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DEVIL’S DICTONARY REMIX… WHY EVILS?

Boko haram: group of confused people who blow up whatever doesn't catch their fancy, they are also GEJ's greatest Nightmare Police station: one of Nigeria's biggest establishments where business is always on the boom, and the Nigerian masses are clients, they also have branch offices on the highways (I.e checkpoints) Policeman: A frustrated Nigerian criminal with a government paycheck. Cassava: newly discovered Natural resource, discovered to worth more than diamonds when refined. This cassava is also known as the 8th wonder of the world by GEJ and his Federal executive council. (This resource was...
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MY CHURCH MIND: FORGET #OCCUPYNIGERIA!!!

At least you bothered to read the story behind the blasphemy. While your curiosity got you as far as to read this, some other being who though not a lesser being than you has gone to town with the news that Omojuwa has been bought. They won’t even bother to read to see if they will find out the amount I sold my soul for they could benefit from it – me giving them their own share. Forget #OccupyNigeria for a minute. Let us not get too emotional about our national challenges. Emotion and sentiments have failed us over and again as a people and are still failing us. What I see on Facebook and on twitter...
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Aal Izz Well written by Pearl Ijeoma Ezeokeke

Last night I watched an Indian movie titled 3 Idiots and I gotta say thank God for Indian films. My friendz Doyin Akinwunmiju & Kingsley Iweka convinced me to go watch it & I finally did so thank you guyz, thank you so much. On occasion when I read a very good book or watch a very interesting movie or hear a very lovely song, I'm moved to tears. 3 Idiots was a very interesting movie & the title of this note waz a recurring theme in the movie propagated by the main character. He taught his friendz to say *insert Indian accent* Aal Izz Well whenever their hearts were troubled. As you can see, it is also...
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IJEUWA written by Kenneth Ibegwam

Editor: Kenneth Ibegwam is a new contributor to Omojuwa and he wrote this in honour of his dad who passed away July 2009. Omojuwa is about people and if you have such stories about heroic people, please don't hesitate to share. Let's celebrate the good in our friendships, families and society. Enjoy the piece. Moves are traumatic; I realized that about 5 minutes ago as I dug through a garbage bin to find something I had lost. It was a hand made Christmas card that had funny drawings of our little family in it (without our dad) glued to a Danish cookies container...
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THE MAIL I NEVER SENT: BLOOD ON MY PEN

You lied about attending a higher institution which you never did. You left your last company in a cloud of lies and questions. You lied to me about getting chased by a landlady that never existed. Whenever you look into the mirror you probably stole from someone, what you see is the FACE OF A LIAR. Being a liar is not your worst state, that is only the foundation. You are a rogue, a thief and a monster. You are the worst form of human expression. Whenever you find a church or man pray against or curse the devil, take cover, duck because you are the Devil in its full essence. You came to me and gave me a...
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LESSONS FROM MY WISE OLD MAN (2) by Dr. Seyi Olufemi

LESSON V Responsibility makes a man. By man, I hope you understand that I mean maturity as opposed to immaturity irrespective of gender. Responsibility is saying, ‘if it has to be, then it has to be by me…’ that your employer is not sending you for training? It is not an excuse for not growing in knowledge. That your husband is terrible? It is not an excuse for being a poor wife or engaging in extra marital affairs. That your boss is terrible? That is not an excuse for your poor performance, sadness at work et.c. If you are misunderstood, it is your fault and you must seek to be clear. You must...
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Why Must It Be A Man’s World? – Part 1 (Virginity) by Omolola Paul-Olaleye

I am beginning to feel like people will think I am anti-men but oh well! That's life! So, the man wants a virgin wife, but he is not a virgin and then he finds out the girl isn't virgin and he tells her to leave (a day after the wedding!). Now please, please, please, my Dad once told me that 'virginity is like a bottle of coke, someone opened it, does not mean you won't drink it! Yesss! he is sooo right!! What's the biggie. Why should a man be fucking around from age 15 and still want a virgin wife?!! In his bloody dreams! Even the girls in primary 5 have been disvirgined! Hiss. I love my parents,...
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NIGERIAN RESIDENTS OR THE DIASPORA – A TALE OF PATRIOTISM written by Koleosho Mayowa

We are all Nigerians, yet why is it whenever we get down to the nitty-gritty of things and we actually start talking about matters pertaining to the country, there seems to be a disconnect. By 'we' I mean citizens of the country, both home and abroad. Take for instance, the country's 50th anniversary on October 1st. Listen to the discourse amongst Nigerians and you will realize we are a very diverse group. Most acknowledge there's a lot to build on from the last 50 years, but the problem lies in how feasible some think this is. On one hand you have the super negative people that believe we aren't making...
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She Loves my surname…

Today has not been too eventful like that but I had a bit to share with one of Nigeria’s Transformation gurus Olakunle Soriyan. I was appreciative …

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