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Archive for September, 2017

ON THE CRIMINAL LIST, I SAW ONLY AFRICAN LEADERS…?

It was my first visit to The Hague, Netherlands, which aside being the seat of the parliament and the Dutch government, its for many commonly identified as the headquarters of the International Criminal Court of Justice. On arriving at the reception, I picked up a newsletter at the information stand and it was the

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HOW MANY GODS HAVE YOU?

If you need a god to do a specific thing which another god cannot do,  then it means your gods are not all-sufficient! So, you need plenty god’s who are specialists. How many gods have you, and how much more do you need? Some people acquire many gods  for the purpose

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WHOM SHOULD I MARRY?

For Abigail, there seem to be too many so called secrets to marital  bliss. Worried by the diverse rules, regulations and prohibitions she couldn’t help but to inquire of me saying, “Whom should I marry!?” On hearing the question, I quickly called to remembrance a beautiful sermon, at a youth

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THE LABOUR ROOM: A GIANT LEAP TOWARDS NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

As the Maiden edition of the Labour Room reality TV show kicks off in few days from now, I anticipate a truly innovative, insightful and entertaining show that would see a huge leap towards youth empowerment and national development. The “LABOUR ROOM” is the first National Development Reality TV Show

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DIVINELY CONCEPTUALIZED, DESIGNED, DEVELOPED AND DESTINED (4-D)

“I woke up this morning with these words: divinely conceptualized, designed, developed and destined (4-D). It’s exactly a year that God’s delight, Oluwademilade Tiwalade was born. And the joy of his arrival gives me great ecstasy always. I knew he was to arrive on Tuesday 6th September but I wasn’t quite sure

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“WE’VE GOT THE RAM…LET US GO HOME FOR EID AL-ADHA!”

Out of curiosity, I decided to do a little research about the significance of the “Ileya” festival, which literally means, “Let’s go home…for Eid Al-Adha”, in the dialect of the Yoruba tribe of Nigeria. I grew up to know that this Islamic event, also known as Eid Al-Adha or Eid

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