Or if this is not the case, what excuse would the council and town planing authorities of lagos state adduce to explain the frequent collapses of storey buidings in their neigbourhood. Lagos is not the only city experiencing this menace, portharcourt (the oil rich city) has had its own fair share...
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At about the age of thirty or thereabout, one is expected to have settled down, having completed ones educational pursuit, find a job get paid, become independent and start up a family.
But the reverse is the case in most of our african context. Education is expensive, as a result one would need...
About 70% of the roads in Nigeria are all in bad shape.
Clean drinking water is a problem in the cities and
In the villages they make do with the dirty rivers and streams, in this modern day and age!
Electricity supply is epileptic. We barely have light for less than 4 hours daily.
That is, in...
We all claim to seek a better world for humanity, yet some are having dangerous ambition against humanity.
Who is breaking the rules here? You cry foul and raise alarm when some countries are breaking the rules of nuclear treaty. But you are indirectly committing the same foul yourselves. Who i...
My most recent missive to the FOX Newschannel in exposing the duplicity of celebrity politicians and TV news people and the ways in which they manage to bilk a public which, for unknown reasons, continues to misplace it's trust in them.
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From: EDWARD BRADLEY