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Odilim Enwegbara

The truth is that every great people must first lose their direction several times before finally finding the right direction. That’s how every fallen great nation can rise to greatness. And now that Nigeria has fallen to the bottom pit, isn’t it time it began the inevitable rise? The same hands nature used to force Nigeria down the bottom pit, it will soon be used in guiding us to a quick rise.

Idang Alibi

Many concerned compatriots have, rightly, decried the high level of hate speeches and messages contained in the current electioneering campaigns which have done much to poison the atmosphere and giving rise to the high level of tension in the polity.
The media have also been carpeted as complicit enablers of the politicians in this dangerous game that is threatening to tear the nation apart. The desire by many Nigerians to leave their current places of aboard outside their homelands and escape to the presumed safety and security of their villages is the direct result of the palpable sense of violence in the air.

BILKIS BAKARE

Cancer, also known as malignant neoplasm and the most feared word and disease in the world, is the uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells in the body. It can also affect nearby parts of the body and more distant parts through the lymphatic system or the blood stream.
There are over 200 different types of cancer that affect humans.  The disease has been around as long as mankind but only in the second half of the 20th century did the number of cancer cases exploded.

Tayo Ogunbiyi

Vision, according to the Strong’s Concordance Dictionary is “a sight (mentally), i.e., a dream, revelation, a mental image, or an invisible inspiration”. Vision motivates, directs and inspires. The centrality of vision in all human endeavours is better illustrated with a declaration from the Holy Bible to the effect that where there is no vision the people perish. So, developing a vision is an issue of great importance.

Ejike Anyaduba

It is patently clear that a syndicate that specializes in defamatory writings has converged on Anambra as a scene of desolation. They have come together to vilify the government of Anambra State with so much hate. Their malignant pieces are fast metastasizing and if unchecked, with equal rage, may debilitate their target.

Tayo Oagunbiyi

Vision, according to the Strong’s Concordance Dictionary is “a sight (mentally), i.e., a dream, revelation, a mental image, or an invisible inspiration”. Vision motivates, directs and inspires. The centrality of vision in all human endeavours is better illustrated with a declaration from the Holy Bible to the effect that where there is no vision the people perish. So, developing a vision is an issue of great importance.

Ejike Anyaduba

It is patently clear that a syndicate that specializes in defamatory writings has converged on Anambra as a scene of desolation. They have come together to vilify the government of Anambra State with so much hate. Their malignant pieces are fast metastasizing and if unchecked, with equal rage, may debilitate their target.

BILKIS BAKARE

Helen Adam Keller, an American author and the first deaf-blind person to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree, once noted that while blindness cuts people off from things, deafness cuts victims off from people. Hearing loss is not just an ailment of old age; it can strike at any time and any age, even childhood. For the young, even a mild or moderate case of hearing loss could bring difficulty learning, developing speech and building the important interpersonal skills necessary to foster self-esteem and succeed in school and life.

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