Being Text of a Speech Presented by Andy Akhigbe, Chairman, Netsocial Limited at The Prize Award Event of
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INTRODUCING THE STORRIED MONTHLY VISUAL STORYTELLING COMPETITION FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS (PROFESSIONALS, AMATEURS AND PHOTO ENTHUSIASTS)
THE 2017 NAIJA ENGLISH CHAMPIONSHIP PRIZE AWARDS
On Tuesday, March 6th, 2018 at Holy Child College, Ikoyi, It all went down great. We rewarded and celebrated 19 English Champions, 6 outstanding teachers, 6 great
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A woman spoke these words when she was being interviewed on television. She told the story of how she had waited so long for a child. She was running all over the place, doing all sorts of things that did not yield any results.
By Chinyere Vivian Akwuneche
…can’t an.ymo.re…tired… li.ving
I typed with shaky fingers. The sound of the touchpad broke the silence of the room. I ignored the broken words. My vision blurred; a single tear slipped and dropped on the screen.
The phone vibrated. My attention was drawn to an
By Lolu Elegbe
Yesterday, I joined a social media group discussion on a topic that came out of a request for advice from a parent. I (and a few others) held a very different view from I would say most on the thread. I’ve been wondering if I’m missing
By Obinna Ejide
“Mother, I resigned my job today.”
“What? What happened?” asked mother over the telephone.
“I can’t continue like this. I have to chase my dream. I hate what I do,” I replied ruefully.
THE POWER OF PERCEPTION – By Lolu Elegbe
There’s a saying that, “politics is perception and perception is reality”. Meaning no matter how much you’re doing, if the public can’t see it – either because you’re not communicating it well enough or because you