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Zambia: Various Ways of Observing National Prayer Day -By Leo Igwe

The web site has a bold inscription on its page “Start Planning” with a sub title: “Prayer Day Zambia”. This site lists October 18 as a national public holiday in the Republic of Zambia. The page goes on to provide a justification for this National Day of Prayer and Fasting: “Zambia is a much more […]

Sequel to my article entitled “Refuting Feminism On Classical Grounds” which was published on October 8th, 2018; I would like to duel more on the fallacy and claims by this so called women rights activists. Some of the pressing issues, mostly ignored by feminists as highlighted in the first article is discussed in depth with […]

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The Global Terrorism Index is a tool that has been developed to help governments understand whether and how they are making progress in containing insurgencies or hostile to the state or specific communities. The Index derives its scores by measuring the direct and indirect impact of terrorism. This includes the number of lives lost, injuries, […]

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INTRODUCTION The reproductive life of a woman begins with menarche and ends with menopause. At the beginning of menarche (around the age of 8 to 14), short term bleeding at irregular intervals are noticed which last for one (1) to several years, so also at the onset of menopause (around the age of 45 to […]

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As humans, when we have something to look forward to or look ahead to something worth celebrating, we’ve the deep sense of reminiscing through the sweats of the past on the path of success — however, while we keep growing and advancing periodically as humans, it therefore requires the unpleasantness of unlearning too. There are […]

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I was at a birthday party of a retired teacher on the 10th of October, 2018. Deliberately, the name of the celebrator, the place, and the venue will be masqueraded in order to save the face of the family. To be candid, if all retired aged teachers are celebrated the way Mama’s day was glamorized […]

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The biblical Jacob was a great con artiste,his exploits were similar to that of the great American escape artiste Harry Houdini. Jacob knows how to beacon on opportunities and seize the moment. Tales of how he conned his brother Esau out of his birth right suffice in the scriptures. In Jacob’s smartness he brokered a […]

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Escapes of industrial smokes, into thin air Destroying our ozone layers, and shortening life’s expectancy of us all, Atomics and poisonous dumps into the seas fit for oceans survival Killing more than half of what’s fit for our consumption, yet life continues to be sustained A breach of the air we breathe, violations beyond the […]

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There is a rhetoric that feminism gives women a voice in the society; feminism gave way for the liberation of women in the western world, giving them the right to vote and be voted for, the right to exercise their fundamental human rights like every other person, the right to go to school and pursue […]

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Five million fellow Africans in Western Cameroon are between the hard hitting hammer of the Cameroonian military and security forces, and the anvil of an armed opposition that has risen to defend the victims. With unending military operations, life for these people has become a vicious circle of harassment, arrests, torture, mass murders, disappearances and […]

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