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  • From A G Perspective

    Dare Ojuoye
    2 months ago
    Excuse me, sir, Or maybe ma Spare me your time For this history ain't mine Cos where you saw crime He saw a dime But you don't even mind The gold has got you blind Compassionate lust, you en ...
  • Handshake Of Relief :Non-Governmental Organisation Delve Deeper To Uplift Lives.

    Kareem Itunu Azeez
    2 months ago
    Handshake of relief : As non-governmental organisation delve deeper to uplift lives. By-Line:- Kareem Itunu Azeez “ I don't want to live in the kind of world where we don't look out for each ...
  • Childhood Memories

    Ene Ogaba
    9 months ago
    Empty plates at the dinner table, mama's constant yelling at Papa, little Tomi crying ceaselessly, these were the scenes that played everyday for the 15years I remember of growing up. Sometimes when p ...
  • How Tolerance Died

    Edoziem Miracle
    8 months ago
    It would take me less time than it took to spell ‘tolerance’ to spit out my scorn for that word. Tolerance is defined as my mother getting up at five, every morning, sauntering off to go w ...
  • It Is A Crime To Be Poor Here

    John Chizoba Vincent
    5 months ago
    IT IS A CRIME TO BE POOR HERE The other day I was listening to Olamide’s song “Poverty Die”. The chorus got me, it went into my veins, to my bone marrows; and I remembered how bei ...
  • TELL IT TO THE WORLD

    Emmiasky Ojex
    7 months ago
    Tell it to the mountainstell it out loud that the world might hearWax up the steep and rugged hills, journey the valleys and fountainstell them! oh tell them now that they are near‘that there li ...
  • POVERTY DIE DIE AND THE ENVY OF RICH FOLKS

    Adetayo Omotoyosi Adeolu
    4 months ago
    For days now, I have been thinking hard on how the poor people pray daily to escape poverty, spending days, night in the religious center instead of working hard to escape poverty. Their religious lea ...
  • A Pauper At 58

    Joshua Avoaja
    8 months ago
    A Pauper At 58 Down the street, in abject poverty, lives a man, frail, too weak for his years and wretched. History tells us tales of princes becoming beggars, the wealthy becoming wretched, owing t ...
  • IS EDUCATION THE CURE TO POVERTY?

    Basit AJIBADE
    9 months ago
    IS EDUCATION THE CURE TO POVERTY? This simple but critical question can only be answered when we know the meaning of education and poverty, for the sake of this article I will stick to the basic dict ...
  • Al Majiri (beggars)

    Rahma O. Jimoh
    9 months ago
    A poem AL MAJIRI We are humans too With spirits and souls Like yours, ever yearning For comfort and solace We are humans too Even if humanity hauled us Into depending on others and Our em ...

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