These 4 Photos Shows African Hair is The Best

The love for natural hair is trending now when it comes to hairstyles. Many African women are now embracing the beauty and glory of their naturally kinky hair. People believe that you have to spend money on expensive wings and artificial hair before you can be noticed for your hairstyle. That …

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10 Simple Health Tips For Better Health and Wellbeing

Living a healthy lifestyle goes a long way to determine how free you will be from common illness and diseases. A lot of people find themselves on the hospital bed because they ignore simple health tips which could prevent them from spending money on hospital bills. It doesn’t cost anything to …

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Warning! 7 Things You Should Never Do In Lagos

Lagos state in Nigeria is one of the most populous cities in the world and the most populous African country with over 21million people. Apart from its population, Lagos state has beautiful and inviting cafes and lounges, lustrous boutiques, top notch museums, and an impressive restaurant scenes. Lagos state in …

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Forget Dangote, See 10 Nigerian Multi Billionaires You Never Knew

When it comes to list of richest people and billionaires in Nigeria, the likes of  Aliko Dangote, Mike Adenuga and Mrs. Folorunsho Alakija easily comes to mind. However, the list of Nigerian billionaires doesn’t end there. Unknown to many, there other multi billionaires in Nigeria who are just shy of the limelight. We have highlighted 10  other billionaires …

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[Kids Poems] Yellow Rain

First, the stingin your nose.Then in your eyes,a furnace flaredTo hollowyour face.Flies aboveyour empty sockets.Maggots madeyour split skin.Another cow diesfrom breathingas you swallowedfrom the same air.How many days beforeit wintered you grayin this wilderness turnedmakeshift-graveyard.How many hoursbefore the lesions,before your vomithardens the earthenfloor. Somewherea house ages cold,no longer warmedby the …

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[Kids Poems] The Birthnight

Dearest, it was a nightThat in its darkness rocked Orion’s stars;A sighing wind ran faintly whiteAlong the willows, and the cedar boughsLaid their wide hands in stealthy peace acrossThe starry silence of their antique moss:No sound save rushing airCold, yet all sweet with Spring,And in thy mother’s arms, couched weeping …

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