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LATCH IN vs LOSS OUT

Watu Wangu, I have gone as far as Kenya today to bring you greetings by saying, ‘My People’ in Swahili language. Good to speak to you again on this platform. As a strategic communicator, I will want to teach you something today, do not deviate from the key messages regardless …

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OFFICER vs OFFICE

Hi,It has been a while that I came this way. Thank God for keeping us till day. I hope you had a wonderful Easter celebration- the holiday afforded me the opportunity to visit different families I have not seen in recent times.  It was a fulfilling experience.As norm, I will …

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LAWS vs ACQUIESCE

M kana mon, I have come to you today in the similitude of a Gokana man, one of the languages in Rivers State, Nigeria meaning “I salute You”, while you will respond with “E zira” meaning “We return your salute.” In Nigeria, there has always been endless complaints about non-adherence to …

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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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PARALYSIS VS ELLIPSIS

Kowure, This is my special morning greetings to you in Kulere language of Bokkos local government area of Plateau State, Nigeria. It is another good time to share with you. Hope you are earnestly looking forward to the end of the year- the most expensive and fun – filled time …

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EX-COMPARISON

We all live in a world of relationship but we should be careful that it should not lead us to sin. At one point in time or the other, young people usually have a loving relationship with the opposite sex. For diverse reasons, they break up. After breaking up, both …

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FOREWARNING vs RESCUING

Muli Shani, It is such a great opportunity coming your way again this week. Hope you have been making the best of this month? It’s way more than half, what have we achieved so far? I am saying “hi” in Bemba language of Zambia. I will be starting this edition …

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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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BLOATED EGO vs MASSAGED EGO

Makadini, Last week was defined by a friend as a ‘mid-term’ for workers, it was at the beginning of the second half of the year so the holiday felt so good, so short and I felt like it should continue. However, the economy suffered largely for it. I just greeted …

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