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Prostitutes all over the world offer sex services to customers who meet their financial demands. Without doubt, sex is one of the sweetest (if not the sweetest) activity the masculine and feminine genders can do together, though people of same gender now involve in different sexual practices together. However, sex due to its high demand have been commercialized and popularly known as prostitution. Despite almost all religions of the world preaching against premarital sex, prostitution have been a great source of income to professional prostitutes globally. Most people are critical of prostitutes and view them as whores, hoes, or even bitches because of the nature of their trade. The criticism prostitutes face has raised a very big question: who patronizes them? This question stems from the fact that people hardly admit to patronizing prostitutes, people often want to be view…


This write up is dedicated to Ochanya Elizabeth Ogbaje (pictured above), a 13-year-old Nigerian girl that died as a result of sex abuse by her 52-year-old uncle and his son for five years. She was diagnosed of Vesicovaginal fistula (VVF) and other health complications.#JusticeForOchanya#ISupportJusticeForOchanya
‘’O boy you be fuck up, you see opportunity you no use am, you for carry am go house go fuck am, you leave am she waka free, you be mumu, see free fuck wey you miss.’’
The quote above can easily be understood by fellow Nigerians because it is written in Pidgin English popular among Nigerians and some parts of Africa. For my readers around the globe, it can be paraphrased as ‘’Boy, you messed up, you lost an opportunity, you could have taken her home and slept with her, but you let her go free, you are a fool, you just lost an opportunity to free sex.’’
Above were the words of a neighbor during my undergraduate days after narrating a story to him which I will share in this post.…


Education without doubt is essential for the growth and progress of any nation on earth, in fact it is the driving force for global civilization. So much value is attached to education that every parent wants it for their kids, parents go extra mile to ensure their children get educated. However, it is imperative to state that the major aim for education is to gain or acquire knowledge.African parents ensure their children are educated for different purposes and it is a pity to note that most African parents work really hard to ensure their offspring get educated so they can become rich or attain monetary wealth after graduating from tertiary institutions, it is only a few that understand the basis for education and are aware of the fact that education is a solid foundation for a bright future in some cases.

Needless to say, education is a great tool but does not guarantee wealth. To attain wealth, you need to do a job with high pay or invest in lucrative businesses, one cannot gain …


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The term ‘’African Juju” often referred as charms or African magic play a dominant role in the African rel belief system. If you were born and raisedin Africa, you are surely aware of the existence of local charms because in churches you hear pastors raise prayer points like “lets pray against witches and wizards fighting our lives and progress,’’ individuals that administer these charms are commonly refered as Native Doctors. In Igbo language, native doctors are called Dibia, in Yoruba Babalawo, and in Hausa Boka. It is vital to note that the practice of evil charms should not be associated with the practice of African Traditional Religion (ATR), a lot of folks when they hear juju jump into hasty conclusions that ATR is  responsible, that is dumb. There are evil men in the churches, mosques, and every religious gathering, this is largely because human minds differ, and we all have our deeply held beliefs.
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Image “She’s fighting me, and I’m like: I’m telling you the truth, I swear to God, stop it. She hits me a couple more times, and it doesn’t go from translation: sit down, I’m trying to tell you the truth. It goes to: now I’m finna be me, and be evil... She tried to kick me... and I really hit her, with a closed fist, I punched her. When I saw it, I was in shock, I was like, fuck, why did I hit her. She spit blood in my face – and it raised me even more ... She grabbed my nuts, and I bit her arm, I look back at that picture and I’m just like: that’s not me. I hate it to this day – that’s going to haunt me forever’’.- Chris Brown on physically assaulting Rihanna (The Guardian, 2017)

Without doubt, the issue of domestic violence has turned out to be a trending topic globally, it could be physical, emotional, mental or psychological. Most couples fail to maintain the love tempo they had prior marriage, some families from day one of matrimony start having problems that could result to do…


You wanna know what’s worse than a child being told his/her parents irresponsibility and negligence towards them, and then seeing a child growing to understand it by him/herself? Seeing is believing my people. Karma is as real as it gets. Be careful how you lay your bed in this present day, because the seed you sow now, determines if you ever get a bed to lay on in the future. Be wise and YOLO with sense.”- Shola Ogudu, Wizkid's first baby mama (THISDAY, 2018)
Fame and wealth without doubt draw public attention to individuals that worked their way to stardom or are privileged to attain fame. With the celebrity tag, one is tasked to live up to expectations of the public, a celebrity hardly keep secret due to the ever present paparazzi quick to report a celebrity’s life to the public. Male celebrities are confronted with the challenge of having many female fans, its a problem because these fans go as far as sending nude pictures to these celebrities, they flaunt around in club hous…


Nigerians would always remember the story of the four innocent university of Port Harcourt students that were brutally murdered by residents of Aluu community on accusation of theft which turned out to be false. Some Nigerians felt pity for them because they were innocent of the crime they were accused and murdered for, others felt pity for their families, and many talked about the dashed hopes and dreams. I was quite surprised that only few debated on the issue of jungle justice in a country like Nigeria often referred as ‘’Giants of Africa.’’ Each time I heard people discuss the issue, I listened with hope that citizens of Nigeria, a country believed to be en route greatness would think about how to end jungle justice in Nigeria. Owing to the public outcry for justice, I thought to myself ‘’Chinedu this will end the problem of jungle justice in Nigeria or at least lead a revolution to end it.’’ With time, I noticed that most Nigerians were saddened by the fact that the boys were inn…