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Poetry Session: “God” by @iamheadrush_

GOD To the start of the day We say a prayer, so our words will never sway With our hearts full of fears, tears, wondering if this struggle will ever go way So we steadfast, head high with high hopes, wondering if the rays of the sun would stay Or will the rain pour heavy like the weather of May In the quest to find our daily bread We loose ... Read More »

The Unaired Part Of Mrs. Buhari’s Interview By Jaafar Jaafar

In the heat of the intense pressure mounted on the BBC to stop airing the remaining part of the controversial Aisha Buhari interview a few days ago, I had the privilege of listening to the interview before it was fully aired. My good friend, the head of the Abuja bureau of the BBC, Naziru Mika’il Abubakar, invited me to his office for comment on the interview, and directed that it be ... Read More »

How evil spirits control Aso Rock – Reuben Abati explodes

Former Special Adviser to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, Reuben Abati, has described Nigeria’s seat of power, Aso Rock, as an evil place. He, therefore, advised the Nigerian government to abandon the Villa and turn it into a spiritual museum. Abati in his latest article titled ‘Rituals, blood and death: The spiritual side of Aso Villa’, said recent happenings in the presidency should give the citizens headache, adding that the place needs ... Read More »

Ladies Only: 8 Things To Avoid During Your Menstrual Period

The menstrual cycle has changed throughout the history of mankind, just like how humans have been changing. The results from various scientific researches have revealed 8 things you should never do on your most sensitive day of the month, which are: Avoid shaving: According to research estrogen levels drop dramatically during your period. Having such a low estrogen count makes all of your physical pain hurt much more due to your ... Read More »

The 4 Things All My Mentor / Mentee Relationships Have in Common

Last week, I attended The Lady Project’s annual BYOM (Bring Your Own Mentor) Bash with one of my mentors –who also happens to be my current boss! –Joanne. I have wanted to attend this event for two years now, and I’m SO glad I finally did. Never underestimate the power of quality time with your mentor – especially when fellow Lady Project members and free pizza from Providence Flatbread are ... Read More »

Why Jonathan Feared This Man The Most – Find Out Who The Man Is

Wole Olanipekun reveals why Jonathan dreaded Tinubu in this exclusive The Cable reviews that Olanipekun stated this in an interview with the Punch when requested how he efficiently defended individuals like Tinubu at the Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT). He declared: “What I give my shoppers is my information, I don’t promote my conscience. “I retain my conscience and independence. I cherish my liberty. I hold it. No shopper will ... Read More »

When Silicon Goes Wrong: A Sorry Ending To A Lady’s Butt Enlargement Regimen

I am still amazed at the craze for big butts with today’s ladies. They are leaving what they need to work on the most for what barely matters in relationships. They are concerned about the physical appearance ; the curves, the contours but that till date has never kept a man. Social media has turned most women into shallow and brainwashed zombies who barely even know who they are nor ... Read More »

An Open Letter to Latina Millennials From Hillary Clinton

As Hispanic Heritage Month comes to a close, I want to take the opportunity to say thank you to the amazing, inspiring young Latinas I’ve met as I’ve crossed the country for this campaign. Your generation is unlike any that has come before. You’re growing up at a time when you have an incredible opportunity to write our nation’s next chapter. Many of you are the first in your family ... Read More »

A Challenge For Obama’s Successor: Being a Casual, Cool President

hen Hillary Clinton appeared last week on “Between Two Ferns,” the intentionally awkward meta-talk show where host Zach Galifinakis deadpans while peppering guests with insultingly barbed questions, it was a sign of something eight years in the making. Such an appearance by a presidential candidate would’ve been wholly unexpected in 2008 or 2004. Now, it’s emerging as perhaps the dominant approach that 2016’s candidates are taking to media appearances—from Donald ... Read More »

Poetry Session: Sorrows Of Our Time – by Headrush (@iamheadrush_)

Sorrows Of Our Time Every life tell tales of the struggles in passing time The young in their prime, trying to dance to the rhythm of the passing time Generations of point of views, like how we say “e no easy” as an excuse. Were the consolation for the day’s work, is the believe for a better tomorrow And still no hope for a better tomorrow Will the young still ... Read More »

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