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Our Markets: For Life Or Death?

Preokosifa, Oyinprebi Prosper Markets have been in existence ever since man started the exchange of goods. Sources show that people moved from place to place in bids to sell off…

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Why Hauwa Liman Deserves A “Purple Heart”

She was beautiful, smart, challenging, empathetic and encouraging. She always looked to grow; to better herself as a person and a professional. She was selfless, as she was determined, and…

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Child Beauty Pageant: Sensualization Of Childhood

A child beauty pageant is a beauty contest where contestants are usually girls under 16 years of age that primarily focus on the physical beauty of its contestants. The child contestants often…

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Peaceful Protest And The High Handedness Of The Nigerian Security

A vast scale of protest has become so common in Nigeria and the world at large in recent years with some ignited by taking to the streets, holding placards containing several…

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The Ballot Revolution

Preokosifa, Oyinprebi Prosper A few years back in the northern part of Africa, there arose a mighty revolution. One that attracted the attention of the international community. It was the…

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Overhauling in the Nigerian Health Sector

The health sector of a country is a crucial part that requires very delicate attention. Every country as of current knows the value of a functioning medical system. There is…

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Why “INEC” should be called “NEC”

Observing elections from advanced climes like Britain, France, Canada et al, one can’t help but admire from a distance how coordinated, unbiased the electoral umpire are. Not only are these…

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Jungle Justice: A Thief’s Nightmare

“Bruisings, kickings, chantings, rantings, yellings and Blood gushing from different parts of the body. From afar judgement is pronounced.  No saviour, no mercy. They were burnt, they were wasted. They felt…

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Road to Balanced Education

Nengi David. Education is said to be the process of imparting knowledge, skill, and judgment to a person and it could either be done formally or informally. It is known…

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Flooding: 2018 World Wide Alarm

Preokosifa, Oyinprebi Prosper The recent phenomenon worldwide is the terrifying flooding. Flooding which is a large amount of water covering an area usually dry is no respecter of person; educated or uneducated,…

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