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JUDGING vs CORRECTING

Hi, It has been a while that I dropped by with some words on this platform.  It is always a privilege that I do not take for granted sharing some insights with you from time to time. Hope all is well with you and your loved ones? The second month …

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YOUR TERRITORY vs OTHERS TERRITORIES

E ku ayo odun o!I have come to you as a Yorùbá man greeting you with all pleasure now that we are in the New Year. May the year unfold with great goodies for us. Amen. There are many Nigerians in the gaol in different parts of the world not …

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FRIVOLITY vs NECESSITY

Mai Shamwari, I am excited coming your way again today after some weeks break. I have been on recess but I am not depressed. Life has different folds of challenges and I hope we are on top of all the pebbles thrown at us. I am saying ‘My People’ in …

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TATTOO vs LALI

Ior Av, It’s a wet Thursday in Lagos, Nigeria and I am glad it rained. People have been enduring the high weather temperature in the last few days. It is the day of relieve and we look forward to more relieve as the rainy season sets in fully. I have come …

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ÀBÍKÚ VS ÀLọ́YÈ

Ẹ kú ìkàlẹ̀, That greeting in Yorùbá that has no English equivalent! Let me give a scenario that can best describe when to greet in this manner; if you are walking pass an elderly person who is sitting down and you want to exchange pleasantries that is when you say …

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PRODUCTS vs CAVEATS

Morning, It is another opportunity to see today! I hope you are ready to make the best out of today? Well, let’s do a little self-appraisal, what has been your performance thus far since the beginning of the year? The year is gradually coming to an end; how would you …

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EMPLOYEES FAVOUR VS EMPLOYERS FAVOUR

Iba o, That is a way of paying homage and obeisance to Elderly people Yorùbá land.  Hope you are enjoying the challenges encountered daily? This would make us stronger, no doubt, because this is the reflector of the expertise that we have gained. Today, I will be looking at something …

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PREPARATION FOR MATURITY vs PRACTICAL MATURITY

Ikot Nyin, This means “My People’’ in Efik language of Cross River State, Nigeria. Hope you had a great weekend? I deliberately rested during this last weekend so that I would be refreshed for a new week. Just an appeal, I know that this age is fast moving but regardless …

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PLAYING ROLES vs REAL ROLES

Ndawatun, This is a popular greeting amongst the Kanuris’ of Borno State, North-East, Nigeria; however I do not know the meaning but the response is ‘Kelewa sele’ if you meet a black man with tribal marks that runs from the forehead to the nose and also another long one on …

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SHARP PRACTICES vs SHARP MINDS

Umu nnem, I am coming to you as an Igbo man today. I am saying, My People! I hope you are doing great? I had a fascinating weekend; I met new people as I hosted a Yorùbá event tagged “Yorùbá LákỌ̀tun”. There was poetry and an interview session with Ọmọ-Ọba …

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