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The Nigerian Youth Debate

I have always been intrigued and perplexed by the notion of what a youth constitutes in the Nigerian vocabulary. My concern was highlighted when the PDP once elected a 60 year old as their national youth leader, it was baffling. Not wanting to be left out on the trend, the APC in their last national convention nominated a 43 year ...

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How To Eat “Fried”Food And Lose Weight

By Jite Phido There are two schools of thought when it comes to losing weight. There are those who believe you really need to starve and suffer. You know what I mean: breakfast on lemon water and the scent of akara; lunch on an  ugwu and bitter leaf smoothie with “a hint” of cucumber; dinner being fruit or salad only. ...

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Feminism Is Tiring

By Maryam Laushi Feminism is tiring because you hear all these annoying women ranting all day about the things they deserve and we are just over listening to them. Hearing them is tiring right? Then imagine actually going through systemic oppression and those who don’t even realise that they are going through it.. or the painful fact that many girls ...

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The Time Is Now!

Editor’s Note: Abubakar Nasidi is the CEO Nas Com Media Firm and Presenter of Business Clinic on Supreme FM 96.1 Kaduna. A serial entrepreneur himself, Nasidi is Liaison officer for startup9ja, a youth empowerment program based in Nigeria. During the great depression of the US most businesses closed due to inability to sustain their financial needs as a result of ...

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Coke’s Ramadan Campaign Promotes Tolerance By Dropping Its Own Label

By Amanda  Froelich Whatever your opinion on the renowned beverage company, it’s hard not to love their recent campaign for Ramadan, the Muslim holiday that ends July 17th. To promote a world without labels, Coca-Cola is dropping its own in the Middle East. As Egyptian street shares, Coca-Cola is temporarily removing its name from soda cans in the Middle East ...

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#DiaryOfAFatIboLady-Looking For Love

People think there’s an age limit for love or crushes. I often ask myself should we picture love in age? When people berate themselves about being too old for crushes, they make me laugh. People think there’s a magic cut off point of wisdom and acceptance. Love is pictured in all the media as a thing of the young. By ...

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#DivorceDiaries:Episode 3, Friday 10th July

My name is Salma Abbas and I would like to share my #Divorce Diaries with you. I hail  from Ashaka in Gombe state .I am 27 years old and I am a business woman. You see my problem is that I like the finer things in life despite being from a poor home. I grew up in Ashaka, in the ...

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MY HUMAN MAKER!

  Sha’aban smiled me a mail at my door Whoooa! It was a half moon Behold its glow – like the eyes of Allah If well I imagined…. Yay I knew my wishes would effervesce in its beauty to reality …..and that which I longed I would touch In my hut amid hay we laid Unto the creator on my ...

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Polygamy: On Too Much Salt, Reasons and Sisters’ Reactions

By Rinsola Abeola Editors Note: Rinsola Abiola is a PR consultant and advocate for gender equity and youth inclusion in politics by day……and chief whip of relationship twitter by night. Introduction On Thursday, many members of the Nigerian twitter community held a discussion on polygamy. This discussion was prompted by a story in which a reputable cleric from Oyo State, Sheikh ...

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The Northern Leaders,Its Riches And The Oil: A Case Study Of Taraba State

By Abdulrahman Usman leme Nigeria is a very rich and blessed country, blessed with both human and natural resources yet Nigeria is ranked among the poorest nations in the world. The irony here is not just the fact that Nigeria is immensely blessed with abundant resources but the fact that it’s the home of the World’s richest black man with ...

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