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Sinem Bilen-Onabanjo

26 Feb
As we are possibly on the brink of World War 3 with Russia invading, as much as I worry about the impact of conflict on an already fragile world, I can’t help but feel infuriated by the so-called jokes...
5 Feb
Have you ever felt like you’re a fake? Or that you’ve got a table at the seat by fluke? As women, we often question or skills and the positions of influence those skills have got us.
29 Jan
It’s hard to believe we are almost a whole month into the New Year. Trying to stick to New Year’s resolutions while trying to survive what feels like the longest month of the year with too much month at the end of your money...
30 Oct 2021
I had an epiphany in the last week. With calendar pages swiftly falling away and time pacing towards the end of the year, it is all to easy to reflect on the year we’ve had and perhaps feel slightly upset that it didn’t deliver us from the evil that was the 2020
23 Oct 2021
The day Tiwa Savage’s ‘Somebody’s Son’ video came out, one of the hot topics was her body – little did we know then we’d be talking about a much different video in just a few days..
2 Oct 2021
It’s surprising to see just how many people get to the much-coveted position of leading a team without really having a clue about leadership.
24 Jul 2021
According to Alexa, it is currently 28.3 degrees in my kitchen. According to Google, the ideal indoor temperature is 23 degrees.
26 Jun 2021
Following the murder of Chief Executive Officer of Super TV Michael Usifo Ataga and the arrest of 21-year-old University of Lagos student Chidinma, who was allegedly his girlfriend and killed him after he got violent....
3 Apr 2021
April is one of my favourite times of the year. While the Spring equinox is officially in March, for me it is the first day of April that heralds the end of a season and the start of a new one.
6 Mar 2021
“It is a man’s world…” goes the lyrics of the infamous James Brown’s song. Perhaps, not the best way to start an article two days before International Women’s Day. Do bear with me though.
13 Feb 2021
After a three-week marathon of my life lessons, today marks the end of the 40 odd lessons I’ve learned in 40 odd years I am happy to share.
6 Feb 2021
Another weekend, another set of life lessons as I make my way down the list of what I’ve learned so far in my forty odd years in this world.

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The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has expressed concern over comments credited to the Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), Olukayode Ariwoola, wherein he was reported to have dabbled into the internal affairs of the PDP.
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Enugu State Governor, Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi, has underscored the need for Enugu State University of the Science and Technology (ESUT) to re-invent and re-commit to its founding objective...
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The Presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar has promised to reverse the decline in critical sectors of the productive areas of the economy.
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The Advent Season is the beginning of the Church Year. It begins on the fourth Sunday before Christmas Day (Dec 25), which is the Sunday nearest to November 30, and ends on Christmas Eve (Dec 24).