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Break The Bias.

Many men will support but few will lead the movement for reasons I stated earlier, the fluky feminists should understand that feminism doesn’t start with heartbreak, it is about equality and not supremacy.

Essay Competition: Week 42 Winners.

We have our winners for Week 42 of the cmonionline essay competition. Michael Ogbonnaya, Chukwuemeka Oluka, Stephen Ayilegbe and Ojetunde Esther will share the N30,000 cash prize this week.

Success Journey VIII

To put potential problems in perspective, get a notepad and create a list of all the setbacks you‘ve encountered.

On This Day: Alexander Graham Bell Received Patent for his Revolutionary Invention

On this day, the 29-year-old Alexander Graham Bell received a patent for his revolutionary new invention: the telephone.

On This Day: Remembering The Death of David Dunbar Buick

Buick was a Scottish-born American Detroit-based inventor best known for founding the Buick Motor Company.

On This Day: The Deadliest DC-10 Crash in 1974

On this day in history, DC-10 jet crashed into a forest outside of Paris, France, killing all 346 people on board. The poor design of the plane, as well as negligent maintenance, contributed to the disaster.

On This Day: The Birth Of The Nollywood Legend, Kanayo O. Kanayo

Anayo Modestus Onyekwere better known by his stage name Kanayo O. Kanayo was born on this day. He is a popular Nigeria actor from Mbaise, Imo State. He is a graduate of Law from the University of Abuja.

Success Journey VII

Never leave till tomorrow that which you can do today.

On This Day: The Official Resignation of Pope Benedict XVI

Pope Benedict XVI is the first pope to relinquish the office since Gregory XII was forced to resign in 1415 to end the Western Schism, and the first pope to voluntarily resign since Celestine V in 1294.

On This Day: The First COVID-19 Case Was Confirmed In Nigeria.

It was on this day in history (2020), that the first coronavirus disease (COVID-19) case was confirmed in Lagos State, Nigeria

On This Day: The Berlin Conference Ended.

It was on this day in history (1885), that the Berlin Conference ended. The conference took about three and a half months, from November 15, 1884, to February 26, 1885. The Berlin Conference marked the climax of the European scramble for Africa and the partitioning of territories in Africa.

On This Day: The Legend of Cassius Clay

22-year-old Cassius Clay surprised the odds-makers by dethroning world heavyweight boxing champ Sonny Liston in a seventh-round technical knockout.

On This Day: The First Nylon Bristle Toothbrush Was Manufactured.

The invention of nylon bristles allowed for simpler, cheaper mass-production of a toothbrush less likely to harbor and grow harmful bacteria than the traditional animal bristle brush.

On This Day: Ahmaud Arbery Was Killed.

It was on this day in history (2020), that Ahmaud Marquez Arbery, a 25-year-old Black man, was shot and killed after being chased by three white men

On This Day: “El Chapo” Was Arrested.

On This Day: “El Chapo” Was Arrested

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