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Bag snatcher courses commotion at Wuse market bridge in Abuja.


A petty thief have this morning caused a heavy traffic at the wide market bridge leading to sheraton hotel.

The thief who was said to have snatched a handbag belonging to a lady ran under the bride for cover after being chased by some two mobile police officers.

Un-lookers who also joined in the chase could not apprehend him because he was said to be carrying a very big and long knife. Eye witnesses who identified him called on the police who where on the bridge to come and shot him on the leg so that he won’t be able to getaway.

It was such a dramatic scenery as vehicles parked at the roadside to catch a glimpse of what was happening when the thief was threatening to take a dive in the flowing river under the bridge.

Yours sincerely left before he could finally be caught, see photos from the scene.

Check out this throw back photo of Tinubu, Osinbanjo and others.

This is a throwback picture of former governor of Lagos State Sir Bola Ahmed Tinubu alongside Vice President Yemi Osinbanjo and three others

Being a Mum doesnt stop you from doing certain things. Check out how? .

Have you ever felt there are things you cannot do immediately after becoming a Mum and you started growing children?

Must times women became so reluctant simply because they have given birth to some few numbers of children and they began to look like some of our great grandmothers.

Well, my sister, I am here to tell you that it doesn’t matter if you’ve given birth to the world sometimes the things are much available than you could ever imagine.

First of all your looks are something you should not joke with, because impression or assessment of your personality usually starts by your looks, a lot of people tend to form an opinion about you through your looks so don’t use children as an excuse not to look good or smart for whatever reason.

Note, that looking good should not be mistaken with indecency, they are two different things altogether. While one helps you look presentable, one makes you look wayward and irresponsible.

That is why you should not be afraid to try new things, e.g new hairstyles, new makeup,

What being a child was,is and should be.


Have you ever wondered what life will be like if you are to go back to being a child again?

Being a child has, is and will always remain the best freedom anyone can ever have, such innocence, the care free attitude, the fun and more.

As a child growing up, I never had it all, bit at the same time me and my siblings were very happy and contented with the little our parents can afford.

I won’t said childhood during my era was the best, but one thing was for sure, we had maximum security without the presence of any security man around.

We use to play in the fields under the beaming light of the moon, children will gather from different kilometres just so we could unite and play, hearts were so clear and pure, no mischief, no rape and all the disgusting things we’ve come to experience now’ in shot it was another heaven especially in the villages, not to mention celebrations then and how it was being marked.

As a child I trek distance to get to my place of learning, primary schools were only located in a particular locality where most of us have to access it with so much difficulty but yet determined.

However, we survived, we excellent and we learnt even under such derogatory atmospheres.

Today the story is so different, the children have become victims of so many circumstances, kidnapping, brutal attacks and death for money ritual, child abuse, neglect, and total abandoning by the supposed people who are originally meant to protect such kids.

Today, you have to be the child of someone to have access to have security, good livelihood, most children today, are just brought into the world without being chartered for by those who are bestowed with the sole responsibility of doing so.

These obstacles faced by today’s child has so much impact and has helped in polluting the society, this is by producing lits of criminals, the same situation has also helped in moulding lazy kids who are after making money quick by hook or crook.

Society really need to sit up to correct some of this menace. Thank God that the child right act is being implemented and hope a lot of things will be put in place to correct the rot which the Nigerian and African child has been inflicted with. Happy children day.

Increase in suicide, parents need to intensify communication with their children.


The spade at which suicide has become a norm today in Nigeria has really shored that there’s some sort of communication gap between parents especially the mothers and their children.

      MY TAKE

Communication is a very vital component which helps in cementing any kind of relationship, be it marital, parental, friendship and or even amongst siblings.

However, the I don’t care attitude, or the I don’t want to poke nose sindrume has helped in promoting so many lack of communication therefore leading to many depression amongst children, spouse and so on.
 I curiously followed the story of Zainab, a 3 300 level ABU Zaria student who committed suicide, first of all I noticed in her story there was total disconnection between her and her mother communication wise.

And so looking at so many other cases of suicide also have the same trend as the others since most of them happens in total isolation and in most cases, family members often attest that no clue of depression was sighted.

In my own personal opinion, relationships should start paying more attention on there level and Patten of communication. And when communicating, people should also mind their choice of words because something’s when said, cannot be taken back.

Must of the challenge I’ll be throwing now is to the mums out there to really wake up to:

1) Ensure you know a thing or two about what your child/ children are going through.

2)Talk to your kids freely and let them know that they can trust you with anything including their love life.

3) Share some personal childhood/bitter experience with them and how you were able to handle them then.

4) Always make them understand that there’s no problem that is beyond solution.

5) Don’t forget to always tell them how proud of the you are because that is a great motivation.

New born baby found in a toilet in Bauchi state.

Photos of a new born baby was reportedly found in a pit toilet in Bauchi state.  However,  there’s no details as whether the baby is alive or dead,  but from the pictures it looks like the body of the innocent infant I lifeless.

While others are busy praying for the fruity of the womb,  some ladies are busing killing their own bundle’s of joy.

Gender discrimination? Women are women’s own enemies.


The world is constantly trying to change the narrative of women when it comes to equal rights in society, given a fair share of hold holding political offices and the rest.
It is often said that you must respect and value yourself before others can do the same to you.

In today’s Nigeria, most times women are the problems of their fellow women irrespective of their background. When a woman is the head of an organization, she will make sure she frustrates her fellow women.

Women are always clamoring for positions, but give a woman a very little opportunity, she’ll make sure she frustrates the life out of her fellow women.

You may wonder what actually brought about the rant at this time of the day? Ok, I’ll surely tell you.

In the just postponed Saturday 16th election, corp members who applied to work as ad-hoc staff for the elections and actually got it. Some got the role of Presiding Officers POs, which is so far the highest rank, some assistant POs 1, 2 &3respectively. The disturbing aspect of the whole incidence was that the female officials were reportedly calling on the female corp members discouraging them from their roles as Presiding officers. They are not going for war for goodness sake, and it is not everyman wearing trousers that is a man, some women are far stronger at hearts than some men.

Over the years’ we have witnessed a lot of women who held some difficult positions which were supposedly meant for only men and they did such a wonderful job with it. Around the world, the likes of Dora Akunyili of blessed memories, Mrs. Ngozi okojo-Iweala Among others.

Also, there are so many women today who are making waves in their chosen fields. The Mo Abudu’s, the Linda Ikeji, the Genevieve Nnaji metal, in Nigeria where women are doing incredibly well and changing the narratives in every discipline so what are you worried about?

When it comes to politics, each time a woman is vying for any political office, ‘ it is the same women that will give her a bad name, you’ll hear things like “if not a prostitute how can a respectful woman be rubbing shoulders with men late at night? “. Or if it is a promotion at work, appointment or any other life-changing progress you’ll hear ” she must have slept her way to the top to get that” some will even add that “I feel sorry for her husband and children”.

My biggest question here is that, can’t women archive anything using her brains? Or most every woman lies on her back or use the Y letter in between her legs to get her fulfillment in life?

However, every woman should learn to be a pillar of support to her fellow woman rather than constantly trying to bring her down. From your own little capacity, give women the liberty to perform, and stop shouting for gender discrimination if you yourself are discriminating against yourselves.

I hope I did not come out too harsh? Drop your comment at the comment section so I can know your view

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