Fashion Responsible for 75% sexual abuse

By Lucien Christiana Fashion is popular trending style in feminine or masculine cloth, footwear, hairstyle, make-up, accessories, lifestyle and body. Fashion is so hard to put into words; it entails so many different aspects of everyday life. The meaning behind fashion is not a simple question to answer, what fashion means to one person is completely different to the next person. But if I have to choose words for fashion they could be imagination, creativity, expression and believe. Fashion to me means challenging myself to try new things with confidence…

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INTROVERT STRUGGLE: How I Got my Confidence

by Ukpe Blessing Growing up as a child, I happened to be an INTROVERT, a very shy person amongst my peers in school, home and even with my siblings. I can remember back then in my primary school days, (primary 5 to be precise) my English teacher, Mrs. Grace Balogun who was like a mother to me discovered my weakness and helped build me up positively. During our price giving day, I was appointed by Mrs. Balogun to read a presentation, knowing fully well that I am an introvert and…

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Strive To Learn: Knowledge is inevitable

Strive To Learn: Knowledge is inevitable Knowledge is inevitable, Try ignorance and know better where you are today may not be relevant tomorrow, Take a step today That you may better your tomorrow,   Knowledge is inevitable Those who have gone some steps ahead have stories to tell How in thick and thin they have sought looks easy to tell, But with difficulty when being sought,   Knowledge is inevitable You only can give what you have, An empty mind now Could be frustrated for nothing sake If left fallow…

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Presbyterian Mission key to Coming of Western Education in the South East Nigeria

Rev. Nsa E. Eyo, the chaplain of the University of Calabar (UNICAL) Presbyterian Chapel of redemption. He was the former Principal of the Hope Waddell Training Institution, also the former secretary of the provisional education authority for about fifteen years. Schooled at the Presbyterian Primary School at Akon, and Bekwor at a time when there were more missionary schools (predominantly the Presbyterian Schools and few Catholic schools) than government schools in Calabar. He is an alumnus of Hope Waddell Training Institution. He holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree from the…

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Understanding Dyslexia

Dyslexia is a neurologically based condition often, unfamiliar disorder which interferes with acquisition and processing of language which varies in degrees of severity. It manifests in difficulty in receptive and expressive language including reading, writing, spelling, handwriting [dysgraphia], comprehension and sometimes attention [ADD and ADHD]. It is not a lack of motivation, inadequate instructional or environmental opportunities or other limiting conditions, as many parents tend to believe, but may occur with these conditions. It is also not Autism, ADHD, ADD but may be a fallout of these conditions. This means…

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THE ESSENTIALS OF GRAMMAR IN PROFESSIONALISM

  By Evans Daniel Oliha Essentials of English language is fundamental to any user of English language and its relevance cannot be over emphasized. The question that may readily come to mind is, ‘what is the purpose of this course to a teacher.’ It is important to note that at any level of language usage, especially in Nigeria, English language serves as a bridge between different ethnic groups and languages. For a teacher and potential future leader, the need to have a good command of English language has become paramount…

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Do the holidays stress you out? READ THIS

 Here is how to maintain brain and mental health during the holidays Do the holidays stress you out? You’re not alone. It’s a hectic time of year for many people, maybe even most people. Nothing about our usual daily life goes away. The holidays add a layer of activities and responsibilities, both real and imagined that take up time, money and emotional energy.                                At the Brain Training and Development Centre (BTDC), we believe that you can enjoy many aspects of the holiday season by taking note the stress and…

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Dyslexia Me: Why, why and why?… A story you must not miss

Dyslexia Me by Michael Angley Ogwuche (watch out for his interview… in our print edition)   Dyslexia Me, why can’t I read as fast as others? and even when I manage to read why can’t I comprehend like others? Why does it take me so long? Why can’t I take notes like my peers? Dyslexia Me, for God’s sake I have many practical intelligence and  I am a Preacher, but I am also dyslexic and dyscalculia. Dear God, why didn’t you heal me? God should have healed me, but He…

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*PARENTING: TEACHING KIDS ABOUT SAFETY IN CASE OF EMERGENCY:*

Have you prepared your child on what to do if there is an emergency? There are many things that happen that we have not planned for. Things like floods, terrorism attacks or fires are unusual and something we usually think is unlikely to happen. But what if your child is caught up in such a situation? There are things that we can do to try and minimize the adverse effects of the accident. Most schools have fire extinguishers in the hallways but have you ever stopped to ask yourself just…

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Building Teachers Competence: GNTL hold free training for teachers tomorrow

Building Teachers Competence: GNTL hold free training for teachers tomorrow Global Network of Trained Teachers (G. N. T. L) aka ‘impact makers’ is set to hold a training seminar tomorrow Saturday 19th May 2018, at the Visionary Golden Academy, Dutse Bupkuma, FCT Abuja. The seminar themed “Recipes for true leadership” is to enhance teachers ability to dissolve the problems of ineffective education and enhance competence. According to the letter to school owners by coordinator and president of the GNTL, Mr. Oliha Daniel the federal government has mandated that trainings and…

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