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I AM ORIGINAL | Reminisces Of The Travails And The Triumphs Of Junior WAEC Examination I

At morning assembly, the school Proprietress addresses her students. She is incensed, as she paces in front of students. She glances in the direction of some students and her eyes … Continue reading

Nov 20, 2019 · Leave a comment

I AM ORIGINAL | Reminisces Of The Travails And The Triumphs Of Junior WAEC Examination II

On the morning of the first paper Mathematics, I entered the examination hall, hardly myself. I wrote the paper, while battling with consciousness. My determination to respond well and thoroughly … Continue reading

Nov 20, 2019 · Leave a comment

IGBO LANGUAGE | A Class In Architecture

This is a listicle of Igbo words for home resources and the corresponding translations in English language. Composition Of A House In Igbo Language. Ụlọ = House. Ọnụụlọ, imeụlọ, or … Continue reading

Nov 10, 2019 · Leave a comment

B2B CONTENT MARKETING | Getting It Right

You have established a business-to-business ~B2B enterprise and you seek to embark on a vigorous marketing campaign. You can do that offline or online. Corporations which are within a reasonable … Continue reading

Oct 14, 2019 · Leave a comment

IGBO LANGUAGE | A Class In Finance I

Let us travel back in time to the era tupu ego akwụkwọ [preNaira banknotes]. How were transactions determined and payments made? What were the modes of payment between consumers and … Continue reading

Oct 9, 2019 · Leave a comment

CRISIS MANAGEMENT IN BUSINESS | Why Negotiating With A Naysayer May Be Detrimental

Negotiating with a naysayer may be one of the worst choices available to business managers. This piece of advice works well with personal detractors, as well. In the world of … Continue reading

Oct 7, 2019 · Leave a comment

B2B TRANSACTIONS | How It Works

First of all, let us identify some terms, shall we? Transactions. A transaction is a business activity which brings together at least one buyer and one seller for the exchange … Continue reading

Oct 4, 2019 · Leave a comment

IGBO LANGUAGE | A Class In Mathematics II

We are still on Igbo numbering system. The previous class was on the decimal counting system of NdịIgbo, id est base 10. Today’s class explains the vigecimal traditional system on … Continue reading

Oct 2, 2019 · Leave a comment

IGBO LANGUAGE | A Class In Mathematics I

Let us dabble into Igbo numbering system. That sounds simple enough, until one realises the average Igbo speaker counts using English numbers. Igbo numbering system is compounded by a dearth … Continue reading

Sep 25, 2019 · Leave a comment

IGBO LANGUAGE | A Class In Geography

These geographical expressions are my suggestions for use in Igbo language. I added others, but lost them when my cellphone crashed. I become irritated, whenever I see an English word … Continue reading

Sep 18, 2019 · Leave a comment

MARIJUANA PLANTATION | An Alluring High

In Nigeria, there are plantations of plantain, palm oil, teak, et cetera. Now, comes the prospect of marijuana plantations. Advocates of marijuana cultivation present the intoxicant as a potential major … Continue reading

Aug 26, 2019 · 1 Comment

PLATONIC RELATIONSHIPS | An Awesome Dose

In society, the media, and movies, interactions between opposite sexes are so sexualised that the concept of a nonsexual and compassionate relationship between a male and a female appears to … Continue reading

Apr 8, 2019 · Leave a comment

Poll | PUBERTY

This set of polls is for both male and female participants. There is no age restriction to be eligible. Thank you for your participation.

Mar 14, 2019 · Leave a comment

Can Girls Play Football Better Than Boys? | SCORE 2

Chekeleke, Soar To The Heavens! There was a healthy competition between Noa and the boys in her circle of friends. Outside the field of academics, Noa’s discomfort with being overshadowed … Continue reading

Feb 3, 2019 · Leave a comment

Can Girls Play Football Better Than Boys? | SCORE 1

The title of this article asks Can girls play football better than boys? No, this is not about gender inequalities. Before we delve into this discourse fully, let us answer … Continue reading

Feb 3, 2019 · Leave a comment

STRANGERS | Stranded 1 – A Child Lost!

To keep this topic balanced and relate with children whose experiences with strangers cut across the spectrum, I shall narrate both positive and negative experiences with strangers, in my early … Continue reading

Aug 28, 2018 · Leave a comment

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