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ASUU Strike And How A Word-guessing Game Is Keeping Me Sane

Each morning or in the late afternoons, I am staring furiously into my phone screen. A five letter word. What word is it? Come on, come on. Think.

Online Dating Issues in Nigeria by Ayilegbe Stephen

Many people have taken solace in the use of online dating to meet a potential partner, while some use these online dating for sincere purposes, others might have ulterior motives that can inadvertently cause harm to others using i

Lessons From the Tinder Swindler by Ojetunde Esther

The Netflix documentary; is a story of a man called Simon Leviev impersonating to be the son of an Israeli billionaire, Lev Leviev, also known as "King of Diamonds" for his company LLD Diamond

The Realities Of Online Dating by Victor Okonjo

Online dating is done either via online dating applications or social media platforms, which provides quick access to a wide reach of people globally

Online Dating In Nigeria: What We Need To Know by Ogbonnaya Michael

On 2nd February 2022, The Tinder Swindler, a British true-crime documentary film was released on Netflix. The film shows in chilling and heartbreaking details the dark side of meeting strangers through online dating platforms

Online Dating: Nigerians, Shine Your Eye! by Chukwuemeka Oluka

With online dating, technology is invoked as a magic charm to help people catch cruise, find happiness, friendship, intimate relationship, soul mates and love as the case may be. What else can one ask for? Truly, there are success stories of online dating.

Valentine’s Day Proposal by Chukwuemeka Oluka

  She made kissing advances where we were out on a friendly date. I smiled and turned sideways. She reached to caress my chest, but...

Soludo and the Made-in-Anambra Work Ethic by Uzor Maxim Uzoatu

It is with bated breath that the world waits for Prof Chukwuma Charles Soludo to assume duties as Anambra State Governor on March 17 in this year of Our Lord.

IPoB Is In Conflict With Igbos Not Nigeria.

We have allowed a group led by unelected renegades appropriate a sole franchise to define and proselytise our Igbo identity in a violent and despicable manner.

‘Committee of Friends’ by Chukwuemeka Oluka.

This committee will be made up of very close friends that would support you to have a remarkable wedding. Plenty of activities will consume your time and the likelihood of you forgetting some important aspects of the wedding during the preparation cannot be overlooked.

Issues Around Cross-Dressing Among The Youths by Oluwatimilehin Folarin.

The relationship between gender and dressing is not dependent on investigative or academic propositions, but rather, it is a socially constructed, unwritten principle that has over time, become a standard we follow

The Business Of Cross-dressing by Chukwuemeka Oluka.

There exists a rising trend of cross-dressing in Nigeria, especially amongst young men. For some of them, it has become a means to express themselves freely. For others, cross-dressing has lured them from doing drugs because it has offered them a means of livelihood, and legitimate business.

Freedom Without A Limit Has No Good Bearing by Abdulrasaq Ariwoola.

As a country, our cultural norms, and values go to the root of our existence as a people, and a deviation from them, to accepting foreign concepts holds dare consequences for us as a people. This is more for the youthful constituents who are more exposed to these things.

Cross-Dressing In Nigeria: Should We Be Worried? by Michael Ogbonnaya.

cross-dressing does not have a social, cultural, and religious acceptance in Nigeria. The lifestyle is completely at variance with the moral standard of the Nigerian society. There is a need to utilize the important tool of the media to properly sensitize and educate our youths on our values as a country.

Analysing The VAT Collection Tussle by Michael Ogbonnaya.

The unfair disbursement of VAT revenue should be reviewed and the VAT structure redesigned. The FIRS commission of 4 per cent is excessive. It should be reduced to an international benchmark of 1 per cent. Also

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