It is December and it is a period when many people travel to the village to do one or two things. when people travel it is almost normal for traffic warders to stop the driver to demand some
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The 4th of July, 1776, marks the day America’s Independence Day was announced to its citizens and the world in general after congress collectively agreed that the previous 13 states that comprised the old America were named the United States of America, USA, now a sovereign nation that became free of the British rule.
Regarding the current trend of the clergyman Rev. Hills Agbo who said you can cook a pot of soup for two adults that will last for two days with #400, someone
Trends about a popular man of God in Benue state Makurdi Rev. Hills Agbo has been trending on social media after he said young men do not need much to
Hiking in Nigeria and other rock climbing exercises are some fitness routines most people love to embark on during the weekend.
The quest to get a country where they will be a peaceful good conditions for living and all has become the major desire for everyone. Because of this, it is only important
Hearing Abuja’s most dangerous bridges, what comes to your mind? Is it activities like robbery, rape, violent crimes, kidnapping, quick phone/laptop snatching, and so on?
Nigeria is a West African country with a diverse cultural heritage woven from threads of history which have birthed its many beautiful tourist destinations.
Nine-year-old Chess prodigy Miss Deborah Quicken has bagged a scholarship for her heroic feat at the Africa Youth Chess Championship in Accra, Ghana.
For the average Nigerian, work-life balance is an ‘Oyinbo’ concept because getting daily bread to survive- literally, is the topmost priority.
Akintomi Ojetunde Bags Continental Awards At a time like this in the history of Nigeria when integrity, honesty and meritorious…
Failure could be daunting, but there are ways you could bounce back from a significant defeat. I am pretty sure everyone has experienced loss at some point in their lives, and we all know that the feeling of failure could be destructive to some level. Barely making the pass mark in an examination, watching your business crash, getting fired from a job or even not being called back at that job you applied for.
We need to know that there is a lot to be learnt from failure, and failure isn’t the worst thing that could happen to you. I know that failing in whatever we do stings really bad and fills us with negative thoughts and feelings. Most times, failing makes us feel worthless and less than we are; it makes us develop self-doubt.
Staying organized can be one of the most challenging and sometimes exhausting things we could do, especially in the disorganized world we live in, but it has a way of making us feel like we have our lives in order. No one is actually born organized; it takes a lot of effort and discipline, we need to get used to healthy habits.
It isn’t easy to be called the mother of modern African literature. When we talk about the likes of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, it is only fair to talk about the woman who paved the way for female African writers. Florence Nkiru Nwapa was born on the 13th of January 1931; she was a Nigerian author who was also known as the mother of modern African literature. She was the pioneer of female African writers and was the first African female novelist to be published in the English language in Britain.
There are strong indications that all is set for the marriage between Zahra Bayero and Yusuf Buhari, President Muhammadu Buhari’s…
Music has been my therapy for as long as i can remember. I think it’s safe to say that everyone agrees with the famous saying “music is life”, but music is more than life (if possible), it is almost impossible to find a person who doesn’t have a connection with music. I can tell you what music I was listening to at any time of my life and what I was going through; it serves as a memory jar because every song I listen to has a story to tell about me. My love for music knows no bound or genre.