Now, this gist is to let y'all brothers know that it's okay to be whom you are and stop the over hyping also known as lying.

I'm not someone that you can lie to or someone that feeds on fantasies.

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I once asked a lady who came to me for counseling what she wanted in a man and she said;

"I want a God fearing guy, church boy", I want a tall dark guy with chiselled chest, six packs he must not have six packs but, I don't want somebody with big tommy.

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I remember going to the mall not too long ago to shop and then I decided to check in one of the shops that sold only glasses. You all know I am a glasses person?

For this reason, I brought some samples.

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As I watched PDP convention earlier, one thing came to my mind. Can the ruling APC under any condition hand over to PDP if for any reason they win general elections come 2023? I think the answer is No.

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It may be a very difficult opinion to sell, but from the time we abandon zoning in politics and federal character in allocation of resources and appointments, and accept ourselves first as Nigerians, from then on, true development and national healing will begin.

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We chase modernity as development while the world admires our lifestyle, what we work so hard to change.
A few months ago I had travelled with some Americans to Nigeria.
It was their first trip to Africa.
What baffled me was the type of adventures that captured their fancy.
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Maina to serve 8 years in jail for over Two Billion Naira pension fraud.

Our system works sometimes and abused other times.

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I think the governments actions through her task force to regulate street hawking as presently executed is unreasonable in some states.

You set up task force to chase street hawkers, some of these hawkers have no other source of income.

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The failure of our University system is not just a failure of students willing to sort for grades and lecturers in some cases actually forcefully requesting unapproved payments from students, the failure is bigger than that.

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Aba town, a commercial city in Abia State is one of Nigeria’s most industrious town yet most abandoned in terms of infrastructure development.

Some call ABA, Nigeria’s Japan.

These guys can fabricate anything to near original.

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