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Dance and music are fraternal twins. The goal of many musicians is to be identified with a dance, thereby guaranteeing the longevity of their music. Songs are many, but dances are few, so what better way to write your name into history than creating a move that will put your song in people’s bodies around the…

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On the 30th of May, 1967, Biafra Republic was born. The three years that followed is the bloodiest period in Nigerian history and the period after that led to the incredible amount of mistrust and political volatility that has culminated in this present Fourth Republic. However, 50 years on and the clamor for separation still…

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Sometimes words are just noise. Long rambling diatribes often lose their potency when an audience is not given a point of focus, sometimes a beautiful face or a scenic backdrop or the skill of the person delivering the words. But sometimes in film, less is more. Audiences don’t need to be motivated by bright costumes…

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Nigeria’s attitude to prayer can be summed up in two words: prayer abuse. I’m sure this term would have taken some of you aback because this isn’t a familiar form of abuse. We’re used to terms like drug abuse, sexual abuse, child abuse and the likes but when it comes to prayer, the idea that it can…

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I am in the dark-yet another bout of power failure. I sigh, my shoulders droop, my hope runs out of the door. Nigeria, how much more of this could I possibly endure? My patriotism these days is quite difficult to conjure, I have known about NEPA’s inefficiency since I was aged four. Should I settle…

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  I’m a horror junkie. But I’m not going to bore you about how I became one, only that it goes back to my childhood and that tall sturdy shelf that housed VHS tapes. Perhaps I was too young to have a broad palate: low-budget, slapstick horror movies were just as enjoyable as the ones…

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Body Count 101: Lesson 1 – Size Isn’t Everything https://t.co/EGiItKkWko — The Naked Convos (@TheNakedConvos) June 16, 2017 The Headlines It’s Dino again Your MCM has come again Saraki is Free, Evans is Not We’re not too worried about the latter The former..however Buhari An Update The countdown continues Psychiatric test for traffic law offenders…

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Do it? #TWayne pic.twitter.com/RxwZQwGr4G — T-Pain (@TPAIN) May 17, 2017 The Headlines How To Corruption, Vol. 1. “Only thieves write books on stealing” -African proverb Femi Kuti’s Blow Job It’s exactly what it sounds like Ladies… Trump And His Witches When you’re hunted by yourself. The wicked flee… More White Privilege Ever wonder what sentence…

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  Dead Body Refuses Burial As It Redirects Villagers To The House Of Its Killer https://t.co/50fRqPBAH3 via @heraldng pic.twitter.com/SbtO4n2lAG — Nigeria Newsdesk (@NigeriaNewsdesk) May 10, 2017   The Headlines Buhari to visit Nigeria soon President to take break from medical tripping to visit home country Who Diddit? See what black excellence Has been up to lately…

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I never really understood the hype surrounding Lagos. I knew it was a high class city but to be honest, I was okay living in the small town of Enugu. But then just last year, I had to move to Lagos to attend law school. My first thought as I stepped into the city was…..…