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  • ‘She gave me a strange invitation’

    Dear njigirl, I met this nice looking girl in a club and she invited me to her home. When I asked for the address she would not text it instead told me to just come and she would give me directions on the phone. I think this is weird but can’t put a finger on…

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  • Tips for better relationships in 2018

    2018 is just round the corner and many people are already busy making our resolutions. Bu what about love resolutions? Have you made any? Even if you are happy with the way things are going in your relationship, there is always room for more fun and excitement to make it even stronger. So, here we…

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  • Late achievers: you are not alone

    Many people started 2018 worried about their achievement levels in life but the last two weeks have offered an opportunity to understand why some people are late achievers in life. This is the concluding part of the series on Late Bloomers. A late blooming adult is a person who does not discover his/her talents and…

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  • How ethical are you?

    Mama Taraba, Senator Aisha Jummai Alhassan has murdered sleep. Not with physical weapons as William Shakespeare’s Macbeth, but by social blunder. The current Minister of Women Affairs and Social Development is no political neophyte. Even in the vexatious issue of affirmative action, which dogs the step of female participation in Nigerian politics, Mama Taraba parades…

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  • Benue Bloodbath

     The untold story From MURPHY GANAGANA, Jos Sunday, December 31, 2017 was a holy day for Rev. Fr. Tyagher Godwin, parish priest of St. Augustine Quasi Parish, Umenger, Guma Local Government Area of Benue State, and he woke up with excitement. It was a day that marked the end of last year and he expected…

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  • I lost my wife, son and mother -Victim

    By LINUS OOTA For Mr. Mathias Ushenge 47, a father of four, it’s something else. Though he survived the gory killing, right now he is a living dead, a walking corpse, life has no meaning for him any more as his aged mother, wife and his first son perished in the attack. “As I talk…

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  • Herdsmen invasion: Prepare to repel attacks –Dr. Bo

    Says it’s genocidal From MURPHY GANAGANA, Jos In this interview, Dr. Daniel Bo, a lecturer in the Department of Mass Communication, Benue State University, speaks on the recent attacks on Tiv communities and the way forward. Excerpts: What is the root of the herders’ attacks in Benue? When you look at trends, when the renewed…

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  • Police officer accused by in-laws of complicity in wife’s death

    I have no hand in her death, she died from an ailment –Husband From Rose Ejembi, Makurdi The parents of late Torkwase Queen Awuna, have sustained the allegation that her death was caused by the frequent beatings and dehumanizing treatment (neglect and starvation) she got from her husband, Iorember Ade, a police officer under the…

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  • Dangerous homeward journeys

    Risks people who close late from work face By Olakunle Olafioye The time was few minutes before 11p.m, yet the Under Bridge bus stop at Oshodi, Lagos, was still bustling with crowd of people most of who were passengers waiting impatiently for the next available vehicles on their way home. It was not out of…

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