Láyípo Aso– Margret Oshinowo

As the world evolves, new creations tend to come into existence while ancient creations tend to go extinct. Láyípo Aso is not excluded from this growth. Láyípo aso is a lightweight, ancient container made from steel, designed in a cylindrical shape with a lid to protect its contents. Traditionally, this container is used to pack…

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Governance and Continuity in Nigeria’s Democracy: A Decade in View

In the past decade, Nigeria’s democratic landscape has undergone significant transformations, marked by both achievements and challenges in governance and continuity. As Africa’s most populous nation, Nigeria’s journey towards democratic consolidation provides valuable insights into the dynamics of political stability, institutional development, and governance reforms. **Electoral Processes and Political Stability** Over the last ten years,…

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Seven Tips On High Vitamin Fruits

GRAPEFRUIT Grapefruit is one of the healthiest citrus fruits. Besides being a good source of vitamins and minerals, it is known for its ability to aid weight loss and reduce insulin resistance. Also, eating grapefruit has been shown to reduce cholesterol levels and help prevent kidney stones. PINEAPPLE Among the tropical fruits, pineapple is a…

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Safety Tips during Rainy Season

The rainy season brings much-needed relief from the heat, replenishing water sources and nurturing the environment. However, it also presents various hazards that can impact daily life. Ensuring safety during this period requires awareness and proactive measures. Here are some essential safety tips to keep in mind during the rainy season. Firstly, driving during heavy…

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Take Active Control Over Cholera: Your Roles and Preventive Measures — Taiwo Olatinwo

Cholera, an acute diarrheal illness caused by the ingestion of food or water contaminated with the bacterium Vibrio cholerae, remains a significant public health threat in many parts of the world. While it can be life-threatening if not treated promptly, cholera is both preventable and manageable. Taking active control over cholera involves understanding your roles…

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Steps to Dealing with Stage Fright and Low Self-Esteem — Enoch Odesola

Public speaking and performing in front of an audience are common sources of anxiety. This anxiety, often referred to as stage fright, can be compounded by low self-esteem. However, with the right strategies, it’s possible to overcome these challenges and build confidence. Here are steps to effectively manage stage fright and improve self-esteem. Preparation and…

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Facing Quarrels in Love Relationships: Steps and Approaches — Taiwo Olatinwo

Quarrels and disagreements are inevitable in any love relationship. While they can be challenging, how couples navigate these conflicts can determine the strength and longevity of their bond. Handling disputes constructively not only resolves immediate issues but also deepens the understanding and connection between partners. Here are essential steps and approaches to facing quarrels in…

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The Uniqueness and Content of Nigeria’s Former Anthem: “Nigeria We Hail Thee” —  Taiwo Olatinwo

“Nigeria We Hail Thee,” Nigeria’s former national anthem, holds a significant place in the country’s history, encapsulating the spirit of a newly independent nation. Introduced in 1960, when Nigeria gained independence from British colonial rule, the anthem remained in use until 1978. Its lyrics, composed by Lillian Jean Williams, a British expatriate living in Nigeria,…

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