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By Nemi Ariweriokuma

Growing up I never understood the relevance of adverts. In my mind, they were just breaks interjected by television stations and I either switched the channel or hissed out of frustration. Even in my early adult years, I still didn‘t grasp why companies paid a huge chunk of money for adverts...
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By Odera N. Okakpu

In the history of kingdoms, confederations, amalgamations, republics and democracy’s, there have been many popular successes. There are nations that attained the pinnacle of success in the old times, or have attained it in modernity. What is common in main stream media these days are those...
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By Samuel Thomas

Hello, dear reader. I believe you had a great night rest? If you are anything like me, your rest time might be quite the opposite of the 24hr clock window. Whatever your case might be, it is so good to have you here!

I would love to hear from you if the previous discussions we...
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By Atim Ukoh- Afrolems

By now if you are West African, you would have heard the “mad over you” song. In this song, the artist Runtown describes a Ghanian girl that wants to marry him. He also says he hopes she can cook waakye. I was listening to the song and then it occurred to me that I had not uploaded a waakye...
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By Odera N. Okakpu

Nigerian students who pursue education abroad become Nigerians with “international exposure”, identifiable by certain character traits imbibed in them over the course of study. When they return to Nigeria, they are more likely to be hired because companies are rest assured that not only do...
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