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The man who migrated twice

Now he waits for the British asylum process to decide whether he can stay. Yes, again, for a second time. It is a story of the determination to make it to safety – wherever that is perceived to exist – ...

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Three female writers for Ebedi Residency

Th ree female writers, two from Ghana and one from Nigeria have arrived Iseyin, Oyo State, Nigeria for the July-August 2017 session of the Ebedi International Writers Residency. Th ey are;Vanessa Shika Nanevie (Ghana) MojalaoluwaJejelolaOlaifa (Nigeria) and Gertrude SerwaaBoadu (Ghana) ...

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Kabafest: Stories behind the Veil

By Abubakar Sulaiman Muhd Kaduna Book and Arts Festivals (kabafest) is a wonderful retreat that gathered writers from within and without Nigeria to discuss issues from the perspective of literature and the role this can play in human society. Set ...

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Popular social media influencer makes YALI list

By Ibrahim Ramalan Abuja A popular social media influencer, Abdullahi Haruna who is popularly known as Haruspice is among the hundreds of Africans that made this year’s Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) Mandela Washington Fellowship. Speaking to Blueprint, Haruspice who ...

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‘Unstable’ goes to theatre

By Ibrahim Ramalan Live theatre lovers would, on Saturday, June 24, be treated to the performance of a play, Unstable at MUSON Centre. It is written by Dickson Ekhaguere, the 2015 Association of Nigerian Authors (ANA) award winner. Set on ...

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Don reveals cause of early deaths

Stories by Ene Osang Abuja Professor of Pharmacology and Toxicology at the University of Abuja Professor Olatunde Peter Ajagbonna, has revealed that synthetic drugs is the major cause of early deaths in the country today. Prof. Ajagbonna disclosed this while ...

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Why women fall in and out of love

Women fall out of love every day. However, the loss of these loving feelings doesn’t happen suddenly. Usually one or both partners get too comfortable and stop paying as much attention to each other as they used to. As the ...

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When Daily Times honoured Nigerian heroes

By Bonaventure Melah The world, practically, collapsed into one large hall, the International Conference Centre (ICC), Abuja, on Tuesday, May 16, 2017, as thousands of Nigerians and foreigners gathered to endorse the management of Daily Times of Nigeria and Chairman ...

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