Category Archives: Culture

BRIEF HISTORY OF AMALA.

How Àmàlà got its name can’t be ascertained but it was believed to be the way some royal cheffs in Aafin Oyo used ìgbáko to mold it and cut it half before spreading ewedu and stew on it that the name got stucked to the food. A-mó-a-la i.e, we mold and cut. However, findings made…

Ordinary Does Not Mean Invaluable

ORDINARY!    Holandia Yogurt is expensive, but it does not quench thirst like “ordinary water.”    O’level(WASC/SSCE) is just an ordinary Certificate but without it you can’t obtain a Degree, Masters and PhD.    That thing called ‘ordinary’ does not mean it is not valuable.    Water might be ‘Ordinary’, but without it, there is…

Wives of Today and Those of Yesterday

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*Comparative Analysis Between Wives of Today and Those of Yesterday:* By Pof. Yusuf Dankofa FACULTY OF LAW A.B.U ZARIA 1). *Yesterday’s Wives* : Welcome my husband, hope the office was not stressful., your favorite food is ready, let me lead you to the bathroom first, then you take your dinner, you look so tired, am…

THE UTMOST STUPIDITY NORMALIZED BY AFRICANS:

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THE UTMOST STUPIDITY NORMALIZED BY AFRICANS: When a French national cannot speak English, Africans respect him When a Spanish can’t speak English, Africans respect him. When a Chinese can’t speak English, Africans respect him When a Russian can’t speak English, Africans respect him. When a Portuguese can’t speak English Africans respect him. But when an…

ARE YOU A PILLAR OR CATERPILLAR

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LIFE SELF EVALUATION DIGEST: WHO ARE YOU? ARE YOU A PILLAR OR CATERPILLAR  ARE YOU A PILLAR OR A CATERPILLAR: Permit me to ask these two questions? What are you in your institution, company, church, family? Are you a pillar or a caterpillar? Search your silent soul, and answer those two questions. A pillar means…