The changing and increasingly disastrous phases of rape
Governments, civil society, law enforcement agents, the courts, and parents need to take the issue of rape very seriously today.
Woman With Biggest Lips In The UK Explains How She Makes Money
Woman with "the biggest lips in the UK", Sofia Lips, has already spent £50,000 on plastic surgery, and she has no plans to stop any time soon. She has had numerous cosmetic procedures to her lips, cheeks, chin, and jawline, as well as an eyebrow lift, lip lift, two nose jobs, veneers, and Botox. She…
When a sibling dies
The loss of a sibling is a natural occurrence. Just like giving birth. But as we know sibling loss is usually a painful experience. It is a minus in the family, a minus in relationships.
FDIs drop as ‘hot money’ dominates Nigeria’s $5.85bn imported capital in Q1
Nigeria’s ability to attract sustainable foreign direct investments (FDIs) remained weak, as the bulk of imported capital continues to be dominated by portfolio investments
The danger of celebrity cult - Part 1
In the heart of every youth is an idol, which he adores, and which unknowingly affects his loyalty to God. The idol is not a carved image, but the image of a celebrity or icon after whom he patterns his life. That image looms so large that it prevents him from giving his total allegiance…
Acceptable worship - Part 1
Have you ever considered that there is a possibility of us ‘sacrificing’ to the Lord without ever ‘sacrificing’ anything really to Him? Do you really know that God has the exclusive right to accept or reject a sacrifice of worship? Sacrifice can be in the form of time, effort, talent, materials, praise or money. The…
How the poor can become rich
For the poor man to become rich, he has to unlearn his wealth rejecting habits and focus on what is left.
‘Don’t allow any employer demand money, sex to give you a job’- Yewande Jinadu
In 2017, Nigeria ranked 122th out of 144 countries in the Global Gender Gap report. Women are more adversely affected by economic and educational challenges compared to the average Nigerian.
Don’t be in hurry to make money, Magu advises Nigerians
The Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Ibrahim Magu, has advised members of the public against being in haste to make money and also against the desire to make it at all cost.
Until you change your mindset, money won’t help you!
Louise L. Hay once said, “I do not fix problems. I fix my thinking. Then problems fix themselves.” I normally tell people around me that when people come to you for help, don’t be in a haste to reach out to them with money, instead, check out their mindset.