Monthly Archives: August 2014

Nigeria Beyond the surface level: Abia State

Question : How many states make up Nigeria? Before you judge me for asking this seemingly simple question… do you know that a lot of people that LIVE in Nigeria have no idea… don’t believe me? Well.. it’s true… and even some that know that there are 36 states...

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LET’S GO NATURAL

  Every Monday morning need a little inspiration for the day, so let’s go natural In this piece let’s talk hair, not just hair, natural hair. It doesn’t matter if your hair has been hidden under the hot chemicals of relaxer. Just like salvation, it is never late to...

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The Heroes of Hushville.

  In a world where success is hyped and celebrated more than the core values of ethics, justice, love, family, and where ‘successful’ people are displayed on billboards wearing outfits whose cost price can feed the entire population of University of Benin for two weeks straight (no pun intended),...

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AWANAIJA DELICACIES: PLANTAIN PORRIDGE

  Plantain porridge can be cooked with or without vegetables-I prefer it with veggies. I use ugwu, spinach, bitter leaf or uziza. Unripe plantain porridge is very healthy. Those avoiding sugars can eat it with relish. Porridge with bush meat or goat meat is also very tasty; remember to...

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Personality of the week: Cobhams Asuquo

  Cobhams Asuquo “Let us have a world of ordinary people, living life the way God wants us to… If we have a world of ordinary people, extraordinary things will happen to me and you… Every little baby has the power to be great and every tall tree grew...

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Opinion: Nigeria Records 70% Failure In Wassce

  The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has released the results of the May/June West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE). 145,975 out the 1, 705, 976 candidates’ results are being withheld on the grounds of examination malpractice. These malpractices were reported both during the conduct and the marking...

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AWANAIJA DELICACIES: EDIKAIKONG SOUP

  The Edikaikong soup has gained popularity over the years because of its nutritional value and delicious taste. This soup is native to the Annangs, Ibibios and Efiks of Akwa Ibom and Cross River states. However, people from all over the country have at one time or the other...

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#funnyfridayz We are all Unique

We are all UNIQUE in our own way Some people may call it Weird while others will see it as Genius whichever way, it is most important what you think of yourself. So Judge this… Is he just happy and proud being him or Is he just really weird?...

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