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The Battle of the Sexes: Who stays winning?

There is a huge outcry on violence against women in all parts of world. There has been protests, marches, seminars, advocacy… you name it. On social media, both individuals and groups have expressed disdain and anger towards the issue. Reactions concerning gender violence have always been mixed even though the majority moves for the motion to end gender violence. Same…

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Mental Health Issues in Nigeria- too Serious to be Downplayed

Mental health issues refer to any condition which causes serious disorder in a person’s behaviour, mood or thinking. Various mental health issues include depression, anxiety, eating disorders, schizophrenia, addiction, bipolar, mania, paranoia, obsessive compulsive disorder… too many to mention. Contrary to popular belief, it is not a white people problem neither is it for weak people only. There is a…

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Signs of Myopia in Nigeria: Worshiping and Revering Corrupt Politicians and Scandalous Clergymen

Myopia also known as shortsightedness is the inability to see farther than ones nostrils. This disorder can be corrected with the use of glasses or contact lenses but the myopia affecting Nigerians needs more than that. The first step in treating myopia is identifying the signs and then seeking a solution to correct the issues. In thinking, acting, behaving and…

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Nigerians are not Good People; Another Reason for Underdevelopment

I walked out of an office building (the secretariat precisely around 6:46pm on a Wednesday evening. If you know the federal capital territory well enough, you would be aware about 80% of government offices are situated in the central business district with about 50% of that 80% around the secretariat that’s beside, opposite and behind. Knowing Abuja well enough, I…

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