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Addiction - Wriggling Free

When the purpose
of a thing is not known, abuse is inevitable. Anyone who faces a testing
challenge on addiction heads on and manages to get out of it unscathed is
greatly fortunate. For s...

A Year After Ann

A short story by Samuel Ugbechie.

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Poems by Adeeko Ibukun

Strobe of Time

For Ope & Gbenga

We pick pebbles 
from the past
bricks after bricks,
what time makes 
of things.
We build dreams of i...

An interview with poet Adeeko Ibukun

I got to know Adeeko Ibukun in 2012 after he took 2nd Prize in the Sentinel All-Africa Poetry Competition. And since then Iíve stalked him. Part of stalking him means looking out for new poems he s... +

Winning a scholarship I

Picking a wonderful quote made by an educationist and a freedom-fighter; late Nelson Mandela, from my last article titled Empowerment through scholarship, he said and I quote, ďa good head and good... +

A flash and a peek

In all parts of the world or organization, efforts are put into the activities of the year right from the beginning of the year up till the end; targets are set, materials are sourced, recruitments... +

Just being together

At times I canít help but ask myself if some people understand what romance really is, romance is a pleasurable feeling of excitement and wonder when being associated with another person. Itís not all... +

Myths of relationship

Just coming back from my desert hunt for words and came out with some funny notions and myths that I want us to share, itís basically some notions that people carry out in family and relationship m... +

Dandruff: Home remedies that do the trick!

You know that awkward moment when your colleague at work whom you consider a friend asks ”Hey what’s that on your shoulders? Like grains of sand or flakes of something...” Or that... +

An interview with poet Nathaniel Soonest Iheanyi

I first met Soonest Nathaniel at the Poetry Workshop facilitated by Nigerian poet, Dr. Obari Gomba, at the 2012 Garden City Literary Festival. We spoke and exchanged thoughts. He later read at the Poe... +

Fashion versus Style

The key to personal style is understanding your individual beauty enough to know which looks will work for you and which probably won’t. - Stacy London 

Let us get this straight: K... +

How do your clothes make you feel?

Have you ever looked in the mirror after dressing up and felt like a million dollars, not because your clothes cost that much but because something about the entire ensemble made you feel all warmi... +

Protective hairstyling

Itís that time of the year again when protecting the hair is of utmost importance. Protective hairstyling helps the hair rest from chemicals, physical disturbances (pulling and tugging at the roots... +

Empowerment through scholarship

Right from the Stone and Ice age to the present world, the existence of humanity has always been evolving based on a mixture of inspiration and knowledge, a collaboration that gave us education. Th... +

World Cup: stage is set

The 2010 FIFA World Cup held in South Africa came with the thrills, the ecstatic fans, the dance, the jaw-dropping dribbles, the memories and above all the honey-beebuzzing and deafening sound of t... +

A huge mess

How are we? Okay, I agree, this is a strange way to start an article, but itís because of the strangeness of the topic I have in mind. I donít even know what it should be called thatís why I gave i... +

The excitement of pet names

This title is so self-explanatory, I couldnít think of anything more. I was just smiling to myself when thinking about the strange pet names Iíve been called of recent. I was never one for words th... +

Effective classroom management

Managing a classroom can be likened to administering or leading a nation of diverse languages and cultures with their different needs. The laws, constitution and policies that govern them may be th... +

All hail Serena

When a tennis player wins a tournament, itís the time to be on cloud nine; that superhuman feeling. But for Serena, the feeling was normal like any other day because she had mastered the game so we... +

Chlamydia Infection: A common STI

Chlamydia infection is a very common sexually transmitted infection (STI) caused by the bacterium Chlamydia trachomatis. Chlamydia is the most common curable STI worldwide, and is passed on from on... +

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