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Winning the prize

I officially graduated from my Masters degree program in the year 2019. Although the program ended early 2018. When the school released the convocation ceremony date, I wasn’t really...

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No room for laziness: Joshua Mike Bamiloye tells young folks

This week on spotlight, we have an amiable guest in  our midst. This is one informative interview you’ll enjoy the read. Come along with me! TELL US ABOUT YOURSELFMy name is Joshua Mike-Bamiloye...

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7 WAYS TEENS CAN STAY BUSY DURING THIS CORONA VIRUS LOCKDOWN

Sometimes, it feels crazy maintaining a positive attitude during this period of lockdown. With schools on hold and friends far away, boredom has become the popular language of most teens. I know we...

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How I came to love the food I used to hate

If someone told me I would come to love the food I used to hate, I would probably tell the person it was never going to be. I’m not really a foodie so to say but I like good food. Who doesn’t?...

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Looking back at 2018: My year in retrospect

Looking back at 2018, I would say the year wasn't rosy like other years. It was characterized by myriad of ups and downs. Through it all, my heart is filled with gratitude as I review the...

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7 Things I'm Grateful For This Year

  At the end of each year, I reflect on the blessings and lessons of the year. The year has been an eventful one I must say and yea, 2018 would be a year to remember. Despite the things that...

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ASUU STRIKE: Six productive things to do during the strike

  If you went through the four walls of any government-owned tertiary institutions in the country, you would have experienced at least one strike action by the Academic Staff Union of...

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A letter to my teenage self!

Dear Oreoluwa,   I'm writing this to you in retrospect. I wish you knew these things when you needed them. But it's okay, we learn to accept the things we cannot change and learn...

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DOBI FOUNDATION TEENAGE CONFERENCE 3.0: Funto Ibuoye, others to speak at conference

The DOBI TEENAGE FOUNDATION, pioneered by  Deborah Famuwagun and her team will on the 20th of October, 2018, host about 300 girls for her annual teenage conference, this being the third in a...

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Dear young girl, you are made for more!

  Two years ago, I was on National Youth Service to my dear nation. During this period, I was posted to a secondary school in one of the rural areas of Edo state. Now, this particular school...

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