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How Often Do You Wash Your Undies? 

By Titilayo Kupoliyi Underwear, underclothing or undergarments are items of clothing worn beneath outer clothes, usually in direct contact with the skin, although they may comprise more than a single layer. They serve to keep outer clothing from being soiled or damaged by bodily excretions, to lessen the friction of outerwear against the skin, to […]Continue Reading
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When Lure to Japa Overrides Inheritance

By Titilayo Kupoliyi Proverbs 13:22 says “A good man leaves an inheritance to his children’s children.” This aphorism in the Holy Bible is conventional in many respects: society worldwide value bequeathing inheritance to the next generation. Such properties could be houses, lands, vehicles, farms, money, which parents feel with satisfaction, will help their children Continue Reading
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Imagine Being Thrilled Living in Basket

By Titilayo Kupoliyi The Big Basket building, in Newark, Ohio, was built as the headquarters of the Longaberger Company, an American manufacturer of handcrafted maple wood baskets and other lifestyle products The Longaberger basket building was birthed by Dave Longaberger  “I figured if Walt Disney could build an empire around a mouse, the Longaberger home […]Continue Reading
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Brightening Your Health with Dates

By Oluwayemisi Owonikoko Surely, you have heard of dates, had a glimpse of it, or have had the opportunity of consuming the fruit.  Whichever category you fall in, try tagging along with this article as it contains interesting mines. Dates date back to almost 5320 BC, and are basically tropical fruits that are grown on […]Continue Reading
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When Talent Beckons for Insight

By Taiwo Akinola How do you discover your talents? Find time to read this piece, and you will be gingered to discover your talents easily. What is talent? “Talent” is a natural ability to do something exceptionally, or an inbuilt in human life. Meanwhile, people mistaken talents to gifts, there is a difference between talents […]Continue Reading
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Meet Brazil’s Scary Eight-Foot Murderess

By Titilayo Kupoliyi Brazilian wandering spiders, also called armed spiders or banana spiders, belong to the genus Phoneutria, which means “murderess” in Greek. And it’s no wonder why it’s one of the most venomous spiders on Earth. Its bite, which delivers neurotoxic venom, can be deadly to humans, especially children, although antivenom makes death Continue Reading
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If we don’t deal with sexual violence and child marriage, they will deal with us – CSOs

Funmi Adekoya in this piece examines sexual and gender-based violence and Child Early and Forced Marriage as social menace that require concerted efforts to checkmate Sexual and Gender-Based Violence, SGBV, is any harmful act perpetrated against a person’s will, and that is based on socially ascribed differences between male and female. These include rape, domestic Continue Reading