Quarreling in front of your children

There is no one little children look up to more than their parents. In their young eyes, their parents are the strongest, prettiest and most intelligent. To these young minds; their parents are heroes. This mindset makes it very easy for children to copy their parents’ behavior. A young man was seen beating his wife and when he was confronted by some of his neighbors, he said he did not see anything wrong in beating his wife because he had seen his own mother beaten by his father. His father…

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Okurounmu: Buhari’s two years in office a national disaster

Elder statesman and Afenifere chieftain, Senator Femi Okurounmu served in the Upper Legislature between 1999 and 2003. In 2014, he was the Chairman of the Presidential Advisory Committee on National Conference. In this interview with BIYI ADEGOROYE and ADEWALE AJAYI, he speaks on the recent outburst of the wife of the President, Aisha Buhari and gave an overview of the All Progressives Congress administration in the past two years What is your view to the satire put up by Senator Shehu Sani and the wife of the President, Aisha Buhari…

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Flood: Doom looms nationwide

Biyi Adegoroye, Vanessa Okwara, Tai Anyanwu and Biwom Iklaki   30million people will be displaced High rise buildings in danger, say environmentalists Victoria Island and Lekki-Ajah ‘high risk areas’ Food scarcity imminent- Farmers’ group God is angry with us -clerics In view of the recent 0.5 rise in sea water level which has led to massive flooding nationwide, experts have warned the nation to brace up for varied environmental disasters, building collapses along with food scarcity. According to meteorologists, the flooding which has sacked many towns and villages and destroyed…

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No zoning arrangement in Anambra, says Moghalu

One of the 14 governorship aspirants of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the Anambra State governorship election scheduled for November 18, 2017, Chief George Moghalu, has said there is no zoning arrangement amongst the three senatorial districts for the presentation of governors. Speaking while touring the 21 councils of the state where he met with his party’s state officers, council and ward executives ahead the coming August 5,2017 primaries, he accused those latching on such argument for their aspiration as lacking in life-enhancing programmes to take the state and…

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Adoption of Confab Report will douse tension –Sen. Sabi

Spokesman of the Senate and Chairman, Senate Committee on Media and Public Affairs, Senator Aliyu Sabi, in this interview with DAVID CHUKWU, speaks on the current sectional agitations and how the 2014 Confab report can address the issues The Senate recently passed a resolution, urging President Muhammadu Buhari to forward to it the 2014 National Conference Report for consideration and possible adoption. Will this going to end the increasing bickering, agitations and tension in the country? Well, I want to say that in every human existence, there can never be…

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How Nigerian girls make millions of naira online from cybersex

Access to the Internet is the biggest benefit brought about by mobile Internet service providers. At your convenience, you can go online with digital devices and enjoy various available services. As much as the benefits have been of immense help to all, it has also fuelled a surge in its abuse as a lot of people now use it for unholy activities. VANESSA OKWARA reports As more people gain easy access to the Internet through mobile phones and other devices, there’s also a corresponding increase in online dating sites. Some…

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Good and bad news about being an older father

Children of dads in their 40s can be brainier… but they are more at risk of disease Famous older dads include the likes of George Clooney and Mick Jagger Want to have a brainy child? Then wait until you are over the age of 40 — if you are a man at least. For according to new U.S. research, the offspring of ‘older’ dads — defined as over the age of 40 — are more likely to be not just intelligent, but more focused on what interests them and less…

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I was saved by bottle of beer from my killer husband –Lagos housewife

Dapo Sotuminu I tried to beat promiscuity out of her -Husband A Lagos housewife, Nkoyo Ekanem, revealed to Sunday Telegraph her close shave with death in the hands of her jealous husband, who beat her to stupor and inflicted a deep machete cut on her upper back in the outskirt of Lagos. Nkoyo, who narrated her harrowing experiences to our reporter, disclosed that, the first time her former husband showed traces of a potent wife beater was during their engagement ceremony in her village. She was involved in an argument…

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We make enough to sustain our families -Wheelbarrow pushers

Day-to-day activities of wheelbarrow pushers are full of many ups and downs, yet the amount raked in on daily basis might blow the minds of those who are on government payroll. Sunday Telegraph’s investigations reveal that many wheelbarrow pushers have large families they carter for. CHIJIOKE IREMEKA reports Adamu Musa came to Lagos from Nassarawa State for greener pastures pushing wheelbarrow in the commercial nerve centre of the country as against his earlier acute poverty state. On daily basis, Adamu comb the areas around the market, looking for customers, who…

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Blood covenant killed our sister -Brothers

•She’s not my wife -Husband •He married her twice -Community More facts emerged yesterday about the death of Mrs. Rose Mary Ifeabunaike, who was buried in a controversial circumstance with her co-wife at Umuhu Ukpor in Nnewi South Local Government Area of Anambra State two weeks ago. The younger brothers, Mr. Ekene and Maduabuch Ifeabunike, told Sunday Telegraph that their sister died on the 15thday of June 2015, after a protracted illness. Going down the memory lane, Maduabuchi said her sister got married to Linus Ibe in 1983, but trouble…

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