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Youths: Nigeria’s Hope For Leadership by Oyinola Abosede.

  Introduction  Youth: the life of a country, the strength of a nation and the hope of innumerable generations. Their resilience is like the eagle in the...

Identity Crisis: Dressing As A Means Of Identification And Distinction by Aaron Livingstone.

  The world we live in today is filled with so many diverse ideologies and theories on different subjects, ranging from religion, politics, education, etc....

A Divinely Orchestrated Friend by Folarin Oluwatimilehin.

  As my eyes gazed randomly in the class, my palms began to sweat profusely while I was aggressively struggling to solve a second-degree simultaneous equation.  My first day of preparing for Olympiad mathematics in...

Gold In Rags by Maryann Ndu.

Gold like other natural resources under the class of precious stones at it's natural state dwell in the earth of the earth crust and...

Abosede Made Me A Two-Way Hero In Less Than 10 Days by...

  It was Monday, and few days into a new term and we had a “new comer” in our class. Few of her neighborhood friends were my classmates, part of who was Moses. The...

Topics: Essay Competition Week 8.

Welcome to week 8 of cmonionline essay competition. Choose from the following topics and discuss to qualify for the N10,000 cash prize. 1. The youth of...

Essay Competition: Week 7 Winner.

Ladies and gentlemen, our winning essay for week 7 is Thumb Crowning by Mbam Chukwuemeka. From a judge: "Please give this man a beer on...

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: My Yardstick Of Greatness by Ebube Ezeadum.

Once I told my friends that Chimamanda Adichie was the sweetheart I had longed to be with. I remember swearing to them that if...

Thumb Crowning by Mbam Chukwuemeka.

  The annoying clicks from Titi’s iPhone keyboard infuriated me. She brushed her fingers over her phone swiftly, a cocky smile danced upon her lips and occasionally...

The Nigeria Settlers-Indigene Dichotomy Dilemma by Izebe Evbogame.  

Meet Izebe, born and bred in Kano. He completed his primary and secondary education in Kaduna, Jos and Kano (all Educational Less Developed States). Aside English, the only...

The gods Of Social Media by Osanyiro Oluwaseun.

  In a digital age where everyone has a form of social medium, the influence of some public figures on brands and organisations cannot be overemphasized....

Our Origin: The Nigerian Divide by Aaron Livingstone.

   “What is your State of Origin?” My 300 level advisor asked me. I'm a Pan African, I believe in Nationalism and I believe as a citizen...

Lest We Forget In A Hurry by Prince Chime.

I adjusted on my mattress and it was only then that I realized where I was when my skin came in contact with another...

The Ibukun Awosika by Ojetunde Esther.

  A lady born as Bilikisu Abiodun Motunrayo Adekola(got converted in her 20s). She was born on 24th December,1962, the third child of seven from...

If You Talk To A Man In His Language by Oladejo...

You sat on the edge of the bed , clutching your bedsheets in your hand. The window was opened and the breeze with its...

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