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When You Die Your Digital Life Lives On


By Tony Ogunlowo We live in a world – the digital age- where we virtually do everything online from corresponding to shopping, banking and socializing. We send and receive emails; shop for virtually everything online; socialize through Facebook, Twitter and Instagram etc; watch movies on YouTube and Netflix; check our bank balances; store our music collection on iTunes – we ...

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CAN President Begs TB Joshua Not To Relocate To Isreal


The President of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Pastor Samson Supo Ayokunle, is the latest to add his voice to the growing call for Prophet T.B. Joshua to remain in Nigeria.   In a birthday message to Joshua published in Nigerian newspaper The Daily Sun, the CAN President advised him to zreconsider the decision, adding that anyone speaking the ...

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Things you probably didn’t know about Ramadan


The period of Ramadan is a period in which Muslims turn towards their spiritual communities in a time of heightened spirituality. To help deepen your understanding of this spiritual period, Jumia Travel, the leading online travel agency, shares 5 things you probably didn’t know about Ramadan. Aside Fasting, It’s also a Time for Spiritual Reflection For many muslims, as much ...

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Lagos Assembly Seeks Increement In Salaries Of Traditional Rulers


***Wants Monarchs To Speak Yoruba In Palaces, Public Functions Members of the Lagos State House of Assembly have passed a motion calling on the state Governor, Mr Akinwunmi Ambode to direct the state Commissioner for Local Government and Community Affairs, Hon. Muslim Folami to review upward salares of traditional rulers in the state. The motion was moved by Hon Lanre ...

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Saraki’s  8th Senate Assembly: First Half Scorecard …. Something To Cheer About -Omoniyi Idowu

Bukola Saraki

When the assembly signed off two years ago, the Nigerian populace was full of hope and optimism that the 8th Senate, under the leadership of Senator Bukola Saraki, would not disappoint in ensuring that the wellbeing of ordinary Nigerians would be its number priority. And so far, the upper chamber has not disappointed. Political pundits may want to argue otherwise; ...

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Junaid Mohammed’s Bunkun And The Final Battle For Nigeria`s Independence

Junaid Mohammed

“If anything happens to Buhari the north will insist on being in power till 2027…..those who see Buhari as their representative and are not being treated justly are going to claim their own rights and the only way you are going to resolve the issue is that after Buhari’s administration, you have it zoned to the north for eight to ...

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How To Win The War Against Corruption

Bukola Saraki

  By Sen. Saraki Senate President, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki has advocated the need to prioritize deterrence rather than punishment in order to permanently win the ongoing war against corruption. In a statement signed by Sanni Onogu, Chief Press Secretary to the Senate President,Saraki gave the charge in his speech at the Public Presentation and Book-Signing ceremony of Senator Dino ...

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The First Class degrees galore By Reuben Abati

first class

The Daily Trust newspaper has published an interesting feature story (May 15), on the sudden surge in the number of First Class degrees being churned out by Nigerian universities. Daily Trust reports that its investigation reveals that in the last five years, 16 Nigerian universities have produced a total of 3, 499 first class graduates. Between 2011 and 2016, 12 ...

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The Broken Woman: Stranger Things

Broken Woman

By Blossom Obi   I stood there in shock as the doctor related my condition to me. Tears rolled down my cheek and for split seconds, I felt my throat tighten and the walls began to close in on me; my knees started to give way as I slowly fell to the ground. The day of my cancer operation was ...

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The Hidden Dangers of Cultism


By   Tony Ogunlowo   So many young people are joining cults, or gangs, at an alarming rate. Never a day goes by, somewhere, that somebody doesn’t die as a result of cult activity which is sweeping across the country. So you join a cult: perhaps out of boredom, peer pressure or thinking you can receive fame and fortune. All ...

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