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  • The How Are You Phenomenon

    “Don’t tell your friends about your indigestions: “How are you!” is a greeting, not a question” ~Arthur Guiterman, A Poet’s Proverbs” The first time I saw this quote, my orientation about “the how are you question” change from just a simple, “Fine, thank you, what about you?” to 10 well crafted answers depending on the […] More

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  • Now Is The Time!

    I have my reservation about the Buhari led administration, first as a writer and a social media strategist who is opportune to interact with people on a daily basis , I have witness the complain, the blame and the praises, I have argue with people on many occasions on why we should encourage the Buhari […] More

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  • We Have Scientific Evidence ‘Don’t Go To Bed Angry’

    We’re always told to ‘never go to bed angry’, but is this just a relationship cliché, or wise words to live by? According to new research, it may be the latter, because scientists have found that sleep actually consolidates bad memories, making you live with them for longer. Sleep’s role in helping us consolidate our […] More

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  • A Lesson From A Great Police Officer

    Earlier today, I accompanied some great men to pay the last respect to a retired Inspector general of police, Late Sir Etim Okon Inyang. The journey to Mbo was quite amazing and the presence of Police van at some key location was highly noted. From Uyo through Oron to Mbo, the story was the same […] More

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  • Saturday Digest: Now That Atiku Is Back

    The euphoria of Sokoto People screaming and begging for the return of Goodluck Jonathan to the center is a big indication that the people are already tired of the current administration even before they even start implementation of their campaign promises. The situation is so bad that, some core supporter and promoters of the ‘Sai […] More

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  • Saturday Digest: The Unending Search For Change

    Barrister Edo Ukpong article “Let the Military conduct 2003 election” present a good analogy of how our government deal with the issue of change. For instance, “What do we do to change the negative image of the Nigeria police force? Change the uniform. What do we do to make Nigeria Airways more efficient? Change the […] More

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  • Saturday Digest: Now That MMM Has Crashed, What Next?

    The United Kingdom based newspaper- the independent, the Central Bank of Nigeria and some well meaning Nigerians has warned Nigerians of the dangers of investing in MMM yet thousands of people are still lining up to be matched. The passion I see when I interview most of these people is wonderful “We are just like […] More

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  • Saturday Digest : The Good Thing About Africa

    “What is Africa to you?” A young man asked. I gazed upon the rising sun, feel the warm greetings of the morning breeze and tried to recall the wonders of our beautiful Continent. “Africa is like the sun that shines in the morning, she gives life and light to many, her brightness comfort the downtrodden, […] More

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  • Saturday Digest: I Am From Africa

    “Born” in Africa, “School” in Africa and “live” in Africa . Any African with such credentials deserve commendation. Few months ago, I was so much in love with the build up to United States November 8 Presidential election. From Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz to Bernie Sander and eventual winners Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, I […] More

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  • Saturday Digest :Between President Buhari Pseudodoxia Epidemica And Common Sense

    I didn’t want to say anything on the Presidential chess game but as a defender of common sense and an ambassador of hope I know Sir Thomas Browne will accuse me if I don’t put the facts straight especially at a time like now when our attention has been shifted away from the “change theories” […] More

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  • Saturday Digest : Now That We Have Seen The Change

    Last Night invasion, arrest and humiliation of some of our Judges is a slap on our democracy and as a Nigerian who believe so much in the Nigerian project, an explanation from those who ordered such an attack on our Judiciary is very necessary for the sake of history. Sometimes when we argue and discuss […] More

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  • Saturday Digest : Soaked In Patriotism, Nigeria We Hail Thee

    Just like the fireworks of the New year, the unending celebration and Joy of Christmas and the love and happiness that flows when friends gathered to celebrate a birthday, October 1st brings to light the documented day of freedom for Nigeria and Nigerians. Sometimes, some day and somewhere our story of Freedom awoken the music […] More

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