Dawn to Dusk: 24 hours on crossroads – Episode 1

Dawn to Dusk, James' 24 hours on crossroads
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This entry is part 2 of 24 in the series Dawn to Dusk

Share now       When his arranged marriage went haywire, James has to juggle from being a father to his eleven months old son, keeping his job, finding love in the strangest place, maintaining a balance and peace between his family and that of his in-laws, who are lost in the battle of power and authority. Share now              


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Travelogue: A trip in a Lagos bus

A trip in a Lagos bus
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Share now       Joseph Onuchukwu describes what you feel when you ride a bus in Nigeria’s boisterous city, Lagos, in this rib-cracking and jaw dropping piece. Read on. Share now              


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My Kitchen: Drinks 101 – By Maryam Abdulkarim

Banana drinnk
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Share now       Hello readers! You are welcome to another exciting and insightful culinary experience with Memorila.com. This is My Kitchen and I am Maryam Abdulkarim at your services! In this edition, I will be showing you so many amazing drinks. Stay tuned, learn, prepare and enjoy. Share now              


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Cattle Rustling: The Making of New ‘Boko Haram’

The making of new 'Boko Haram'
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Share now       Cattle rustling has spread across many northern states of Nigeria, leaving in its wakes, marks that portend that a new ‘Boko Haram’ is in the making. Share now              


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Niger State: Where There are No Women

Travelogue - Niger state: Where there are no women
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Share now       On my first travelogue to Niger state where business, learning, politicking and love are the order of the day, one particular thing pricked my interest: there are no women in the state. And I dug deep to find out why. And the result was mind-boggling and soul-touching. The beginning Tafiya Mabudin Ilmi meaning “Travelling… Continue reading Niger State: Where There are No Women


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Messy People are actually Productive Geniuses

A messy office
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Share now       This write-up by HuffingtonPost reveals that messy people aren’t actually just lazy. But that there is inspiration and productivity in getting messy! Share now              


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Health Tips: 14 Ways to keep Your Vagina Young & Healthy

Keeping vagina young and healthy | Source: Lifestrong.com
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Share now       As a lady ages, her lady area, the vagina, ages too! Here are 14 ways to keep the vagina young and healthy while time ticks on gracefully. Share now              


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