Category Archives: FRIENDS

DON’T GIVE UP YET

Hello everyone. I want to thank you for the support shown to the guest writers we had here last month. Allow me to use this opportunity to also apologise for not writing anything last month, I’m currently in the middle … Continue reading

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MISPLACED PRIORITY

Hello people, this month’s second post is from a friend of mine, Bernard John Terna, do read, enjoy and we hope to hear from you as you drop your views in the comment section. In life, the greatest tragedy is … Continue reading

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FREEDOM FROM MENTAL SLAVERY

Today’s post is by Douglas Oyakhire, enjoy it and don’t forget that the comment box is always open. “We are going to emancipate ourselves from mental slavery because whilst others might free the body, none but ourselves can free the … Continue reading

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A BROKEN HAND, AN UNBROKEN WILL

“Life handed him a lemon, As Life sometimes will do. His friends looked on in pity, Assuming he was through. They came upon him later, Reclining in the shade In calm contentment, drinking A glass of lemonade.” – Flynn, Clarence … Continue reading

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PAUCITY

BY SULAIMAN BELLO My brother was a loud snorer, comparing the level of the noise his snore generated with that of the barber’s never silent generator during the day was within bounds, and that night I am sure he was … Continue reading

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YOUR TIME YOUR LIFE

There is the timeless song by Mike Okri that I listen to often, it says, “Time na money o, time na money (3ce); make you use your time well, no waka-waka, no gossip-gossip, no spoil another man, use your time … Continue reading

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SHADOWS AND SILHOUETTES

BY: SULAIMAN BELLO The early morning sun was brighter than usual, the day was cold and dry outside. characteristics of the harmattan season. Duro yawned and stretched, cursing the morning for coming so fast. The cold had made the sleep … Continue reading

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