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By ZODML
Teaching??? No way! Why have I been posted to a school for God’s sake?  I mean, I should have been posted to a radio or television station where I could be relevant. What will a Mass Communications graduate like me do in a school? These were my thoughts as I collected my NYSC posting letter. Not only was I posted to a school, it was in a rural... Read More
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Every week, ZODML spotlights three great books from our extensive collection to inspire readers to try out books they might not have previously heard of. The selections fall under three major categories – fiction, non-fiction and children and young adult literature – so there’s a book to suit every taste. Also check out our archives and see what... Read More
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LOVE, the Bible says: 'believes all things': this, quite frankly, can be very dangerous: a young bride returned unexpectedly to her honeymoon hotel room to find her husband of a few days in the arms of a strange woman doing all sorts. On seeing his wife, he asked the woman to leave and walked towards his wife with outstretched arms and a smile.... Read More
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When we are young, making career choices has a certain prestige to it. We are convinced that making it in life depends on the type of career you choose. We understand early that your field of knowledge is important to what you become and the type of work you will do. As a result, many of us restrict our course choices to the three major... Read More
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The Internet is a repository of knowledge, wisdom and resources. It has made the world a global village: people are able to make friends, carry out assignments and do business without leaving their homes. Job seekers no longer have to trek from street to street but can instead use the Internet to find and apply for work. Online shopping has... Read More
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No matter where we might lie on the scale of Valentine's Day enthusiasm - whether holding hands and buying roses or dodging Cupid's arrows - it's hard to resist a compelling love story. Poems, plays and novels capture the essence - both joyful and tragic - of this most fundamental of human emotions. From Shakespeare's soulful sonnets and star-... Read More
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The Benue Youth Cultural Carnival - launched in 2009 - is an annual event aimed at showcasing the rich and diverse cultural heritage of Benue's people and at promoting the state as a warm and hospitable tourism destination. The carnival - coordinated by the Office of the Governor through the Special Assistant on Youth and Student Affairs - took... Read More
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Happy New Year! 2012 was a good year for Nigerian literature and we hope to see much more achieved in 2013. This is a look at some of its best books, events and personalities - if we've missed anything, let us know by posting a comment.
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When my brother first mentioned in September that his movie Big Man was going to be the only Nigerian film showing at the Dubai International Film Festival (DIFF), the first thought that came to mind was: "Fantastic, holiday in Dubai!" I booked my flight to Lagos, called my best friend Bibi and said, "How do you feel about a holiday to Dubai?"... Read More

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