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Category: Fiction/Non fiction | 4 months ago 314 View (s)

SISSY’S PAL: EPISODE ONE

“Hey!” “Hi!” Sissy had seen his feet approaching towards her but she pretended not to have noticed. She wanted to be alone; it did not matter to anyone if she was non-existent anyway – her waking and sleeping thought every day, it was. “Happy birthday to you, my lady,” the figure standing in front of her said, jolting her back to the present. S...


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Category: Me2u | 5 months ago 210 View (s)

5 ways to developing an effective study group

Study groups have proven to be an effective tool in educational systems. Students do engage in it in preparation for presentations, examinations and general learning. No doubt, it is an acivity that has made impact in our educational systems. Study groups help students see things from different perspectives with regards to a topic. It also helps make concepts clearer for students that have difficu...


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Category: Fiction/Non fiction | 5 months ago 471 View (s)

Love me; don't lust after me

“The trees bow to the magnificence of my love -” “Can love be magnificent?” She sounded amused. “Of course, it can be.” “Cut to the chase, please.” “Err, okay, I love you.” She smiled sheepishly and with all the courage she could muster, she looked into his eyes. “I don’t love you – too.” Her eyes...


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Category: Me2u | 5 months ago 394 View (s)

FLASH BACK SATURDAY: MY FIRST FLIGHT EXPERIENCE.

My first flight in the air was one scary experience of my life. I was travelling from Lagos back to Imo state, Nigeria in 2009. Basically, school brought me to Lagos. I came to sit for an examination after which I was to return to my base where Mom and the rest of my siblings stay. My dad was working in Lagos then. Being my first time travelling that long distance, Dad didn’t want to expo...


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Category: Parents corner | 6 months ago 499 View (s)

Mother-Daughter relationship: 9 tips in curbing teenage pregnancy

  Each passing day, it seems difficult to raise a female adolescent in this age. You wouldn’t compare the speed things move in our generation with the generation of our forefathers. Times have changed and things are moving so fast. This means that a lot of work awaits mothers (and fathers too) and there is a high need to be empowered enough to conquer the challenges that comes with r...


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