FINAL MOMENT OF LIFE: HERO DIED ON ACTIVE SERVICE.

It’s often the belief in interfaith circle that a man’s last deed on earth is usually a template or a fulcrum upon which God would judge him either for good or for bad. And which is why it is added that he who endureth to the end is he who (as a candidate for paradise) shall eventually be saved….

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Tammana Nishitha LOADED WITH WORDS

Who I am? Is her quest. Who knows me? Is her task. Who will she become ? Is her mission. She could’ve been anything but she chose to be her. When thoughts and emotions took the form of words, words filled the mind joining to form a flow of sentences that is when she says she picks her pen,…

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Who I am? Is her quest. Who knows me? Is her task. Who will she become ? Is her mission. She could’ve been anything but she chose to be her. When thoughts and emotions took the form of words, words filled the mind joining to form a flow of sentences that is when she says she picks her pen,…

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*EVERYDAY ANNOYANCE*

 I really feel annoyed and irritated when someone sends me all these shortened forms of words. I always wonder that all mobile phones have an inbuilt dictionary and as soon “Whe” is typed it gives the word “Where”. But still, a large number of people resort to using only a shortened form of words. I don’t find this fancy…

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ONLY FOOLS SEEK CERTIFICATE.

  Do you note the craze for certificates in this our so-called modern age and the attendant rackets accompanying it? Note how people are clamouring for men and women of reputation rather than men and women of character in every sphere of our life, particularly in our political landscape. People are glad to shield their private lives from the…

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ONE MORE TIME, THE NATIONAL QUESTION

  (A SPEECH DELIVERED BY PROFESSOR DAVID OLA OKE ON THE OCCASION OF THE BOOK ‘JOURNALISTS AND THE HAND OF GOD’ BY OLALERE FAGBOLA; PUBLIC PRESENTATION AT IYAGANKU, NUJ, IBADAN, DEC, 18, 1992) Once upon a time, if Nigerian newspapers like the Daily Express, the West African Pilot, the Nigerian Tribune, or even the better fed government-owned Morning post…

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