a government statement then, God had always been interested in people raising altars for him, noting that the ecumenical centre […] More

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  • Dear Pastor, I have a question for you

    “…. Whoever welcome this child in my name, welcomes me; and whoever welcome me also welcomes the one who sent me. For the one who is least among you will be the greatest” Luke 9:48 Dear Pastor, I am very concerned that you preach Jesus who is loving, kind and accommodating but in my travel […] More

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  • 5 Ways to Stop Feeling Insecure in Your Relationships

    By Marc Chernoff When I was younger I often felt inadequate and “not good enough” to be friends, lovers, or business partners with certain people.  Sometimes I simply couldn’t understand what others saw in me.  I was very insecure. I ended many promising relationships because of my insecurity.  In my mind, it felt easier for […] More

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  • Saturday Digest: Just a little drop can make a big difference

    Today is hard, tomorrow maybe be hard, but a day after tomorrow will be better. I have been looking out curiously to meet the day after tomorrow after i came across this wonderful quote.  As a Social media strategist and a writer, the things i see every day as i journey through this road is […] More

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  • Saturday Digest: The Pain before our eyes

    What got me thinking these few weeks is the future of our dear country, Nigeria. As a passionate Nigerian, I can still recall few years ago when i wore the National youth service corps (NYSC) uniform. From the camp to my place of primary assignment (PPA), the honor I received was unprecedented. I can still […] More

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  • Saturday Digest : The way we do our education is so wrong

    Education is everywhere all you need is attention and concentration.  The gods of Nigerian education has gladly made a fortune off so many people head and it is so frustrating that even with the blessings and papers these gods adorn on these people they still roam the streets with no hope of tomorrow. These gods […] More

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  • Saturday Digest : The Politics of Love and Sugar Daddies

    “Love is an agreement between two people, which both party benefit” A heart broken young man rings me few minutes ago. When I receive a message to look into this sugar Daddy palava by a dear friend, I was confused on how to go about it, I had to make series of calls trying to […] More

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  • Saturday Digest : The Cains Among Us

    “I will tell you their names and let posterity judge all of us, I will complain about their actions and in-actions so that history will never forget my name” Naturally, I should be afraid when the name Cain is mention, but I’m not. I will tell you why, first let me apologize for yesterday. Someone […] More

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