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How DELSU Students Who Matriculated Were Treated Today

Photo: How DELSU Matriculants Were Treated This Morning .. Isn’t It Barbaric ?

Matriculations doesn’t worth this….. And I don’t think it happens in other Universities or at most not up to this extent. Feel free to air your opinions.

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How A Cancer Of Corruption Kills Nigeria (Video With Documentary Evidence)

In Nigeria, where corruption is part of daily life, police officers routinely demand bribes, local government leaders pocket money meant for schools and the former national security advisor is accused of stealing billions from the military. As part of a week-long series “Nigeria: Pain and Promise,” special correspondent Nick Schifrin reports on the challenges of fighting corruption.

How A Cancer Of Corruption Kills Nigeria (Vide

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Security Message For Nigerians

The festive season is usually characterized by increased criminal activities. Please be guided by the following tips:

1. Personal Security

* Keep a low profile, blend in and be alert to developments in your environment.

* Avoid known crime-prone areas and black spots.

* Avoid routine pattern of movements and late night outings. The more predictable your movements and schedules are, to and from places of leisure, entertainment, worship, shopping, schooling, the easier it is for a kidnapper to plan and execute your abduction.

* Avoid undue exposure, inclusive of your family members.

* Save emergency numbers on your phone with speed dial for easy cal Read More »

Top 5 Richest Comedians In Nigeria And What They Charge Per Show

Richest comedians in Nigeria: They may be the b*tt of their jokes. They could do anything but be serious. But they’re no fools. While you smile at home, they are rocking and dancing Gobe to the banks! From obscurity to fortune, these comedians are the biggest in the game. They are Nigerian’s top five richest comedians.

5. AY Comedian Comedian Call him a master of the arts. You won’t be wrong. He’s a lover of taste and distinction- and maybe money too! His AY Live annual show fetches him around N160 million. In popular demand, AY collects between N1 to N2 million per event, while his annual income is put at N280 million, with a net worth of N800 million, AY can surely boast of exotic cars and choice properties. Also Read More »

7 Sins That Lead To Self-destruction: Christians Must Avoid

When we receive Christ as our Lord and Savior, we know He has conquered sin in our life. It is through His death that our sins have been cleansed and no longer to be remembered. Jesus’ life makes the difference. “Blessed are they whose transgressions are forgiven, whose sins are covered. Blessed is the man whose sin the Lord will never count against him” (Romans 4:7-8.

Pride – quality or state of being proud – inordinate self esteem: “Pride goes before destruction, a haughty spirit before a fall” (Proverbs 16:18).

Gluttony – excess in eating and drinking: “for drunkards and gluttons become poor, and drowsiness clothes them in rags” (Proverbs 23:21).

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Common Lies Nigerians Tell Themselves About Nigeria

That Nigeria was once a great a country – It is common to hear Nigerian’s make statements like “our country will be great again”. This comment is quite delusional.
Nigeria, to the best of my knowledge has never been a great country. You may try to pass of some of our characteristics like population, ethnicity or the fact that we used to have groundnut pyramids in the past as greatness but reasonably, these things don’t make you great.
Examples of countries that were great are China and Argentina. They were both known to be highly prosperous countries in the past and unfortunately lost their prosperity as time went by.
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7 Things That Bring About Failure In Today’s Marriage

1. Emotional Immaturity. Emotionally immature people are the hardest to deal with. They can be extremely challenging, because they lack the ability to see life clearly and accurately, and to deal with it. They lack the ability to handle anger, disappointment, guilt, resentment, fear, jealousy, disappointment, grief, insecurity, and a myriad of other feelings appropriately.

2. Sex Before Marriage. Research using brain scans now shows powerful chemicals are released during sex that should create a powerful, everlasting bond.

“During sex with a men, women’s brain secretes oxytocin that causes them to bond emotionally to that man. This chemical is so overwhelming in a woman’s brain that just a 20-second hug can cause a female to become bonded to a male.

Both sexes get addictive doses of the pleasure-chemical dopamine that works out well for couples out to create lifelong marriages and stable families but the bonding, which acts like a Read More »

How Fake Pastors Swindle Teenagers At Kubwa

They are often seen hanging around commercial banks in corporate attires. Their dressing is not in any way suspicious as it makes them look like pastors or even the bankers. Their prime targets are mostly impressionable teenagers who visit the banks either to pay in or withdraw money.
Silver James is a member of this gang of criminals who specialises in swindling residents of Kubwa, one of the fast-growing satellite towns in the FCT, using spiritual means. He said he was introduced to the business by one of his friends who claimed to be a paint dealer in Abuja.
James, a 39-year-old painter in the eastern part of the country, said he was deceived into joining the gang after giving his friend the Read More »

8 Truths You Should Know If You Are Dating A First-born

1. We’re bossy. Like this song, yo. But for real, most oldest children are used to ruling the roost and telling their pep squad of little bro and sis’s what to do and how to do it. This works until said little bro and sis get old enough and put you in your damn place. But still, the bossiness remains.

2. We’re a little entitled. Our parents gave us every opportunity in the world and fawned over us and took more baby photos of us and were more careful the first time around with us, so we’re used to being treated a little special. Life, and all it’s hardships, have a way of chipping away at this perceived “specialness” but still, we got more attention than the rest of our siblings and it’s something that stick Read More »

Soyinka Boast: My New Book Will Draw Blood

The book, he said, would be his “vengeance” against “unprovoked assault of public lies” directed against him.

The popular playwright and essayist spoke at the formal inauguration of The Wole Soyinka Foundation, a retreat haven for writers.

He described InterInventions as “the nastiest book” he has ever written.

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