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Nov 14

All The Colours of The Rainbow

Fiction

She was a rainbow. A perfectly formed one with a unique appeal. As I watched her for the umpteenth time, she looked back at me. I looked away shamefully, upset that I had been caught. She kept staring and like the coward I am, I kept my face down.

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Nov 12

The Seven Year Canon, and An Album featuring Duncan Mighty

It would seem that an artiste for which 2018 has served as a year of maturating and of becoming; having enhanced her understanding of the Nigerian music industry is Teni. Following decent singles in 2017, Teni in 2018, particularly through ‘Askamaya’ makes a strong statement of intent as to the manner through which she’d exploit her unique position/contribution in the big pot of Nigerian pop.

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Nov 9

Brother You Can Wash My Draws

Opinion

How can you eat from a pot and then not want to wash its lid. Think about it. You just want what is inside and you do not care about how dirty the lid may be. Have you ever considered that some of us have liners on so the panties are just as clean.

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Nov 7

Why Abortion should be Legal in Nigeria

With the high cost of living and low income plaguing the country, raising an unwanted child is very expensive. It is time consuming, it drains you financially and emotionally. The onus is on the woman to bear the burden of taking care of the baby alone in majority of the cases of unwanted pregnancies. If she’s lucky, the baby’s father or family members help out.

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Oct 31

Between Celebrity Garb and Political Expectation: An Anonymous Interview Converged On Suits!

When a celebrity artist dresses say with buttons open and parts of the body exposed, we find it palatable because they are artists. However, when a politician does this, it is unacceptable. There is a strong relationship between fashion, the position you are as a politician or celebrity artist, the reputation you built prior, and what people expect of you.

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