Nigeria is a wonderful country, no doubt.
And I am not concerned about its abundant mineral resources or climatic condition. Of course, in that regard, we are spared the horrors of rampaging anthropomorphised disasters: Hurricane Katrina, Cyclone Andrew, Whirlwind Marino, …
The Military Joint Task Force patrolling the streets in search of Boko Haram extremists The civilian JTF says dialogue might be the only option to end the dastardly Boko Haram attacks Borno youth who have assisted the military in its clampdown on Boko Haram have appealed to the Federal Government to reconsider dialoguing with the outlawed […] Post From Primium Times
When one hears the atrocious sins committed by so-called religious leaders against the people they have supposedly been ordained to guide, one wonders how it is that organised religion still thrives in the …
Time to follow Jesus with our brain
‘But I need those …
‘My teacher said I must always do my assignment first thing when I get home,’ Dele replied, already opening his books.
‘Dele, it is time to go wash the plates,’ the mother said to her son.
by Adeshina Afolayan As students in the early 90s, we had that perception that our teachers were sacrificing our future on the altar of monetary advancement. Some decades after, it reflects badly on us and our sense of creative confrontation that the public and the students still hang on to […] Post From Ynaija
by Tara Zimliki Start basing your life around fitness by parking farther away, moving more around your home, and even planning your weekends around doing activities like hiking and road racing. 1. EAT FOR HEALTH Stop using food as your guilty pleasure and start eating for health. Research the benefits […] Post From Ynaija