I DON’T SHARE IN THIS

I DON’T SHARE IN THIS

The outcome of Osun has brought one thing — national pessimism. We’ve lost faith in our democracy. We’ve realised that it is a fraudulent charade. That it does not, in actuality, exist. . Those with whom I spoke about the election did not allow me to say Jack Robinson before screaming the utter worthlessness of the PVC. Buhari would win anyway. If one defeats him in a free and fair exercise, could one also outplay…

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Dr Uche makes shocking discovery about a white woman who approached and speak Igbo to him in London

Dr Uche makes shocking discovery about a white woman who approached and speak Igbo to him in London

An Igbo Doctor in the UK, Dr Uche Anyanwagu received the shock of his life when an old white lady came up to him to speak fluent Igbo to him. During their conversation, he made an interesting discovery about her. According to Dr Uche Anyanwagu, the lady whose name he later discovered is Nkechi Rosalind Colwell, tapped him, then asked him for his state of origin in fluent Igbo. When he replied, she told him…

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A TAP and A TOUCH by Uche Anyanwagu

A TAP and A TOUCH by Uche Anyanwagu

Precisely three weeks ago, I had a tap on my back shortly after a Church service in London. As I turned to behold at whose behest, I saw an elderly lady on a wheel chair. . . Her words were simple, straight and shocking – “I bụ onye Igbo?” (Are you Igbo?) . . I stared at her with my mouth agape, not sure if she was the one who asked. I felt I had…

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Enugu State @ 27

Enugu State @ 27

Ndi Enugu, On the historic occasion of the 27th Anniversary of the creation of Enugu State today, we wish to sincerely express our profound joy and gratitude to the God of Abraham, God of Isaac, God of Jacob and the awesome God of David for the journey so far. We thank Ndi Enugu, the true heroes of democracy for the mandate they graciously gave to us to pilot the affairs of the state, and for…

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OF DRIBBLERS AND THE DRIBBLED

OF DRIBBLERS AND THE DRIBBLED

Election is again knocking around. In the past few weeks, we have borne witness to the most galling manifestation of abject want of principle from the masters who straddle our national destiny. They have shown in unpretentious ways that it is not about the country. Every man of them is dashing, with unprincipled desperation, to where his bread would be buttered. It is, after all, a game of interest. These politicians are not betraying this…

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Tales by Doctors “Once in a “Lab Test”

Tales by Doctors “Once in a “Lab Test”

“Medical Myths – Tales by Doctors” Once in a “Lab Test” . . – Uche Anyanwagu . . Nne fell ill most times and was in the habit of treating malaria every two weeks. She does this without any examination or investigation. . . Once any little symptom shows up, this Worried-well prepares a cocktail of medicines and dish it out to her well-deserved sick body in a three-course meal. . . Nne is a…

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Black June For Nigerians

Black June For Nigerians June started, with Nigerians hoping that we would at least reach Semifinal. Our hopes became heightened when psychic pig and cat made predictions that we would reach Semifinal. That changed as the month progressed. Super Eagles painfully exited from The World Cup after losing to Argentina in the Group Stages. The psychic cat and pig may have been high on Tramadol, when the predictions were made. As if that was not…

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Lax Attitude Of The Safety Personnel To Work In Nigeria

Lax Altitude of the Safety Personnel In Nigeria Nigeria seems to be one country that has refused to work, except in the illegal aspects like corruption and killings. Every government agency is fraught with problems, and inefficiencies. Take a walk into a public enterprise and there is the tendency that you would shake your head at the state of disrepute of the enterprise. Indiscipline is the order of the day, as it is common to…

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Ahmed Musa: The Subtle Division In The Team

Ahmed Musa: The Subtle Division In The Team

Ahmed Musa: The Subtle Division In The Team When Nigeria won Iceland, many Nigerians started praising solely Ahmed Musa, ignoring the fact that it was a team work. Many started tooting his horn, asking him to marry them or their sisters. Some went as far as creating a political campaign picture for him, saying he could do better as a Nigerian President. ‘Ahmed Musa for President come 2019.’ Many chanted. Some even added Musa or…

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We Celebrated Too Early!

We Celebrated Too Early!

We Celebrated Too Early! When the World Cup started, Nigerians were expectant we would advance past the Group Stage. ‘No be Croatia and Island, we go defeat them.’ Many thought. The fact that our jersey was ranked the best among the competitors increased the expectation of Nigerians. Then the first match started, and our hope started declining rapidly. Croatia started using mathematics to play us on the field, barely letting our players’ legs touch the…

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