Oche Peter, stage named Young Oche has dropped yet another fine tune for the fans. The Benue born singer titles this afrobeat tune “DO” produced by LOB and it’s a must listen. Believe me when I tell you that this is a must listen tune. Fire all the way 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 Download DO by Young Oche … Continue reading MUSIC; DO by Young Oche
Truth be told, this is one of the few things that bug me. Almost everyone is tired, depressed and lonely. We mostly see people who wear masks and it's like they are happy all the way, but, within them, they are at a point of no return. But, it's weird. Suicide seems to be the … Continue reading Why is suicide rate rising in Nigeria? (PART 1)
What I'm about to share might seem like old news, but, it's something that has affected me personally and I'd wish that you'd learn from it. We have all heard the debate over the SOCIAL MEDIA (the ills and benefits of it). We have all, at one point or another participated in this debate. But, … Continue reading Depression!!!
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Truly, I know I cannot speak for the girl child and it's basically not in my power to write something about this. But, it's dehumanizing how insecure and insignificant they could feel and how the African society sees them as weak. I would begin by stating that this is my perception and it's not an … Continue reading The African girl child
So, I was asked by one of my readers to justify the relevance of sociology in the 21st century. First of all, I would love to emphasize the meaning and purpose of the discipline. Sociology could be defined, simply as the scientific and systematic study of the society and it's players (human beings). OR It's … Continue reading The relevance of sociology in the 21st century
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