SYRIA AND OBAMA’S RED LINE

Children Were Also Victims Of The Latest Chemical Attacks, Which Killed More Than A Hundred Outside Damascus Last Week Since news broke of deaths of civilians (including children) in an area on the outskirts of Damascus, purportedly killed by chemical weapons Western Powers blame the Syrian Government led by Bashar Al-Assad of ochestrating, as they […]

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THE NEED FOR REGULAR DENTAL CHECK UP

When was the last time you visited a dentist? Never? I thought as much. Dental Care is one medical field that’s under appreciated in sub-Saharan Africa. In some places, the only time most people get to see the dentist is when they have tooth ache, with or without associated swelling (even when some do, they […]

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ASUU AND NIGERIA’S CRIPPLED UNIVERSITIES

Students Leaving The University For Their Homes After Yet Another ASUU Strike “When you know better you do better.” ― Maya Angelou It’s now being Six weeks since the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU went on an indefinite strike in protest of the Nigerian Government’s inability to fulfil the terms of an agreement that […]

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THE UNENDING EGYPTIAN REVOLUTION

Egypt has been making the news these past few days (even weeks), and continues to make the news especially for all the wrong reasons. Since the revolution also known has the ‘Arab Spring’ spread through Egypt more than two years ago, the country has not known peace. For Egypt, it’s being more or less a […]

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FROM VINE TO VINEGAR

She was burdened with such heavy responsibilities on frail shoulders while others her own age still had theirs massaged and protected. Even though it necessarily shouldn’t fall to her, this load to carry, she simply assumed the role of ‘mother hen’ over those left in her care following a string of unfortunate incidences. She had […]

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MEMENTO MORI

The phrase ‘Memento Mori’ is thought to have originated in ancient Rome. In those days, while a Roman General was parading through the streets during a ‘Victory Triumph’, he would have his slave whisper in his ear the words ‘Memento Mori’, reminding him that although he may be at his peak today, tomorrow he could […]

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STILL ON THE ‘DEPORTATION’ OF IGBOS FROM LAGOS

Some Of The So Called Destitutes ‘Deported’ From Lagos To Onitsha In Anambra State A few days ago news filtered in that some ‘destitutes'(as they were described by the Lagos State Government) were repatriated from Lagos to Anambra State. They were said to have been picked up around the metropolis while loitering. Those who support […]

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