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Will Willie Obiano Remain Loyal To Peter Obi?

Shortly after the Local Government poll in Anambra State which the ruling part All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) won in landslide, there seems to be a crack in the very cordial relationship between the godfather Governor Peter Obi and his godson and would-be successor Willie Obiano. Those close to the corridor of power in Government House Awka hints that the ...

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Battle For Soul Of Lagos: Obanikoro’s Comeback Agenda!

To the Yoruba nation it is a known fact that the relationship between proverb and words is like that of oil and yam. They must go together. Little wonder then why they say that “the ram that takes steps backwards obviously went to seek power” and surely when it surges forward again, its opponent must run for cover otherwise there ...

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Let’s Rally Round Woman With Quadruplets

Nigerians are good people with good hearts. Despite the fact that the economic situation in the country is harsh and that politicians have continued to make the country a difficult place to live, Nigerians still remain one of the best set of people in the world. Nigerians help even when they are not called to do so. They render helpful ...

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The Words Of Our Elders…

I grew up to understand that “words of our elders are words of wisdom” and that shaped my thoughts, behaviour and dealings with my elders. They are next to God, at least in the physical world. They are parents to all. I was also made to understand as a little boy that a man or woman in the same age ...

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Running An Orphanage Is A Spiritual Call –Dele George

 We met with the proprietor of Little Saints Orphanage and president, Association of Orphanage Owners in Nigeria (ASSOON), Rev. Mrs. Dele George. She throws more light on these issues and tells us more about orphanages in Nigeria, their association ASSOON and more. Exerpts… What motivated you to establish an orphanage? I am a minister of the gospel of our Lord ...

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Orphanages: For Business Or Humanity?

Lately orphanages around the country have been turned into business centers where all manners of ills are committed. From baby factories, brothels and child trafficking agencies. Our correspondent OGUNOJEMITE AYODELE and photographer FIDELIS ISIBOR’s investigation reveals more than meet the eyes… Orphanages are established in Nigeria to serve as a haven for orphans, less privileged and ostristic children. A place ...

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2015: Can PDP Get It Right In Imo?

By OgunojemiteAyodele The track is set and the race to Imo Government House has begun. Following the release of election timetable by the Attahiru Jega led Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), governorship aspirants have been making their intentions known since it is now clear that the incumbent governor Owelle Rochas Okorocha has declared that he will not be seeking a ...

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I Am Back To Rule-Adaz

Adabamu Abel, popularly known as “Adaz” had to leave the music scene for about 3 years due to contractual issues he had with his then record label, an action that he regrets. However, in a bid to make his way back, Adaz sprang into action, releasing some singles and videos to go with, which made it look like he never ...

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Quail: Next Best Thing

Ever wondered why there is a mad crave for Quail Eggs? Ever wondered what’s special about that little hard shelled substance that sells so much on the food stand? Well, here it is. Quail eggs are packed with vitamins and minerals. Even with their small size, their nutritional value is three to four times greater than chicken eggs. Quail eggs ...

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Keshi May Recall Yobo, Osaze For World Cup Camping

Super Eagles coach, Stephen Keshi may recall his captain Joseph Yobo and Osaze Odemwingie to join the rest of the squad that will be picked for the preparation of Brazil 2014 FIFA World Cup. Yobo recently moved to the EPL where he plays for Norwich City. Though the Fernebahce defender is on loan but Keshi’s body language signifies that a ...

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