Opinion

Young People’s Corner with Amarachi

It’s The World Cup Again!!!

The world cup is an international football competition contested by the senior Men’s national team members of the Federation Internationale de Football Association. (FIFA). It is contested every four years. The current format for the Competition involves a qualification phase to determine which team qualifies for the tournament phase. 32 teams including the host nations partake in the Competition. The ...

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Tears from an Innocent Soul

When the news of the two priests, Frs Joseph Gor and Felix Tyolaha, from St. Ignatius Catholic Church, Ayar-Mbalom, in Gwer East Local Government Area of Benue state, who were bloodily murdered by suspected Fulani Herdsmen in Benue States went on air, the whole world especially the Catholic faithful thought that the windows of the Mercy of God had been ...

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One Night Only

“Something so right has got no chance to live, so let’s forget about chances…” Young Mimi sang sorrowfully the Lyrics of Jennifer Hudson in her song titled One Night Only as she watched herself drained on her sick bed. The bed she had prayed earnestly that a day would come when she will gladly and courageously stand from it. The ...

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Diary of a Streetwalker

Dear Diary, I hate to be called a streetwalker. I hate to accept that I walk my way through the streets to make a living. I also hate to know that I am a disgrace to womanhood. It makes my heart skip to know that a day shall come when I will be no more and no one will know ...

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Marriage is No Contract or Business

Last year, I witnessed the solemnization of matrimony of a young couple. The groom happened to be a man of the people and that attracted personalities from various areas of life. They both seemed happy as they tied the nuptial knot and walked down the aisle together. Gifts were showered on them and they danced exceptionally. I was happy and ...

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“No child should have to live in fear” – Pete

Hello pals, Hope you enjoyed our publication of ‘Benjamin, the Chinua of our time’. Lately, I was surfing the net and found a piece worth sharing, hope you will also find it interesting. “My earliest memory of my mum’s temper is from when I was a toddler and she was throwing books down the stairs at my dad. I was ...

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the Chinua of Our Time

I have always loved meeting young people who are making waves in the society. Just recently, I met another young and enthusiastic writer who I believe has his place in the literary and movie industry in the days to come. Here are some extracts I got from him, read on… For the intent of this interview, may you introduce yourself? ...

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Welcome to Unistress

By Francis Nwankwo, 08163415418 I can still remember crying to school on a number of days as a nursery school kid. I can also remember crying to my sister’s classroom for snacks or to seek refuge from bullies during my primary school days. School was an extreme of fun and stress. Interestingly, now a university student, schooling for me has ...

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Book Review

By Wole Oladimejir. I’ve got my copy of Isaac Newtøn Akah’s ‘Living in Gidi’. Here, Isaac looks through a tiny pin-hole at Lasgidi in all of its maddening chaos and intemperate glory. He humorously captures the strifes of a hustler in this maniacal city, from the weekend-ly owambes to the resourceful conductor we love, from the save-by-the-bell story of a ...

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My Untold Story

My name is Amina Ibrahim. A native of Garu Chibok Town, Chibok Local Government Area of Borno State, Nigeria. I am a Christian. I am a girl child and I love that identity. I am this girl with great passion for life. I love the Philosophy of life that says, ‘in every impossibility, there is possibility’. I guess that’s what ...

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