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Abisola Sofolahan: When African Time Goes Too Far

Abisola Sofolahan: When African Time Goes Too Far

“Hi Siri, I have a Naija party starting at 4pm, what time should I leave home?” Siri responds. “You. should. leave. at. 6pm. if. you. want. to. help. with. set. up. Expect. the. party. to.…

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Mobolaji Aborisade: How to Console Someone Who Has Lost a Loved One

Mobolaji Aborisade: How to Console Someone Who Has Lost a Loved One

When a friend/family loses a loved one, a lot of people never know what to do. When a friend/family loses a loved one, a lot of people never know what to do.During the holidays, I…

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Adanna Elechi: Don’t Believe What People Say About Aba

Adanna Elechi: Don’t Believe What People Say About Aba

On a beautiful Saturday night the good Lord made, I was lounging on my bed making MTN very happy with all the Instagram videos I was watching when my phone beeped, “Adanna we are going…

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My brother-in-law sexually assaulted me but my family don’t care

My brother-in-law sexually assaulted me but my family don’t care

In a family where everyone is normalising what happened, it’s hard to chuck a grenade at it, says Annalisa Barbieri I’m 22 and was sexually assaulted three years ago by my sister’s husband. My immediate…

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My husband said he is sexually attracted to my daughter

My husband said he is sexually attracted to my daughter

Here is a message we received in our linkedin inbox. We will appreciate your contributions on this issue. Remember that, a problem shared is a problem half solved. If you have an issue bothering you,…

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Do You Think Celebrities Should Have a Place in Government & Politics?

Do You Think Celebrities Should Have a Place in Government & Politics?

“Politics” is a strong word. Most people tend to avoid the topic, and those who venture to discuss it, usually do so with a certain level of discretion. The truth, however, is that politics is…

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I was homeless with a one-year-old: My Wigan Pier Story

I was homeless with a one-year-old: My Wigan Pier Story

As part of our Wigan Pier 80 project, eight decades after the publication of George Orwell’s essay, mum Helen Anderson explains her housing nightmare Helen Anderson and her four children – including a one-year-old –…

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I enjoy my father in-law in bed than my husband

I enjoy my father in-law in bed than my husband

Here is a message we received in our inbox. We will appreciate your contributions on this issue. Remember that a problem shared is a problem half solved. If you have an issue bothering you, feel…

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Yewande Jinadu: Tips for Young Graduates on Navigating the First Hurdle Question During Interviews

Yewande Jinadu: Tips for Young Graduates on Navigating the First Hurdle Question During Interviews

A lot of young people, at interviews, get confused when they’re faced with the‘Tell me about yourself?’ question. It comes as the first question and will definitely set the tone of how the interview will…

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