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Attitudinal Change: Everyone's Assignment (Part 1)

Dotun Roy People say ‘Attitude’ is everything. Yes, I agree with them. It is 100 percent of who we are and what we become on the face of the earth, but are we making any effort to improve on that area of our attitude that probably needs improvement or simply put an adjustment? We need to stop deluding one another ...

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Identifying and Dealing With Judgemental People

Dotun Roy The world is full of judgemental people and we all must have experienced them one time or the other in our lives. Whether a boss, co-worker, family member, church member, religious people, friend, partner or perhaps, a passing stranger, once they are judgmental, they always have some critical remarks and judgement on everything we do, be it  right ...

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Depression :Unknown Silent Killer

Dotun Roy Over the years, I have come to realise that depression is common to every living soul. Depression often overwhelm us when it appears we are failing in our dreams and set goals in life, when everything seems to be falling apart and there is no remedy in sight to put them back together. At this period, every thought ...

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Ebola Hype

Dotun Roy All I can say for now is to thank the Liberian Man, Mr Sawyer who have succeeded in bringing the most dreadful disease into our beloved country before he gave up the ghost. Just couple of days after his demise, the whole Nigerians became alerted of the woe that had befallen them and ever since all manner of ...

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Cohabitation or friend with benefits?

Dotun Roy In modern society today, it is known fact that old moral values are being discarded and new ones are being invented on daily basis. Just like the saying when new bucket is purchased old one is dumped in the waste bin. As old as these values are, they are fundamentals of wholesome and positive living. In the last ...

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Legalisation of 'Pump action'

By Dotun Roy The level of insecurity as a result of sudden invasion of insurgency in the country and across west Africa coast does not only call for swift and radical steps but personal and self defence. Have you ever wondered why these insurgents attack villages particularly the kind of frequent nocturnal attacks launched at will on locals and with ...

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Plight of 'Married Bachelors'

Men’s marital status comprises being either married or single also called bachelorhood. However, work, education, and illness among others have forced  some married men to  live short or long distances away from their wives.  This makes them to live like bachelors despite being married and they are called “Married Bachelors”. While they have wholeheartedly done so to earn a living ...

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Fatherhood and its Onus

Just like everywhere in the world, Father’s Day is celebrated today. To me, Father’s day should not be like every other day. It should not be about receiving compliments, accolades and gifts from your children or foster kids. it should be a day for all the fathers and “prospective fathers” to ruminate on their roles and onus to their kids; ...

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Deceit in courtship

By Oladotun One of the most worrisome issues amongst the youths in the recent times is failed relationship and courtship. A lot of controversies and debate have been organized via social media, television and even radio programmes on what to do in order to have a healthy relationship with an opposite sex? How can one have a successful relationship that ...

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Ugly Side of Friendship

By Oladotun Olumuyiwa F. In the journey of life, you are bound to come across all manners of people with diverse intentions towards you as a person. Some would like you at first sight by virtue of your looks, some would despise you because they feel you are not up to their class. While some would get close to you ...

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