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Tag Archives: Challenging

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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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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OFFICIAL PERK vs PERSONAL POSSESSION

Bon jour, Today’s opening greeting takes me down memory lane when I was a student of French in the secondary school and also during a basic certificate course in the University of Ibadan some few years ago. Bon jour means ‘Good morning’. Kindly allow me to say this; October 29, …

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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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AISLE vs WINDOW

Dear Friends, Welcome to a new week. Hope you had a great weekend? I am delighted to be here again. Yoruba and Owambe* things can hardly be separated. There are times when there are more than one event during the weekend and what determines the choice of attendance is based on the …

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MINE vs OURS II

Elders of our time, I am starting today’s article acknowledging the Elders; this usually done in cultural settings when you are showing respect to traditional chiefs etc, but may I quickly add, by the virtue of official and ecclesiastical positions, many young people have become elders. Every parent wants the …

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MINE vs OURS I

Dear friends, It is a pleasure coming your way again this week. Hope you had a nice weekend? I enjoy doing what I do as I have seen my creative self delving into many times at the same time and I am seeing results. I will also want to appreciate …

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CONTRACT STAFF vs PERMANENT STAFF

Siku Njema, That is Good day in Swahili language, South Africa. Hope you had a great week? I feel so blessed every July because I have landmark accomplishments that last a lifetime, to be precise, I got a job in July; got married and many more. I appreciate God for …

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