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Belarus gasping for cultural identity

“Belarus’ President Alexander Lukashenka said in 1994 that the Belarusian Language was a poor one, unfit for expressing anything grand,” elucidated Igar Gubarevich, a senior analyst of the Ostrogorski Centre in Minsk. Katerina Barushka, a reporter for The Guardian in Minsk, enthused at a public presentation on Wednesday 28 January …

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Practice continues upon ban on FGM

A fair skinned lady at a seminar in Oyo State narrates her story: The severe ordeal of bleeding, shock, leakage of urine and faeces she has been passing through since her clitoris was cut off at the age of 6. In what is called Female Genital Mutilation, FGM; or Female …

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Boosting Electricity Grid, Economy Via Renewable Energy

Renewable energy is taking domination in Nigeria with the country targeting to accomplish 7 percent renewable energy use by 2025. With the aid of Solar energy, the country is working to provide power security to about 160 million of her population and boost her economy. The solar energy project is …

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Transition Committee: David West In The Nigerian Struggle

“WE should educate the people of their rights; encourage a healthy, moral attitude toward money; rebelling against a bad law and bad leaders is an act of God.” – David-West. That the President-elect, General Muhammadu Buhari has inaugurated a 19-member Transition Committee to network with its Federal Government equivalent to …

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Impact Of Noise Pollution On Our Health

IT is noise pollution everywhere in Nigeria. Some persons think that it is normal to make noise or that they are immune to noise. As a result of this, many people are suffering from hearing problems, especially children. According to Momoh Suleiman of _Daily Trust_, rowdy market scenes, the whining …

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Making Buhari A Saint For Wearing Hat To Church

I’ve read a lot of denigrating words from people I do not know concerning the fact that General Muhammadu Buhari has made appearances in churches these days in pursuit of his presidential ambition, wearing his hat. These persons were not just speaking, owing to the undertone in their sentences that …

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Aunty Grace Flogged Me For Eating On The Road

AUNTY Grace flogged me that day. I’ve ever lived to remember that. It’s the day grandmother sent me to the market. She said that I should use the Kobo and buy moi-moi and eat. It’s when moi-moi was foiled in plantain leaf. Milk cup wasn’t then used to make moi-moi. …

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Before Buhari’s Age Becomes A Curse

SENIOR citizens should be treated with respect. It is in our values to revere and respect old people and not to make jokes of them no matter the situation. We are not operating a culture where old age is seen as a crime and the old ones confined in homes …

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Children At The Mercy Of Malnutrition

THE Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition had accounted that at least 10 million children are affected by stunting in Nigeria. This is excluding 11.7 million children approximated that will be affected by stunting by the year 2025. It’s manifest that unending consequence of malnutrition will befall the mental and physical …

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Lessons Nigerians Must Learn From Hate Speech

Genocide is a product of premeditated thought, mostly caused by spiteful comment against a person, gender, religion, sexual course, country, state, local council, village town and so forth, extremely fuelled by political undertone. Such a comment is malicious and known as Hate Speech. A speech like that has led countries …

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