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MY SONGS OF GRATITUDE (1)

As the year draws to an end, I want to use this period to show gratitude to those who have made our experiences pleasant, memorable and fulfilling. I will start with a lady here who’s a friend, sister and an aburo. Based in the UK, she’s a SCD warrior with …

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Youths, Betting and Unemployment…

-by Tayo Faloye, August 13, 2019. This news rekindled an experience a few days back. I was leisurely strolling to an ATM centre from the office. As I walked, my eyes kept beholding vacancy adverts at strategic areas – walls, fences, poles, office & shop exteriors. They were basic openings …

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YOUTH CONUNDRUM IN NIGERIA

– by Tayo Faloye, August 8, 2019. I put a call to a copier guy. I had hurriedly requested and got his contact from where I bought my office copier. It just ran out of toner. Couldn’t figure how to extract the cartridge. There’s a new toner bottle available. Besides, …

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ELECTRICITY RACKETEERING

– By Tayo Faloye, April 9, 2019. I got back from the office yesterday evening to meet power supply. It was like a strange occurrence. I dashed into my wardrobe and tore out some shirts for quick ironing before some itchy fingers at NEPA switches it off again. They had …

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Anthony Joshua Reclaims Heavyweight Title In Style

– By Tayo Faloye. THE BELTS ARE BACK HOME Anthony Oluwafemi Joshua won his rematch bout against Andy Ruiz in style by paying homage to Nigeria (Naija), as usual, before the fight regaling spectators with Fela’s song, “Water No Get Enemy”, at the Diriyah Arena as he made his entry …

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THANK YOU

– Written by: Nora Oma Patrick Last year, my husband and I attended a couple’s program organized by our church. One of the activities that was organized for couples in attendance that caught my attention was the activity where couples were asked to tell each other through writing, ten things …

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A BLIND PANIC FLIGHT FROM FELA’S AFRIKA SHRINE

– Written by Tayo Faloye. Going back memory lane, I remember a day at Ikeja bus stop, by Under Bridge, in the wee hours of the morning we were returning from the Afrika Shrine, Pebble Street, after one of Fela’s electrifying Friday performances. Don’t let your imagination run wild yet. …

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