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MEASURE

Some years ago,This same measure,Got filled with halfOf the current rate.Generation Z knows notthe pain of my generation,While my generation pitiesOur Grannies,Who almost got it all for free,Who bought brand new carsBut now ride tokunbo cars,We love appreciation,Not depreciation,All our money spent,Without exceeding the same measure. 22:43 hrs28th December 2016 …

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INTERNALLY DISPLACED vs EXTERNALLY DISPLACED.

Abokina,In Hausa language, the lingua Franca of Northern Nigeria, it means my friend.  It is already turning white in some parts of the world and it is currently hazy here. I wish you a beautiful Christmas in advance.   As a country, we have been battling Boko Haram in the last few years …

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FIRST HUSBAND vs SUBSEQUENT HUSBANDS

E káasan, That’s the greetings of a Yoruba person which means ‘Good afternoon’. It has been some weeks that I last came this way but it is all for good! The tap is still gushing but the demand of this time makes it seems like it is seizing from my …

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ALL FORMS OF YORUBA ARTS CAN BE EXPORTED – Adedeji D.Tarnner

People in the Yoruba Creative Industry have been encouraged to hone their skills in order to export it to other countries where there are Yoruba speakers across the globe as this can be a source of foreign exchange. This was unveiled by Mr. Adedeji D. Tarnner, a prolific Yoruba writer …

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