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Author: Nimi Princewill

People Only Die From What's Meant To Kill Them

Thursday, August 3, 2017
Something must kill a man 39; As heartwarming and pleasant as that phrase sounds, it 39;s a nagging reminder that neither of us will be lucky to get out of Earth alive Well, of course, except the Astronauts. Nevertheless, you get to live for as long as your cause of death is yet to catch up with ...

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE/ABUSE: Shouldn't women share a mini-portion of the blame?

Wednesday, March 29, 2017
It 39;s both our prayers, that men who are domestic abusers, quot;burn in hell and rot away in agony quot; Oh yeah, I totally do agree with the vengeful prayer request, but hit the brakes for a moment... I think there 39;s probably another way to look at it. With the flourishing rate of do ...

Gospel Preachers And Their 'God-given' Prophecies of Doom!

Monday, March 13, 2017
With the torrid economic hardship witnessed across Africa, the resilient people device alternative means of keeping themselves happy and earning a living (however decent and otherwise). The decent means, often include: Seeking respite in religion, with hopes of a sudden miraculous turnaround in both ...

What Have We Benefited From Being 'Politically Correct?'

Saturday, February 25, 2017
Political correctness has evolved quite interestingly, into a common media practice and a cardinal feature of journalistic writing/urban verbal expression. In recent times, you call into a radio or TV program to air your view on certain issues of interest, and you 39;re confined to a restricted fre ...

The Narrow Route To Common Sense!

Saturday, February 4, 2017
A typical African, gets really defensive and quickly irritated when the vast areas of his or her intellectual shortcomings are highlighted and compared to people of other races, who by the way, have proven to make better decisions at numerous spheres of national life. We 39;re quick to condemn c ...

Do As Much As You Can, For As Many As You Can!

Wednesday, January 18, 2017
Changing the world has become an overly dramatised clich eacute; that has been gradually devalued from frequent adulteration, as we continuously follow the same pattern in the rug, hoping to invent new theories and lsquo;kick-ass techs rsquo; which leave the world very rich in infrastructure, but b ...