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Esie figurines: Works of God or man?

ESIE is an ancient Igbomina town in Irepodun Local Government Area of Kwara State, and it is situated some kilometres away from Ilorin, the state capital. Esie is generally known as the home of 800 […]
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Retracing history of Iwude festival in Ijesaland

The origin of Ilesa, the traditional headquarters of Ijesaland can be traced to two interrelated historical sources. Ijesa-Ekiti Parapo was named by the British colonial administration on 21st of June, 1800 comprising of the present […]
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Telco announces judges for 2018 photography competition

Telecommunication company, 9mobile, has announced the judging panel for its 2018 Photography competition with the theme ‘9ja: My Grind, My Hustle.’ The three-member judging panel comprises creative photographer, Kola Oshalusi; documentary photographer, Bernard Kalu; and […]
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Emergence of Literature and Medicine in Nigeria – Professor Emmanuel Babatunde Omobowale

Experts warn: Beware of killer meat from animals, fowls bred with excess antibiotics

In every sane and forward looking society, the progenitors and harbingers of different traditions and social innovations are celebrated. Such honour is meant to motivate more productive thoughts, which are capable of stimulating inventive ideas […]
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A poet’s celebration of mother’s love

A review of Olumide Sowunmi’s collection of poem, Songs for Amori.  A mother’s love is indescribable, and this is what probably prompted Olumide Sowunmi to pen a collection of poems, Songs for Amori for his […]
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