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Profligacy or Frugality? Choose one

Written By: Tayo Faloye. Anyone can choose to show off acquisitions or spend his/her money the way it pleases them. As long as they have not been fingered in anything illicit or criminal, preferred lifestyle is an individual choice. Nobody deserves to be dehumanized for flamboyantly expressing themselves and their …

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CANINE CHRONICLES (2)

The Parvovirus Saga! – written: Tayo Faloye I was raving when our dog caught the killer Parvo disease. How could it have happened when she had started getting her vaccines and received two shots already? The third shot was a bit delayed due to a sudden scarcity at the period, …

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CANINE CHRONICLES (1)

Written by: Tayo Faloye. In one of the zest of youthfulness years ago, I recollect visiting the house of a prominent couple who were close friends with our mother and like an extended family to request for a puppy from the dad who was a very wealthy man. One of …

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HELP SAVE KATE’S LIFE

Kate James is a young hardworking single mother. She took ill sometimes in 2019 and was misdiagnosed for Ulcer, which she had been treating till February, 2020. Upon further examination by a doctor and lab tests, it came to fore she had LIVER Problem. Due to the Covid19 lockdown, accessibility …

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DISCORDANT PROPHECIES & THE YEARLY RITUAL

– by Tayo Faloye. As 2019 came to an end and a new year, 2020, begins in earnest, Nigerians are once again getting inundated with a plethora of predictions and permutations veiled as prophecies from some of our so-called clerics especially pastors about the new year. It has become a …

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MY SONGS OF GRATITUDE (2)

Not long after I was interviewed and published by a publication, the Sickle Cell News Journal (sicklecellnews.com), the publisher of the magazine got in touch again to inform me somebody else would also love to have a word with me and if he was free to share my contact info. …

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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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