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Your Evidence Is Beyond Your Degree -By Shobowale Goodness

Degree can be said to be an academic achievement. This achievement is based on educational aspect and educational grades. Evidence can be view as a fact or observation presented in other to prove a situation. It is what we tender in other to defend ourselves as an individual of a society, club, association, school, to […]

The raids on nightclubs in Abuja and the subsequent arrest, prosecution, and conviction of only female attendees for prostitution have constantly agitated my mind, compelling me to confront the notion of prostitution. In an attempt to legitimize this illegality, the police invoked the constitution and religion specifically Christianity and Islam. The police claimed that prostitution was legally […]

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Before I witnessed the travails of this road, I most times believe it’s just the usual exaggeration about the road, how unfit it is for motorist. As people usually say, and how risky it is for those who trudge the road. Even though it’s amidst endless and unaccountable budgets, dump into this road. All this […]

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They will never fix this country. They don’t care about you. They have more than enough cash to send their wards to ivy colleges. They all have options of second passports for their wards.They can afford to commit $1,000,000 in the U$ or £1,000,000 in the UK to acquire residency status for their wards. The […]

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As one of the two guest lecturers at a June 12, 1993 election commemorative anniversary and celebration of the unique proclamation of the day as Democracy Day in Nigeria by President Muhammadu Buhari, held in Ibadan, Oyo State last week, I walked out of my wont: I showered effusive praises on Buhari for this unique […]

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It was the immediate-past Minister of Transportation, Mr Rotimi Amaechi, who somewhat captured the stark reality of our country’s situation in an audio recording where he said, “Nigeria is helpless and hopeless.” It is difficult not to agree with him on some aspects of his assessment and conclusion. There is an irony here though, because […]

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The promise of stable electricity is fast becoming another mirage like most government’s promises. It’s somewhat disheartening when a nation of immense human and natural resources still can’t get a handle on the appalling power situation after nearly six decades of self governance. This isn’t ‘rocket science’ is arguably the overused word ever, yet solutions […]

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As many are the afflictions of the righteous according to the Good Book, so also are the myriads of challenges facing a Nigerian youth. Different challenges always crept his way at every stage of his life. Everywhere he turned, he had fresh challenges to surmount. Some are self–inflicted but a large portion by the type […]

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Alcohol. Nudity. Sex. Drugs. Money. All these are common themes of many of the contemporary music that many Nigerian youths listen to and place high premium on. It is no surprise. The society itself is fast losing its values and morality is now being trampled upon. Verily, music reflects the character of those that sing […]

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Why is Anambra peaceful and progressive and Enugu also peaceful and progressive? Why is Abia peaceful and progressive and Imo also peaceful and progressive? Why is Ebonyi peaceful and progressive? Let me stop here because this is my zone and I understand it more than I understand other zones. You can extrapolate my points to […]

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