EXTERNAL ADVISORY vs IN-HOUSE ADVISORY

Iniekiowei, If I were to be a singer, I would have been able to prove my dexterity with all the languages that I have used in greeting you; today I am fraternizing with my Ijaw friends from the Niger-Delta region by calling you, ‘my friend’. There is a certain organization …

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UNSERVICED USAGE vs SERVICED USAGE

Ovre me, Waking up on a Monday morning to see a Police officer break the windscreen of a commercial bus popularly called ‘danfo’, thereafter  boarding a bus where a passenger engage the bus driver and the conductor in a duel. This reminds me of the song of the late Fela …

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INDEPENDENT ADOLESCENCE vs PARENTAL GUIDANCE

Tubara, As a true Nigerian, I have coming in the similitude of an Ijaw man, I just said ‘hello’. Hope it has been a great weekend? Hope the zeal to make great success is still burning in you for 2016? Let’s not get tired from the first quarter of the …

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e-CHILDREN vs TRAINED CHILDREN

Eweso o, I am coming to you like an Ijebu man this afternoon asking ‘how are you doing?’ Hope you are doing well? Activities have started gathering momentum here and I hope it is the same at your own side. It is already February and if one is not careful …

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Awo vs ọgberi

Mo ki yin o! This greeting in Yorùbá means I salute you. It’s still a fresh year and I am looking forward to a great year. I will be using a lot of Yorùbá words which will not bore you but make you see things from the worldview of my …

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SOCIAL MEDIA EXPOSURE vs SOCIAL MEDIA PROFITABILITY

Salut, Hope your week had a great start? I am taking life, one step at a time and enjoying all the trills and frills associated with it. I have come to you with a French word today meaning, ‘hello’, the English equivalent of the word is ‘Salute’. After Salutation, we …

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STOOGE vs STAND OUT!

Morning, It is a great day and welcome to a new week. The year is just starting and I am sure we are all preparing as much as possible to attain God-ordained heights for us this year. There are many stories that we have heard about people who cannot exercise …

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FINISHING CARELESSLY vs FINISHING STRONG

Complements, Complements of the season! Hope you had a fun filled Christmas with your loved ones! We thank God for keeping us till this time of the year; regardless of how things are, we are assured of a blessed hope for a shining future ahead of us. All you need …

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NIGERIAN FACTOR vs LEADING PRACTICES

Okun, I am coming to you today in the Yoruba dialect of the Okun (an offshoot of the Yoruba domiciled around Lokoja, Egbe, Kabba) North-Central, Nigeria. It is a basic way of exchanging pleasantries. I am greeting you in their parlance become I have not been with you in some …

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ACQUISITION DRIVE vs MAINTENANCE CULTURE

Saanu nku, Blessed people! I am delighted to welcome you to the month of December. Like a dream, 2015 is coming to a halt in 30 days! How time flies! Time flies for healthy and busy people. May God come to the aid of those who are sick. Amen. Now …

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